The 60 Best Family Movies that Everyone Will Love [Updated 2022]


“What movie should we watch tonight?” It’s a question that all parents ask themselves at one point or another. If you’re looking for family-friendly movies to stream, then look no further! We’ve created this list of best family movies to help make your decision easier. From classics like Mary Poppins and The Jungle Book to newer gems like Inside Out and Frozen, these are the best family movies out there.

Enola Holmes (2020)

A world on the verge of change, 1884 – Enola Holmes (Millie Bobby Brown) awakes on her birthday to discover that her mother (Helena Bonham Carter) has vanished, leaving behind strange items without any apparent explanation why she’s gone or where she’s gone. After a carefree youth, Enola is suddenly taken away from her brothers Sherlock (Henry Cavill) and Mycroft (Sam Claflin), both intent on sending her to a finishing school for “proper” young ladies. Enola flees London to find her mother instead. But when her journey leads her into a mystery surrounding a young runaway Lord (Louis Partridge), Enola becomes a super-sleuth in her own right, outwitting her famous brother as she unravels a conspiracy that might reverse history’s progress.

Kung Fu Panda (2008)

Although Po might be the sloppiest, clumsiest panda in the Valley of Peace, he secretly aspires to become a kung fu legend. When Po’s homeland is threatened by the evil snow leopard Tai Lung, he is chosen to fulfill an ancient prediction and defend the Valley from invasion. Po embarks on a thrilling high-kicking journey as he tries to foil Tai Lung’s destructive schemes while learning under Master Shifu. A DreamWorks Studios production.

Kung Fu Panda 2 (2011)

The Dragon Warrior, the plump but courageous Dragon Warrior, now rests in peace in his lush valley with his equally wise companions—Tigress, Viper, Monkey, Crane, and Mantis—amidst the soothing Valley of Peace. However, as Po masters his inner peace abilities, the diabolical peacock Lord Shen and his invincible secret weapon appear to menace China. Now, as a new powerful adversary approaches, the black-and-white Kung Fu master must delve into his unknown roots to have a fighting chance, especially now that he has discovered his destiny; nevertheless, is he ready to reveal a well-concealed secret? Can Po and the Furious Five overthrow Shen and his formidable army with their incredible powers?

Madagascar (2005)

New York’s Central Park Zoo is home to Alexander the lion, who is the zoo’s main draw. He and his closest pals, Marty the zebra, Melman the giraffe, and Gloria, the hippopotamus, have spent their entire lives in captivity before a delighted crowd with regular meals provided for them. Feeling dissatisfied with leaving things alone, Marty, Melman, and Gloria decide to take advantage of the height of the tourist season by breaking out. Joined by Alex’s best friend Mort (Bill Murray), his father King Julien (David Schwimmer), and a randy group of penguins led by Skipper (Tom McGrath), they head for Monte Carlo, where their antics are sure to gain them the attention of humans.

Monster House (2006)

Because of their age and inexperience, no adults believe three youngsters’ (Mitchel Musso, Spencer Locke, Sam Lerner) claim that a neighboring home is a living creature that causes them harm. So the trio must find a means to demolish the building before innocent trick-or-treaters get murdered while celebrating Halloween.

Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius (2001)

In the film “Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius,” a 10-year-old boy and his robotic dog – battling evil, rescuing his parents, saving the Earth – and returning home in time for dinner is the simple plot. Jimmy’s always creating gadgets to make his life in Retroville more exciting. Jimmy is a smart kid who has real things to deal with, like giant mutant guinea pigs and his best friend dying her hair purple. During one of Jimmy’s experiments, he accidentally creates a group of evil robots who steal all the parents in town and take them back through time, where they meet up with aliens from another galaxy. The fate of Retroville hangs on whether or not Jimmy can rescue his parents and defeat the evil robots.

Klaus (2019)

After the worst student in the postal academy, Jesper (Jason Schwartzman) is exiled to a frozen island above the Arctic Circle. However, he must survive with nothing but his wits and a few unlucky opportunities. When a new neighbor, the young and idealistic schoolteacher Alva (Rashida Jones), arrives in Smeerenburg, Andries is about to give up when he discovers an ally in local teacher Alva (Rashida Jones), and Klaus (Oscar® winner J.K. Simmons), a strange carpenter who has been stranded on the island for years. Klaus tells Andries that he can help him get back to his family, but only if Andries will do something terrible in return. What follows is a strange and magical tale of love and bestiality as Alva helps them find their way home, where they face many challenges, including discovering who is actually telling the truth and who they can trust.

