Happy Thanksgiving weekend! As you enjoy loads of leftovers, lay back and relax by watching the must-see films and series released over the four-day weekend. Whether you’re hitting the movie theaters or streaming from home, a wealth of captivating flicks are at your disposal. Bones & All, Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery, The Estate and The Fabelmans are currently playing in theaters, while The Wonder, Enola Holmes 2, and See How They Run are available to stream from home. Read more about all, below.
GOING OUT: In Theaters
Bones and All
Timothée Chalamet has reunited with his Call Me By Your Name director, Luca Guadagnino, for Bones & All — a romantic drama based on the 2015 novel of the same name by Camille DeAngelis. It’s a coming-of-age story of a disenfranchised young couple, Lee (Chalamet) and Maren Yearly (Taylor Russell), as they embark on a cross-country journey where they develop a taste for human flesh.
The couple have to confront their respective terrifying pasts and determine whether their love is strong enough to make it through their differences. The screenplay was written by frequent Guadagnino collaborator David Kajganich, and the supporting cast is filled with the director’s favorites including Call Me By Your Name’s Michael Stuhlberg, We Are Who We Are’s Chloë Sevigny and Francesca Scorsese, as well as Mark Rylance, André Holland, and Jessica Harper.
The film initially debuted at the Venice Film Festival is in theaters now. It will be available to stream exclusively on Amazon Prime soon.
Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery
The highly anticipated follow-up to Rian Johnson’s 2019 smash hit Knives Out, is Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery. It follows a brigade of wealthy friends who receive an invitation to tech billionaire Miles Bron’s (played by Edward Norton) private Greek island. When someone turns up dead, famed Southern detective Benoit Blanc (portrayed by Daniel Craig) travels to Greece to take the case.
Starring an A-list ensemble, from Kate Hudson, Janelle Monáe, and Kathryn Hahn, to Leslie Odom Jr., Jamie Lee Curtis, and Madelyn Cline, Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery is currently in theaters and drops on Netflix Dec. 23.
Growing up in post-World War II Arizona, a young Sammy Fabelman falls in love with movies after his mom and dad (portrayed by Michelle Williams and Paul Dano) take him to see The Greatest Show on Earth. Sammy shoots for the stars as he begins to make his own films, with the support of his creative mother. Soon, Sammy discovers a massive family secret and relies on the power of the cinema to help him see the truth. The dramatic reimagining of writer/director Steven Spielberg’s life is in select theaters now.
Embracing family dysfunction just in time for the holidays, The Estate follows two sisters (played by Toni Collette and Anna Faris) who attempt to win over their rich, difficult, and dying aunt in the hopes of becoming the beneficiaries of her wealthy estate, only to find that the rest of their greedy family is doing the same thing. Directed by Dean Craig, The Estate is in theaters now.
STAYING IN: Streaming
Based on Emma Donoghue’s 2016 novel of the same name, The Wonder is inspired by a chilling true story set in the 19th century. Florence Pugh stars as the British nurse Lib Wright, who travels to visit a devout 11-year-old named Anna O’Donnell who claims to have been starving herself for months and keeping nourished through “manna from heaven.”
Pugh, who began her career starring in the 2017 adaptation of Lady Macbeth, is returning to her Victorian thriller roots and has already received critical acclaim for her performance. The film is currently streaming on Netflix.
Enola Holmes 2
Enola Holmes 2 follows the eponymous protagonist (Millie Bobby Brown) as she take on her first case as a detective. When she begins to dive into the mystery of a missing girl, she finds she needs to rely on assistance from friends and of course, her brother Sherlock (Henry Cavill). The Harry Bradbeer-directed film hit is available to stream on Netflix now.
See How They Run
In 1950s London, production for a movie adaptation of a hit play is put on hold when a prominent member of the crew is murdered. Saoirse Ronan and Sam Rockwell star as enthusiastic rookie Constable Stalker and worn-out Inspector Stoppard, respectively. The pair find themselves immersed in the theater community, investigating the homicide, and putting themselves at risk. The comedic mystery, See How They Run is directed by Tom George, and is available to stream on HBO Max.