Coming Soon Trailers: Bohemian Rhapsody, The Nutcracker.

Coming Soon Trailers: Bohemian Rhapsody, The Nutcracker.

November gets off to a busy start with three wide releases and two expansions.

Things are going to get fast and furious from here till the end of the year.  Several Oscar hopefuls are gearing up for national expansions, with others waiting in the wings.  On top of these statuette seekers, we enter the increasingly busy holiday season as Disney unveils the first of two big live action films they hope will make up for a lack of Star Wars.  Last but not least we have the long awaited Queen biopic, which went through a very public and tumultuous production process.  So, they nailed their impression of latter day Queen!

Yeah, a bit of a diva…

The home market is not slacking off as we turn the corner into November.  Seven new rentals release onto streaming this week.

Wide Release.

Bohemian Rhapsody.

A dramatic musical biopic about the band Queen and their iconic front man Freddie Mercury.

Nobody’s Fool.

When free-spirited Tanya’s (Tiffany Haddish) life hits the skids, she turns to her straight-laced sister Danica for help.  Unfortunately, it turns out that Danica’s perfect life isn’t all that perfect.

The Nutcracker and the Four Realms.

A young woman follows a golden thread into a parallel world where she must aid the Nutcracker Prince in finding a magic key to save his realm.

Limited Expansions.

Beautiful Boy. (Amazon).

Nicholas (Timothee Chalamet) is an all-American boy with everything going for him…and a crippling addiction to meth.  His father (Steve Carell) strives to save Nicholas before his habit overwhelms him.

Suspiria (2018). (Amazon).

A new American dancer (Dakota Johnson) quickly rises to the top of a famous German dance company, but dangerous secrets haunt the troupe.

Video on Demand.

Mario.

Two soccer players hoping to make the first club team fall in love.  Rivals for the spot on the roster but lovers in secret, their romance threatens to destroy their careers.

Our New President.

Part satire and part documentary, this film follows the election and presidency of Donald Trump as seen exclusively through the lens of professional Russian misinformation.

Welcome to Mercy.

A woman exhibiting stigmata is sent to a mysterious convent where she battles for control of herself against supernatural forces.

Room for Rent.

A former lottery winner gone broke is forced to rent out a room in his parents home to random boarders.  His latest tenant is nothing but trouble, and the two become caught up in an escalating psychological battle.

Monster Party.

Three thieves pose as waiters at a ritzy party, looking for an easy score.  When the guests reveal themselves to be even worse criminals, the trio must escape the party alive.

Unlovable.

Joy is a recovering sex addict who finds intimacy when she joins a garage band her sponsor introduces to her.

They’ll Love Me When I’m Dead. (Netflix)

A documentary about the final years of Orson Welles life and career as he labored to finish his final film, The Other Side of the Wind.

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