Home (2015)

After the Boov, an alien species with a hive mentality, conquer Earth, they move everyone on it except for a little girl named Tip (Rihanna), who has hidden from the aliens. There’s animosity between Tip and Oh (Jim Parsons), an unlawful Boov. Oh is not like his brothers; he yearns for friendship and enjoyment, but the best way to survive is not doing anything that can draw attention. Now, Oh has a chance at redemption when he discovers Tip and tries to help her stop his people from destroying Earth forever.

We Can Be Heroes (2020)

Alien attackers seize Earth’s superheroes’ children, taking them to a secret government shelter. But whip-smart tween Missy Moreno will stop at nothing to rescue her super dad, Marcus Moreno. Missy joins up with the other super children to flee their odd government nanny, Ms. Granada. They’ll have to collaborate by utilizing their unique powers – from elasticity to time control to predicting the future – in order to save their parents.

The Lion King (1994)

The young lion Simba (Jonathan Taylor Thomas) is the crown prince of his father, Mufasa (James Earl Jones), in Disney’s The Lion King. In this version of the story, Simba’s evil uncle Scar (Jeremy Irons) plans to take over Mufasa’s throne by luring father and son into a stampede of wildebeests. However, Simba escapes, and only Mufasa is killed. Simba returns as an adult (Matthew Broderick) to reclaim his kingdom from his evil uncle.

Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone (2001)

A boy named Harry Potter discovers on his 11th birthday that he is the orphaned son of two powerful wizards and possesses unique magical powers of his own, thus becoming a target for those who want to exploit him. He is sent to Hogwarts, an English boarding school for witches, where he encounters several friends who always assist him when he needs them and help him discover the truth about his parents’ mysterious deaths.

Home Alone (1990)

Kevin McCallister, an 8-year-old brat, the night before his family’s vacation to Paris, is forced to sleep in the attic by his mother (Catherine O’Hara). After the McCallisters depart for the airport without Kevin, he opens the door to discover an empty house, believing his wish of having no relatives has come true. However, when he learns that two swindlers (Joe Pesci and Daniel Stern) intend to rob the house and that only he can safeguard it, his enthusiasm dissipates. Now, Kevin must be a responsible adult and protect his house from the bad guys.

The Princess and the Frog (2009)

Tiana (Anika Noni Rose) is a hardworking and ambitious young woman who aspires to one day establish the finest restaurant in New Orleans. Her ambition takes a detour when she encounters Prince Naveen (Bruno Campos), who has been transformed into an amphibian by evil Dr. Facilier due to his mistake of turning down the deal. Now, Tiana and Naveen must find a way to reverse his curse before it’s too late.

Kiki’s Delivery Service (1989)

Kiki, 13, is sent to live in the seaside town of Tsurugi with her talking cat Jiji for a year to complete her witch training. Kiki learns to master her broomstick and soon becomes a fixture in the community. However, when the weak young witch begins doubting herself and loses her magic powers, she must conquer her fears to restore her powers and save the town.

E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial (1982)

Elliott (Henry Thomas) is a youngster who discovers an unknown alien after his father leaves for a business trip. Elliott is overjoyed when he learns that the extraterrestrial has been recovered, and he brings him home to his suburban California house with his brother and little sister, Gertie (Drew Barrymore). The children decide to keep its existence a secret as E.T. is introduced to them; nevertheless, E.T. becomes ill soon after.

Star Wars (1977)

In an attempt to crush the rebel movement, Darth Vader (David Prowse) leads the Imperial Forces in holding Princess Leia (Carrie Fisher) captive. Luke Skywalker and Han Solo are key players of this story as they work together with R2-D2 a droid duo that has been friends since childhood, on board his father’s ship or hers depending if you want it called The Millennium Falcon, where he spends most days fixing problems while flying around looking for adventures; however, today will be different because now we need these two heroes to help us save one very special person: PRINCESS LEIA!

