With winter rolling into the nation, there are a selection to top movies hitting cinemas in November that deserve your time and attention.
So get out of the miserable, cold weather and head into a nice cinema to watch...
Paddington 2 - 10th November
The first Paddington film, out in 2014, was a great success, grossing nearly £35 million in the UK and pleasing all ages with its heart-warming and humorous retelling of Michael Bond's classic story about a marmalade-loving bear who sets up home with a middle-class London family.
The sequel returns to Windsor Gardens to see Paddington buy a present for his aunt Lucy's 100th birthday, only to discover it has been stolen and it is up to the bear, along with the Browns, to track down and apprehend the thief.
With Paul King returning to write and direct the sequel, as well as stars Hugh Bonneville, Sally Hawkins, Julie Walters and Jim Broadbent, plus Ben Wishaw as the voice of Paddington, it is lining up to be just as good, if not better than the hugely-successful first film.
Daddy's Home 2 - 24th November
Mark Wahlberg and Will Ferrell teamed up for the riotously funny Daddy's Home in 2015, which saw Ferrell's character battle it out with Wahlberg to be the best dad to Wahlberg's children as their new stepfather.
Having settled their differences at the end of the first movie, the harmony is thrown into chaos again with the arrival of the pair's fathers for Christmas, played by John Lithgow and Mel Gibson.
With the addition of the two great new actors to add to the Ferrell-Wahlberg dynamic, written and directed by Sean Anders, the first movie's director, expect laughs galore from the star-packed comedy.
Justice League - 17th November
Billed as the biggest superhero film of the year, Batman recruits Wonder Woman, Aquaman, Cyborg and The Flash to honour the death of Superman by saving the planet from supervillain Steppenwolf.
After a couple of missteps with Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice and Suicide Squad, the success of Wonder Woman earlier this year has kick-started the DCEU, and things are set to get even bigger with this coming together of its most-famous superheroes.
Ben Affleck and Gal Gadot return to their well-received roles, backed-up by Jason Momoa, Ezra Miller and Henry Cavill, and if it manages to do it as successfully as Marvel's Avengers, should be a massive and incredible superhero bonanza.
Murder On The Orient Express - 4th November
Agatha Christie's classic mystery gets a star-studded update starring the likes of Judi Dench, Michelle Pfeiffer, Daisy Ridley, Johnny Depp and Josh Gad.
Famed detective Hercule Poirot (played by Kenneth Branagh also in directing duties) must investigate the murder of a passenger among the interesting assortment of characters aboard the legendary Orient Express.
With the talent at his disposal, Branagh - an accomplished actor and director - has all the ingredients to put a brilliant new spin on this classic murder mystery which has the potential to be one of the biggest films of 2017.
Battle Of The Sexes - 24th November
Loosely based on the 1973 tennis match between women's champ Billie Jean King and former world number 1 and serial hustler Bobby Riggs.
Emma Stone plays King, in what has been labelled as the best performance of her career, while Carrell, who always delivers, plays her competitive rival.
Already praised after doing the festival circuit, Battle Of The Sexes could become one of this year's surprise hits.
Also out in October
Only The Brave - 10th November
Miles Teller and Jennifer Connolly star in the retelling of the real-life story of Arizona firefighters who battled a deadly and out-of-control wildfire in 2013. [Watch the trailer]
A Bad Moms Christmas - 3rd November
With the first film being a breakout success last year, the moms return for the festive period, with their own overbearing mothers in tow. [Watch the trailer]
Marshall - 1st November
The uplifting true story of Thurgood Marshall - who went on to become the first African-American Supreme Court Justice - as he battles through one of his early career-defining cases. [Watch the trailer]
The Killing of a Sacred Deer - 3rd November
Director of The Lobster, Yorgos Lanthimos returns with a horror-drama which sees a surgeon's life fall apart when he adopts an unusual teenage boy. [Watch the trailer]
Suburbicon - 24th November
George Clooney directs the social satire about a home invasion in a seemingly perfect and idyllic quiet family town. [Watch the trailer]