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What to watch this November

What are the best new films out this month? Vue insiders Rhianna Dhillon and Stefan Pape tell us what they’re most looking forward to seeing on the big screen.

Meet our presenters

 

Rhianna Dhillon: I’ve been a film critic for over 5 years. I used to work at Radio 1. I now (amongst other things) present podcasts for BAFTA and Radio 4. Some of my favourite films are Shaun of the Dead, The Fifth Element and Billy Elliot, but I love Disney classics because those are the films I grew up with. I know all the lyrics to Aladdin and The Lion King and am not the least bit ashamed of it.

 

Stefan Pape: I'm a film critic, which means I spend my life gloriously immersed in the lives of others. My first ever trip to the pictures was to see DuckTales the Movie: Treasure of the Lost Lamp. I cried so much I had to be escorted out half an hour in. Thankfully, I tend to stay right to the end nowadays. My favourite film of all time is The Apartment, though I can often be found watching Groundhog Day, again, and again (and again).

 

 

Watch the films

 

Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them

Eddie Redmayne unleashes a menagerie of fantastic creatures on New York in the latest addition to the Harry Potter franchise.

 

Out 18 November. Get times and tickets here.


Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them

The Accountant

Ben Affleck keeps a very accurate record of the body count in this genre-bending action thriller.


Out now. Get times and tickets here.

What to watch this November

Nocturnal Animals


Amy Adams stars alongside Jake Gyllenhaal in designer-turned-director Tom Ford’s psychological thriller.

 

Out now. Get times and tickets here.


What to watch this November

Arrival


Adams also stars alongside Jeremy Renner and Forest Whitaker in Denis Villeneuve’s intelligent sci-fi drama this month.

 

Out now. Get times and tickets here.


What to watch this November

A United Kingdom

Rosamund Pike and David Oyelowo’s interracial marriage gets British Empire bigots in a twist in this biographical romantic drama.

Out 25 November. Get times and tickets here.
What to watch this November