By: Everest Henze, Staff Writer
Kicking us off for November, we have Bohemian Rhapsody! Directed by Bryan Singer this film is set in 1970, following Freddie Mercury from the band Queen. The film follows Mercury as he transgresses to his darker era, leaving Queen in favor of a solo career. Bohemian Rhapsody shows how Mercury struggles without the band, and his eventual reunion with the members of Queen. Though this film focuses mainly on Mercury, it will also trace the band’s rise to fame through their iconic songs (such as “A crazy little thing called love” and “Another one bites the dust”). . This movie will hit theatres by November 2nd.
Ralph Breaks the Internet
Follow Ralph and Vanellope as they travel throughout the internet to try to repair a video game. It’s a fun, light, humorous movie that is sure to leave you in stitches. It’s a delightful movie for children, or even for people looking for a lighthearted movie to enjoy on the weekend. See Ralph Breaks the Internet on November 21st.
Directed by Oron Bathurst, this classic take on the traditional Robin Hood story presents us with a more darker, serious story. Though Robin Hood (Taron Egerton) starts out as stealing from the rich and giving to the poor, it leads into a full on revolution against the corrupt English government. Packed with action, adventure and a bit of humor, this movie is sure to excite anyone. See Robin Hood in theatres November 21st
The Nutcracker and the Four Realms
Directed by Lasse Hallstrom and John Johnston, this magical fairy-tale like movie follows a young girl named Clara (Mackenzie Foy) and her journey to unlock a box that contains a priceless gift. Clara must go through a variety of adventures, most notably to restore order to the divided Four Realms. Philip, a soldier, helps her throughout her journey. Find this film in theatres November 2nd.