A&E — 14 November 2013
Brandon Clutter
Staff writer
  • “Planes, Trains & Automobiles”

Neal Page is a businessman trying to get home to New York to his family in time for Thanksgiving. On the way though, a blizzard and many other things turns his 1 hour 45 minute flight to New York into a frantic various vehicle three day disaster filled road trip with a crazy shower ring salesman. Starring Steve Martin and the late John Candy.

  • “A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving”

Charlie Brown and his friends are at it again, as Charlie hosts a Thanksgiving dinner, while Snoopy and Woodstock host their own. On the way to their grandmother’s, the story of the first Thanksgiving is told.

  • “Pieces of April”

April Burns is the oldest child of her estranged family, and after finding out her mother has breast cancer, she invites her family to her home for what seems to be their mother’s last Thanksgiving meal. The story consists of three journeys: April’s preparation for the meal, the family’s trip to April’s and April’s boyfriend Bobby trying to find a suit to impress her family. Starring Katie Holmes and Patricia Clarkson.

  • “Hannah and Her Sisters”

This 24 month tale between two Thanksgivings tells of Hannah and her two sisters, in which her husband has an affair with Hannah’s sister Lee, and Hannah’s ex-husband rekindles his past relationship with her other sister, Holly. Starring Mia Farrow, Barbara Hershey, Dianne West, Michael Caine and many other notable stars.

  • “Home for the Holidays”

Claudia Larson is an art restorer that loses her job, right after having a make out session with her soon to be boss, and flies home to have Thanksgiving dinner with her crazy family, while her only child Kitt stays home with her boyfriend. Claudia then worries for Kitt, who reveals her plan to have sex with her boyfriend for the first time. Starring Holly Hunter, Robert Downey Junior and Claire Danes.

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