Almost everything new on Paramount+ for the month of November was made available to movie lovers on Monday. And it continues the trend with Showtime delivering most of the best movies at the higher tiers of Paramount+.
That doesn’t bode well for us, so when compiling our picks for three underrated movies on Paramount+ that you need to watch in November, we made sure to pick movies that are available on all levels. Our picks include a black comedy Christmas classic, an epic romance and a harrowing journey to reunite a family based on a true story.
Bad Santa (2003)
This year is the 20th anniversary bad santa, and it’s a film that truly lives up to its title. Billy Bob Thornton’s Willie T. Sokey isn’t just a bad Santa, he’s a bad person. Every year, Willie and his partner, Marcus Skidmore (Tony Cox), are hired as Santa and an elf at a shopping mall, so they can use their newfound access to rob their employers. But this year, Willy’s drunken actions at work are alienating Marcus as well.
A redeeming factor for Willie is that he genuinely cares for Thurman Merman (Brett Kelly), a young boy who believes he is actually Santa Claus. But in Willy’s line of work, his feelings of charity and goodwill could get him killed.
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Cold Mountain (2003)
2023 is also the 20th anniversary cold Mountain, a Civil War-era epic romance about William “WP” Inman (Jude Law) and Ada Monroe (Nicole Kidman). Their courtship is interrupted by the war between North and South and William joins the Confederacy. But after facing his death on the battlefield and receiving a heartfelt letter from Ada, William decides to give up and return to his true love.
Meanwhile, a friend of the family, Ruby Thewes (Renée Zellweger), helps Ada keep her farm running. However, Ada and Ruby face some serious dangers of their own, forcing them to rely on each other to survive.
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Rabbit-proof fence (2002)
The United States isn’t the only country with a history of treating its native inhabitants horribly. For decades, Australia had a policy that removed Aboriginal children from their parents. rabbit Proof Fence It tells a true story of the Stolen Generations era, when young sisters, Molly Craig (Everlyn Sampi) and Daisy Craig Kadibil (Tiana Sainsbury), and their cousin, Gracie Fields (Laura Monaghan) are taken from their families. Is.
AO Neville (Kenneth Branagh) tries to force the girls to acclimatise to their new surroundings, but they refuse. Instead, the girls run away and use Australia’s famous “rabbit-proof fence” as a guide to find their home, which is more than 1,000 miles away. Unfortunately for the girls, Moodu Tracker (David Gulpilil) is hunting them to prevent them from reuniting with their families.
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