November 2003 was an exciting month for moviegoers, as several highly-anticipated films were released.
Full list of the best movies released in November 2003:
- “The Matrix Revolutions” – The third instalment in the highly popular “Matrix” franchise directed by the Wachowskis and starring Keanu Reeves as Neo, the chosen one who battles against the machines.
- The movie concludes the epic story with intense action and mind-bending visual effects. (IMDb rating: 6.7, Rotten Tomatoes rating: 35%)
- “Elf” – A Christmas comedy directed by Jon Favreau and starring Will Ferrell as Buddy, a human raised by elves at the North Pole who travels to New York City to find his real father. The movie has since become a holiday classic, loved by audiences of all ages. (IMDb rating: 6.9, Rotten Tomatoes rating: 84%)
- “Love Actually” – A romantic comedy directed by Richard Curtis and featuring an ensemble cast including Hugh Grant, Emma Thompson, and Colin Firth.
- The movie tells multiple intertwined stories of love during the holiday season in London. It has become a beloved classic since its release. (IMDb rating: 7.6, Rotten Tomatoes rating: 63%)
- “Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World” – An epic historical drama directed by Peter Weir and starring Russell Crowe as Captain Jack Aubrey, who battles against a French warship during the Napoleonic Wars.
- The movie was praised for its attention to detail and realistic portrayal of naval warfare. (IMDb rating: 7.4, Rotten Tomatoes rating: 85%)
- “The Missing” – A Western thriller directed by Ron Howard and starring Cate Blanchett and Tommy Lee Jones as a mother and father searching for their kidnapped daughter. The movie was praised for its suspenseful storytelling and strong performances. (IMDb rating: 6.5, Rotten Tomatoes rating: 58%)
- “Timeline” – A sci-fi adventure directed by Richard Donner and based on the novel by Michael Crichton, about a group of archaeology students who travel back in time to medieval France. The movie was a box office disappointment, but has since gained a cult following. (IMDb rating: 5.6, Rotten Tomatoes rating: 11%)
Overall, November 2003 offered a diverse range of movies that catered to different tastes and preferences. From sci-fi epics to Christmas comedies and historical dramas, there was something for everyone to enjoy.