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Trolls Hol­i­day

Out now

Ring in the hol­i­day sea­son with the Trolls and the Ber­gens! This hol­i­day spe­cial re­unites the al­ls­tar cast of the film, in­clud­ing Anna Ken­drick, Justin Tim­ber­lake, Zooey Deschanel and James Cor­den, as their char­ac­ters em­bark on a fes­tive new jour­ney to cre­ate new hol­i­days.

Love Ac­tu­ally

Out now

It’s been fif­teen years since Richard Cur­tis’ fes­tive an­thol­ogy on the many as­pects of love warmed our hearts, and the film’s in­ter­con­nected tales still res­onate to this day, fea­tur­ing an en­sem­ble cast in­clud­ing Hugh Grant, Liam Nee­son, Colin Firth, Keira Knight­ley, Laura Lin­ney and Alan Rick­man.

The Mun­sters’ Scary Lit­tle Christ­mas

Out now

It’s been over 20 years since the good-na­tured mon­strosi­ties of

brought the tra­di­tions of Tran­syl­va­nian Christ­mas to the world (and ac­ci­den­tally trans­ported Santa Claus to the Mun­ster Man­sion shortly be­fore Christ­mas), and now you can en­joy the fes­tiv­i­ties all over again.

Juras­sic World: Fallen King­dom

Out now

In this fifth in­stal­ment of the film fran­chise, Owen Grady (Chris Pratt) and Claire Dear­ing (Bryce Dal­las Howard) re­turn to Isla Nublar to save the di­nosaurs from an im­pend­ing vol­canic erup­tion, all while deal­ing with a black market con­spir­acy and the ter­ri­fy­ing new hy­brid In­do­rap­tor.

Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again

Out now

The se­quel to the hit ABBA mu­si­cal re­turns to the is­land of Kalokairi as So­phie (Amanda Seyfried) strug­gles with her mother’s (Meryl Streep) legacy and deals with her es­tranged grand­mother (Cher). This “Sing-Along Edi­tion” in­cludes on­screen lyrics to the mu­si­cal num­bers and deleted song scenes.

Charles Bradley

Out Novem­ber 9

Soul icon Charles Bradley passed away last year, but his mu­sic lives on with this post­hu­mous al­bum. This fi­nal dis­patch from the “Scream­ing Ea­gle of Soul” fea­tures un­re­leased record­ings from across Bradley’s ca­reer, in­clud­ing seven orig­i­nal tracks and cov­ers of songs by Nir­vana, Neil Young and Ro­driguez. Out now

was ap­par­ently not enough for Cana­dian singer-song­writer Matt Mays, who has re­vis­ited the 13 tracks of the 2017 al­bum and given them new, stripped-down ar­range­ments, de­scribed as the “hang­over on Sun­day” equiv­a­lent to

night record.” “Satur­day

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