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Here are the movies in theaters over Thanksgiving, so start making those long-weekend plans

The best part about Thanksgiving — other than that clutch afternoon couch nap, of course — is all the options. There’s stuffing, cranberry sauce, your aunt’s famous mashed potato casserole at the dinner table and a ton of exciting movies to choose from in theaters. Better yet, Thanksgiving weekend is basically the unofficial start of awards season so the big-screen offerings tend to crank things up a notch, and this year is no exception.

From Pixar’s latest animated flick, to big-budget blockbusters, to Oscar-courting indies everybody’s talking about, the cinematic feast studios have been cooking up for the occasion may just be as, if not more, satisfying than the actual feast we’ll be downing on Thursday. With that, here are just a few of the movies you and your family and friends can check out this weekend. Now, if we could only figure out how to sneak our leftover pumpkin pie into the theater…


In the grand Pixar tradition, Coco is getting rave reviews for its heartfelt story and the eye-popping universe it explores. Based on Mexican holiday Dia de Muertos (Day of the Dead), the story follows 12-year-old Miguel, his smiling skeletal ancestors, and his dog pal Dante as they journey across the Land of the Dead.

Lady Bird

From everything we’ve heard, this indie dramedy starring Saoirse Ronan is straight FIRE. Roseanne‘s Laurie Metcalf plays a frustrated mom with a tense relationship with her angsty teenage daughter, Ronan’s titular Lady Bird. It looks super relatable and charming, plus we’re all about embracing female-focused stories like the one writer-director Greta Gerwig is telling here.

Murder on the Orient Express

Classic Agatha Christie murder mystery + scenic and old-school train travel + Judi Dench and Daisy Ridley AND Josh Gad with a jaunty little mustache? Count us in.

Thor: Ragnarok

If you like your superhero

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