Happy Thanksgiving from Cinematical! There's a bevy of new movies out in theaters this weekend competing with the recent releases. Family fare, for those looking for something to occupy housefuls of visiting children, includes Bee Movie, August Rush and Enchanted. Options for the grownups are pretty varied -- there's Stephen King's The Mist (hey, nothing like a good horror flick about blood-thirsty creatures descending on a town to liven up Thanksgiving -- why not drag all those annoying relatives out to that one to show them just how bad Thanksgiving could be), or perhaps your family would rather see This Christmas, a little family drama/comedy centered around the holidays. There's also comedy Fred Claus, and Russell Crowe and Denzel Washington in American Gangster. For the indie-minded, we have The Savages(Laura Linney and Philip Seymour Hoffman as dysfunctional sibs dealing with their dad's dementia) in limited release, as well as Oscar-buzzed No Country for Old Men andI'm Not There (aka that Bob Dylan flick).

Lots of choices out there folks ... what do you and your family plan to see this weekend?