Winter Movie Preview (2023)

December 4, 2009

Sherlock Holmes

Dec. 25 — The same tweedy, weirdo detective with a pipe who made Granny swoon is getting an extreme makeover this holiday season. Thanks to Robert Downey Jr., Holmes is now a major badass.As the murderous cult leader Lord Blackwood (Mark Strong) conspires to destroy London, Holmes and Watson team up once again to stop evil from running amuck. But don’t expect the same fingerprinting and clue-sniffing that rocked you to sleep as a wee one. After all, Sherlock 2.0 comes complete with action-packed explosions; a hot, half-naked Rachel McAdams; and Jude Law, the embodiment of everything sexy in Britain, in the passenger seat. Peppered with cheesy quips and shot in picturesque London, director Guy Ritchie’s rendering of this sleuthing superstar will knock this classic on its ancient butt — and we can’t wait to see it go down.
— Amanda Martinek
Staff Writer

Up in the Air

Dec. 25 — Leaving the theater with the googly-eyed spine tingle you get when a movie’s turned your night upside down — when it’s packaged so tight to perfection that you dread the final credit roll — it was admittedly a little hard for me to believe that “Up in the Air” had been so fucking good. Hard to believe, because it happens to be directed by the same guy who brought America its first Sunny D-chugging hipster hero who (honest to blog) almost made me scratch out my eye sockets.But on the real: Jason Reitman took the best things about “Juno” — its heart-wrenchingly human conflicts, its compassion, its tongue-in-cheeky dialogue (sans the forced quirkiness) — and cherry-topped the whole thing with George Clooney and a handful of other unreasonably good-looking actors. A film this uplifting, this strangely disarming, this relevant and even timeless, is enough to make an audience cry and laugh at the same time (just when you thought happy-sad must be a promotional myth), and sometimes simply stare in a stupefied hush.
Clooney hits top form as the self-assured, no-strings Ryan Bingham — in essence, corporate America’s dreamy hitman. A “termination specialist,” he’s paid to fire people for bosses too spineless to do the deed; indeed, it takes a steely soul to bear countless tragic pleas of the economically downtrodden.
But after wrapping up a day of tearful, exasperated, how-could-you-do-this-to-me breakdowns, Bingham clicks his briefcase closed with a little satisfied smile and heads back to the airport, unscathed. Striding through metal detectors like the drill were a cakewalk, he enjoys an in-flight lifestyle 322 days out of the year: To know him is to fly with him.
Problem is, we’re still half crushed — and that’s what makes the movie brilliant. Reitman’s constant push and pull from devastating reality to a slick utopia of tiny cocktails and V.I.P. cards leaves us vaguely empty and utterly absorbed.
The casting ultimately makes it work: No one but Clooney could have played white-collar jet-hopper so charmingly, and no one but real people — who really got the boot — could have made those blubbering breakdowns so convincing.
“We read from a legal form used to fire people,” Reitman said, describing how he prompted reactions from people with no prior acting experience. “The second they would hear it, their eyes would turn red; their postures would change. If someone asked me what the worst part was about getting fired, I would have said, ‘Loss of income.’ But it’s not the money — it’s the lack of purpose. It’s the reason to get out of bed in the morning.”
But the pink-slip moments of outrage aren’t overwhelming or overly sentimental; instead, they’re just sporadic enough to generate a kind of lingering unrest, framing Bingham’s mildly existential journey and reminding us of catastrophes much greater than a guy in his 40s who can’t commit.
Alex Goran (Vera Farmiga) plays the stunning female counterpart to Bingham’s effortless cool. “Think of me as yourself, only with a vagina,” she purrs, admiring in equal parts his stolen room-key collection and frequent flyer miles. After doing the dirty, both flip open their laptops to arrange another domestic booty call.
But Bingham’s world of hotel sex and complimentary peanuts comes to a slamming halt when he’s introduced to Natalie Keener (Anna Kendrick), a fresh-faced graduate with ambitions to fire workers without stepping foot on another plane again. Using videoconferencing, one needs only to sit at his or her computer and read a carefully designed script to break the news, hundreds of miles away.
Of course, her cost-effective plan threatens Bingham’s rose-tinted universe. Convinced his job is an art form requiring more grace and experience than the equivalent of a text-message breakup, he dares the naive overachiever to do the nasty job herself, face-to-face with a world outside the Ivy League nest. His challenge proves transformative for both — in the end, all our expectations are shot in a wedding scene that shifts the movie from Bingham’s airbrushed, air-conditioned gaze to a softer place where real people live, in all their imperfections and insecurities.
The perspective shift mirrors Reitman’s own journey while conceiving the film. “When I started making movies seven years ago, I was a single guy living in an apartment in my 20s; I was a contrarian,” he said, chewing a fish taco thoughtfully. “But then I became a father, I got a mortgage … Ryan starts to recognize similar things that I was recognizing.”
But the movie doesn’t set out to villainize Bingham for shunning his family or refusing a shot at substantial intimacy; if anything, the guy’s just too damn likeable to fault. Nor does “Up” blindly applaud the sanctity of marriage and feed us an easy ending, just in time for the holidays. Instead, it merely suggests that “life’s better with company.” Whether or not you find the right co-pilot or crash and burn, remains, well — you get where I’m going here.


