News Nov 25th 2016

Best Movies On Netflix This November

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Netflix is a constant source of pleasure for many TV and film lovers across the world, and with new selections coming in to circulation every month, there is never a shortage of new and exciting offerings to add to your ‘to watch' queue. With so many to browse through each month, it can be hard to settle on what to watch on a Friday or Saturday night, so allow us to showcase what we think are the ten best new movies on Netflix this November.

1. Adventureland

A great coming of age type comedy starring Kristen Stewart and Jesse Eisenberg as two young people who take summer jobs at their local, somewhat bleak, theme park. The film displays a wonderful balance of the mundane nature of their lives as they slowly fall for each other.

2. Ferris Bueller's Day Off

An unabashed 80s classic that gives the audience an insight in to what it would be like to have the best day of your life playing hooky from school. Matthew Broderick lives out all our teenage dreams as he spends a crazy day away from school in the big city.

3. Manhattan

One of Woody Allen's best, Manhattan is an amazing love letter to the Big Apple, along with being an exploration of the nature of romantic relationships that are full of neuroses and self-doubt, some of Allen's classic trademarks!

4. Avengers Assemble

If you want to forget real life and lose yourself in a completely different universe, then you can't do much better than enjoying the latest instalment of the Avengers adventure. Enough super powers and high tech gadgets to satisfy anyone!

5. Capote

Starring the late great Phillip Seymour Hoffman in arguably his best role, Capote tells the story of the Breakfast at Tiffany's author as he digs deep in his research to write another famous work, In Cold Blood.

6. Short Term 12

Without a doubt one of the most underrated movies of the last ten years, Short Term 12 stars Brie Larson as a youth worker who dedicates her life to helping troubled teens who have strayed on to the wrong side of the tracks.

7. Cropsey

If you have been swept along in the recent rise in true crime stories, then the curious tale of ‘Cropsey' will definitely hold your interest. A peculiar mixture of local folklore mixed with a gruesome real-life event that creates an almost mythical character!

8. Zoolander

Fifteen years on, Zoolander is still as funny as it was when it was first released back in 2001! Ben Stiller's story about eccentric models who are hired to be government assassins is as dumb as it sounds, but in all of the best kinds of ways! A great popcorn movie to watch with friends.

9. Slow West

One of the better modern Western releases, Slow West is a slow burn that weaves a tale of revenge and showcases just how much of a struggle it was to have been living in that particular place at that particular time. A great choice for anyone with a tendency for all things Wild West.

10. Jackie Brown

Jackie Brown is arguably Quentin Tarantino's most underrated movie, always outshone by the likes of Pulp Fiction and Kill Bill. The crime story involving drug deals and they people that that universe involves comes complete with a killer soundtrack.

It is always worth trawling through the list of movies on Netflix. You never know which little gem you will come across.

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