This year, the holiday season is all about Steven Spielberg. The two-time Oscar winner for Best Director, who belongs on any short list of the greatest living directors, has two films hitting theaters within four days -- this after not releasing a film since 'Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull' in May of 2008. Out Christmas is 'War Horse,' Spielberg's adaptation of Michael Morpurgo's World War I-set novel about a young boy, his loyal horse and the strength of friendship and love in the face of terrible conflict. If that doesn't sound like the type of light-hearted film fare you can bring your whole family to over the long weekend, there's also 'The Adventures of Tintin,' a motion-capture spectacle that just might be the best Indiana Jones film that Indiana Jones never made.
The Adventures of Tintin
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Young reporter Tintin acquires a model ship that contains a clue about a hidden treasure. Read More

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