What to watch on Netflix in November

The great thing about Netflix is the rotating content, and while some of our favorites have come and gone, luckily new movies have appeared to keep us entertained for hours. And while some of these might not fall into the top film category, or even the famous “Netflix and chill”, they have earned their place in being unique and quality films worth watching.

Last Days in Vietnam
2014 ‧ War/Historical Documentary ‧ 1h 38m
Synopsis: In the final weeks of the Vietnam War, American servicemen and others begin the difficult mission of evacuating as many friends, family members and South Vietnamese collaborators as possible before Saigon falls to the North Vietnamese.

The Last Time You Had Fun

2014 ‧ Drama/Comedy ‧ 1h 22m
Synopsis: Clark and Will meet Alison and Ida in a wine bar, and the foursome sets out to have as much fun as four dysfunctional adults are capable of having.

The Diplomat
2015 ‧ Biography/Documentary ‧ 1h 44m
Synopsis: The Diplomat is a documentary film released in 2015 which features Ambassador Richard Holbrooke, “a young foreign service officer in Vietnam in the early 1960s”, whose career continued for fifty years.



The Gunman
2015 ‧ Mystery/Crime film ‧ 1h 55m
Synopsis: Eight years after fleeing the Congo following his assassination of that country’s minister of mining, former assassin Jim Terrier (Sean Penn) is back, suffering from PTSD and digging wells to atone for his violent past. After an attempt is made on his life, Terrier flies to London to find out who wants him dead — and why.

Back in Time

2015 ‧  Documentary, Family, History  ‧ 95m
Synopsis: Cast, crew, and fans explore the classic time-travel trilogy’s resonance throughout our culture 30 years after Marty went Back in Time.