It can't be the end of November without a holiday movie and of course one of the most anticipated movies of the year, the latest installment to the hunger games. Its your choice this weekend, who would you rather see, Seth Rogen or Jennifer Lawrence?

For those of you looking for plans this Christmas Eve, The Night Before may or may not be a good guide book to go by. Since they were young, three friends, Ethan (Joseph Gordon-Levitt), Isaac (Seth Rogen) and Chris (Anthony Mackie), have made their annual meet up on Christmas Eve a night of partying. With Isaac having a baby on the way they realize that this year might be the last and they want to make this the best year yet. They set out to the biggest party of the season, the Nutcracka Ball. With trailers starting off with the line, "from the guys who brought you Neighbors," what else should be expect but a raunchy Seth Rogen movie. With a Rotten Tomatoes rating of 68% critics are saying it has enough laughs to be worth watching and thought its no A Christmas Story, it may be on the list to watch year after year. However, judging by some of the comments on the YouTube trailer, some people will be up-in-arms about the open Christmas movie drug use. But hey, after releasing The Interview (not in theaters, but still released) I don't think the creators care much.

For what may or may not be the last The Hunger Games installment they have a made a step in the right direction for Mockingjay - Part 2 versus the Part 1. Katniss Everdeen sets out from District 13 with Peeta, Gale, and Finnick to save the world and assassinate President Snow who has been trying to kill Katniss. Their choices and actions will form the new liberated world. Rotten Tomatoes scores The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 2 with a better than last one but not as good as the first two 72%. Critics are saying that the conclusion of the trilogy with be enjoyable with lots of action and an overall dark feel. We'll have to wait to find out if the distributor Lionsgate will actually go through with a prequel or sequel to add on to the trilogy, so far, this one doesn't seem like the last.

Check out the trailers below and as always, until next week, we'll MEAT at the movies!