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5 Must-See Movies Coming to Theaters This November

As the temperatures outside start to drop, we tend to slip into a seasonal hibernation.

Avoiding the cold can also mean you’re stuck inside not having much to do. Although most of us are perfectly fine with cuddling up with blankets and snacks to watch Netflix, another idea could be to go to a movie theater like we used to do back in the day.

Here are a few movies that are set to come out in theaters this month:

A Bad Moms Christmas

Release Date: November 1

Kristen Bell, Mila Kunis and Kathryn Hahn are back to playing their roles of three mothers in this holiday-themed sequel of the 2016 movie Bad Moms. In A Bad Moms Christmas, the moms are overwhelmed when their own mothers drop in during the holiday season. Just in time for Christmas, this movie is sure to be full of impractical motherly antics.


Daddy’s Home 2

Release Date: November 10

In Daddy’s Home 2, Brad and Dusty, played by Will Ferrell and Mark Wahlberg, are back on screen for a Christmastime sequel of their 2015 film Daddy’s Home. Ferrell plays the stepfather of Wahlberg’s character’s biological children, and the two are constantly trying to one-up the other in winning the affection of the children. When both of their own fathers show up this year during the holidays, the competition is bound to get awkward.


Murder On the Orient Express

Release Date: November 10

Based off of the novel written by Agatha Christie, Murder On the Orient Express is a suspenseful film about thirteen strangers who are stranded on a luxurious train together. One of the passengers is on the hunt for a murderer before he finds his next victim.



Release Date: November 17

Wonder is based off of the New York Times best-selling novel. The film, starring Julia Roberts and Owen Wilson, showcases the heartwarming story of a boy named August Pullman, played by Jacob Tremblay, who was born with facial differences and is about to enter fifth grade – his first time in a mainstream school.



Release Date: November 22

Coco is Disney Pixar Animation Studios’ latest release. The story follows a boy named Miguel, who wants to explore his musical talent, despite his family’s generational ban on music. Miguel sets out on an adventure of a lifetime all while uncovering the truth to his family’s history.

There you have it! These are our top five movie picks for November, which one will you be seeing?

Greta Phillips is a Journalism major at Temple University. She is a staff writer for the Temple chapter of Her Campus. Greta is from King of Prussia, PA.
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