Thanksgiving is right around the corner and you must be planning to make your Thanksgiving feast an exciting event for yourself and your guests. To make your Thanksgiving feast more exciting you can arrange a movie night for your guests, featuring a Thanksgiving-themed movie.
To get this done, you shouldn’t spend money and get yourself a movie DVD or a projector. All you need to do is lookout for any of these movies using Spectrum Silver package wherein you can find a wide range of movies at an affordable rate. Let’s have a look at different movies that will enhance your Thanksgiving spirit:
Release Year: March 8, 2018
Cast: Ike Barinholtz, Tiffany Haddish, Bruce Boxleitner, Matt Corboy, John Cho, Billy Magnussen, Jon Barinholtz, Nora Dunn, Chris Ellis, Carrie Brownstein, Jay Duplass, Priah Ferguson, Henry Kaufman, Max Greenfield, Meredith Hagner and others
Somewhere in the near future, citizens of America are asked to sign a legal document that is more like a documented swearing of allegiance to the government. An interracial couple named Chris and Kai live with their young daughter. Chris is very disturbed because of this oath and as Black Friday comes right around the corner, the young couple decides to throw a Thanksgiving dinner for their extended family. When the family gets a visit from two agents and they question him about his political views and Chris end up knocking out one of the agents and the other one is with the family tied up. Experience all the turn of events as the family gets through a narrow escape with the agents named Peter and Mason.
IMDb Rating: 5.4
Planes, Trains and Automobiles
Release Year: November 25, 1987
Cast: Olivia Burnette, Steve Martin, Dylan Baker, John Candy, Laila Robins, Kevin Bacon, Larry Hankin, Michael McKean, Lulie Newcomb, Matthew Lawrence, Bill Erwin Ben Stein, Diana Dill, Charles Tyner, Martin Ferrero, Richard Herd and others
The movie is a great depiction of the American Thanksgiving where Neal Page who is a marketing account executive in New York and wants to return to his family living in Chicago for Thanksgiving. The journey becomes a series of eventful incidents that when the flight gets diverted to Wichita as Chicago gets hit by a blizzard and he has to spend some time in Wichita with an uninvited guest named Del and Neal finds it really tough to get along with this individual and Neal tries to get rid of him and finally parts ways at a Chicago “L” station and Neal remembers Del’s comments during the journey. He returns to the station and finds Del sitting alone and reveals that his wife died 8 years ago. Both of them go to Neal’s home where everybody enjoys Thanksgiving Dinner.
IMDb Rating: 7.6
Home for The Holidays
Release Year: November 3, 1995
Cast: Holly Hunter, Claire Danes, Anne Bancroft, Robert Downey Jr., Charles Durning, Steve Guttenberg, Austin Pendleton, Cynthia Stevenson, Geraldine Chaplin, David Strathairn, Dylan McDermott, Emily Ann Lloyd, Zach Duhame and others
Claudia is a single mother who got fired from her job as an art resorter because the company was looking for a cut in their budget. She flies from Chicago to Baltimore to spend Thanksgiving at her parent’s home but her child wants to spend the holiday back home and tells her mother that she wants to stay home and have sex with her boyfriend while dropping at the airport. On reaching her parent’s home, she was greeted by them in an extremely warm way and the next day many other family members land at her place. Things take a wild turn and eventually settle down back home when her daughter decides not to go for things that she planned to do with her boyfriend and things get back to normal when Claudia gets back home.
IMDb Rating: 6.6
Watching any of these movies or all of them after your super cool Thanksgiving dinner is going to make your Thanksgiving a pleasant memory for you and the attendees. You can use a projector to show the movie and take other members of the family on Skype or Facetime conference calls if you are looking forward to host an online event this Thanksgiving.