15 Best Movies You Can See in Theaters on Thanksgiving

Including Frozen 2, A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood, and 21 Bridges.
Thanksgiving Day brings the entire family together under one roof, and although that may already sound a little bit overwhelming, there’s nothing quite like enjoying turkey, stuffing, and pie with your loved ones.

While you continue finalizing the Thanksgiving dinner menu and begin to shop for all the ingredients needed to create an unforgettable meal, you’ll probably start to wonder what other activities everyone can do together. Of course, you can all curl up on the couch and watch classic Thanksgiving movies or stream more recent releases on Netflix, but if you simply don’t have the space, there’s also the option to head out to the movie theaters.

From historical to comedy to animated, the movie selection for Thanksgiving Day 2019 at the theaters will get your family’s approval, although there may be multiple polls taken to watch only one. So, before asking everyone to put on their coats and pile into the car, learn all about the 15 movies coming out in theaters just in time for Turkey Day.

The Must-See Movies of Thanksgiving Weekend 2019
The summer movie season has all of the big action, but we’re just as fond of the fall movie season, as the film world turns more serious again. Thanksgiving week is a particular bright spot, as the family holiday means the week has become home to some of the best movies of the year.

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Thanksgiving 2019 will be particularly good. We’ve got one of the most anticipated animated sequels, an inspiring true story, two suspenseful dramas and one out-of-left-field choice we can’t wait to see. Here are the best films of Thanksgiving week in 2019.

A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood

It’s a soft-spoken tale from the past as Tom Hanks plays renowned children’s TV host Fred Rogers. Directed by Marielle Heller (CAN YOU EVER FORGIVE ME?), the film focuses on the friendship between Rogers and Lloyd Vogel (Matthew Rhys, “The Americans”), a character based on real-life journalist Tom Junod. When Vogel first meets with the host of “Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood,” he’s jaded and skeptical, but he soon learns that Fred Rogers’ kindness is no act. (November 22)

Frozen II

The original FROZEN directors, Chris Buck and Jennifer Lee, return for the long-awaited sequel, which explores the origins of Elsa’s powers and takes all of the characters to new lands. Expect to meet some new magical creatures and fall in love with new songs from Oscar®-winning songwriters Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez. Idina Menzel, Kristen Bell, Jonathan Groff and Josh Gad all return, too, making FROZEN II the season’s biggest family reunion! (November 22)
21 Bridges

Directed by Brian Kirk (“Game of Thrones”), 21 BRIDGES stars Chadwick Boseman as Andre Davis, an NYPD detective who puts all of Manhattan on lockdown in order to apprehend a pair of cop killers. But as the night unfolds, Davis begins to have some deep questions about who he’s pursuing and why, and the line between cops and criminals is increasingly blurred as a massive and unexpected conspiracy is revealed. (November 22)

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Queen & Slim

In the AMC Artisan Film QUEEN & SLIM, Jodie Turner-Smith and Daniel Kaluuya play the title characters, who are pulled over while out on their first date. One thing leads to another, there is a moment of violence, and the two are soon on the run. The violence, however, was caught on video, and it has spread all over the internet, turning Queen and Slim into symbols of fear and grief for people all over the nation. Melina Matsoukas (Beyoncé’s “Formation”) directs from a script by Lena Waithe. (November 22)

Knives Out

Some family reunions don’t go well. The combative members of the Robinson family have gathered to celebrate their patriarch’s birthday… but the old guy ends up dead. Two detectives (Daniel Craig and Lakeith Stanfield) come calling to investigate, and they get a very unwelcome reception. Chris Evans, Michael Shannon, Ana de Armas, Jamie Lee Curtis, Don Johnson, Toni Collette and Christopher Plummer all co-star in this homage to classic Agatha Christie mysteries, written and directed by Rian Johnson (STAR WARS: THE LAST JEDI). (November 27)

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