The November movies you need to watch with the Cineworld Unlimited 100 Movies Challenge

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Cineworld Unlimited members set themselves the challenge to make full use of their Unlimited cards by seeing 100 movies in 2019.

We're approaching the end of our #100FilmsIn2019 challenge, and we're asking: how many will YOU be able to tick off by the time the year is over?

November 2019 movies

  • 90. Sorry We Missed You (released 1st November) – Kes and I, Daniel Blake director Ken Loach returns with another powerful and angry movie championing the rights of the working classes. This time, the socialist helmer tackles the injustices of Britain's gig economy, eliciting typically excellent performances from non-professionals Kris Hitchen and Debbie Honeywood.
  • 91. The Aeronauts (released 4th November) – The Theory of Everything stars Eddie Redmayne and Felicity Jones reuniting for this sweeping balloon adventure. Director Tom Harper mixes fact and fiction, drawing on the real-life exploits of meteorologist James Glaisher as he ventures into the atmosphere with balloonist and pilot Amelia Wren.
  • 92. The Good Liar (released 8th November) – British acting legends Sir Ian McKellen and Dame Helen Mirren team up for this story of a duplicitous con artist and his latest quarry. Ever wanted to see revered thesp McKellen in a less-than-sympathetic role? Well, now's your chance.
  • 93. Last Christmas (released 15th November) – Looking to get in the festive spirit nice and early? Then settle for director Paul Feig's Yuletide fairy tale in which Emilia Clarke's struggling singelton gets a new outlook on life courtesy of the mysterious yet handsome Henry Golding. British institution Emma Thompson co-writes and scene steals as Clarke's overbearing mother.
  • 94. Le Mans '66 (released 15th November) – Put the pedal to the metal in this fact-based account of the clash between two automotive giants. Logan and Walk the Line director James Mangold presents Ford's quest to defeat the iconic Ferrari at the 24 Hour of Le Mans race in 1966, with Matt Damon portraying Ford's Carroll Shelby and Christian Bale as British racer Ken Miles.
  • 95. Frozen 2 (released 22nd November) – Six years on and we still haven't let it go. Disney sequels don't come more anticipated than this, in which we return to Arendelle and then venture beyond its borders to seek out Elsa's mysterious icy powers. Jennifer Lee is back as writer-director, with new songs penned by Robert and Kristen Anderson-Lopez.

  • 96. 21 Bridges (released 22nd November) – It's been a while since Black Panther star Chadwick Boseman last strutted his stuff on the big screen. Now he's back in this gritty New York cop thriller, produced by Avengers: Endgame film-makers Joe and Anthony Russo.

  • 97. Blue Story (released 22nd November) – British grime artist Rapman presents his hard-hitting directorial debut with this story of two London friends torn apart by gang culture. Rapman himself narrates the movie to reinforce the personal nature of the story.
  • 98. Knives Out (released 27th November) – Rian Johnson comes back down to Earth following Star Wars with this devious and wickedly entertaining comedy/whodunit. Daniel Craig is suave detective Benoit Blanc who is summoned to investigate an apparently impossible murder, with the fabulous ensemble cast including Jamie Lee Curtis, Chris Evans, Don Johnson, Toni Colette and Michael Shannon. Don't forget about our Cineworld Unlimited screening of Knives Out on the 25th of November.

  • 99. Charlie's Angels (released 29th November) – Kristen Stewart leads this glossy reboot of the cult 1960s TV series, which itself spawned two movies starring Cameron Diaz. Pitch Perfect's Elizabeth Banks is behind the camera.

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