Holly Hunter is a woman who goes home for Thanksgiving (Baltimore, which doesn't technically count as New England, making it our only non-New England set movie this week), and has to deal with her constantly arguing and dysfunctional family. Jodie Foster directed this film, and before Robert Downey Jr. was the big star that he is today, his turn here as Hunter's gay brother was actually one of his best performances. Charles Durning and Anne Bancroft play the parents of the clan, making this another star-studded cast with some great acting on display. It's a comedy drama, with a little more comedy to it than our last couple of movies, and it's entirely set around Thanksgiving, so I'd say it's the most appropriate choice for the day itself. Have fun with this one, and Happy Thanksgiving, everybody!