Holiday TV Viewing Guide

Here's a rundown of all the premieres, specials, finales, live events, TV movies, and more to keep you glued to the small screen this season.

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Feasts for the Senses: Movies for Food Lovers

It's the time of year to break bread and raise a drink with loved ones. From Julie & Julia and Le Chef to Ratatouille, we're serving up the films sure to whet your movie appetites.

Sample some our favorite films about food

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The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2” led a crowded field of box office contenders heading into the Thanksgiving holiday. The final film in the popular futuristic series nabbed $13.7 million on Wednesday, pushing its domestic haul to $183 million. But two other films threatened to dethrone the ... See more »

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Indie Focus: Get Lost in 'The Forest'

A young American woman, Sara (Natalie Dormer), journeys to a haunted Japanese forest in search of her missing twin sister.

Holiday Movies on Amazon Video

For your Thanksgiving viewing pleasure, we suggest watching A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving, Planes, Trains, & Automobiles, or Pieces of April on Amazon Video. We have some more holiday recommendations, too.

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Did You Know?

The Lady in the Van

With the exception of Richard Griffiths, who died in 2013, the entire principal cast of Alan Bennett's play The History Boys (which was subsequently made into a film with the same actors) appear in the film. Frances de la Tour plays Ursula Vaughan Williams, Bennett's neighbor, while Samuel Anderson, Samuel Barnett, Stephen Campbell Moore, Dominic Cooper, James Corden, Sacha Dhawan, Andrew Knott, Clive Merrison, Jamie Parker and Russell Tovey all appear in minor roles. The two films have a total of 20 cast and crew members in common.

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As of Thanksgiving weekend 2014, these are 35 US domestic box office winners of Thanksgiving opening Weekends (1982-2014). Which film is your favorite? Discuss here after voting.

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