On Screen: November 2020

Catch these flicks to complete 2020’s unique entertainment.

By Yong Shu Chiang      7 November 2020


Out: 21 Oct, Netflix

Stars: Armie Hammer, Lily James, Kristin Scott Thomas

Based on a 1938 novel of the same name, this psychological thriller sees a naive young woman (James) swept off her feet by a handsome widower (Hammer). After a whirlwind romance, she moves into her new husband’s estate where the sinister housekeeper, Mrs Danvers (Scott Thomas), reminds her of her predecessor, Rebecca, and the mysterious circumstances of her

On The Rocks

Out: 23 Oct, Apple TV+

Stars: Rashida Jones, Marlon Wayans and Bill Murray

A young mother (Jones) who is approaching middle age worries that her marriage is losing its spark as her husband (Wayans) starts spending more time at work. Her playboy dad (Murray), informed by his own experiences and impulsive nature, suggests that things are not as innocent as they seem. He then cajoles his daughter into joining him on a quest to follow her husband and get to the bottom of things.

Warrior S2

Out: Oct-Nov, HBO Go

Stars: Andrew Koji, Jason Tobin and Olivia Cheng

A crime drama set in San Francisco’s Chinatown in the late 19th century, this show revolves around a martial arts prodigy, Ah Sahm (Koji), who arrives from China to become a power player in the battle for dominance between rival factions. As a hatchet man for the Hong Wei gang, he has secret ambitions to unseat his boss while going against his own sister, the leader of a rival gang.


SAFRA Tampines Upgrades

Fresh from an improvement, this clubhouse celebrates the new milestone with much fanfare.

Never The Twain Shall Meet?

As two disparate food cultures, Spanish tapas and Asian hotpot could not be more different. Or are they?

Master Commander

Ruminations of National Service and fatherhood.