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The development of the Covid-19 pandemic situation which is getting better in the country has made cinema activities more lively. With an audience quota that has been implemented by the government, 70% specifically for areas affected by PPKM Level 2 & 1, while a 50% quota for PPKM Level 3 & 4. November will see many interesting film releases from various genres. Although, until this article was published, it is still uncertain when The Eternals will be released due to censorship problems. Here are some November cinema films that are ready to be released which seem to be the most awaited by many viewers.

Last Night in Soho

Since presenting what moviegoers now know as the Cornetto Trilogy, Edgar Wright is one of those filmmakers whose works have been highly anticipated. Moreover, in line with expectations, Wright has so far been consistent in providing films that really give high pleasure to the audience. For his big screen career, after presenting Baby Driver, he is back with his newest film, Last Night in Soho. Presenting the premise of a mystery thriller story whose trailer material has aroused high curiosity, even though there are actually many reasons why Last Night in Soho is a must watch, the fact that this is the filmmaker’s latest work, will make many film fans include this title in their viewing agenda. .

old boy

One of the masterpieces of the filmmaker Park Chan-wook has a special presence on the cinema screen. This action drama film, which was originally released in 2003, has been restored to 4K format to again amaze fans of quality films and a rare opportunity to experience firsthand the greatness of Korean films which have had a significant influence not only on the Korean regional scale and in Asia, but also in the film world as a whole. this global.

Ghostbusters: Afterlife

Having received an alternative touch with the presence of a cross-gender version in 2016, the original Ghostbusters saga has revived with its latest installment. Fronted by Jason Reitman, the son of Ivan Reitman who used to direct the two old Ghostbusters films, this film presents a premise that tells the continuation story of what happened to these scientists who later became ghost hunters decades after their last move to save the world from a large-scale supernatural threat. . The nostalgia factor that can be expected from the possibility of the presence of many old players and the possibility of the emergence of the modern Ghostbusters saga which is still directly tied to the old saga is the most tempting attraction not to miss this film.

Venom 2: Let There Be Carnage

This film is a sequel to the first Venom film. Venom, who is the weirdest superhero because of his terrible appearance in character, is loved by everyone for his sense of humor and the incredible superpowers he possesses. This sequel has a lot of thrills to offer as Tom Hardy takes on Woody Harrelson who will play Carnage, who is known as one of the most formidable and vicious symbiotes in the Spider-Man universe, as well as his toughest opponent. One more thing, the leak that this film also contains the possibility of very interesting developments for the continuation of the franchise in the future as well, makes Venom 2, one of the superhero films that is a pity to miss in the second half of 2021.

Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City

Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City is a survival horror film written and directed by Johannes Roberts, adapted from the story of the first and second games by Capcom, and serving as a reboot of the Resident Evil franchise. Raccoon City was once the booming home of pharmaceutical giant Umbrella Corp. The corporate exodus has turned the city into a wasteland, a dying city with great crime thriving beneath the surface. When the evil is unleashed, a group of survivors must work together to uncover the truth behind Umbrella and make it through the night. Starring Kaya Scodelario, Hannah John-Kamen, Robbie Amell, Tom Hopper, Avan Jogia, Donald Logue, Neal McDonough, and Lily Gao.


Encanto is the latest computer-animated November theatrical film by Disney. Directed by Byron Howard and Jared Bush and set in Colombia, Encanto tells the story of a family called the Madrigals, who live in a magical city in the mountains. Every child except one in their magical house has been given unique abilities such as powers or healing powers. Mirabel (Stephanie Beatriz), the only ordinary Madrigal, discovers that magic is threatened and she may be the only one who can save it.

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