The November Slate

Happy November!

Let's get to this month's picks!

November 4th: Brooklyn

Saoirse Ronan finally getting notice for her work. If you haven't caught her in How I Live Now, you must!

November 6th: Spectre

Daniel Craig is by far my favorite James Bond so far and I'm so thrilled that Sam Mendes is returning for Spectre!

November 6th: Ellie Goulding's Delirium Album
                                 I've been a fan of Ellie's since the beginning and getting ready for Ellie's new pop-centric album is making me bounce. Listen to it here! Additionally, Ellie and Scarlett Johansson teamed up with American Express to produce a fantastic livestreamed show featuring her new album, which you can check out here. There are few artists where their live performances make the work even better. Ellie is one of those artists for sure.

November 6th: Master of None
                               I've loved Aziz since we first saw him on screen in Parks and Recreation, since then he's popped up in small roles in various films. His persona on social media and his book really have reaffirmed my love of him, so I cannot wait to check out his show. I've heard nothing but great things!

November 13th: One Direction's Made In The A.M.
                                   Guys, you know I had to and, trust me, this album is so lively and fantastic from start to finish. They're my happy place and what a beautiful place it is.

November 20th: The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2

I will cry. It will be devastating, but, oh god, I can't wait. (Update: I cried...heavily.)

November 20th: Marvel's Jessica Jones

Update: I knew that I'd like this series if it was half as good as Daredevil was and holy shit, it's absolutely amazing. Kilgrave is by far the creepiest villain that Marvel has had so far.

November 25th: The Night Before

I'm a sucker for a good Seth Rogen movie (Neighbors was hysterical) and The Night Before looks right up my alley.

November 25th: Creed

Michael B. Jordan is such a huge talent. I've not seen a Rocky film before this, but the acting in this has drawn me right in.

What are your November picks? Hit me with them in the comments!



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