Dec. 25 — It’s a bit asinine, even obscene, how preoccupied Hollywood has been with the number nine this year. Off the heels of “9,” “District 9” and (triple whammy) “$9.99,” Rob Marshall’s latest, “Nine,” loses itself in the fray. To be fair, though, it’s better than that: This grand girl party is a spin-off of a Tony Award-winning Broadway musical first produced in 1982, and the last screenplay of late legend Anthony Minghella.A musical in its own right, “Nine” sings and dances its way through the midlife crisis of world-renowned Italian film director Guido Contini (Daniel Day-Lewis). Drained of creative juices and racked with personal strife, the midlife-crisis victim juggles the demands of shooting his next film — for which he has no script — and his wife of 20 years (Marion Cotillard), who is tiring of his absence. Schizophrenic tendencies warp Contini’s mind, and his fugitive imagination soon blurs the line between reality and fiction. As if within a mid-‘60s Christmas Carol adaptation, Contini revisits women of his past whilst contending with those of the present: his mistress (Penélope Cruz), costume designer (Judi Dench), film star muse (Nicole Kidman) and an American fashion journalist (Kate Hudson).
Much in the same vein as Marshall’s 2002 hit “Chicago,” “Nine” leverages from ornate costuming, subdued colors, flashy dance numbers and an ensemble cast that collectively boasts six Oscars.
— Leila Haghighat
Senior Staff Writer

The Lovely Bones

Jan. 15 — From Peter Jackson, the same epic nerd who brought us “Lord of the Rings,” comes the haunting story of 14-your-old Susie Salmon. After being raped and murdered, the littlest angel observes her greiving family from a personal heaven as they attempt to solve the mystery of her death. Based on Alice Sebold’s best-selling novel, the film follows Susie’s father Jack (Mark Wahlberg) as he pores obsessively over the case, her emotionally unstable mother Abigail (Rachel Weisz) and her younger sister, who is determined to find out the truth even if it means risking her own life. Highlights include Jackson’s psychedelic interpretation of Susie’s heaven with fantastical cinematography, lush colors and the same out-of-this-world vision that made him famous. With Stanley Tucci topping off the creepy as Salmon’s next-door neighbor, we’re bound to get goosebumps — and not the good kind.
— Neelaab Nasraty
Staff Writer

The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus

DEC. 25 — Even if you, for whatever reason, don’t like strip-free acid trips or aren’t fan of midgets, curiosity alone should be enough to pull you into “The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus.” Not to mention, it’s the last movie Heath Ledger — our generation’s James Dean — will ever appear in. After his tragic and untimely death, production was put on hold until three of his buddies (no-big-deal stars Johnny Depp, Jude Law and Colin Farrell) took it upon themselves to split the role and finish up the film.
Dr. P, played by the versatile Christopher Plummer, makes a deal with the devil — an always outrageous Tom Waits — to trade in his daughter for immortality. Mysterious outsider Tony, played by all four sexpots, travels through magical parallel worlds in order to save the girl.
Written and directed by Terry Gilliam, “Imaginarium” is sure to be the hallucinogenic journey of the year. Come on, even Verne Troyer — yes, the freakish midget from “Austin Powers” — stopped by for a cameo. As if we didn’t have reason enough to see it twice.
— Amanda Martinek
Staff Writer

