'The Muppets,' 'Hugo' or 'Arthur Christmas': Which Thanksgiving movie are you most excited to see?
For some of you, "Hugo" may not be an option. Though the Martin Scorsese-directed movie (based on the novel "The Invention of Hugo Cabret") is opening in 1,277 theaters, that's only about a third as many as the 3,376 locations for "Arthur Christmas" and 3,440 theaters for "The Muppets."
Reviews aren't much help in this case: All three movies have received glowing notices from critics, and they've all scored ratings of better than 90% on Rotten Tomatoes. So we want to put the question to you: Which movie will you see first?
Will it be the one featuring beloved (by grown-ups, anyway) characters making their first big-screen in more than a decade ("The Muppets")? The one based on a well-regarded book and directed by a master ("Hugo")? Or the original story from the studio behind Wallace and Gromit ("Arthur Christmas")? Vote in the poll below and share your thoughts in the comments.