Queen of Katwe (2016)

Living in the slum of Katwe in Uganda’s capital city is a ten-year-old girl named Phiona (Madina Nalwanga) and her family’s daily struggle. One day, she meets Robert Katende (David Oyelowo), a missionary who teaches kids how to play chess. Phiona is captivated by the game and quickly rises to prominence under Katende’s direction. Her success in local events and tournaments provides her with a bright future and an opportunity to break away from poverty.

The Goonies (1985)

Mikey and his pals have always wanted to go on a trip. One night, while Mikey and his friends are hanging out in Mikey’s attic, he discovers an ancient map. Mikey has always wanted to know if One-Eyed Willy was a real person, and now he might find out. They depart with the goal of finding the treasure, but they are being followed.

The kids set out to explore the underground tunnels after finding their way into Mama Fratelli’s mansion. As they try to get inside the caves, Mama Fratelli captures Chunk and leaves him behind. He befriends Sloth, one of Mama Fratelli’s sons, with a deformed face. Meanwhile, Mama Fratelli and her two other children, Francis and Jake, go to capture the rest of the kids.

The Mitchells Vs. the Machines (2021)

In the far future, a 12-year-old girl named Katie Mitchell is on a journey with her proud parents, younger brother, and beloved dog to begin her first year of film school. But their plans to bond as a family are quickly halted when the world’s digital gadgets come alive to launch an insurrection against humanity. In order to survive, Katie must join forces with a band of renegades who have been fighting the machines for years in an effort to save lives and preserve our future legacy.

Hidden Figures (2016)

The launch of astronaut John Glenn into orbit, a stunning accomplishment that restored the United States’ confidence, turned around the Space Race and galvanized the world, was carried out by three brilliant African-American women at NASA: Katherine Johnson, Dorothy Vaughan, and Mary Jackson. The brilliant Katherine, with a gift for calculations, is the indispensable woman working behind the scenes at NASA who served as Glenn’s “human computer,” performing complex calculations to help launch him into space.

Inside Out (2015)

Kaitlin Dias plays Riley, a cheerful hockey enthusiast from the Midwest who is 11 years old. Her world comes to an end when she and her family move to San Francisco. Riley’s feelings — particularly Joy (Amy Poehler) — attempt to lead her through this tumultuous, life-changing experience. However, the strain of the relocation drives Sadness to the forefront (Phyllis Smith). The only feelings in Headquarters are Anger, Fear, and Disgust when Joy and Sadness are inadvertently carried into Riley’s subconscious.

Despicable Me (2010)

A supervillain named Gru (Steve Carell) devises a plot to steal the moon, which he enjoys. Gru, armed with an ironclad fortification of guns and war machines, prepares to overcome all who stand in his way. But nothing in his planning or preparations has prepared him for his most difficult challenge: three adorable orphan girls (Miranda Cosgrove, Dana Gaier, Elsie Fisher) who want to be his daughter.

Finding Nemo (2003)

A clownfish named Marlin (Albert Brooks) is overprotective of his son, Nemo (Alexander Gould), who has a shortened fin. Nemo is taken by a diver when he swims too near the surface to show off, and Marlin must set out to search for him. Dory (Ellen DeGeneres) — a blue reef fish with a short memory — joins Marlin in his search for answers, forcing the trio to battle sharks, jellyfish, and a slew of ocean perils. Meanwhile, Nemo plots an escape from a dentist’s aquarium.

The Baby-sitters Club (1995)

The Baby-Sitters Club members (Schuyler Fisk) and their best pals struggle to transform the successful daycare business into a full-time summer camp. When the camp is threatened by a group of adults led by their crotchety neighbor, Emily Haberman (Ellen Burstyn), the girls must band together in order to preserve their goal. Meanwhile, each club member faces her own personal difficulties, including divorcing parents, a discouraging diabetes diagnosis, and an innocent crush on an older boy.

Coco (2017)

Miguel is not allowed to do music because his family has banned it a long time ago. He dreams of being just like Ernesto de la Cruz, his idol. To show off this ability and impress the people around him even more so than usual because it would be perceived as rebellious against both parents’ wishes (to which there is no argument), he sets out for The Land Of The Dead with his newfound friend Hector – who turns out to not only have something valuable but also hilarious stories from their ancestors!

