Top Five for Family Fun

Looking for a film that will help the family focus on gratitude this Thanksgiving? Let Dove offer some of our favorites!

Free Birds

Two turkeys from opposite sides of the tracks must put aside their differences and team up to travel back in time to change the course of history – and get turkey off the holiday menu for good.

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The Ultimate Gift

Jason thought his inheritance was going to be a gift of money and lots of it. Was he ever in for a big surprise. The story sends trust fund baby Jason Stevens on an improbable journey of discovery, having to answer the ultimate question: “What is the relationship between wealth and happiness?” Jason must undergo twelve tasks, or “gifts,” each challenging Jason in an improbable way, the accumulation of which would change him forever.

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Freaky Friday

In this remake of the 1976 Disney comedy, Tess Coleman (Jaime Lee Curtis) and 15-year-old daughter Anna (Lindsey Lohan) are going through normal but difficult stresses between parent and adolescent. They do not agree on school, music, clothes or relationships. The morning after eating fortune cookies at a Chinese restaurant, Anna and Tess wake up to discover that they have mystically exchanged bodies. They now must come to terms with the complications of this situation, and they attempt to fix the other person while they are in each other’s body. Mother and daughter come face to face with the issues that put them at odds with each other.

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Turkey Town

Gobbles can’t wait for the most magical day of the year to arrive! Thanksgiving! So Gobbles invites all his best friends together for a turkey-tastic Thanksgiving sing-and-dance party in Turkey Town.

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An Old Fashioned Thanksgiving

Based on a short story by the acclaimed author of “Little Women”, comes a holiday story of family and forgiveness. Recently widowed Mary Bassett (Helene Joy) and her 3 children have hit difficult times on their farm. Things are so bad this year that they cannot even afford a turkey for their Thanksgiving dinner. Suddenly, Mary’s wealthy and estranged mother Isabella (Jacqueline Bisset) has come to visit. Although she finds a kindred spirit in Mary’s eldest daughter and budding writer Tilly (Tatiana Maslany), Mary resents her mother’s attempts to help them out of their financial difficulties. In the end, more than money will be needed to heal the emotional wounds that exist between mother and daughter in this moving Hallmark Channel original period drama.

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