Once you're stuffed full of turkey and pumpkin pie, you don't have much energy for anything other than watching a good movie. This weekend, there are a handful of great films playing in theaters throughout the area.
Here are the top movies you can take everyone to see, including the youngest kids and grandma and grandpa.
Ralph Breaks the Internet
The sequel to Wreck-It Ralph follows Ralph and Vanellope von Schweetz into the World Wide Web. Full of timely references and funny quips for the whole family, the film has already received its fair share of praise from critics, so it's sure to be a hit over the holiday weekend.
This funny film takes the myth of the Yeti and turns it on its head. Migo is a Yeti who never knew humans existed, but when he is banished from his home and stumbles across a stray hiker, he's forced to embark on an epic journey. Cute and positive, Smallfoot will bring a smile to anyone's face.
The Nutcracker and the Four Realms
There's nothing more seasonal than The Nutcracker, and this unique adaptation stars Keira Knightley and several other talented cast members. It's a perfectly whimsical holiday film, although it does lack dazzling choreography or any traditional elements of the ballet.
Dr. Seuss' The Grinch
You already know the story of the grumpy green man who lives on Mount Crumpet, but why not hear it again as Christmas approaches? The producers of Despicable Me have put a new spin on Whoville, and the Grinch is played by an actor we all know and love: Benedict Cumberbatch.
Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald
Many people have lamented the changes in the Wizarding World of Harry Potter over the years, but that hasn't stopped people from enjoying this new part of Newt Scamander's story. See the beginning of Dumbledore's story and plenty of magical creatures as heroes battle a wizard who's gone bad.
What movies are you going to watch over Thanksgiving weekend? Let us know in the comments!