Serious Moonlight

DEC. 4 — A romantic comedy with one too many revenge plots for comfort, “Serious Moonlight” takes “All’s fair in love and war” to heart (a la “Intolerable Cruelty”), spelling out all the reasons not to date a high-powered attorney — as if we needed more than one.
A lip-pumped Meg Ryan plays Louise, superwoman lawyer who finds out her husband Ian is having an affair with a young floozy (Kristen Bell). Instead of flying into hysterics, Louise has a more novel idea: duct-tape him to the toilet and hold him hostage until he loves her.
Hilarity ensues (or doesn’t) as she-devil attempts to reignite the spark through a parade of old wedding footage and truly horrific a capella. Desperate for freedom, Ian screams for the attention of neighbors — only to realize he has alerted “bad guy” robbers that they’re in the clear.
While the storyline may be dubious, the cast has potential: Ryan, no longer America’s sweetheart, tries her hand at domineering bitch, while Bell sets aside sass to do dumb blonde. It may not have the merit of screenwriter Adrienne Shelley’s early work (read: “Waitress”), but it does teach a valuable lesson: Before duct-taping your estranged husband to a toilet, lock the door.
— Angela Chen
Senior Staff Writer

Leaves of Grass

DEC. 25 — Down to spend this year’s break getting high to something other than “Home Alone”? Cue Edward Norton, crossbows, Edward Norton, mistaken identities, Edward Norton talking in a hick accent and um, Edward Norton, and you’ve got Tim Blake Nelson’s “Leaves of Grass.” Norton plays two parts: a brilliantly blazed Oklahoman and an eloquent Ivy League professor who happens to be the pothead’s twin. Enter Susan Sarandon and Richard Dreyfuss, and it’s the perfect stoner comedy that isn’t.
“Pineapple Express” may have taken itself a tad too seriously, but the deadpan faces of Norton and Norton on the black-and-white movie poster have us wondering if this comedy truly has a dark side. Sure, the trailer promises hilarious hijinks that only a “pair” of charming twins could cause — using mistaken identities to their advantage; paying the price — but we hope this buddy flick is more than a couple Mary J. jokes and jabs at the intelligentsia and/or corn-crunchin’ farmers. But seriously — two Edward Nortons. Now that’s hot.
— Hannah Kang
Senior Staff Writer

The Young Victoria

DEC. 18 — Missed out on “The Queen” and “Marie Antoinette”? No need to fret — a new royalty introspective produced by Martin Scorsese is about to be bestowed upon all the girly history buffs and costume-drama lovers of the world (with emphasis on the word costume, not drama). Apparently, Victoria’s life as a young woman lacked any significant degree of substance, although her budding relationship with Prince Albert (the focal point of the film) might allow a somewhat endearing romantic yarn. Mind you, the couple will hardly pose a challenge to “Pirates” heartthrobs Elizabeth Swan and Will Turner, and there will be no convenient vampires to perform neck-piercing love scenes. So don’t get too excited. Emily Blunt and Rupert Friend are sure to steam things up a bit, but it’s rumored to be a show-stealing performance for Paul Bettany, who plays Prime Minister Lord Melbourne. Cheers, mate!
— Gretchen Wegrich
Staff Writer


DEC. 4 — Though the tell-all trailer for director Jim Sheridan’s latest leaves little unanswered, there is something about the idea of a supposedly dead soldier returning home that leaves us itching to know more. The A-list cast doesn’t look half bad either. With Tobey Maguire, Natalie Portman and Jake Gyllenhaal leading the way, we find out what happens when a grieving army widow seeks comfort in the arms of her deceased husband’s black-sheep brother.
But what begins as a post-mortem therapy session quickly transforms into something else entirely, when the apparently “dead” first husband arrives at the front door to discover a blossoming romance between his wife and brother. Sound familiar? That’s probably because it has the same exact plot as “Cider House Rules.” And “Pearl Harbor.” Oh, Hollywood.
Though hardly groundbreaking, Maguire’s post-traumatic stress meltdown and consequential shoot-out with the cops does look epic, and will undoubtedly earn an Oscar nod or two. To hell with originality.
— Neelaab Nasraty
Staff Writer

A Simple Man

DEC. 11 — The fashion world’s McSteamy, the sunglassed Tom Ford, steps behind the camera for the first time with “A Single Man,” a film that has already generated significant Oscar buzz for its “great sensitivity” and for leading actor Colin Firth’s “moving performance” as gay and grieving 52-year-old professor George Falconer, suffering in a world that cannot make room for homosexuality. The story begins as Falconer attempts to live out a day of his life as normally as possible, suppressing the fact that his lover of 16 years has just died in a car crash.

