So, maybe you don't like football. What do you watch on Turkey Day on TV?
I've been watching every film I can find directed by Luis Estrada and staring Damián Alcázar. Estrada satirizes the drug cartel/political/monopoly alliance that rules Mexico and he does it very well. (It is alarming to consider how much influence this alliance has on U.S. politics and economics, particularly on the immigration debate within the U.S.) Estrada's best film is the wildly violent and hilarious "El Infierno."
"La Dictadura Perfecta" was not quite on the level of "El Infierno," but it was a very good movie about the manipulation and fakery of the Mexican political system by mass media.
"Un Mundo Maravilloso" is pretty light hearted and romantic in comparison to Estrada's other movies, although it does deal with the same themes. Damián Alcázar is clearly a big fan of Charlie Chaplin's acting style. He plays a character very similar to Chaplin's Little Tramp in this movie.
I'd like to watch "Herod's Law," but it hasn't yet been released on Netflix or Amazon Primer. It is very highly rated.
Estrada is a comedian and satirist. His films are always very funny. Alcázar is a great comic actor. I'll continue to follow the careers of both men.