DirecTV CINEMA® offers an exceptional collection of some of the best Hollywood movies. It is an absolute treat to movie lovers, as it offers films in all genres such as comedy, action, adventure, fantasy, horror, romance, and a lot more. If you are a DirecTV subscriber, here are a few movies to watch with your family this Thanksgiving.
Finding Dory is actually a prequel to the 2003 animated film, Finding Nemo. The plot of this adventurous animated tale revolves around Dory, who is on a quest to bring back her long lost parents. Ellen DeGeneres voices the lead character Dory, and is joined by Albert Brooks, Ed O’Neil, Kaitlin Olson, Hayden Rolence, and Diane Keaton as other prominent characters in the movie.
Zootopia is undoubtedly one of the best-animated films of 2016. The plot revolves around a rookie bunny cop, Judy Hoppes, who is forced to work together with a sarcastic fox to uncover a conspiracy. Actors who lent their voices for Zootopia include Ginnifer Goodwin, Jenny Slate, Idris Elba, and Jason Bateman.
Inside Out depicts the story of a young girl, Riley, who was happy and content until her family decided to move to the chaotic San Francisco. Riley is unable find happiness in the new city, as her emotions, which live in the control center of Riley’s mind, starts arguing with one another. The main cast members of this film are Amy Poehlr and Phylis Smith.
The Blind Side
The Blind Side is one of the best Hollywood films ever made based on a biopic. This film tells the story of a traumatized and homeless boy, who went on to become an All American football player after being adopted by a kind women. Sandra Bullock is the star of the show, and she delivers an exceptional performance, which won her the Oscar award for best actress.
This sports thriller is one of the most favorite films of many of us. The story of this movie revolves around a small time boxer, who earns a chance to fight with Apollo Creed, the current world heavy weight champion. The main characters of this film are Sylvester Stallone, Talia Shire, Burt Young, and Carl Weathers.