Top 5 Ryan Gosling movies to watch this Thanksgosling


Thanksgiving is just around the corner, and that means celebrating thankfulness, family, and the guy that turned down People Magazine’s sexiest man alive. Ryan Gosling is a national treasure of the purest kind. This Thanksgiving, we celebrate America’s 2nd favorite Ryan (first is obviously Ryan Reynolds) by listing his most family oriented, love-centered movies.

98a3c72be57b72bf607c108a7123f71c5. Drive

Drive is the story of a Hollywood stunt driver who works secretly as an extremely skilled getaway driver, but digs further.  It is rather ia love story between the driver (Ryan Gosling) and his neighbor. Things get complicated when the neighbor’s husband returns from prison, and Ryan Gosling finds out what it truly means to love.

crazy-stupid-love-movie-poster-84. Crazy, Stupid, Love

Crazy, Stupid, Love is a romantic comedy starring Steve Carrell as a sad, divorced man who needs to get over his ex-wife. Ryan Gosling plays the charming young man who helps Carrell pick up girls at bars and finds himself love in the process. It’s not a perfect movie, but it’s touching enough.mv5bmtk3otm5njg5m15bml5banbnxkftztywmza0odi3-_v1_sx640_sy720_

3. The Notebook

What some may call the greatest romance movie of all time, The Notebook is a movie based on a book about a poor man (Ryan Gosling) who falls for a rich woman (Rachel McAdams), but complications arise because of their social class. It’s full to the brim of touching moments, romantic gestures, and a pretty surprising final twist, a sure favorite for the family or that special someone.

imgres2. The Nice Guys

A rated R crime comedy about the death of an exotic film actress may not sound like the most family – oriented movie ever, but at its heart, The Nice Guys is about belonging, acceptance and family. Ryan Gosling stars as a dopey private eye, but also a loving father, and if it weren’t for the swearing, nudity, and violence, this would probably be a pretty good family movie.510twairlcl

1. Remember the Titans

Remember the Titans is possibly the greatest football movie ever made, not only that, but it stars themes of friendship, acceptance, tolerance, and family. Ryan Gosling only plays one member of the team, but a movie this good deserves recognition, and if you’re looking to celebrate Thanksgosling with a wholesome movie starring Ryan Gosling, this is the one.