The Best Movies Leaving HBO Max In November 2020

Act quickly, because a whole bunch of great titles are leaving HBO Max in November, and November is very soon! Like...a week away soon. So you better get off your butt and then get back on your butt as you sit on your couch and watch these movies. Here are the best movies leaving HBO Max in November 2020.

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All The President's Men

Once upon a time, journalists could write a series of stories about presidential corruption and – get this! – the stories could bring down the president. That's right! The stories actually mattered, unlike today, where we get approximately 10 billion damning news stories about our current president and absolutely nothing changes, because we live in hell. Alan J. Pakula's masterful All the President's Men features Robert Redford and Dustin Hoffman as Woodward and Bernstein, the Washington Post reporters who blew the lid off of Watergate and brought down Richard Nixon in the process.


Another great paranoid thriller leaving HBO Max next month: JFK, Oliver Stone's fantastic examination of the John F. Kennedy assassination. Kevin Costner is New Orleans District Attorney Jim Garrison, who strives to root out the conspiracy behind the assassination. To be clear: Stone's movie is bullshit from beginning to end. He gets almost nothing right here, factually. But that's okay! The film is so brilliantly made – pieced together with all sorts of alternating styles of footage, and loaded with great performances – that we can forgive Stone's nonsense.

Malcolm X

Malcolm X

Spike Lee's magnificent biopic of Malcolm X features a career-best performance from Denzel Washington as the activist and Nation of Islam spokesman. The sprawling film follows Malcolm X from his childhood, his young adulthood as a petty criminal, his conversation to the Nation of Islam, his falling-out with the organization, and his assassination. It's a must-see movie, so if you haven't seen it yet, get on that ASAP.Movie Tattoos


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Before The Devil Knows You're Dead

Sidney Lumet's final directorial effort is a bleak, brilliant exploration of a crime gone horribly wrong. Ethan Hawke and Philip Seymour Hoffman are two very different brothers caught up in a messy situation involving a robbery of the jewelry store their family owns. Twisty, intense, and a masterclass of great performances, this is the type of adult-driven drama that we need more of.

Movies Leaving HBO Max in November 2020

November 4:

Aquaman, 2018 (HBO)

November 5:

Rolling Stone: Stories From The Edge, 2017 (HBO)

Signs, 2002 (HBO)

November 25:

Lady Day At Emerson's Bar & Grill, 2016 (HBO)

November 26:

All Def Comedy, 2017 (HBO)

November 30:

24/7: Kelly Slater, 2019 (HBO)

All The President's Men, 1976

Anastasia, 1997 (HBO)

Badlands, 1973

Batman Begins, 2005

Before The Devil Knows You're Dead, 2007 (HBO)

Blinded By The Light, 2019 (HBO)

The Bodyguard, 1992

Bridesmaids, 2011 (Unrated Version) (HBO)

Bridget Jones's Baby, 2016

Cat On A Hot Tin Roof, 1958

Charlotte's Web, 1973

Cheech & Chong's Up In Smoke, 1978

Chicago, 2002

Child's Play 2, 1990 (HBO)

Child's Play 3, 1991 (HBO)

Commando, 1985 (Director's Cut) (HBO)

The Conversation, 1974

The Dark Knight, 2008

Dave, 1993

Deliverance, 1972

Dog Day Afternoon, 1975

Election, 1999

Ella Enchanted, 2004

Father Of The Bride, 1950

Going The Distance, 2010

Good Boys, 2019 (HBO)

The Haunting, 1999

JFK, 1991

The Kitchen, 2019 (HBO)

Little Shop Of Horrors, 1986 (Director's Cut) (HBO)

Malcolm X, 1992

The Mask, 1994

Marathon Man, 1976

Pearl Harbor, 2001 (Director's Cut) (HBO)

The Pelican Brief, 1993

Roger & Me, 1989

Sky High, 2005 (HBO)

Son Of The Mask, 2005

Stuber, 2019 (HBO)

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, 1990

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2, 1991

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 3, 1993

TMNT, 2007

Who's Afraid Of Virginia Woolf?, 1966