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Saturday 25 November 2017

Check Out The Movies In Theaters For Thanksgiving Weekend To Help You Embrace That Food Coma

Check Out The Movies In Theaters For Thanksgiving Weekend To Help You Embrace That Food Coma

With Thanksgiving weekend finally upon us, it's time to shove our faces full of turkey, stuffing, and pumpkin pie until we fear we might explode. And although this holiday is about family time and giving thanks, let's be serious; it's mostly about eating. 
So what better way to embrace your food coma than with a little outing to your local theater? There are lots of great flicks out right now, so put on your stretchy pants, get comfy, and tune into the following films. 


This heartwarming Pixar film follows the story of 12-year-old Miguel, a boy who longs to become a musician like his great-great-grandfather. The only problem? Music has been banned in Miguel's family for generations. 

Murder on the Orient Express

Based on the 1934 novel by Agatha Christie, this mystery follows the plight of a detective as he attempts to solve a murder on the famous European train, The Orient Express, in the 1930s. With an all-star cast that includes Kenneth Branagh, Johnny Depp, Leslie Odom Jr., and Michelle Pfeiffer, you won't want to miss this one. 

Thor: Ragnarok

The third movie in the Thor series, this film follows Thor's struggles to escape from the alien planet Sakaar so that he can rescue Asgard from Hela and the impending Ragnarök. The only thing you really need to take away from all of that? Chris Hemsworth plays Thor. 'Nuff said.

The Florida Project

This heartwarming drama follows the tale of six-year-old Moonee and her outspoken, free-spirited mother, Halley, who live in a budget hotel called "The Magic Castle." The film follows the pair over the course of a summer as Halley struggles to protect and provide for her daughter. 


This drama starring Julia Roberts, Owen Wilson, and Jacob Tremblay is equal parts tearjerker and heartwarming. The film follows the story of a fifth-grade boy named Auggie with a rare medical facial difference as he struggles to navigate middle school. 

Lady Bird 

This comedy/drama follows the story of a high school senior who goes by the name Lady Bird. The film focuses on her strained relationship with her overbearing mother as well as other people in her life, while Lady Bird dreams of moving away from her stifling life in Sacramento. 

Justice League

Based on the classic DC comic, the Justice League is a team of superheroes that band together to take on evil. This Justice League consists of the infamous Batman, Wonder Woman, Aquaman, Cyborg, and the Flash.

Call Me By Your Name

Set in the 1980s, this coming of age drama/romance follows the story of 17-year-old Elio, who finds himself growing increasingly close to a charming doctoral student working as an intern for Elio's father.

A Bad Moms Christmas

This sequel to Bad Moms follows three overworked, underappreciated moms who are approaching the biggest "mom event" of the year: Christmas. When the moms decide to rebel against their holiday duties, chaos is bound to ensue. 

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