The Wizard of Oz (1939)

In the 1939 film adaptation of L. Frank Baum’s The Wizard of Oz, Dorothy (Judy Garland) and her dog Toto are swept away in their house during a tornado to the fantastical land of Oz. They follow the Yellow Brick Road toward the Emerald City to meet the Wizard, and along the way, they encounter a Scarecrow (Ray Bolger) in need of a brain, a Tin Man (Jack Haley), who desires a heart, and an invisible Cowardly Lion (Bert Lahr).

Frozen (2013)

When their realm is trapped in eternal winter, fearless Anna (Kristen Bell) teams up with mountaineer Kristoff (Jonathan Groff) and his reindeer sidekick to recover her sibling, the Snow Queen Elsa (Idina Menzel), and break her icy curse. On their way to find a cure for Elsa, Anna and Kristoff come across strange creatures, a hilarious snowman (Josh Gad), harsh conditions, and magic at every turn. They bravely go on in a race to save their kingdom from the icy grip of winter.

The Sound of Music (1965)

The Von Trapp Family Singers, one of the world’s most famous concert acts in the era preceding World War II, are the basis for this tuneful and uplifting tale. Julie Andrews portrays Maria, the tomboyish postulant at an Austrian abbey who becomes a governess in the home of a widowed naval captain with seven children arriving as a new love of life and music to the family.

The Nightmare Before Christmas (1993)

Jack Skellington, the pumpkin king of Halloweentown, has grown weary of repeating the same year-round routine of frightening people in “real life.” Jack inadvertently stumbles into Christmastown, where everything is bright hues and warm sentiments. He strives to take control of Christmas by capturing Santa Claus and assuming his role. But even the best-laid mouse plans and skeleton men schemes can go wrong for them.

Mrs. Doubtfire (1993)

Divorced Daniel Hillard (Robin Williams) is determined to get closer to his children, and he comes up with a complicated plan. He donned a 70s-style wig and clothing to impersonate an older British woman, charm his ex-wife, Miranda (Sally Field), and persuade her to hire him as a nanny. “Mrs. Doubtfire” wins over the youngsters and helps Daniel improve as a parent, but when both Daniel and his nanny persona must encounter various parties at the same restaurant, his secrets might be revealed.

The Sandlot (1993)

Scotty Smalls moves with his mother and stepfather to a new neighborhood, where he wishes to learn baseball. Rodriguez, the community baseball instructor, takes Scotty under his wing – soon, he is a member of the town’s baseball buddies. The Sandlot heroes typically encounter other youngsters in sports-related situations, such as baseball games, treehouse sleep-ins, the eager lifeguard at the community pool, snooty rival ball team, and traveling carnival. Beyond the sandlot’s back fence lurks a legendary ball-eating dog known as The Beast, which the kids must outwit in order to ensure the best game of baseball.

A Christmas Story (1983)

This beloved holiday film is based on the hilarious writings of author Jean Shepherd and follows young Ralphie Parker (Peter Billingsley), who spends most of his time avoiding a bully (Zack Ward) and wishing for his ideal Christmas present; a “Red Ryder air rifle.” On the way to school, young Ralphie (Peter Billingsley) is frequently at odds with his grumpy father (Darren McGavin). However, he is consoled by his loving mother (Melinda Dillon), who spends much of her time attempting to get through to him.

The Princess Bride (1987)

When a grandfather sits down to read with his ill grandson, the old man’s storytelling skills come alive as he reads him the story of Buttercup and Humperdinck. The tale is one that has been passed from father to son for generations; an epic love affair set against insurmountable odds in which all seems lost until hope arrives on the scene -literally at first sight-to save them! It begins when Princess “Butter ” (as she’s known) gets kidnapped by pirates because her dad can’t pay back some money owed, who then demands ransom or else….

Toy Story (1995)

Woody (Tom Hanks), a pleasant cowboy doll who is owned by a young boy named Andy (John Morris), finds his place as Andy’s favorite toy challenged when his parents get him a Buzz Lightyear action figure. Woody and Buzz, on the other hand, are convinced they’ve been sent back in time to rejoin Andy’s family. Worse still, Buzz believes he is a real spaceman on a mission to return home to his planet. Woody and Buzz must evade Sid Phillips’ (Erik von Detten) grasp and reconnect with their child after Andy’s mom takes them to the grocery store.

