Thanksgiving weekend is almost over and you might still be looking for a movie to watch. I have to apologize for not completing the MovieSisters.com Top Ten Thanksgiving movie list. I actually hard a hard time finding ten movies to include, so here are 7-9 of the top 10!
I am going to finish the list with some Thanksgiving themed movies, that are not necessarily for the family, but after the little kids have passed out they might be a good choice.
Check these out:
Home for the Holidays
A dark comedy about a dysfunctional family getting together for Thanksgiving.
Sounds like many of my Thanksgiving memories . . .
Starring: Holly Hunter, Robert Downey Jr., Anne Bancroft, and Charles Durning.
|HOME FOR THE HOLIDAYS New Sealed DVD Holly Hunter||US $6.27||14d 23h 26m|
Paul Newman Stars in this heartwarming story of a family brought back together on the Thanksgiving Holiday. Also starring Bruce Willis, this film is about family reconciliation, and small town Blue Collar America. Paul Newman was nominated for an Oscar for his role.
|NOBODY'S FOOL (1994) ~Like New DVD~ Paul Newman, Jessica Tandy OUT-OF-PRINT||US $22.99||23d 19h 21m|
Imagine Celebrating Thanksgiving with four families of different ethnicities. . .That is the backdrop for What's Cooking? from 2000. An emotional comedy/drama with a Latino, African-American, Jewish, and Vietnamese family celebrating Thanksgiving together in Los Angeles, and actually cooking the meal as they go. Along the way they discuss many hot-button issues such as immigration, interracial romance, class prejudice and more. A great ensemble cast includes Mercedes Ruehl, Julianna Margulies, Kyra Sedgwick, Dennis Haysbert and Alfre Woodward.
|What's Cooking?, New DVD, Joan Chen, Julianna Margulies, Mercedes Ruehl, Victor||US $13.39||17d 22h 1m|