The It List: ‘Beautiful Day’ could earn Tom Hanks first Oscar nom in 19 years, ‘Frozen 2’ is finally here, journey through Dolly Parton’s discography with ‘Heartstrings’ and the best in pop culture the week of Nov. 18, 2019

The It List: ‘Beautiful Day’ could earn Tom Hanks first Oscar nom in 19 years, ‘Frozen 2’ is finally here, journey through Dolly Parton’s discography with ‘Heartstrings’ and the best in pop culture the week of Nov. 18, 2019

A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood opens in theaters on Nov. 22; visit Fandango or Atom Tickets for showtime and ticket information.‘ data-reactid=”20″>A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood opens in theaters on Nov. 22; visit Fandango or Atom Tickets for showtime and ticket information.

Frozen 2?” for at least a couple years now? We know it’s not just us. The long-awaited sequel to Disney’s 2013 box office hit/ubiquitous pop culture phenomenon finally hits theaters this weekend, and we’re glad to report it’s just as fun, funny, sweet and charming as the original — which of course is excellent news for parents who will soon be destined (sentenced?) to watch it on repeat on Disney+. The follow-up finds Elsa (Idina Menzel), Anna (Kristin Bell) and friends searching for answers when a supernaturally powered storm threatens Arendelle, leading them to an enchanted forest where the sources of Elsa’s powers will ultimately be revealed. And before you can ask, yes, the film does also live up to its predecessor in the musical department: Expect the single “Into the Unknown” to have a hypnotic, “Let It Go”-esque hold over your little ones. — Kevin Polowy” data-reactid=”26″>Raise your hand if your children have been asking “How long ‘til we can see Frozen 2?” for at least a couple years now? We know it’s not just us. The long-awaited sequel to Disney’s 2013 box office hit/ubiquitous pop culture phenomenon finally hits theaters this weekend, and we’re glad to report it’s just as fun, funny, sweet and charming as the original — which of course is excellent news for parents who will soon be destined (sentenced?) to watch it on repeat on Disney+. The follow-up finds Elsa (Idina Menzel), Anna (Kristin Bell) and friends searching for answers when a supernaturally powered storm threatens Arendelle, leading them to an enchanted forest where the sources of Elsa’s powers will ultimately be revealed. And before you can ask, yes, the film does also live up to its predecessor in the musical department: Expect the single “Into the Unknown” to have a hypnotic, “Let It Go”-esque hold over your little ones. — Kevin Polowy

Steel Magnolias actress Dolly Parton offers this entry into the field of heartwarming holiday programming. The eight-episode anthology series features stories from some of Parton’s catalog of songs, acted out by stars including Kathleen Turner and Ginnifer Goodwin, and featuring her music, new and old. Both “Jolene” and “Two Doors Down” are the basis of episodes. Netflix teases that the show offers “the Dolly music you love, the stories you’ve been waiting for,” ranging from “love stories and inspirational tales to family dramas, westerns and revenge comedies.” Yes, please! — Raechal Shewfelt‘ data-reactid=”37″>Fresh off her gig hosting the 2019 CMAs, country music legend and Steel Magnolias actress Dolly Parton offers this entry into the field of heartwarming holiday programming. The eight-episode anthology series features stories from some of Parton’s catalog of songs, acted out by stars including Kathleen Turner and Ginnifer Goodwin, and featuring her music, new and old. Both “Jolene” and “Two Doors Down” are the basis of episodes. Netflix teases that the show offers “the Dolly music you love, the stories you’ve been waiting for,” ranging from “love stories and inspirational tales to family dramas, westerns and revenge comedies.” Yes, please! — Raechal Shewfelt

Download on iTunes; buy on CD/vinyl at Amazon.‘ data-reactid=”44″>Download on iTunes; buy on CD/vinyl at Amazon.

Jedi: Fallen Order is available for PS4, Xbox One and PC at Amazon.‘ data-reactid=”51″>Jedi: Fallen Order is available for PS4, Xbox One and PC at Amazon.

Farscape: The Complete Series is available on Amazon.‘ data-reactid=”58″>Farscape: The Complete Series is available on Amazon.

Hala opens in limited release on Nov. 22 — visit Fandango for showtime and ticket information — and will be available to stream on Apple TV+ starting Dec. 6.‘ data-reactid=”69″>Hala opens in limited release on Nov. 22 — visit Fandango for showtime and ticket information — and will be available to stream on Apple TV+ starting Dec. 6.

Becoming: A Guided Journal for Discovering Your Voice is available to purchase on Amazon.‘ data-reactid=”80″>Becoming: A Guided Journal for Discovering Your Voice is available to purchase on Amazon.

Forgetting Sarah Marshall and Neighbors but more recently has veered into more kid-friendly entertainment with Storks and The Muppets; it’s directed by Muppets helmer and Flight of the Conchords creator James Bobin. So Lost City of Gold comes packed with laughs, particularly of the fish-out-of-water variety as a wilderness-raised Dora briefly adjusts to life at a suburban American high school. A jungle adventure with her new friends awaits, though, and the film, which cleverly incorporates in-jokes and winks from assorted Dora IP, never relents in its entertainment value. Turns out we learned something: Dora deserved her own movie after all. — K.P.” data-reactid=”90″>With our sincerest apologies to Dora the Explorer, we didn’t expect a live-action take on the beloved Nickelodeon toon to exactly prove a treasure. But the August release, starring an effervescent Isabela Merced as our young heroine, turned out to be one of the biggest surprises of the summer movie season, and now moves to home entertainment this week for further discovery and repeat viewings. In retrospect it shouldn’t have been a shock given the talent behind the camera: The film was co-written by Nicholas Stoller, who’s given us R-rated gems like Forgetting Sarah Marshall and Neighbors but more recently has veered into more kid-friendly entertainment with Storks and The Muppets; it’s directed by Muppets helmer and Flight of the Conchords creator James Bobin. So Lost City of Gold comes packed with laughs, particularly of the fish-out-of-water variety as a wilderness-raised Dora briefly adjusts to life at a suburban American high school. A jungle adventure with her new friends awaits, though, and the film, which cleverly incorporates in-jokes and winks from assorted Dora IP, never relents in its entertainment value. Turns out we learned something: Dora deserved her own movie after all. — K.P.

Amazon.” data-reactid=”96″>Download on iTunes; buy on CD/vinyl at Amazon.

Download on iTunes; buy on CD/vinyl at Amazon.‘ data-reactid=”104″>Download on iTunes; buy on CD/vinyl at Amazon.

Marvel: Crisis Protocol is available from Amazon.‘ data-reactid=”108″>Marvel: Crisis Protocol is available from Amazon.

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