The Karate Kid (1984)

Ralph Macchio is back as Daniel, a pizza delivery kid who travels with his mother (Randee Heller) to Southern California. He is the victim of a group of bullies at the Cobra Kai dojo, where he joins his stepfather (William Zabka), half-brother Johnny (Ralph Macchio), and new friend Hugo Stiglitz (Tony O’Dell) to fight them. Daniel, however, encounters Mr. Miyagi (Noriyuki “Pat” Morita), an unassuming repairman who just so happens to be a martial arts master himself. Daniel is trained by Miyagi in a kinder sort of karate and prepares him for the vicious Cobra Kai.

Mary Poppins (1964)

Mary Poppins (Julie Andrews) comes to the Banks family when Jane (Karen Dotrice) and Michael (Matthew Garber), the children of the wealthy and stuffy Banks family, are looking for a new nanny. Mary’s Cockney entertainer friend, Bert (Dick Van Dyke), joins her in her fantastic exploits, and the children try to pass on some of their nanny’s cheerful outlook to their distracted parents (David Tomlinson, Glynis Johns).

Matilda (1996)

Danny De Vito plays a father who is an unpleasant, distant man in this film adaptation of a Roald Dahl book. Matilda Wormwood (Mara Wilson) is a bright girl who must put up with her terrible, distant father (Danny DeVito) and mother (Rhea Perlman). Even worse, Agatha Trunchbull (Pam Ferris), Matilda’s school’s evil principal, is a frighteningly severe bully. However, after Matilda learns she has telekinesis, she uses it to defend her friends from Trunchbull’s fury and rebel against her unpleasant parents.

How to Train Your Dragon (2010)

The young Viking, Hiccup, wants to join his village’s battle against the dragons that terrorize them in the North Sea. However, Stoik the Vast, his stern father and town leader, will not allow him to do so because he is small, lame, but inventive. Hiccup’s father, Stoick, the Vast, is furious with him and orders him to leave Berk until he learns that Hiccup has created a flying machine. However, Toothless appears and informs Hiccup of his discovery: dragons exist. Despite this information, however, Hiccup journeys out into battle and downs a strange Night Fury.

How to Train Your Dragon 2 (2014)

Hiccup and Toothless have been living on Berk with the dragons and Vikings for five years. Now they explore the island’s uncharted areas as a way to fill time. During one of their escapades, Toothless and Hiccup discover a hidden cave packed with hundreds of wild dragons – both alive and undead. Drago, a power-hungry fighter from the Ice Tribe, arrives on Berk with a small army to take over the island. Hiccup must find a way to stop Drago and protect the dragons.

Tangled (2010)

A retelling of a classic fairytale with an anime twist. Since she was taken as a newborn baby by an ancient crone, beautiful princess Rapunzel has been imprisoned in a tower. Her magnificent long blonde hair has the ability to reverse age, and the wicked Gothel exploits this power to keep her young. At the age of 18, Rapunzel decides she has had enough of her prison and escapes, only to become entangled in the plots of a handsome bandit named Flynn Rider (Zachary Levi) when he rescues her.

Jumanji (1995)

The sibling’s Peter (Bradley Pierce) and Judy Shephard (Kirsten Dunst) are transported into a world of adventure when they play a magical board game. In the attic of an ancient mansion, the children discover a curious jungle-themed game called Jumanji. They rescue Alan Parrish (Robin Williams), who’s been trapped in the game’s inner world for decades, when they begin to play. The kids can release Alan permanently if they win Jumanji, but that entails running into massive bugs, nasty monkeys, and stampeding rhinos!

Wall-E (2008)

WALL-E is a garbage collector, which means he cleans up Earth’s garbage. He spends his days cleaning up one piece of trash at a time on the planet. WALL-E is the name of the last robot left on Earth. WALL-E, on the other hand, has a personality and is lonely for 700 years. Then he sees EVE (Elissa Knight), a sleek and shapely probe sent back to Earth on a scanning mission, who reignites his interest in life. WALL-E’s greatest adventure yet begins when he follows EVE across space after she disappears into an unknown world.

