Thanksgiving is a day for family, friends and good times. It’s a day that should be remembered long after it’s over. A good movie is a perfect way to end a day of feasting, shopping, and family fun, and can make your Thanksgiving Day one to remember. Sometimes finding the perfect movie, especially on a day like Thanksgiving, can be a challenge.
With that said, below are the top picks for movies to see this Thanksgiving Day, to make your holiday a little easier.
Thanksgiving Day Movie Pick #3: Creed
This isn’t just another Rocky movie, and it may be just what die-hard Rocky fans have been waiting for. This is the latest installment of the Rocky series starring Sylvester Stallone, playing the legendary Rocky Balboa himself and Michael B. Jordan, playing the son of Apollo Creed. Rocky isn’t stepping into the ring in this movie, he’s coaching Apollo’s son, Adonis Creed, who’s haunted by his father’s death. The movie’s filled with lots of hard-hitting action that’s sure to keep Rocky fans on their feet.
Thanksgiving Day Movie Pick #2: The Peanuts Movie
This is a film that everyone can enjoy without having to worry about the kids seeing too much violence, inappropriate actions or hearing bad language. It’s for the young and the young at heart. Though most young people won’t grasp much of what Peanuts is all about as far as its history goes, they’ll still be able to relate to this timeless story of first crushes and ethical dilemmas. The Peanuts Movie is a refreshing change to the typical evil villains and destruction of Earth stories that’re common in today’s movies. This G-rated film can be fun for the entire family.
Thanksgiving Day Movie Pick #1: The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2
The last movie pick for Thanksgiving Day and it’s the last movie in The Hunger Games series, and probably the best. This movie is great for teens and adults who’re fans of the previous movies and books. Mockingjay Part 2 is a story of war and rebellion filled with roller-coaster action scenes and emotional twist and turns. The Hunger Games, Mockingjay Part 2 is sure to make this a Thanksgiving at the box office, one to remember.
These are just a few of the movies that will be in theaters this Thanksgiving, but they’re definitely worth watching. Long after the turkey is gone and the shopping’s over, spending time reliving the best parts of a good movie are timeless Thanksgiving memories that’re not easily forgotten.