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Here’s What’s Coming Soon to Streaming and Theaters

Tired of critics raving about film festival titles that you haven’t yet had a chance to see? This holiday season will bring many of the year’s most acclaimed films to theaters and streaming, from Jane Campion’s “The Power of the Dog,” which will be available both ways, to the Thai director Apichatpong Weerasethakul’s “Memoria,” which is forgoing home viewing altogether. There will also be fresh takes on enduring classics of the stage: Steven Spielberg does “West Side Story,” while Joel Coen adapts Shakespeare in “The Tragedy of Macbeth.”

This is a highly select list of noteworthy films due out this season. Release dates are subject to change and reflect the latest information as of deadline. (Movies that have already opened in theaters but are coming soon to streaming — like “Passing,” “Red Notice” and “Violet” — aren’t included.)

THE DRUMMER Danny Glover plays a Vietnam veteran and lawyer who works at a coffee shop that serves as a gathering place for other vets. With attention and activism, he helps them work through post-traumatic stress. Eric Werthman directed. (Nov. 9 on demand)

CLIFFORD THE BIG RED DOG Can a dog be too big or too red — or too real? Early images from this live-action movie, which is based on Norman Bridwell’s beloved children’s book character, have raised the question of whether photorealism suits a large rouge canine. (Nov. 10 in theaters and on Paramount+)

UPPERCASE PRINT The Romanian filmmaker Radu Jude (who also directed “Bad Luck Banging or Loony Porn” — see below) is responsible for this look at where the country stood in the 1980s under the dictator Nicolae Ceausescu. The time period is seen through the lens of both a play based on the work of an activist who scrawled slogans in public areas and through television from the time. (Nov. 10 in theaters and on

3212 UN-REDACTED This documentary from the ABC News investigative reporter James Gordon Meek delves into what happened when four American soldiers were killed in Niger in 2017. The film challenges a Pentagon investigation that placed the bulk of the blame on junior officers. (Nov. 11 on Hulu)

APEX Bruce Willis plays a former police officer who will be spared from a prison sentence if he survives being the prey in a hunt in the latest riff on “The Most Dangerous Game.” (Nov. 12 in theaters and on demand)

BELFAST A boy (Jude Hill) grows up against the backdrop of the Troubles in Northern Ireland. The film is said to be a personal project for Kenneth Branagh, who wrote and directed, and who was born in Belfast in 1960. The film also stars Caitriona Balfe, Judi Dench and Jamie Dornan. In September, it won the audience award at the Toronto International Film Festival, indicating that it’s a crowd-pleaser. (Nov. 12 in theaters)

CUSP The directors Parker Hill and Isabel Bethencourt capture three Texas teenage girls’ alternately lyrical and harrowing experiences of adolescence. A.O. Scott called the film a “deceptively dreamy-looking, unflinchingly tough-minded documentary” when it played at the virtual Sundance Film Festival this year. (Nov. 12 in theaters, Nov. 26 on Showtime)

A HERO Asghar Farhadi (the Oscar-winning “A Separation”) shared the second-place Grand Jury Prize at Cannes for his latest morality play, which follows the complications that ensue as a man (Amir Jadidi) works to avoid returning to prison for a debt. The film will have an awards-qualifying run in New York and Los Angeles before opening in January. (Nov. 12 in theaters)

HOME SWEET HOME ALONE This revival of the “Home Alone” franchise finds Archie Yates (the friend in “Jojo Rabbit”) stepping into the Macaulay Culkin role and Ellie Kemper and Rob Delaney as the crooks trying to break into his house. (Nov. 12 on Disney+).