Set in LA in the 1960s, it is the heyday of Hitchcock, Mad Men and Audrey Hepburn. Ford’s world is clean-cut, sophisticated and glossy in the most precise ways. It will be interesting to see if his attempt at poetic sensitivity falls short, however, due to the acclaimed designer’s innate need to sweep all the ugliness away. We’ll certainly be left with something pretty, but the unrealistic ideal may not appeal to everyone.

Ford and Firth may present some of the most exquisitely tailored misery out there, but hopefully we won’t find ourselves yearning for a fray — after all, it’s in the unraveling that the most real unhappiness dwells.

— Hannah Kang

Staff Writer

It’s Complicated

DEC. 25 — Alec Baldwin trades in the under-the-breath cynicism of “30 Rock’s” Jack Donaghy for far less abrasive schemes of chivalry in this Christmas day release. Complications arise when Baldwin steps into the middle of a budding relationship between two of Hollywood’s other cash cows, Meryl Streep and Steve Martin, birthing a star-struck love triangle.
Like all good divorcees with three children, Jane (Streep) and Jack (Baldwin) have separated ways, buried the hatchet and let bygones be bygones. Ten years later though, their son’s graduation reunites the independent-minded baker with her attorney ex-husband, who’s by now remarried a hot thing of his own (Lake Bell). Any other genre would portray the reunion as a highly awkward affair, but this is a romantic comedy — and a Nancy Meyers one, at that. Accordingly, a plot twist of family ties ensues à la director/ producer/ screenwriter’s Nancy Meyers“Something’s Gotta Give” and “The Parent Trap.” And so, as the divorcees’ innocent dinner rekindles romance, it threatens to undermine Jack’s marriage and Jane’s relationship with Adam (Martin), an architect who she’s contracted to remodel her kitchen.
Undoubtedly, the film will, once again, laud Streep for the acting chameleon she is and exhibit yet more of her recent shift toward less Oscar-worthy, more commercial blockbuster roles. The film will also be a must-see for Academy Awards geeks. With the male leads, Baldwin and Martin, slated to co-host next year’s show, think of “It’s Complicated” as a pocket guide to the jokes likely to be cracked among the silver screen elite, come Oscar night.
— Leila Haghighat
Staff Writer


Winter Movie Preview? ›

Black Panther: Wakanda Forever

Watch: In theaters Nov. 11.

What movies are being released this winter? ›

Biggest Movies Coming In Fall/Winter 2022
  • Don't Worry Darling (September 23) ...
  • Triangle of Sadness (October 7) ...
  • Black Adam (October 21) ...
  • The Banshees of Inisherin (October 21) ...
  • Black Panther 2: Wakanda Forever (November 11) ...
  • The Menu (November 18) ...
  • Women Talking (December 2) ...
  • Avatar: The Way of Water (December 16)
Aug 22, 2022

What movie is coming out November 11? ›

Black Panther: Wakanda Forever

Watch: In theaters Nov. 11.

Where can I watch the movie winter? ›

You are able to stream Winter by renting or purchasing on Google Play, iTunes, and Amazon Instant Video.

What is the new Christmas movie on Netflix? ›

Christmas With You

Garcia plays a pop star who's got career burnout and escapes to a small town where she finds inspiration and a shot of love. The movie was filmed in New York City in November 2021.

What Christmas movie is coming to HBO? ›

EXCLUSIVE: We hear that four holiday movies have received HBO Max release dates as of Wednesday: Legendary's Christmas Story sequel, A Christmas Story Christmas for November 17 this year, and three yuletide titles from ESX Entertainment: Holiday Harmony and A Christmas Mystery both on November 24 and A Hollywood ...

What is the new Christmas movie for 2023? ›

Hallmark Media announces the first original holiday movie for 2023 with “A Biltmore Christmas,” starring Bethany Joy Lenz (“Good Sam,” “An Unexpected Christmas”) and Kristoffer Polaha (“We Wish You a Married Christmas,” Jurassic World: Dominion).

