Feel-good flicks, random thrillers and Jack Neo’s popular Ah Boys To Men series – here are all the movies coming to theatres near you this November!
Goodbye Christopher Robin
We all know and love the Winnie the Pooh series, but how well do we know the man behind everyone’s favourite fictional teddy bear? After surviving the First World War, renowned children’s author A.A. Milne has been dealing with post-traumatic stress disorder and struggling to live up to the expectations of the books. Seeking refuge in the countryside with his family, he soon finds inspiration for the Winnie the Pooh tales through the eyes of his young son.
The Mountain Between Us
A photojournalist and a surgeon are left stranded on a snowy mountain after a tragic plane crash. With no signs of civilisation and a shortage of supplies, the two strangers have to work together to survive the extreme weather. As they trudge across the miles of icy terrains hand-in-hand, an unexpected romance blooms between them… but will they overcome the mountain together?
My Little Pony Movie
Overworked and under-appreciated, the motley crew of unconventional mums find themselves rebelling against the unrealistic rules and expectations set by society as they face the Superbowl event of every mum’s life: Christmas. Even more challenging? They have to do it all while hosting their own set of equally critical mothers. Yikes!
Ah Boys To Men 4
“Reservist loh!” No longer the ‘chao’ Ah Boys we once knew, Sergeant Ong, Wayang King and gang are all grown up and busy with their own lives – until they get called back for army duties. Our favourite recruits find their military roles hilariously reversed and a new female soldier introduced into their comedic band of brothers. But with an actual threat impending, can their brotherhood stand up to the test?
Amongst the brutal landscape of the United States, a Native American teenage girl is left dead, cold and buried in snow. Suddenly everyone in the sparsely-populated town is a suspect. Spurred by the loss of his own daughter, wildlife officer Cory teams up with FBI agent Natalie in hopes of solving the murder. Will the intense pursuit bring justice to the dead, or will the new partners find themselves becoming part of the mystery?
The Justice League blockbuster every DC Comics fan has been eagerly anticipating will finally be hitting our silver screens, and it’s gearing up to be DC’s biggest production yet. Picking up from the events of Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice, the caped crusader and his newfound ally Diana Prince recruits a group of metahumans – The Flash, Cyborg and Aquaman – to assemble the Justice League. With the catastrophic threat of the villainous Steppenwolf and his army of Parademons “bent on
Hell on Earth”, it’s up to our favourite team of superheroes to save the world from disaster.
Battle of the sexes
Based on a true story, Emma Stone and Steve Carell take centre stage as Billie Jean King and Bobby Riggs in the epic 1973 tennis match between the world’s top tennis player and the gambling addict ex-champ. Battle of the Sexes explores the gender inequality both on and off the tennis courts, and the personal lives and struggles of those swept up in it, as they prepare for a match that would eventually become one of the most-watched televised sports events in history with over 90 million viewers around the world.
The second part to 2014’s Iceman, this action-packed flick sees Ming Dynasty officer, He Ying (Donnie Yen) continue his 400-year-old quest of clearing his name while trying to navigate modern day Hong Kong.
The Evil Within
A lonely, special-needs-boy befriends his reflection in an antique mirror. His new ‘friend’ turns out to be a demonic entity which orders the boy to commit sadistic murders on his loved ones.
Murder on the Orient Express
A film adaptation of Agatha Christie’s iconic 1934 novel of the same name, the movie follows famed detective Hercule Poirot as he boards the legendary Orient Express. What starts out as a mini break becomes a murder-mystery nightmare after a passenger is stabbed to death on the train. The time is ticking as Hercule races to uncover the real killer and their sinister motive before they strike again.
What movies will you be watching this November? Share your must-watch flick in the comment section!
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