If the family needs a break from each other during this Thanksgiving four-day weekend, hit the movie theater. But before you stand in line arguing about which film Grandma might like versus what your little brother wants to see versus your indecisive mother’s pick, check out this list that details the perfect film for each family member. This way, everyone can get their Thanksgiving wish.

1. For Grandparents: “The Book Thief”
A little film that is garnishing big Oscar buzz and is sure to warm the heart of even the crankiest grandparents. The film stars Emily Watson, Sophie Nélisse, and Geoffrey Rush and tells the story of a little girl who shelters a Jewish refugee during World War II.

2. For Auntie: “About Time”
This British rom-com is sure to please since it’s from the filmmakers of the mega-hit “Love Actually” and stars Rachel McAdams, Bill Nighy, and Domhnall Gleeson. Auntie will like this time travel love story of a young man making a better future by changing his past.

3. For Uncle: “The Fifth Estate”
This film is perfect for that “know-it-all” uncle who likes hyper-topical conversation. It stars Benedict Cumberbatch as WikiLeaks editor-in-chief and founder Julian Assange.

4. For Cousins: “Delivery Man”
For those annoying cousins, this film is an easy amusement. The comedy stars Vince Vaughn and is loosely based on a true story of a sperm donor who learns that he has fathered 533 children.

5. For Nieces and Nephews: “Frozen”
Possibly the cutest film of the year, Disney’s “Frozen” warms the heart and harkens back to other Disney classics such as “The Little Mermaid” and “Beauty and The Beast.” This animated musical stars Kristen Bell, Idina Menzel, and Josh Gad. Nieces never seem to tire of princess stories and this fairytale finds one such princess searching for her icy sister who has a wrapped the kingdom in unending winter.

6. For Sister: “Romeo & Juliet”
This 2013 British remake of a classic tale is perfect for the sis who can’t drooling over Hollywood’s latest eye candy — Douglas Booth as Romeo. But it also stars Oscar nominee Hailee Steinfeld as Juliet and teen sensation Ed Westwick. This one has all the key tragic classic plotlines, but good news: It doesn’t use Shakespeare’s 16th century dialogue.

7. For Brother: “Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa”
If your brother hasn’t already seen “Bad Grandpa,” chances are he will love this latest installment from Johnny Knoxville and those “Jackass” fellas. This hidden camera comedy stars Knoxville as a very old grandfather ordered to take his 8-year-old grandson to his father at Raleigh, N.C., because his mother is in jail. Along the way, Knoxville gets pretty wild with his prosthetic suit.

8. For Mom: “Diana”
Just because your mother seriously still loves the “people’s princess,” send her to this big screen version of a made-for-TV movie. Naomi Watts stars as Princess Diana in a biopic which focuses on her relationships with heart surgeon Hasnat Khan and Dodi Fayed during the last two years of her life.

9. For Dad: “Oldboy”
This American remake of a South Korean film is directed by Spike Lee and stars Josh Brolin, Elizabeth Olsen, and Sharlto Copley. As an ad exec, Joe Doucett is kidnapped and held in solitary confinement for 20 years before being released. He sets off to find the person responsible for his imprisonment, only to uncover that his life is still caught in conspiracy and torment.

10. For Yourself: “The Hunger Games: Catching Fire”
When it comes to treating yourself, there is really only one film you need to see (even if you’ve seen it already). “Catching Fire” is breaking box office records for the month of November and for good reason. This sequel to 2012’s “The Hunger Games” reunites Jennifer Lawrence, Josh Hutcherson, and Liam Hemsworth as they reprise their roles in this post-apocalyptic film.