Go See a Movie!

I know you’re all probably wondering, “what am I possibly going to do over (Thanksgiving) break?!”, but rest assure I have some ideas for you! Now I know you’re going to eat your weight in delicious Thanksgiving food, catch up with your friends from home, spend some quality time with your siblings that you missed, and of course try to get as much sleep as possible before the inevitable overload of end of the semester work piles on! But I think you should take some time aside to do some other things you normally don’t do! I know I haven’t been to the movies since August or earlier I believe! So that is my suggestion for you- go to the movies! You can go by yourself or with your friends but it’s something relaxing and mindless that should be done! Plus here is a bunch of movies that are coming out (or already out) that you can see over Thanksgiving or Christmas break (also with my own synopsis of what the movie is about)!

So the world is becoming uninhabitable and we must find another place to live. And a NASA physicist devises a plan to take all of the people on Earth and move them to a wormhole. So first, some astronauts (McConaughey) must travel through the wormhole to see which of the planets we can now inhabit.
Length: 2 hours 49 minutes Rating: PG-13

Big Hero 6
Hiro only has two close friends, his older brother and Baymax (the big white thing who takes care of people). Everything is going wonderfully until a disaster hits and Hiro must change Baymax and his other friends into a band of heroes.
Length: 1 hour 45 minutes Rating: PG

Dumb and Dumber To
Harry and Lloyd are back on an adventure together in search of Harry’s long lost daughter and to replace his kidney. They obviously don’t have the smoothest ride and end up in one place they don’t really belong, a place full of the world’s brightest minds.
Length: 1 hour 50 minutes Rating: PG-13

The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1
As a rebellion is rising up Katniss awakes from the Quarter Quell in what was supposed to be destroyed District 13. She finds out Peeta has been brainwashed and is in posession of the Capitol. Everything Katniss thought she knew, including her District 12 home, has been destroyed.
Length: 2 hours 3 minutes Rating: PG-13

Horrible Bosses 2

Nick, Dale, and Kurt are back with their own brilliant idea for a product. Looking for investors they turn to Rex and his father Burt. They both invest money into the product, cancel their order and steal the trio’s idea, leaving them in debt. The trio decides to kidnap Rex and use their gathered money to pay off their loans.
Length: 1 hour 48 minutes Rating: R

The Pyramid

As archaeologists make their way out of Egyptian catacombs they slowly begin to realize that something is hunting them as they are trying to escape.
Length: 1 hour 29 minutes Rating: R

The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies

Searching for the Arkenstone Thorin sacrifices both honor and friendship despite Smaug and Bilbo’s attempts to make him see reason. Sauron sends the Orcs in a sneak attack upon the Lonely Mountain. As the fate of the Middle Earth is hanging in balances men, dwarves and eleves must decide to die or unite.

The recreated film from 1982 has been updated and modernized. Annie was an orphan with a hard knock life, until Will Stacks decides to take her in to make himself look better for his mayoral campaign. The question is will Will be saving Annie or will Annie be saving Will?
Rating: PG

Into the Woods
A baker and his wife are wishing to start a family, but encounter a witch who has put a curse on them. Their story get intertwined with the twists on the original story of Cinderella, Rapunzel, Jack and the Beanstalk and Little Red Riding Hood.
Length: 2 hours 4 minutes Rating: PG

Miss Meadows (2014) Poster
Miss Meadows
A prim and proper lady played by Katie Holmes looks to avenge the wrongs inflicted on society until she begins a romance with the town sheriff.
Length: 1 hour 28 minutes

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About alliegatormu

Hey I'm Allison or otherwise known as Alligator. I am currently a senior (yay grad school!) at MU studying speech-language pathology. I love MU because it reminds me of my high school; it's a tight-knit community where people hold doors for you no matter how far away you are. My favorite time on campus is in the fall, it is absolutely gorgeous. When I'm not studying I'm either reading or watching Netflix (yes I am a junkie). I also really love food, so cooking and baking are fun too!

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