We hope you love the movies we recommend! Just so you know, BuzzFeed may collect a share of sales or other compensation from the links on this page. Oh, and FYI — ticket prices are accurate and in stock as of time of publication. 1. Harriet (Nov. 1) View this video on YouTube Focus Features The film follows the titular hero, Harriet Tubman (Cynthia Erivo), as she escapes slavery and aids so many others in obtaining liberation via the Underground Railroad. Sporting an incredible cast — including the likes of Leslie Odom Jr., Janelle Monáe, Vanessa Bell Calloway, Clarke Peters, and Joe Alwyn — this is sure to be an emotional, empowering, and overall incredible watch!Get your Fandango or Atom tickets. 2. Terminator: Dark Fate (Nov. 1) View this video on YouTube Paramount Pictures Sarah Connor (Linda Hamilton) and the T-800 (Arnold Schwarzenegger) are back and more badass than ever before after they're forced to team up in order to protect a young girl from a wacky new Terminator from the future who has the ability to liquify itself. It's. WILD. Y'all. Also, Linda Hamilton's arms make me feel safe.Get your Fandango or Atom tickets. 3. Doctor Sleep (Nov. 8) View this video on YouTube Warner Bros. In the long-awaited sequel to Stephen King's beloved The Shining, Danny Torrance (Ewan McGregor) is all grown up and still dealing with some real creepy stuff. Struggling with alcoholism and haunted by what he witnessed at the Overlook Hotel when he was a young boy, his life is thrown back into chaos when he meets a teenager with the same "shine" gift he possesses. Spooky!Get your Fandango or Atom tickets. 4. Last Christmas (Nov. 8) View this video on YouTube Universal Pictures THE HOLIDAY SEASON IS OFFICIALLY UPON US, which is even more evident with the existence of this year's first holiday rom-com being theatrically released! After Kate (Emilia Clarke) has a string of comically bad luck, she gets a job as an elf at a department store where she meets Tom (Henry Golding), who may or may not be a ghost? A spooky holiday ghost? Anyway, please take all my money now.Get your Fandango or Atom tickets. 5. Charlie's Angels (Nov. 15) View this video on YouTube Sony Pictures This is the reboot we all need and deserve, to be completely honest with you. The film — which is written by AND directed by AND starring icon Elizabeth Banks — sees the classic team-up (Kristen Stewart, Naomi Scott, and Ella Balinska), but with a modern, technologically-advanced twist. Also, if I could have this soundtrack pumped directly into my veins, that'd be great, thanks!Get your Fandango or Atom tickets. 6. A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood (Nov. 22) View this video on YouTube Sony Pictures Entertainment This is it. This is the definition of "dream casting." WE DID IT, EVERYBODY. Based on the real-life friendship that developed between journalist Tom Junod — renamed Lloyd Vogel (Matthew Rhys) for the film — and everyone's favorite neighbor, Mr. Rogers (Tom Hanks), this one is sure to make you SOB. I mean, just looks at him in that sweater...I need a hug.Get your Fandango or Atom tickets. 7. Frozen II (Nov. 22) View this video on YouTube Disney The long-awaited sequel to the wildly popular 2013 classic is FINALLY here, and all of our favorite characters are back for another adventure! This time, the story will see Elsa questioning WHY she has her powers in the first place after she hears a familiar voice calling to her from beyond. I guess you could say I just can't ~let it go~. The film will also feature a brand new soundtrack filled with songs I'm sure we'll be hearing for the next six years.Get your Fandango or Atom tickets. 8. Queen & Slim (Nov. 27) View this video on YouTube Universal Pictures The film — which was written by the unbelievably talented Lena Waithe — follows Queen (Jodie Turner-Smith) and Slim (Daniel Kaluuya), who find themselves on the run from the law after their first date ends in an unexpected, violent confrontation with a police officer, whom Slim shoots in self-defense. While originally trying to lay low, the two become symbols of the state of our society after a video of the event goes viral online. Please just...give this all the Oscars now, OK?Get your Fandango or Atom tickets. 9. Knives Out (Nov. 27) View this video on YouTube Lionsgate The story is simple enough: A famous mystery author (Christopher Plummer) dies under ~odd~ circumstances during his 85th birthday celebration, and absolutely EVERYONE in proximity to the house is a suspect. While the story may be simple, the cast is ABSOLUTELY WILD, with Daniel Craig, Chris Evans, Ana de Armas, Jamie Lee Curtis, Michael Shannon, Don Johnson, Toni Collette and Lakeith Stanfield. Seriously, this movie has so many stars, it's going to accidentally create its own galaxy.Get your Fandango or Atom tickets. Which November 2019 movie are YOU looking forward to the most?! Did we miss your favorite? Sound off in the comments below!