This month, the cinemas are offering a mix of different genres that suits everyone’s needs. From the holiday rom-com featuring Game of Thrones’ Emilia Clarke to the remake of classic movies and historical dramas. Keep reading for our picks of the best movies to see in theatres this month
Farming is a movie that tells a raw tale about racism in Britain. The film was written and directed by Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje and largely based on his childhood experiences. The plot is about a child whose parents gave him to a white working-class family in Tilbury, Essex in the 1960s, and grows up to join a white skinhead gang led by a white supremacist.
Charlie’s Angels Lead
The latest reboot of the Charlie’s Angels franchise has a star-studded cast featuring Kristen Stewart, Naomi Scott and Ella Balinska. The 2019 reboot boasts of a fashion montage as well as some badass action scenes. It will be out in cinemas on November 15.
The Herbert Macaulay Affair
Think a mix of Downtown Abbey and Mad Men but with Nigerian characters. The Herbert Macaulay Affair, directed by Imoh Umoren is a political period piece set between the late 1800 and early 1900. It follows the life and political journey of this notable figure in Nigeria’s political history.
For those who can’t wait for Christmas, this movie is the best way to kick off the season. The movie stars Game of Thrones‘ Emilia Clarke and Crazy Rich Asians star, Henry Golding. Clarke plays Kate, a struggling closed-off woman whose tough exterior is cracked by Tom (played by Golding) who finds a way to her heart. Who doesn’t love a cheesy romantic Christmas movie? Last Christmas is expected to hit the big screens on November 8.
Living In Bondage: Breaking Free
The 1992 edition of Living In Bondage had such a huge impact in Nollywood that there is no doubt that this sequel will be a hit. Living in Bondage: Breaking Free” — tells the story of Nnamdi, Andy Okeke’s mysterious son. His quest for the lavish life takes him down the same questionable path his father took.