‘Tis the season to be thankful for what you have. And above all else, we here at Film School Rejects are thankful for you, our beloved readers. We may not always agree — in fact, we may never agree — and we may continue to struggle live up to your lofty expectations of what a great movie publication truly is, but we’re glad you stick around anyway. Personally, I’m thankful for all of the writers here at FSR — it’s been a year filled with ups, downs and plenty of side-to-sides, and they’ve hung in there and continued to deliver some of the best, most underrated content around. They are the best there is, if you ask me (and my mom, who thinks Cole Abaius is adorable). And they continue to learn and grow with each passing day.
So in the spirit of Thanksgiving (and with my mom in mind), please enjoy the video treat just after the jump.Here now, is a scene that will remind you that as crazy as your family may be, they’re probably not that bad:
From what I believe to be an essential Thanksgiving film, Jodie Foster’s 1995 directorial work Home for the Holidays, starring Holly Hunter, Robert Downey Jr., Dylan McDermott and the always incredible Charles Durning. The latter of whom steals the scene above, as he’s known to do from time to time.
We wish you all safe travels and good spirits on Thanksgiving. Watch some Charlie Brown, some football and relax. That’s what we’re doing. We’ll be back to our regularly scheduled irregularity on Friday.
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