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The best films to watch if you can't go home for the holidays this year

INSIDER Logo By shoeller@businessinsider.com (Sophie-Claire Hoeller) of INSIDER | Slide 1 of 11:  The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) strongly urges Americans to stay home this Thanksgiving and celebrate with the people they live with. From packed airports, snowstorms, canceled trips, never-ending traffic, and family squabbles, let these films remind you that maybe staying home isn't the worst idea. Neal Page lives through a terrible two-day odyssey to get home in "Planes, Trains, and Automobiles." The McCallister family experiences every parent's worst nightmare upon landing in Paris in "Home Alone." Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. The coronavirus pandemic has put a huge damper on 2020, and for many, this has become even more apparent as the holidays approach and people choose to stay home instead of visiting family.But really, maybe skipping holiday travel is not so bad: Remember endless lines, packed airports, snowstorms, canceled trips, and never-ending traffic?And what often awaits on the other end? Endless cooking, overeating, and family squabbles.Keep scrolling for some of the best holiday movies to watch if you can't go home for the holidays this year, and let their stresses remind you that maybe staying home isn't so bad after all.Read the original article on Insider

The best films to watch if you can't go home for the holidays this year

  • The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) strongly urges Americans to stay home this Thanksgiving and celebrate with the people they live with.
  • From packed airports, snowstorms, canceled trips, never-ending traffic, and family squabbles, let these films remind you that maybe staying home isn't the worst idea.
  • Neal Page lives through a terrible two-day odyssey to get home in "Planes, Trains, and Automobiles."
  • The McCallister family experiences every parent's worst nightmare upon landing in Paris in "Home Alone."
  • Visit Insider's homepage for more stories.

The coronavirus pandemic has put a huge damper on 2020, and for many, this has become even more apparent as the holidays approach and people choose to stay home instead of visiting family.

But really, maybe skipping holiday travel is not so bad: Remember endless lines, packed airports, snowstorms, canceled trips, and never-ending traffic?

And what often awaits on the other end? Endless cooking, overeating, and family squabbles.

Keep scrolling for some of the best holiday movies to watch if you can't go home for the holidays this year, and let their stresses remind you that maybe staying home isn't so bad after all.

Read the original article on Insider
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