The Best Movies To See in Theaters – New Movies Out Now

Mid-November may not have a ton of movie releases, but those few movies arriving in theaters this weekend also happen to be some of the most anticipated movies of the year.

That’s right, after months of anxious waiting, the newest addition to the MCU, Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, will be hitting theaters nationwide this Friday.

Along with those titles, you’ll also have time to catch up on some of the best releases from the previous few months, like the terrifying new psychological horror film, Smile, the ambitious musical drama, Tár, and the hard-hitting new biographical film, Till.

Handling the subject of Boseman’s death in an emotional yet tasteful way, Wakanda Forever has earned significant praise amongst critics, many claiming it directly rivals the acclaim of the first Black Panther movie.

Black Panther: Wakanda Forever

Set in post-WW2 Arizona, the film follows aspiring filmmaker Sammy Fabelman (Gabriel LeBelle/Mateo Zoryon Francis-DeFord) from childhood to young adulthood. As Sammy copes with a shocking family secret, he also learns how his dependence on making movies can help him cope.

The Fabelmans

Critics have complimented the film for its impressive animation style, as well as for its original storyline — unique enough to satisfy longtime One Piece fans and entertain those new to the franchise.

One Piece Film: Red

There have been many, many, many different takes on Dickens’ immortal classic, A Christmas Carol. That being said, the newest one to arrive in theaters (and Apple TV+) this coming weekend offers a more comedic approach to Dickens’ tried and true source material.

Spirited

Prey for the Devil may try for genuine frights, but most critics derided it for relying too heavily on the stereotypes introduced in other, better possession movies like The Exorcist.

Prey for the Devil

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