After your family is done enjoying turkey and , curl up on the couch with a holiday flick that reminds you to be thankful.
Watching the antics Steve Martin's quirky, high-strung character must endure — just to make it home for Thanksgiving dinner with his family — will leave your sides aching.
Time between two Thanksgivings are apparently just enough days for an unusual love triangle to form. The protagonist Hannah's husband falls in love with her sister, Lee. Meanwhile, Lee's ex-husband sets out to date the third sister, Holly.
Charlie Brown and his gang never fail to give us the warm and fuzzies, so of course you should curl up for this installment Charles Schulz's holiday TV specials.
The final stop of this crazy, hilarious adventure is Dutch Dooley's girlfriend's Thanksgiving dinner — but he can only make it after agreeing to pick up her son from his prep school, who is a littler, err, difficult.
Combining two old neighbors (who haven't gotten along ever since they were children) with a mutual love interest makes for one interesting storyline — and one funny Thanksgiving scene.
Try not to fall in love with the adorable heroine of this John Hughes film, who assists a homeless man in conning people for food and shelter (you'll be extra thankful for that big Thanksgiving meal after watching).