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Your Movie Streaming Guide For the Week of November 13 – 19, 2022

(L-R) FLORENCE PUGH as Alice and HARRY STYLES as Jack in New Line Cinema’s “DON’T WORRY DARLING,” a Warner Bros. Pictures release. Courtesy of Warner Bros. Pictures

There’s a wide variety of new features streaming this week, including multiple critically acclaimed documentaries. Here’s what to watch the week of November 13, 2022:

Don’t Worry Darling

The controversial film is streaming now on HBOMax.

In the 1950s, Alice and Jack live in the idealized community of Victory, an experimental company town that houses the men who work on a top-secret project. While the husbands toil away, the wives get to enjoy the beauty, luxury and debauchery of their seemingly perfect paradise. However, when cracks in her idyllic life begin to appear, exposing flashes of something sinister lurking below the surface, Alice can’t help but question exactly what she’s doing in Victory.

Falling For Christmas

The much-anticipated Lindsay Lohan return is now on Netflix.

A young, newly engaged heiress has a skiing accident in the days before Christmas. After she is diagnosed with amnesia, she finds herself in the care of the handsome cabin owner and his daughter.

My Father’s Dragon

Catch the beautifully animated feature streaming on Netflix.

Elmer, who is having trouble adjusting to his new life, decides to set out to find a wild island and rescue a young dragon. His adventures will lead him to encounter ferocious beasts, discover a mysterious place and make a new friendship.

Say Hey, Willie Mays!

Catch the sports documentary now on HBO Max.

From the Negro League to Major League Baseball, Willie Mays becomes one of America’s first Black superstars to help erode racial barriers and move the sport forward.

Is That Black Enough For You?!?

This documentary on black cinema is streaming now on Netflix.

Film critic Elvis Mitchell examines the craft and power of African American films released from the landmark era of the 1970s.

Fire of Love 

The explosive documentary is available on Disney+.

Intrepid scientists and lovers Katia and Maurice Krafft die in a volcanic explosion doing the very thing that brought them together, unravelling the mysteries of volcanoes by capturing some of nature’s most explosive imagery.

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