Favorite Thanksgiving films to watch with family and friends

Box Office Leaders

Thor: The Dark World PG13 Thor reunites with Jane Anderson to battle an ancient race led by Malekith intent on destroying the universe.

The Best Man Holiday R College friends re-unite after 15 years as rivalries and romances started to ignite in this modern day comedy.

Last Vegas PG13 Four senior citizens head to Vegas to celebrate their friend’s wedding and re-discover their youth and friendships.

Free Birds PG In this animated comedy, two turkeys travel back in time to change the course of history and the Thanksgiving menu.

Bad Grandpa R Jackass TV chronicles the road trip of an 86 year old grandpa and his willing companion, his 8 year old grandson.

Gravity PG13 A spacewalk turns to disaster when the shuttle is destroyed leaving two astronauts tethered to each other in deep space.

Ender’s Game PG13 A brilliant combatant is trained by the best to fight a hostile alien race, the Formics, who wish to annihilate Earth.

12 Years a Slave R Based upon the autobiography of Solomon Northup, a free man is abducted in Washington D.C. and forced into slavery.

Captain Phillips PG13 The first US flagged cargo ship seized in over two hundred years is hijacked by Somalian pirates in this true story.

About Time R A young man time travels to win his future wife and perfect their life, but life still has its surprises and potential tragedies.

Also Playing in Theaters: All Is Lost, Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 2, The Counselor, Enough Said, Escape Plan, How I Live Now, Prisoners, Spinning Plates.

New in Theaters- November 29

The Hunger Games: Catching Fire PG13 While on a Victor’s Tour of the districts, Katniss senses a rebellion taking place at the Capitol. Stars: Jennifer Lawrence, Josh Hutcherson, Liam Hemsworth, Lenny Kravitz

Delivery Man PG13A low achiever fathered 533 children 20 years ago through a fertility clinic and now 142 are suing to find his identity. Stars: Vince Vaughn, Chris Pratt, Cobie Smulders, Britt Robertson

Also Playing: Bettie Page Reveals All – Contracted – Narco Cultura – Philomena

New on DVD – November 26

Red 2 PG13 Elite operatives re-unite with retired Black-Ops CIA agent Moses to track down a new generation portable nuclear device.

Jobs PG13 Bio-pic explores the genius of Steve Jobs, an incredible entrepreneur, inventor, and co-founder chairman and CEO of Apple.

Foreign, Classics, Documentaries, and more

Beyonce: Life Is but a Dream, Wolf Children, The Watsons Go to Birmingham, Red Obsession, Canyons, Big Star: Nothing Can Hurt Me, Unhung Hero, Secret Life of Predators, Undressing Israel, Why We Ride, Inside the American Mob, Le Joli Mai, Please Kill Mr. Know It All, Battle Ground, How Sherlock Changed the World, Journey to Ithaka, American Meat, Applause, The Gardener of God, Old Dogs & New Tricks, Gangway, Head over Heels, Left Luggage.

Animation: The Kings of Christmas, Accel World Set 1, Cutie Honey (complete series).

TV Series: Breaking Bad (Final Season), Murdoch Mysteries season 6, Impractical Jokers s1, Diagnosis Murder s6, Poirot series 10.

Film 101 – Home for Thanksgiving

Here are some great family homecoming films to snuggle up and enjoy with your family. Have a wonderful Thanksgiving.

All You Need (Kellie Martin)

Alvin’s Thanksgiving Celebration (animated)

Charlie Brown Thanksgiving (animated)

Desperate Crossing-Untold Story of the Mayflower

Dutch (Ed O’Neill)

The Family Stone (Dermot Mulroney)

Garfield’s Thanksgiving (animated)

Hannah and Her Sisters (Woody Allen)

Home for the Holidays (Holly Hunter)

The House of Yes (Parker Posey)

Inside Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade

Love Finds a Home (Sarah Jones)

An Old-Fashioned Thanksgiving (Jacqueline Bisset)

One Special Night (James Garner)

Pieces of April (Katie Holmes)

Planes, Trains, and Automobiles (Martin/Candy)

Squanto: A Warrior’s Tale (Adam Beach)

Waltons: Homecoming

Waltons: A Thanksgiving Reunion

What’s Cooking? (Joan Chen)

Winnie the Pooh: Season of Giving

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