What popular TV show winter is coming? ›

"Winter Is Coming" is the series premiere of the HBO medieval fantasy television series Game of Thrones. The first episode of the first season, it was written by series creators David Benioff and D. B.

What new movies come out December? ›

Released Friday, December 2, 2022
  • Violent Night R. Thriller set around Christmas time. ...
  • Women Talking PG-13. ...
  • Angry Neighbors. ...
  • Return to Seoul R. ...
  • Spoiler Alert PG-13. ...
  • Emancipation R. ...
  • Top Gun: Maverick PG-13. ...
  • Savage Salvation R.

What movies will be playing in December? ›

  • Where to WatchI Believe in Santa December 14, 2022.
  • Showtimes & TicketsThe Whale December 9, 2022.
  • Where to WatchNight at the Museum: Kahmunrah Rises Again December 9, 2022.
  • Where to WatchIt's a Wonderful Binge December 9, 2022.
  • Where to WatchGuillermo del Toro's Pinocchio: Handcarved Cinema December 9, 2022.

What movie is coming out November 12th? ›

More November 2021 Releases
  • House of Gucci.
  • Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City.
  • Love Is Love Is Love.
  • Belfast.
  • Eternals.
  • King Richard.
  • Encanto.

What new movies are coming out on Thanksgiving? ›

New Movies to Watch in Theatres This Thanksgiving
  • New Movies In Theatres on Thanksgiving 2022.
  • Strange World. ...
  • The Fabelmans. ...
  • Devotion. ...
  • Bones and All. ...
  • Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery. ...
  • Movies Still in Theatres on Thanksgiving. ...
  • Black Panther: Wakanda Forever.
Nov 2, 2022

What shows and movies are coming out in November? ›

The 5 Most Anticipated Movies of November 2022
  • Black Panther: Wakanda Forever (2022) Rotten Tomatoes Trailers. ...
  • The Menu (2022) Rotten Tomatoes Trailers. ...
  • The Fabelmans (2022) Rotten Tomatoes Trailers. ...
  • Guillermo del Toro's Pinocchio (2022) Rotten Tomatoes Trailers. ...
  • Bones and All (2022) ...
  • Strange World (2022)
Nov 2, 2022

Does Amazon Prime have winter? ›

Prime Video: Winter: The Complete Series.

What movies to watch when its snowing? ›

Snowed-In: Our Favorite Winter Movies
  • #98. Let the Right One In (2008) 98% #98. ...
  • #97. Groundhog Day (1993) 94% #97. ...
  • #96. Monsters, Inc. ( 2001) 96% ...
  • #95. The Crash Reel (2013) 96% #95. ...
  • #94. Snowpiercer (2013) 94% #94. ...
  • #93. March of the Penguins (2005) 94% #93. ...
  • #92. Winter's Bone (2010) 94% #92. ...
  • #91. Turist (2014) 94% #91.

Is there a movie called Winter? ›

A tragic love story following successful artist Woods after his beloved wife's death and exploring the effects his crippling grief has on his two young sons.

What is the longest running prime time TV show? ›

It'll be a long time before The Simpsons is dethroned as the longest-running scripted primetime series in the history of American television. Fox has renewed the animated comedy for two more seasons, meaning TV viewers won't have to move out of Springfield until 2025 at the earliest.

What is the longest running prime time drama series? ›

The Simpsons - 32 Seasons

Unsurprisingly, The Simpsons has earned the title of being the number one longest-running primetime television series of all time.

What is the longest series on prime? ›

Adapted non-chronologically from Michael Connelly's Hieronymus Bosch detective series and shot like a moody, sun-soaked noir, Bosch is officially Prime's longest-running original series to date (and unofficially your dad's secret favorite show).

What Christmas movies does Peacock have? ›

Holiday Movies and TV Episodes
  • Holiday Favorites. Despicable Me. ...
  • Family Holiday Movies. How the Grinch Stole Christmas! ...
  • Funny Movies for the Holidays. Back to the Future. ...
  • Romantic Holiday Movies. A Wedding for Christmas. ...
  • A Very Hallmark Holiday. ...
  • Classic Holiday Movies. ...
  • Holiday Horror Movies. ...
  • A Harry Potter Holiday.

