Popcorn November 2017 – The Movie Guide

Popcorn November – The best movies to watch in November 2017

As the weather gets colder, the cinemas start getting full of good movies – they do try to make up for the bad weather and darkness: most of them are extremely entertaining and visually satisfying. And of course when you go to the cinema, don’t forget the popcorn. 🙂

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2 November – Thor: Ragnarök

In the third instalment of Marvel’s Thor series, comes Ragnarök. We see Thor and Loki return with the help of the Hulk to defeat the worst villain they have ever faced: Hela, played by the magnificent Cate Blanchett. The director of the movie is one of Vibes’ favorite: the superb Taika Waititi from New Zealand. Based on the trailer the movie promises great fun, awesome soundtrack and entertainment by all means. (Official Trailer)

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9 November – Murder on the Orient Express

Yes, I am sure the title looks familiar: this is Agatha Christie’s classic remade anew by the hands of Kenneth Branagh, who also plays the main character. The plot is extremely exciting, 13 strangers (among them a princess, a professor, a missionary and a doctor) are stuck on a train, while someone is murdered and the world’s best detective Hercule Poirot himself tries to solve the case. The cast is magical with such actors as Judi Dench, Michelle Pfeiffer, Johnny Depp and William Dafoe. (Official Trailer)

9 November – The Big Sick

Based on real-life experience comes a very special love story between an American woman and a Pakistan-born man. They fall in love, but struggle when their cultures clash and because of a mysterious illness she ends up in the hospital, he is forced to face her parents and also his feelings. Kumail Nanjiani plays himself in the movie he co-wrote with his wife, Emily V. Gordon: a magical screenplay told in a very funny way – because life does write the best stories. (Official Trailer)

23 November – Seven Sisters

This movie is played in the not so distant future, where because of overpopulation and famine only one child per family is permitted. But the grandfather of septuplets decides to hide the identical girls and name them after each day. They can leave the house only once a week on their name day, but strictly under the same identity. The sisters are all being played by Noomi Rapace and are up against the leader of the Child Allocation Bureau played by Glenn Close, who is terrified that her credibility might be destroyed. (Official trailer)

MOZIAJÁNLÓ NOVEMBER Popcorn The Movie Guide - November 2017 VIBES

MOZIAJÁNLÓ NOVEMBER Popcorn The Movie Guide – November 2017 VIBES



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