Holiday film feast: 'Frozen,' 'Book Thief,' 'Black Nativity,' 'Homefront' and more

The Fresno BeeNovember 25, 2013 

Olaf the snowman is one of the characters in Disney's "Frozen."

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This week, families will come together to share a holiday meal. But then what?

If you are looking for something for the group to do after the last bit of pumpkin pie has been consumed, there is a broad selection of feature films opening today in local theaters.

The entire family can check out the latest animated offering from the Disney Studio, "Frozen," or the holiday musical "Black Nativity."

For those who enjoy films based on books, there's the big screen version of the best-selling novel "The Book Thief" and the adaptation of "The Lost Child of Philomena Lee" in "Philomena." 

If the group is looking for more bang (read "violence") for their buck, there's Jason Statham in "Homefront" and Spike Lee's "Oldboy."

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