What's the number one Christmas movie? ›

1. It's A Wonderful Life – 1946.

Does HBO Max have Christmas movies? ›

It's the most wonderful time of the year and HBO Max has all the fun holiday movies to bring cheer for you and your family. Snuggle up to classic Christmas movies or fall in love with a Christmas romance movie.

What Christmas movies are currently on Hulu? ›

  • A Chance for Christmas.
  • The Good Witch of Christmas.
  • It's A Wonderful Binge.
  • A Snow White Christmas.
  • Christmas at the Drive-In.

What Christmas movies will be on Amazon Prime? ›

  • A Princess for Christmas. StarringKatie McGrath. ...
  • If You Give A Mouse A Christmas Cookie - Season 102. StarringLara Jill Miller. ...
  • Christmas in the Smokies. StarringSarah Lancaster. ...
  • A Bride for Christmas. StarringArielle Kebbel. ...
  • Christmas Kid. ...
  • Tyler Perry's A Madea Christmas. ...
  • The Legend of the Christmas Witch. ...
  • Christmas on the Bayou.

What is the new NBC Christmas movie? ›

New for 2022 will be “Dolly Parton's Mountain Magic Christmas,” premiering on Dec. 1, followed by “Dolly Parton's Christmas of Many Colors: Circle Of Love,” on Dec. 23, and the original “Dolly Parton's Coat of Many Colors” on Dec.

What movies are coming out Christmas 2024? ›

Holiday 2024 Movies
  • Coming Out Friday, November 8, 2024. Deadpool 3. ...
  • Coming Out Sunday, November 10, 2024. Journey to Bethlehem. ...
  • Coming Out Friday, November 22, 2024. Gladiator 2. ...
  • Coming Out Friday, December 20, 2024. Avatar 3. ...
  • Coming Out Wednesday, December 25, 2024. Jordan Peele 2024 Untitled Movie.

Are there any Christmas movies coming out this year? ›

Royal Christmas Ball (2023)

What is the Hallmark Channel Christmas movies for 2023? ›

A Biltmore Christmas” is slated to release later this year during Hallmark's 2023 “Countdown to Christmas” programming series. Since 1895, the Vanderbilt's Christmas traditions have been upheld at his family home, the Biltmore House, a 250-room French Renaissance chateau on more than 8,000 acres of land.

What shows return in january 2023? ›

Jan. 4
  • Big Sky — Season 3 (ABC)
  • Chicago Fire — Season 11 (NBC)
  • Chicago Med — Season 8 (NBC) Chicago P.D. — Season 10 (NBC)
  • FBI: Most Wanted — Season 4 (CBS) Guy's Grocery Games — Season 30 (Food) ...
  • The Price Is Right at Night — Season 3 (CBS) Special Forces: World's Toughest Test — Season 1 (Fox)
4 days ago

What show has 35 seasons? ›

30–49 seasons
Number of seasonsSeriesFirst broadcast
Firing Line1966
33The Real WorldMay 21, 1992
35CopsMarch 11, 1989
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What show has 16 seasons? ›

List of longest-running scripted American primetime television series
Number of seasonsSeriesNetwork
19Grey's AnatomyABC
20American Dad!Fox (2005–2014) TBS (2014–present)
16Criminal MindsCBS (2005–2020) Paramount+ (2022–present)
15CSI: Crime Scene InvestigationCBS
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What movies are being remade in 2023? ›

Remake Movies Released and Planned for Release in 2023
Release DateMovieGenre
April 23Spirited Away: Live on StageAdventure
May 10Love AgainRomantic Comedy
May 19White Men Can't JumpComedy
July 27Haunted MansionAdventure
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What movie is coming out December 23? ›

'Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery' makes its Netflix premiere on December 23, 2022.

What movie comes out on the 16 of December? ›

Avatar: The Way of Water – Release Date: Friday, December 16.

Which movie is going to release? ›

Movie Release Dates
Release DateMovie NameAudience Score
15 August 2023The Vaccine War34
25 August 2023Vicky Kaushal, Ammy Virk And Tripti Dimri's Next50
01 September 2023Startup60
07 September 2023Fukrey 378
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Which movie is releasing on 14 November? ›

Drishyam 2 (Hindi)

Directed by Abhishek Pathak, this movie stars Ajay Devgn, Shriya Saran, Akshaye Khanna and Tabu.

What movie is coming November 19? ›

Ghostbusters: Afterlife PG-13.

