If you're looking for some great cinema this Thanksgiving weekend, there are a lot of great movies coming out! From the magical Colombian family in a Disney animated fantasy with Lin-Manuel Miranda songs to a true-life drama about the Gucci family, you'll be spoiled for choice. There's also an underdog sports movie directed by Halle Berry about a fierce MMA fighter and a moody New York tale starring Richard Jenkins.

House of Gucci

The House of Gucci movie is slated to open on Thanksgiving in 2021. The movie will be in theaters for its first 45 days, and will then be available on Paramount+ for about a year. This is a significant release for the company, as it is a movie about the infamous fashion house, and should attract Lady Gaga fans.

The film stars Lady Gaga as Patrizia Reggiani, Adam Driver as Maurizio Gucci, Jared Leto as Paolo Gucci, and Al Pacino as Aldo Gucci. Other notables in the cast include Jack Huston as Domenico De Sole, Reeve Carney as Tom Ford, and Camille Cottin as Paola Franchi. Jeremy Irons also stars as a fashion designer.

The movie has something for everyone. A family can discuss the actors who appear in the movie and where they've seen them before. Younger generations can discuss Lady Gaga, while the older generation can talk about Al Pacino. The movie also makes for a great conversation starter as everyone can talk about Adam Driver, while moms who grew up watching Call My Agent can discuss Jared Leto and Camille Cottin.

The story follows the founding family of Gucci. Patrizia is an office manager at her father's trucking company, and she meets Maurizio Gucci at a party. Maurizio, who is studying law at Cambridge University, is the heir to 50% of the company. Her father, Rodolfo, warns Maurizio against marrying Patrizia, but he chooses her over the business. However, he ends up writing Maurizio back into his will, but he fails to sign the document. Patrizia forges Rodolfo's signature on the document and he gets 50% of the company.

Mission Impossible 7

Tom Cruise is back for another Mission Impossible installment. He returns as Ethan Hunt along with Ving Rhames and Simon Pegg as the main cast. Newcomers include Hayley Atwell, Pom Klementieff, Shea Whigham, and Rob Delaney. The cast also includes Indira Varma, Mark Gatiss, and Greg Tarzan Davis.

The new movie is being directed by Christopher McQuarrie, who directed the previous two films in the series. He returns to direct the seventh and eighth Mission Impossible films. The movie stars Cruise and Rebecca Ferguson. Other stars include Simon Pegg, Vanessa Kirby, and Esai Morale.

The cast is once again filled with top talent. Tom Cruise, who has starred in all seven films, will once again play Ethan Hunt. Simon Pegg will be playing Benji Dunn, the computer technician who joined the team in Mission Impossible III. And Rebecca Ferguson is playing Ilsa Faust, an ex-MI6 agent who allied with the team during Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation and Fallout. Esai Morales will be the main villain in this new film.

The director of Mission: Impossible - Dead Reckoning Part 1 hasn't shared much information about the plot but has hinted that the movie will push the limits of our emotions. It could be one of the most ambitious impossible missions yet. If the director is able to pull off this film, the world will be in for a treat.

The Burning Sea

The Burning Sea is a disaster movie that focuses on the human side of a catastrophic event. While it's a little overlong at one hour and 45 minutes, it builds up to a thrilling finale. As the title suggests, it is an environmental story, and the human characters in The Burning Sea are believable, even when they are facing dire situations.

The Burning Sea is the latest disaster epic from the same production company that brought us "The Quake." The film's production team, led by John Andreas Andersen, teamed up with Harald Rosenlow-Eeg for this epic adventure. It stars Kristine Kujath Thorp, Rolf Kristian Larsen, and Anders Baasmo. Anneke von der Lippe, who also appeared in "Kon-Tiki," also stars in the film.

The Burning Sea is a spiritual sequel to "The Wave" and "The Quake" and follows a similar story of climate catastrophe. While there are no obvious links to its predecessors, it does stick to the same direction, combining the epic nature of the disaster with the emotional impact of individual characters.

The film's plot and characters are well-crafted and satisfying, but it does suffer from some problems. The film's narrative is predictable, but its science makes it more intense and realistic. Despite this, The Burning Sea is a good choice for those who love disaster stories. It has plenty of spectacle and thrills, and its final part is particularly compelling. If you don't have time to cinema, you may choose a streaming video downloader to download movies for offline watching.

The Eternals

Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige announced that a film adaptation of The Eternals was in the works. The first comic book in the series was published in 1976. The storyline was never finished, but bits and pieces have appeared in other Marvel comic books. The Eternals are a race of superhumans created by Celestials who experimented on proto-humans thousands of years ago. These experimentations produced superhuman mutations.

The Eternals is one of the most ambitious projects from the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Despite two major delays and a tangled release schedule, the movie is finally coming out on Thanksgiving. The movie is being directed by Chloe Zhao, who directed the acclaimed film Nomadland.

According to Variety, the film will release on November 5. It will have a 45-day theatrical run. This is significantly less than the usual 90-day run for new films. Disney also expects the movie to debut on Disney+ sooner than usual. Similarly, Shang-Chi had a 45-day theatrical run. However, the film will arrive on Disney+ a week earlier than normal, and it could be on the network on Thanksgiving day.

Eternals will be available on Disney+ this year. The movie hit theaters on November 5, but it is not yet available on Disney+. The Disney+ streaming service started streaming movies from the Marvel Cinematic Universe last November, and this will be the fourth movie to debut on the streaming service.

Robin Williams' "A Deep-Fried Korean Thanksgiving"

If you're a fan of the Gilmore Girls, then you might enjoy watching Robin Williams' "A Deep-Fried Korea Thanksgiving." This hilarious episode of the TV show follows the lives of two people who are working at the same hospital. However, they recently broke up, and the main reason is because Robin wants a child and Patrick does not. They had a plan to get a sperm donor, and then raise the child alone. But things are not always going according to plan, and the two find themselves falling back into old habits.