Movies Coming Out November 18, 2022

Friday, November 18

She Said

Two-time Academy Award® nominee Carey Mulligan and Zoe Kazan star as New York Times reporters Megan Twohey and Jodi Kantor, who together broke one of the most important stories in a generation— a story that helped propel the #Metoo movement, shattered decades of silence around the subject of sexual assault in Hollywood and altered American culture forever.
Brad Pitt, Samantha Morton, Megan Ellison, Jeremy Kleiner, Maria Schrader, Carey Mulligan, Zoe Kazan, Dede Gardner
Drama Adaptation True Story
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The Menu

Set in the world of high-end culinary culture, a young couple visits an exclusive destination restaurant on a remote island where the acclaimed chef has prepared a lavish tasting menu, along with some shocking surprises.
John Leguizamo, Judith Light, Ralph Fiennes, Anya Taylor-Joy, Nicholas Hoult, Mark Mylod, Janet McTeer, Adam McKay
Comedy Thriller Satire

There There

Lennie James, Angela Bedekovic, Molly Gordon, Jason Schwartzman, Andrew Bujalski, Lili Taylor
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The People We Hate at the Wedding

The film follows struggling American siblings Alice (Kristen Bell) and Paul (Ben Platt), who reluctantly agree to attend the wedding of their estranged, wealthy half-sister (Cynthia Addai-Robinson) in the English countryside alondside their mother, Donna (Allison Janney). Over the course of the wedding week, the family's many skeletons are wrenched from the closet, and the unlikely reunion gives everyone the motivation to move their own lives forward. A modern wedding comedy for anyone with a slightly dysfunctional family (everyone), or anyone who's been forced to attend a wedding they tried to avoid (also everyone).
Kristen Bell, Allison Janney, Isaach de Bankolé, Claire Scanlon, Dustin Milligan, John Macmillan, Tony Goldwyn, Jorma Taccone
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Bad Axe

Bad Axe captures a closely knit Asian-American family living in a rural Michigan community as they now fight to keep their American dream alive. As owners of a local prominent restaurant, they reckon with a global pandemic, racial tensions, and generational scars from Cambodia’s “killing fields.”
David Siev
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Friday, November 18