Movies Which Movies are Coming to Netflix in November 2020

Which Movies are Coming to Netflix in November 2020

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Netflix is home to multiple movies and TV series. At the same time, it has a massive viewership also. It is the festive time of the year with Christmas and New Year around the corner. Some beautiful movies are coming on Netflix in November you should know about.

The Life Ahead

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Edoardo Ponti is the producer for this upcoming drama. Inspiration for The Life Ahead‘s story is from a novel by Romain Gary, The Life Before Us. Primary cast members of the movie include Sophia Loren, Abril Zamora, Babak Karimi, Ibrahima Gueye, and Renato Carpentieri. The Life Ahead is all set to release on November 13, 2020.

The Princess Switch: Switched Again

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The first part of The Princess Switch got fantastic reviews. This is the reason for the makers to come back with The Princess Switch: Switched Again. November 19, 2020, is the date for this sequel to release on Netflix. The two primary characters are people who look alike, with Vanessa Hudgens playing both roles.

The movie’s official description says that Princess Stacy of Belgravia will help Duchess Margaret and her boyfriend Kevin come back together. Amidst all this, there is a unique twist of the third role of Vanessa Hudgens as Fiona, who is an outrageous party girl. Fiona is also the cousin of Margaret. This Christmas will be welcoming triple trouble.

Dolly Parton’s Christmas on the Square

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This new film gives Dolly Parton the center stage along with Christine Baranski and Treat Williams. Dolly Partin’s Christmas on the Square will be available on Netflix on November 22, 2020. A woman is the owner of a small estate, and she finally decides to sell it.

Dolly’s character is described as a Scrooge, and she does not care about the consequences other people have to face because of her actions. But there is a possibility that music, dance, and memories will change her decision. You have to wait till the release of the movie to know what happens next. Debbie Allen is the director, and Maria S. Schlatter is the writer.

Hillbilly Elegy

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This film’s inspiration is from a memoir by JD Vance, which was out in 2016, Hillbilly Elegy: A Memoir of a Family and Culture in crisis. The biography is firmly about Appalachian values for three generations. The story follows a Kentucky family in Middletown, Ohio. They are dealing with social problems that include violence, abuse, drug addictions, and failed relationships. Ron Howard is the director, along with Vanessa Taylor writing the screenplay.

The Christmas Chronicles: Part Two

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The release date for The Christmas Chronicles: Part Two is November 25, 2020. Kurt Russell will reprise his role as Santa Claus along with Goldie Hawn as Mrs. Claus. Chris Columbus is back with another sequel as the writer and director. Kate pierce travels to the North Pole and meets Santa Claus unexpectedly. A mysterious elf is trying to create trouble and threatens that nobody will ever celebrate Christmas.

There is not much time before these beautiful movies will be available on Netflix. Make sure to get your subscription so that you can watch these movies and get the perfect festive feels. Happy watching!

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Mohit Pathria
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