Cinema Releases November 3 2017 – Murder On The Orient Express

20th Century Fox’s Murder On The Orient Express is the United Kingdom’s major release, whilst the United State has Thor: Ragnarok which came out in the UK last week. But fear not if neither of those take your fancy there a couple of alternatives you might want to consider.

Let’s take a look at all of the new releases and their movie trailers; here are the cinema releases November 3 2017.

Cinema Releases November 3 2017

A Bad Moms Christmas (Comedy)

Released 3rd November 2017 UK/US (15/R) 120 Mins

  • Starring Mila Kunis; Kristen Bell; Kathryn Hahn;
  • Cheryl Hines; Christine Baranski; Susan Sarandon

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Murder On The Orient Express (Crime, Mystery)

Released 3rd November 2017 UK (12A) 115 Mins

  • Starring Tom Bateman; Kenneth Branagh; Penelope Cruz; Willem Dafoe;
  • Judi Dench; Johnny Depp; Josh Gad; Derek Jacobi;
  • Leslie Odom Jr.; Michelle Pfeiffer; Daisy Ridley

The Killing Of A Sacred Deer (Drama)

Released 3rd November 2017 UK (15) 121 Mins

  • Starring Nicole Kidman; Colin Farrell; Alicia Silverstone;
  • Raffey Cassidy; Barry Keoghan; Bill Camp

LBJ (Drama)

Released 3rd November 2017 US (R) 98 Mins

  • Starring Woody Harrelson; Michael Stahl-David; Richard Jenkins; Bill Pullman

Thor: Ragnarok (Action)

Released 3rd November 2017 US (PG-13) 130 Mins

  • Starring Chris Hemsworth; Tom Hiddleston; Cate Blanchett; Idris Elba; Jeff Goldblum

Top 10 Box Office Films

What movies/films have we all been watching over the last week, time to find out as we take a look at the Top 10 Box Office Films in both the US and UK.


2(1)Tyler Perry’s Boo 2! A Madea HalloweenLionsgate$10,052,608
3(2)GeostormWarner Bros$5,903,428
4(3)Happy Death DayUniversal$5,078,685
5(4)Blade Runner 2049Warner Bros$4,117,395
6NewThank You for Your ServiceUniversal$3,817,700
7(5)Only the BraveSony Pictures$3,502,095
8(6)The ForeignerSTX Entertainment$3,443,433
9NewSuburbiconParamount Pictures$2,840,246
10(7)ItWarner Bros$2,503,338


1NewThor: RagnarokDisney£12,375,804
3(3)The LEGO Ninjago MovieWarner Bros£889,802
4(5)The Death of StalineOne Films£812,288
5(1)Blade Runner 2049Sony Pictures£692,999
6(2)GeostormWarner Bros£659,666
7(6)My Little PonyLionsgate£622,946
8NewBreatheSTX Entertainment£535,675
9(4)Happy Death DayUniversal£434,872
10(7)Kingsman: The Golden Circle20th Century Fox£373,276

Comment by Dr. Loomis – Cinema Releases November 3 2017

Murder On The Orient Express looks the best bet this week in the UK although I do wonder how they will shake up this already well known story.  The US has Thor: Ragnarok and judging by its UK reception it should do exceptionally well. 

Personally I thought it looks pretty awful but then I’m not really a fan of the current trend of conveyor belt superhero movies.