7 New Movies To Watch This Week On Netflix, HBO Max, Hulu, And More (November 1-7)

This week’s best new movies on streaming services feature a ton of star-power. headlining, Enola Holmes 2 marks the return of Millie Bobby Brown and Henry Cavill as mystery-solving siblings.

This time, Enola (Brown) is trying to start her own business. And since her brother is already the household name in town, she struggles. It is not clear if he will take a place on our list of best movies on netflix.

netflixThe other big release of the week is a real detective documentary about a startup focused on “orgasmic meditation”. The group is under investigation by the FBI for prostitution, sex trafficking and more.

HBO Maxoffer to retain the title of best streaming service comes from a recent theatrical release, See How They Run. It’s a comedic murder mystery starring Sam Rockwell and Saoirse Ronan. We’ll see if that makes our list of best HBO Max movies.

Meanwhile, First video ask that you don’t worry, honey, and just watch Harry Styles’ latest attempt at acting. Oh, and Jennifer Lawrence stars in Causeway, a grief film that has a chance of landing on our list of best apple tv plus movies.

Need more? Be sure to check out our list of new movies and shows to watch this weekend. And you can fill your calendar with the new movies and shows to watch in November 2022 on all the top streamers.

Enola Holmes 2 (Netflix)

Enola Holmes (Millie Bobby Brown) breaks into the family business on her own and realizes something She-Hulk recently learned. Women struggle when their male counterpart is already the familiar face of the family. But luckily Mrs. Holmes has her own case, as a little girl who worked in a match factory has gone missing.

The case seems to lead her to a conspiracy involving high society, and Enola also crosses paths with Sherlock’s current case. Now that the world of Enola Holmes has been set with the first chapter, this sequel seeks to improve the formula as our hero grows more confident as his skills grow.

To watch netflix (opens in a new tab) Friday (November 4)

Causeway (Apple TV Plus)

When a movie stars Jennifer Lawrence and Brian Tyree Henry, I almost don’t even have to know what it’s about. But Causeway also tells an important story, as Jennifer Lawrence plays Lynsey, a soldier who returns to civilian life in New Orleans. Back home, she struggles to rehabilitate – while dealing with a brain injury caused by an IED blast. Fortunately, she finds solace in the fog of pain through her friendship with James (Henry), who is dealing with his own past trauma.

To watch Apple TV Plus (opens in a new tab) from Friday (November 4)

Orgasm Inc. (Netflix)

Netflix loves its documentaries, and its latest is all about self-love — and controversial CEO Nicole Daedone. Founder of OneTaste, a sexuality-focused company that preached the value of “orgasmic meditation,” Daedone is currently under investigation by the FBI. Famous in health and wellness culture, Daedone has made headlines with its focus on female orgasm. They even sold $50,000 subscriptions. But then the stories of former members seemed too close to prostitution. Now OneTaste is under investigation by the FBI for sex trafficking, labor violations and more.

Watch it on netflix (opens in a new tab) from Sunday (November 6)

My Policeman (Prime Video)

My Policeman, a film told at two points in time – showing its characters in Britain in the 1950s and 1990s – is our last chance to see if pop icon Harry Styles has a viable future as a actor. Adapting the book by Bethan Roberts, the book follows its titular cop Tom (Styles), teacher Marion (Emma Corrin) and museum curator Patrick (David Dawson). The drama between the three revolves around a fractured marriage between Tom and Marion.

To watch HBO Max (opens in a new tab) from Friday (November 4)

God Forbid: The sex scandal that brought down a dynasty (Hulu)

It all finally came crashing down for Jerry Falwell Jr., a titan of the religious-industrial complex with ties to Donald J. Trump. And so we’re not surprised that executive director Adam McKay (The Big Short, Vice) has produced God Forbid, a documentary that examines the chaos of the Falwell family. While the Falwell family presented a primitive and appropriate look to the public, their backstage escapades and sex scandals tell a different story. And God Forbid gives us the sordid details straight from the mouth of Giancarlo Granda – a pool attendant who had a 7-year relationship with Becki Falwell – the wife of Jerry Jr.

To watch Hulu (opens in a new tab) now (released today, November 1)

See how they work (HBO Max)

This week’s big theatrical release that is finally heading to streaming is See How They Run, starring Sam Rockwell, Saoirse Ronan and Adrien Brody. This cop comedy follows the murder of sleazy American director Leo Köpernick (Brody), followed by Inspector Stoppard (Rockwell) and Constable Stalker (Ronan). Leo was killed off after begging to direct an adaptation of mystery queen Agatha Christie’s play The Mousetrap, which makes the movie all the more meta. The film thrives on the obvious enjoyment Rockwell and Ronan have in their roles, and it’s the directorial debut of director Tom George, best known for directing the BBC comedy This Country.

To watch HBO Max (opens in a new tab) now (released today, November 1)

The Independent (Peacock)

Logan Roy versus Peacemaker? The Independent, a new political thriller coming to Peacock, offers just that. Brian Cox plays Nick Booker, an iconic journalist trying to unpack a conspiracy related to the US presidential election. This election reveals independent candidate Nate Sterling (John Cena) standing in the way of the first female president (played by Ann Dowd). In the above, Cox berates a young reporter (Jodie Turner-Smith) who appears to have violated the ethics of reporting.

Watch it on Peacock (opens in a new tab) tomorrow (November 2)

Alfonso E. Cramer