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40 Fresh Movies and Netflix Originals Streaming in November

by | November 8, 2017 | Comments

We know how difficult it can be to find something worth watching when you’re scrolling through all of Netflix’s endless choices, so we’ve narrowed down the selection for you. Read on for the full list of Netflix original movies and series, as well as everything Fresh on the Tomatometer, coming to Netflix this month.


November 1 – November 5

 

It's Not Yet Dark (2017) 95%

This documentary narrated by Colin Farrell follows Irish filmmaker with ALS, Simon Fitzmaurice, as he embarks on directing his first film.

Available now on: Netflix


Williams (2017) 93%

This documentary tells the story of Sir Frank Williams, who brought together a winning Formula One racing team but suffered a near-fatal car accident in 1986 that left him wheelchair-bound.

Available now on: Netflix


Men in Black (1997) 92%

Will Smith and Tommy Lee Jones star in this sci-fi action comedy about a pair of mismatched agents in a secret organization whose mission is to safeguard humanity from extraterrestrial interference.

Available now on: Netflix


Michael Clayton (2007) 91%

George Clooney, Tilda Swinton, and Tom Wilkinson star in Sydney Pollack’s Oscar-winning thriller about a corporate fixer who discovers a conspiracy when one of his clients is sued in a class action case.

Available now on: Netflix


Field of Dreams (1989) 87%

Kevin Costner and Ray Liotta star in this magical sports tale about a farmer who hears a mysterious voice calling him to build a baseball diamond in the middle of his cornfield and discovers it has the ability to heal the soul.

Available now on: Netflix


The Homesman (2014) 81%

Tommy Lee Jones directs and stars, alongside and Hilary Swank, in a Western about a former schoolteacher who recruits a man with a past to help her establish a sanctuary for troubled women.

Available now on: Netflix


Where the Day Takes You (1992) 80%

Dermot Mulroney, Sean Astin, and Lara Flynn Boyle headline an ensemble cast in this drama about a prison parolee’s former life on the streets of Los Angeles with a group of fellow runaways.

Available now on: Netflix


42 (2013) 80%

Chadwick Boseman and Harrison Ford star in this fact-based story about Jackie Robinson, the talented athlete and star Negro League baseball player who became the first black player in the MLB.

Available now on: Netflix


Charlotte's Web (2006) 78%

Julia Roberts and Steve Buscemi lend their voices to this live-action adaptation of the beloved children’s novel about a farm pig who, with the help of a friendly spider, convinces his owners he’s too unique to be slaughtered.

Available now on: Netflix


Oculus (2014) 75%

After the bizarre death of their parents, a pair of siblings return to their childhood home in order to confront the murderous party responsible: a haunted antique mirror that has the power to distort reality.

Available now on: Netflix


The Pursuit of Happyness (2006) 67%

Will Smith and his son Jaden star in this biographical drama about entrepreneur Chris Gardner and the year he spent homeless while raising his young son.

Available now on: Netflix


The Reader (2008) 63%

Kate Winslet and Ralph Fiennes star in Stephen Daldry’s drama about a young man who falls for an older woman who turns out to be a former Nazi prison guard.

Available now on: Netflix


Call My Agent!: Season 2 (2017)

This Netflix original series imported from France follows four talent agents as they struggle through the daily travails of their business. The second season is now available to stream.

Available now on: Netflix


November 6 – November 12

 

Killing Ground (2017) 76%

This Certified Fresh indie thriller follows a young couple on a camping vacation who encounter an abandoned camp and a lost child and soon find themselves terrorized by locals.

Available now on: Netflix


Lady Dynamite: Season 2 (2017) 100%

Maria Bamford stars in this semi-autobiographical Netflix original comedy about an actress struggling with mental health issues who moves back to Los Angeles and tries to get her career back on track. Season 2 will drop on November 10.

Available 11/10 on: Netflix


November 13 – November 19

 

DeRay Davis: How to Act Black (2017)

One of the many comedy specials Netflix has been trotting out, this live show features comic DeRay Davis talking about dating and the showbiz life as a black man.

Available 11/14 on: Netflix


Mudbound (2017) 97%

Carey Mulligan and Jason Clarke star in Dee Rees’ Netflix original film about two Mississippi farming families struggling to eke out livings for themselves on opposite sides of a social barrier.

Available 11/17 on: Netflix


Marvel's The Punisher: Season 1 (2017) 67%

John Bernthal stars Netflix’s Marvel series as Frank Castle, a.k.a. the Punisher, a vigilante who discovers a criminal conspiracy in New York that extends beyond the bounds of his city.

Available 11/17 on: Netflix


Jim & Andy: The Great Beyond - Featuring a Very Special, Contractually Obligated Mention of Tony Clifton (2017) 94%

This Netflix original documentary hones in on Jim Carrey’s time shooting the film Man on the Moon, which prompted him to transform himself into the persona of famed comedian Andy Kaufman.

Available 11/17 on: Netflix


Spirit: Riding Free: Season 3 (2017)

This Netflix original children’s animated series based on the Oscar-nominated film Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron follows the adventures of a city girl named Lucky who moves to the country and befriends a wild horse.

Available 11/17 on: Netflix


November 20 – November 26

Piranha 3-D (2010) 74%

Adam Scott, Elisabeth Shue, and Jerry O’Connell star in Alexandre Aja’s remake of Joe Dante’s original 1978 film about a lakeside community terrorized by prehistoric maneating fish.

Available 11/20 on: Netflix


Saving Capitalism (2017) 100%

This Netflix original documentary follows former Secretary of Labor Robert Reich as he travels the US and reports on the country’s shifting economy.

Available 11/21 on: Netflix


Godless: Miniseries (2017) 85%

Jack O’Connell, Jeff Daniels, and Michelle Dockery star in this Netflix original limited series about an 1880s outlaw on the trail of a former partner who betrayed him and fled to New Mexico.

Available 11/22 on: Netflix


She's Gotta Have It: Season 1 (2017) 85%

This Netflix original comedy based on the 1986 Spike Lee film of the same name centers on a woman trying to juggle a relationship with three different men.

Available 11/22 on: Netflix


Cuba And The Cameraman (2017) 100%

Documentarian Jon Alpert pulled together footage and material from over four decades of covering Cuba through the lens of three families affected by Fidel Castro’s regime for this Netflix original documentary.

Available 11/24 on: Netflix


November 27 – November 30

Broadchurch: Season 3 (2017) 98%

David Tennant and Olivia Colman star in this British crime drama about a pair of detectives investigating the mysterious death of a young boy and the effect the murder has on the surrounding community.

Available 11/27 on: Netflix


Glitch: Season 2 (2017) 80%

This Netflix original import from Australia centers on six individuals who suddenly appear in a cemetery with no memory and a detective who attempts to solve the mystery.

Available 11/28 on: Netflix


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