Amazon Prime Video boasts a varied catalog with quality content that will keep you entertained for hours. This article discusses some of the exciting new releases for November.
Invincible (2021) Season 2
Release date: November 3
The second season of Invincible follows the story of Mark Grayson, who in the first installment discovered that he shared the same powers as his father, Omni-Man, the most powerful superhero on Earth. After the shocking outcome of the first season, the second installment of Invincible returns full of action, superheroes, and existential dilemmas. The new season begins after the shocking revelation that Nolan Grayson and the Viltrumites were planning to colonize the planet. The 18-year-old will fight to rebuild his life while facing a series of new threats, and his biggest fear haunts him: becoming his father without even realizing it.
Director: Robert Kirkman and Cory Walker.
Duration: 8 episodes of 45 minutes.
BTS: Yet to Come (2023)
Release date: November 9
Some time ago, the famous South Korean band BTS revealed their plan to release a movie to document their free concert in the city of Busan, South Korea. The purpose of this concert was to support the city's bid for World Expo 2030. This event, which took place at the ASAID Main Stadium, was one of the busiest BTS concerts to date, attracting an audience of over 15,000 people.
BTS, an extremely popular K-Pop Group, is known for having one of the most prominent fandoms in the world. The band is made up of seven members: Jin, Suga, J-Hope, RM, Jimin, V and Jungkook. BTS made their debut on June 13, 2013, with their first song "No More Dream", which has been streamed hundreds of millions of times all around the globe.
Director: Yoon Dong Oh.
Cast: Documentary, featuring the members of BTS.
Duration: 110 minutes.
Call Jane (2023)
Release date: November 9
Call Jane takes place in Chicago in 1968, following the story of Joy (played by Elizabeth Banks). Joy is a housewife, who quietly lives with her husband and daughter, at a time when the city and the country are on the verge of intense political unrest. However, when Joy is faced with an unwanted pregnancy that puts her life at risk, she finds herself without support, as she cannot legally access an abortion. Her search for a solution leads her to a secret network of women led by Virginia (played by Sigourney Weaver), who offers a safe alternative that changes her life.
Director: Phyllis Nagy.
Cast: Elizabeth Banks, Sigourney Weaver, and Kate Mar.
Duration: 121 minutes.
Release date: November 17
In this thriller directed and produced by Michael Bay, Will Sharp, a decorated veteran, finds himself in a desperate situation due to his wife's medical bills. In search of a solution, he turns to the one person he knows he shouldn't turn to: his adoptive brother and seasoned criminal Danny. Danny offers him an opportunity: join the biggest bank heist in the history of Los Angeles, in the hopes of taking off with an incredible $32 million dollars in loot.
With his wife's life at stake, Will can't refuse the offer. However, things get complicated during the escape after the robbery, and the brothers are forced to escape in an ambulance. The ambulance is also transporting a seriously injured police officer, as well as emergency doctor called Cam Thompson. Amid an intense, non-stop chase, Will and Danny must evade a massive deployment of security forces across the city, keep their hostages alive, and somehow try not to harm each other. All of this leads to the most spectacular escape you've ever seen.
Director: Michael Bay.
Cast: Jake Gyllenhaal, Yahya Abdul-Mateen II, Eiza González
Duration: 80 minutes.
Release date: November 21
Bottoms is a queer comedy about the sexual awakening of a group of teenagers. PJ and Josie have been inseparable since their first day at school and are about to graduate this year. The girls, both queer, feel marginalized and perceive themselves as unattractive and different from the conventional stereotype of popular girls they always dreamed of becoming. After an unfortunate encounter with the quarterback of the school's football team, they decide to create a self-defense club. What was initially conceived as a naive plan to meeting more girls, becomes something that neither of them had imagined in their wildest dreams.
Director: Emma Seligman.
Cast: Rachel Sennott, Ayo Edebiri, and Ruby Cruz.
Duration: 92 minutes.
Cobweb is a horror film directed by Samuel Bodin, the creator of Marianne, one of the scariest horror series out there. The plot revolves around Peter, an eight-year-old boy who suffers from a mysterious knocking coming from inside the walls of his room. Despite his parents' insistence that it's no more than a figment of his imagination, Peter's fear grows. The knocks will lead him to suspect that his parents could be hiding a terrible and dangerous secret…
Directors: Samuel Bodin.
Cast: Lizzy Caplan, Antony Starr, and Woody Norman.
Duration: 88 minutes.
The Northman (2023)
Release date: November 25
Amleth, a young prince, is about to reach adulthood when his uncle murders his father and kidnaps his mother. The boy manages to escape from the island on a boat, but he I determined to have revenge. Two decades later, Amleth has transformed into a fierce warrior known as a berserker or úlfheðnar, who is involved in plundering Slavic villages. However, a prophet reminds him of his original promise: to avenge his father, rescue his mother, and kill his uncle. Amleth decides to return to Iceland aboard a slave ship and infiltrate his uncle's estate to fulfill his oath.
Director: Robert Eggers.
Cast: Alexander Skarsgård, Nicole Kidman, and Anya Taylor-Joy.
Duration: 136 minutes.