Let's be real: you're going to spend time with your family and your food on Thanksgiving, and you might even watch some #football. But you've got hours and hours and hours to kill, it's getting cold outside and the wide universe of feature films has never been so easily accessible. So spend your Thanksgiving with a few—or all?—of these thematically appropriate movies.
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If only for Wednesday Addams' timeless monologue that derails a Thanksgiving play at Camp Chippewa:
"We can not break bread with you. You have taken the land which is rightfully ours. Years from now, my people will be forced to live in mobile homes on reservations. Your people will wear cardigans, and drink highballs. We will sell our bracelets by the roadsides, you will play golf and enjoy hot hors-d'oeuvres. My people will have pain and degradation; your people will have stick shifts. The gods of my tribe have spoken, they have said, 'Do not trust the pilgrims, especially Sarah Miller. And for all these reasons I have decided to scalp you—and burn your village to the ground."
If we're just playing the odds, chances are you aren't the one who prepared/will prepare Thanksgiving dinner. But if you ate, or are about to eat some dope food, and are feeling culinarily inspired and guilty about your non-contribution, this one—with Meryl Streep as Julia Child—should get you over the edge and into the kitchen.