No, not just any movie. Specifically, a Sundance nominee from last year; The King Of California.
In it, you'll find Michael Douglas' character deal with the fact that his childhood home has disappeared under a wash of suburban sprawl while he chases a treasure that leads him through a private golf course to breaking into and excavating under a Costco store.
Sure, that's not the focus of the film, but it could have been. You'll also find a redemption-themed father/daughter tale that should delight other members of your audience, so don't feel too guilty about forcing them to sit through a "moral-of-this-story" tale.
So spend some quality time with the family today and tonight, sit down and watch a film about sprawl swallowing the California countryside :)