November and December Movies Not to Miss

This week the Liv Avenida apartments blog in Chandler, AZ, recognizes the need we all have at times, especially the holidays, to sit back, relax, and enjoy a good show. If you’re looking to see a new movie for the holidays, be sure not to miss these blockbusters coming out in November and December.




Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them

November 18, 2016

Get your wands ready as you prepare to immerse yourself in the wizarding world once again. This movie isn’t a story about the Boy Who Lived; it’s the beginning of a new era, set in 1920s New York. Follow Newt Scamander (the author of the textbook, Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, which Harry Potter and his friends later use) and his adventures with American wizards, witches, and non-magical folks (called No-Majs) finding the beasts that escape Newt’s mysterious magical suitcase. J. K. Rowling wrote the script, so it’s sure to be good.



November 23, 2016

Experience history as you watch Disney’s first Polynesian princess, Moana, set sail to find a demigod and save her family and her village. Adventure is sure to come in spades in this story: while the ocean is itself a character and a friend to Moana, there are many dangers she and the legendary demigod, Maui, experience in their epic journey across the ocean.




Rogue One: A Star Wars Story

December 16, 2016

The latest Star Wars installment keeps up with the tradition of (sort of) being a prequel, but this time it’s a spinoff, and the events happen chronologically before the old movies, episodes four through six. The events take place before episode four, A New Hope. Rebel fighter Jyn Erso (Felicity Jones) is on a mission to steal the plans to the Death Star so the Rebellion can later destroy it. You won’t want to miss this exciting addition to the Star Wars universe.



December 21, 2016

Aurora and Jim (Jennifer Lawrence and Chris Pratt), two passengers aboard a spacecraft, awake from their hibernation 90 years too early in the middle of their journey to life on another planet. They must work together to save the thousands of other sleeping passengers when they find out their ship is in danger.


These, of course, aren’t the only movies coming out in November and December. What movies are you most excited to see? Leave a comment with your suggestions so we can put them on our list!