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'Top Gun' has the action, comedy and romance to please most members of your family.
If you're a Broadway fan: 'Lady Day At Emerson’s Bar & Grill.' Audra Mc Donald is a Broadway legend, and for Lady Day at Emerson's Bar & Grill she turned her talents on a legend of music: Billie Holliday.
It's got the same kind of inspiration as the show, but in a tighter, more romantic package.
If you wished the 'X-Files' revival was better: 'Fringe.' Sorry, Scully.
The film follows two brothers who rob different branches of the same bank to pay off their mothers' debt.
If you need something to watch with your mom: 'When Harry Met Sally.' The classic rom-com will please everyone.
If you're even later to the party: 'Stranger Things.' You probably didn't make it through the summer (or Halloween) without hearing about the paranormal Netflix show.
If you haven't quite gotten around to watching yet, now's your perfect chance.
The show is full of unique characters, enviable relationships and genuine hilarity. If you really want to appreciate it when your friends joke that "winter is coming": 'Game of Thrones.' You've been meaning to watch the show. If you can resist the cuteness of the penguins, you are stronger than we are.
It assumes all politicians are conniving and ambitious and thoughtless and will do anything to get ahead. If you miss 'The West Wing': 'The American President.' Before he was President Bartlett, Martin Sheen spent time in another White House staff created by Aaron Sorkin.
The West Wing creator wrote The American President first, about a first-term president running for re-election while dating a lobbyist.
You know, with 1,001 theories about what is actually going on, plus episodes you have to watch with more concentration than you bring to your job.
But hey, all that work is being rewarded, at least for the actors involved.
If you love msuicals: 'Sing Street.' USA TODAY Film Critic Brian Truitt called Sing Streetthe best film of 2016 (so far), and it's easy to see why.