Video preview: films not to miss at the cinema in November 2017
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Take a sneak peek at the top must-watch movies coming to Norfolk's cinemas this November, including Thor: Ragnarok, Murder on the Orient Express, Suburbicon, Daddy's Home 2 and Justice League.
FULL LIST OF WHAT'S ON THE BIG SCREEN IN NOVEMBER 2017
Murder On The Orient Express (November 3) — Kenneth Branagh directs and star as Hercule Poirot using his little grey cells to unmask a killer in all-star remake of Agatha Christie thriller.
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The Killing Of A Sacred Deer (November 3) — The Lobster director Yorgos Lanthimos' latest psychological horror film with Colin Farrell as a married man who must atone for his sins by making an agonising choice.
- 1 Caravan owners furious after park suddenly blocks sales of properties
- 2 Roadside restaurant aiming to re-open before Christmas
- 3 Met Office issues warning for thunderstorms in Norfolk
- 4 Five former MoD homes go up for sale near Norwich
- 5 Seal charity to take 'unprecendented' action to protect Norfolk seal colony
- 6 Two people arrested during police operation in south Norfolk
- 7 Furious Scout group demands apology from council in unpaid rents saga
- 8 Norwich man convicted of murder boasts of mutilating 'up to 30' cats
- 9 'A lovely talented man': Tributes to Cromer Pier Show headliner Phil Butler
- 10 MP and parents concerned over traffic and parking chaos outside school
The Son Of Bigfoot (November 3) — A teenage boy embarks on an odyssey to meet his father in the computer-animated comedy.
Paddington 2 (November 10) — Michael Bond's loveable bear (voiced by Ben Whishaw) with a penchant for marmalade sandwiches returns to pit his wits against a wily thief in Paul King's unabashedly sweet sequel.
Only The Brave (November 10) — Josh Brolin and Miles Teller play courageous firefighters in the dramatic and tragic true story.
The Florida Project (November 10) — A single mother (Bria Vinaite) and her precocious six-year-old daughter (Brooklynn Prince) defy their impoverished circumstances.
Film Stars Don't Die In Liverpool (November 16) — Paul McGuigan's drama charts the real-life star-crossed romance between ailing Hollywood actress Gloria Grahame (Annette Bening) and young actor (Jamie Bell).
Justice League (November 17) — Batman (Ben Affleck), Wonder Woman (Gal Gadot), Flash (Ezra Miller), Aquaman (Jason Momoa) and Cyborg (Ray Fisher) join forces in the comic book caper.
Ingrid Goes West (November 17) — Social media is a breeding ground for obsession in Matt Spicer's wicked black comedy.
Daddy's Home 2 (November 22) — Will Ferrell and Mark Wahlberg discover parenting can resemble modern warfare in the comedy sequel.
Battle Of The Sexes (November 24) — Billie Jean King (Emma Stone) faces Bobby Riggs (Steve Carell) on the tennis court in the Oscar-tipped drama about notorious male v female match.
Suburbicon (November 24) — Matt Damon plays a husband struggles to recover from a tragic home invasion in director George Clooney's 1950s-set black comedy.
The Star (November 24) — A donkey becomes embroiled in the story of the first Christmas in the computer-animated adventure.