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For us, family time usually means a lot of movie watching. Here are 10 streaming options for you and yours over the Holiday break (note: there's definitely something for everyone!).
Dir. Taika Waititi
Boy loves two things: Michael Jackson and his estranged father. This charming comedy from New Zealand follows the events of Boy's life upon his father's return.
Chico & Rita (2010)
Dir. Tono Errando and Javier Mariscal
This film is proof that animation isn't just for kids. Chico & Rita is about two musicians, the allure of Cuban jazz, and how love figures into everything.
Monsoon Wedding (2001)
Dir. Mira Nair
The quickly approaching wedding is the least of this family's problems. Everyone has a secret, and all is threatening to spill like the floods of monsoon season.
The First Grader (2010)
Dir. Justin Chadwick
A 84 year-old Kenyan man is finally given the opportunity to get the education he has been denied, proving that you can't put a expiration date on learning.
The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance (1962)
Dir. John Ford
Jimmy Stewart and John Wayne star in this classic about how a lie can shape the person you become.
La Haine (1995)
Dir. Mathieu Kassovitz
Mathieu Kassovitz (Amélie) directs this gritty story about riots and race relations in a Parisian suburb.
Dir. Richard Ayoade
As his parents' marriage seems to fall apart, Oliver Tate hopes to find proof that love is possible in the modern world.
The Women on the 6th Floor (2010)
Dir. Philippe Le Guay
A wealthy man becomes preoccupied with the lives of the maids in his apartment building and starts to question his bland life.
The Dangerous Lives of Altar Boys (2002)
Dir. Peter Care
What happens amongst altar boys, stays amongst altar boys, until they team up to seek revenge on a well-meaning nun.
The Conversation (1974)
Dir. Francis Ford Coppola
Coppola's classic film, starring Gene Hackman, talks about the morality of espionage and the role of the individual in society.