What’s In Theaters? November Edition

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By: Hannah Gorski

Murder on the Orient Express (PG-13)

An exciting trip across Europe experiences a frightening twist when a murder occurs aboard the train. The race is on to discover who the murderer is before another innocent person is killed. Detective Hercule Poirot believes anyone can be a suspect and works to find the murderer before it’s too late. If you’re looking for a little mystery this holiday season, this movie would be for you! (Also, this movie has a ton of well-known actors, so it’s worth a try).

Daddy’s Home 2 (PG-13)

In this hilarious sequel, Dusty and Brad work to make this Christmas season exciting for the kids. When each of their fathers come into town, though, the holidays begin to take a turn for the worse as the feuding fathers threaten to put on downer on the whole family. If you’re craving a light-weight, hilarious movie to watch this holiday season, this movie might be for you! A little comedy never hurt anyone!

Wonder (PG)

Coming out on November 17th and based on the best-selling novel, this movie tells the heartwarming story about boy named August Pullman. August has facial differences and enters a mainstream education for the first time in his fifth grade year. Throughout the movie, August as well as his classmates learn to accept each other for who they are on the inside instead of judging a book by it’s cover. This movie speaks of overcoming differences and accepting others and is sure to give you the “warm and fuzzies!”

Image Link: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt2543472/


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