Thanksgiving has arrived, and that means only one thing: turkeystuffingcranberry saucebiscuitsgravypumpkin pie movies! If you get tired of seeing your extended family over the long weekend -- or if you want to experience the joys of theatergoing with your brood -- Hollywood is here to help. A ridiculous seven films hit theaters this weekend, including 'The Muppets,' 'Hugo' and 'Arthur Christmas.' Which film will rule the roost? Let's discuss ahead in the Weekend Movie Preview.
Based on 41 critics

An orphan (Asa Butterfield) embarks on a quest to unlock a secret left to him by his father. Read More

December 10, 2016
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A Dangerous Method
Based on 41 critics

Dr. Carl Jung treats Sabina, a beautiful and unbalanced patient, using the methods of Sigmund Freud. Read More

The Artist
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The use of sound in cinema affects two silent-film stars in different ways. Read More

Based on 35 critics

A veteran cop (Woody Harrelson) asserts his own code of justice on the streets. Read More

The Muppets
Based on 37 critics

The Muppets and their human fans stage a telethon to save Muppet Studios. Read More

Arthur Christmas
Based on 32 critics

Santa's youngest son (James McAvoy) undertakes an urgent Christmas mission. Read More

December 7, 2016
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My Week With Marilyn
Based on 38 critics

A production assistant introduces Marilyn Monroe to the pleasures of British life. Read More

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