What is the new Disney movie for Thanksgiving? ›

When and Where is Strange World Releasing? Disney is poised to stake their claim on the Thanksgiving weekend once again this year, as they have in the past with mega hits like both the Frozen films and Pixar's Coco. Strange World will be officially released exclusively in theaters on Wednesday, November 23, 2022.

What Disney movie is coming out near Thanksgiving? ›

Strange World
  • Rating: PG.
  • Runtime: 1h 47min.
  • Release Date: November 23, 2022.
  • Genre: Action-Adventure, Animation, Family, Fantasy, Science Fiction.

What is the new Disney movie at Thanksgiving? ›

Disney's "Strange World" Release Date

"Strange World" is set to hit theaters on Wednesday, Nov. 23, making it the perfect film to watch with friends and family on Thanksgiving weekend.

What movie is coming out November 23? ›

Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery – Release Date: Wednesday, November 23.

What new shows are starting in November? ›

November TV Calendar: New and Returning Shows
  • The Deep (2015– ) TV-Y7 | 22 min | Animation, Action, Adventure. ...
  • Ghostwriter (2019– ) TV-G | 25 min | Family, Fantasy, Mystery. ...
  • Drive (I) (2019) ...
  • Two Turtle Doves (2019 TV Movie) ...
  • Helpsters (2019– ) ...
  • Snoopy in Space (2019–2021) ...
  • Hello Ninja (2019– ) ...
  • We Are the Wave (2019– )

Is that winter the wind blows on Netflix? ›

Watch That Winter, the Wind Blows | Netflix.

Is Winter Soldier on Hulu? ›

Watch Captain America: The Winter Soldier Streaming Online | Hulu (Free Trial)

Is Winter House on Amazon Prime? ›

Watch Winter House, Season 1 | Prime Video.

Where can I watch back in time for winter? ›

Back in Time for Winter | Shows | CBC Gem.

Where can I stream drama that winter the wind blows? ›

Currently you are able to watch "That Winter, the Wind Blows" streaming on Netflix, Rakuten Viki, Netflix basic with Ads or for free with ads on Tubi TV, Rakuten Viki.

Is Gone With the Wind on Netflix or Amazon Prime? ›

How to Watch Gone with the Wind. Right now you can watch Gone with the Wind on HBO Max. You are able to stream Gone with the Wind by renting or purchasing on iTunes, Google Play, Vudu, and Amazon Instant Video.

Is The winter the Wind Blows worth watching? ›


A melodrama that has such beautiful cinematography, lovely music and good-looking actors that watching it often feels like looking at gorgeous moving postcards with their own built-in sound. Unfortunately, logic is not this show's strong point.

Is the Winter Soldier part of Marvel? ›

Sebastian Stan portrays Bucky Barnes / Winter Soldier in media set in the Marvel Cinematic Universe as part of a nine-picture deal with Marvel Studios.

Is it worth watching the Winter Soldier? ›

It feels more like a movie than a tv show as it has the same look and feel of Captain America: The Winter Soldier. I've enjoyed all the Marvel shows, some more than others, and this is definitely one of the better ones. I hope they make another season because this one was pretty good. Was this review helpful?

Is Winter Soldier out on Avengers? ›

After a lengthy period of silence throughout the second half of 2022, Marvel's Avengers developer Crystal Dynamics has revealed new content that will be added to the game in November 29's Update 2.7. The big news here is that a new hero will be added to the Avengers roster in the form of the Winter Soldier.

Is Winter House streaming on Peacock? ›

Download the Peacock app and start streaming full episodes of Winter House. You can watch Winter House on Peacock. Peacock currently has 2 seasons of Winter House available for streaming.

How many episodes will be in Winter House? ›

"Winter House" (S01, 6 eps, 1hr, Bravo) is mercifully only six eps long, a forgettable bridge between end of RH of Beverly Hills and the return of the RH of Orange County.

Is in time on HBO Max? ›

Watch In Time - Stream Movies | HBO Max.

Is back to school on HBO Max? ›

Watch Back to School (HBO) - Stream Movies | HBO Max.

What is the prime series about going back in time? ›

Amazon Prime Video series stars Chloë Grace Moretz and involves virtual realities that become actual realities. “The Peripheral” is about time travel and people who are electronically linked, about super soldiers and invisible cars, about androids and an inter-dimensional conspiracy.


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