The 7 best new movies on Netflix in November 2022
If you are looking for something new to watch netflix, You have come to the right place. November welcomes a number of exciting debuts to the streaming service, including all-new original movies around the world and new releases from earlier this year finally making their streaming debut. Whether it’s an animated animated movie, a buzzy best-selling adaptation, or an oh-so-cheesy Christmas movie, there’s a little something for everyone in this specially curated list. .
So sit back, relax, and browse our list of the best new movies to stream on Netflix in November 2022 below.
If it’s an animated movie you’re looking for, “The villains” is a fun and refreshing cinematic entry into the medium. Released earlier this year, the film is loosely based on the children’s book series of the same name and tells the story of a group of animal criminals who, after being captured, pretend to reform – only for their leader has a real change of heart. The film is inspired works by Steven Soderbergh and Hayao Miyazaki in its stylized animation, and evokes “Ocean’s Eleven” in its slick and sleek heist sequences. The voice cast is led by Sam Rockwell and includes Marc Maron, Awkwafina, Craig Robinson, Zazie Beetz and Lilly Singh.
Enola Holmes 2
Millie Bobby Brown’s Enola Holmes returns in this frenzied sequel, out in November. In Enola Holmes 2 Enola has started her own detective agency but struggles to find clients in the shadow of her big brother Sherlock (played by Henry Cavill). She is enlisted to find a missing woman while Sherlock struggles with his own case involving the blackmailing of government officials. Could their affairs be related? Will they solve them in time? And what about this love affair with Tewkesbury? All is revealed in this delicious follow-up film, which also has a credits scene.
Where the Crawdads sing
Delia Owens’ highly anticipated adaptation is newly streaming on Netflix this month, in case you haven’t had a chase to see. “Where the Crawdads Sing” in theaters on its initial release this summer. The mysterious and deadly thriller stars Daisy Edgar-Jones as Kya, a woman who has risen to adulthood in the swamps of North Carolina. But when a man ends up dead and questions surround Kya’s involvement, she must confront her past in a traumatic way. The film was a box office success, grossing $140 million against a budget of just $24 million, and also stars Taylor John Smith, Harris Dickinson and Garret Dillahunt. Bonus: there’s also an original song by Taylor Swift.
The Mask of Zorro
Before “The Mummy” or “Pirates of the Caribbean”, there was “The Mask of Zorro”. The 1998 film is based on the classic TV series of the same name, but director Martin Campbell injects this 19th century tale with enough intrigue, adventure and swashbuckling to keep a smile on your face from day one. start to finish. Anthony Hopkins stars as the original Zorro, who has been in prison for 20 years. When an unlucky bandit played by Antonio Banderas breaks him out, he sets out to train him in the manner of Zorro to help save his daughter, played by Catherine Zeta-Jones, from the clutches of the man who put him in prison. .
Fall for Christmas
It’s never too early to start celebrating Christmas, and Netflix has a brand new Christmas movie streaming this month to kick off the festivities. “Falling for Christmas” is a cheesy, predictable holiday rom-com that’s exactly what the doctor ordered (if you’re into that sort of thing). Lindsay Lohan returns to the film as a spoiled hotel heiress who suffers a skiing accident at an Aspen resort, only to wake up with no memories. The hunky mountain man who found her (played by “Glee” actor Chord Overstreet) sets her up in his guest room, and you can probably guess where this thing is going. But isn’t that part of the fun?
Brad Pitt gives one of his best performances in the 2011 drama “Moneyball,” and you don’t need to know baseball to appreciate this film. Directed by Bennett Miller and written by Aaron Sorkin and Steven Zaillian, “Moneyball” tracks former MLB flameout Billy Beane (Pitt) who is now the general manager of the Oakland Atheltics and recruits a statistician with no baseball experience (played by Jonah Hill in an Oscar-nominated performance) to help him shake up the team. The film is based on a controversial true story, and while the sports angle is interesting, Pitt’s turn as a man filled with regret and shame hits you right in the gut.
Streaming November 16 is a brand new Florence Pugh film that is not the source of an endless drama. Set in 1862 Ireland, “The Wonder” stars Pugh as an English nurse sent to a rural village where she is tasked with observing a girl who hasn’t eaten in months. Kila Lord Cassidy and Tom Burke co-star, and the film is based on the novel of the same name by Emma Donoghue who also wrote the screenplay.