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I was expecting a lot more from Thanksgiving. I love Eli Roth movies but this one fell flat. I was constantly thinking, “When are we going to see his form?” It never happened. In my opinion, Thanksgiving felt a lot like “I Know What You Did Last Summer,” just not as good, and that’s kinda bad.

I never developed feelings for any of the characters. I mean, I disliked them all but not in a good way. Especially with Roth’s talent of bringing his characters to life, not here.

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The story was decent, it had a good base to it but the cast blew it.

I would wait for it to stream somewhere; it’s not worth the ticket price.

Grade: D+

About The Peetimes: There are 2 Peetimes to choose from, I like the 2nd Peetime better. The 1st Peetime should only be used for an emergency.

There are extra scenes during, or after, the en d credits of Thanksgiving.

Rated: (R) Some Sexual Material | Pervasive Language | Gore | Strong Bloody Horror Violence
Genres: Horror, Mystery, Thriller
Starring: Rick Hoffman, Gina Gershon, Patrick Dempsey
Director: Eli Roth
Writer(s): Jeff Rendell, Eli Roth
Language: English
Country: United States

After a Black Friday riot ends in tragedy, a mysterious Thanksgiving-inspired killer terrorizes Plymouth, Massachusetts – the birthplace of the infamous holiday.

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One response to “Movie Review – Thanksgiving”

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    I got to say, I disagree with your review. I don’t know what you were expecting but based on your assumption that you though I know what you did last summer, was better, you wanted more of a straight up slasher and less of a mystery. I get that but like the mystery aspect and perhaps that’s just where we differ! I will say, there was an error in the movie! When “John Carver” was holding up the phone to show the table he’d prepared, how the screen pan to show all of the others at the table? He must have had help although it was shown…

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