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Thursday, November 25, 2021

My List Of Movies for Thanksgiving!

 

🍂3 Thanksgiving Movies to Prep You for the Holidays🦃

 




Today I want to talk about my personal top ten Thanksgiving movies to watch.

But so you all have any personal favorites? Do you celebrate Thanksgiving? What was your holiday experience like? Comment down below and share the post if you enjoyed it: 

A Charlie Brown Christmas




This movie remains an unquestioned holiday classic 50 years after its debut, and everyone remembers Linus waiting on Halloween to get a glimpse of a certain jack-o’-lantern in It’s the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown. But there’s another Peanuts holiday special that has never seemed to garner the same level of love. We should all be a lot more thankful for A Charlie Brown Thanksgivingbecause it’s a touching tribute to one of America’s best days. Here are five reasons Charlie Brown’s turkey day special shouldn’t be overlooked.

Quintessential Thanksgiving Factor: Watching Woodstock and Snoopy pull apart a wishbone and eat a piece of pumpkin pie together.

Best Quote: "I haven't even finished eating all of my Halloween candy!" — Sally Brown

 The Blind Side



Writer and director John Lee Hancock (The Rookie) has adapted this true sports story from a book by Michael Lewis. Michael Oher now plays for the Baltimore Ravens and as we see in this inspirational story of his life, the source of his transformation is the love, appreciation, support, and counsel of his adoptive mother — Leigh Anne Tuohy. Sandra Bullock carries this film with her nuanced, emotionally powerful, and compelling performance. Her experience illustrates a key spiritual lesson: giving to others reverberates back to the giver, deepening and enriching her life. The film also challenges us redefine the meaning of family values.

The Blind Side is an unabashedly feel-good movie, and it deserves a large and attentive audience. Hancock again signals to us that engaging sports stories can deliver spiritual messages that speak to all of us.

Quintessential Thanksgiving Factor: Loving, and humble movie that you can watch with the whole family!

Best Quote: “Any fool can have courage. But honor, that's the real reason for you either do something or you don't. It's who you are and maybe who you want to be.” Quinton Aaron

Garfield’s Thanksgiving



So there aren’t many Thanksgiving classics, or even much modern specials or movies out there.  With A Charlie Brown ThanksgivingGarfield’s Thanksgiving is one of the few cartoons (special or even movie) honoring the holiday, so if you want a holiday special you’re this is a great option. 

Garfield’s Thanksgiving is a rather nice episode that feels a lot like the Garfield cartoon.  


Best Quote: "Do you see that, Odie?  Tomorrow is Thanksgiving.  That's the day people celebrate having food by eating as much of it as possible!  Yes, that's the day people try to eat every turkey, pumpkin and cranberry on the face of the earth.  It's a tradition.  And you know how I LOVE tradition!"

-Garfield explaining Thanksgiving to Odie.




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