Free Willy (1993)

When a misfit like Jesse (Jason James Richter) desecrates the park, he is sent off to foster parents and has to work for it in order to make up for his crime. He befriends Willy, who is an Orca whale whose family has been separated from him as well, so they can find their way back together again by creating some dance routines with kind trainer Rae Lindley (Lori Petty). On the other hand, Dial, the park’s keeper, is trying to get Willy back, but Jesse does not want that. So he befriends him and tries his best to help him escape so they can all join together again as a family of whales.

Back to the Future (1985)

In this 1980s sci-fi thriller, Marty McFly (Michael J. Fox), a small-town student from California, is sent back in time after Doc Brown’s (Christopher Lloyd) failed experiment. In the ultimate chapter of Back to the Future, In Back to the Future, Marty travels through time in a modified DeLorean automobile and meets young versions of his parents (Crispin Glover, Lea Thompson), who must fall in love or else his existence will not be possible. Doc Brown must be saved and for that, Marty has to go back to his time.

Alice in Wonderland (1951)

In this Disney animated classic, the beloved fantasy story of Lewis Carroll comes to life. Alice (Kathryn Beaumont), a restless British youngster, falls down a rabbit hole and enters a fantastic world. Alice first encounters a number of odd people, including the grinning Cheshire Cat (Sterling Holloway) and the goofy Mad Hatter (Ed Wynn). Alice must stay on the Queen of Hearts’ good side if she wants to keep her head.

The Jungle Book (1967)

Mowgli, an abandoned kid who has been raised by wolves in Rudyard Kipling’s novel “The Jungle Book,” is menaced by the man-eating Shere Khan (George Sanders) on his tranquil existence in Disney’s classic animation based on the book. The best friend of Mowgli, Baloo the Bear (Phil Harris), decides to help the boy in his quest for survival when Shere Khan returns. While Bagheera, a panther voiced by Sebastian Cabot, is on watch duty and looking out for danger at all times.

Annie (1982)

Annie (Aileen Quinn) is an orphan living in a facility run by the evil Miss Hannigan (Carol Burnett). When a rich man named Oliver “Daddy” Warbucks (Albert Finney) decides to allow an orphan to live at his home so that he may boost his reputation, Annie is chosen. While Annie gets used to living in a mansion, Warbucks is given a new assistant. He hires Grace Farrell (Ann Reinking) to help him around the house, and she gets close to Annie as well as he does.

The Parent Trap (1998)

In this continuation of a 1961 film, twins Annie and Hallie (Lindsay Lohan) are strangers until fate brings them together. Nick (Dennis Quaid), the girls’ divorced father, lives in Europe with one child, while Elizabeth (Natasha Richardson), their mother, resides in America with one kid. After getting to know each other at camp, American Hallie and British-raised Annie hatch a plan to swap identities, allowing both to spend time with their parents they’ve missed. If the ruse succeeds, it may be the psychological key that reunites the family.

Elf (2003)

Buddy (Will Ferrell) was adopted to the North Pole as a toddler and raised by Santa’s elves after being accidentally transported there as a youngster. Buddy, an adult, leaves his job with Barney and goes to New York City in full elf costume in search of his biological father. Upon meeting his father (James Caan), he awkwardly tries to fit in and learns that Santa is planning a Christmas trip to New York. His father, Walter Hobbs, is a frustrated business executive. He tries to form a relationship with Buddy after an analysis of his DNA reveals this, but the consequences become increasingly disastrous.

Ratatouille (2007)

Despite being a rat in a profession that is definitely rodent-phobic, Remy aspires to be a magnificent chef. Remy, a young, ambitious chef from New York, must go to Paris to pursue his ambition, and he uses Linguini, the hapless garbage boy, as a test kitchen. He has to hide while putting his culinary skills to the test in the kitchen but with hilarious results. Remy eventually gets an opportunity to show off his abilities as a good chef.

Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory (1971)

A kind kid from a low-income family longs to obtain one among the five golden tickets hidden inside chocolate bar wraps, which will allow him to visit the strange and reclusive magical factory of Willy Wonka. Ghastly, youngsters find one by one, but will the youth discover the final remaining ticket and realize all of his objectives? Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory was a best-selling children’s book written by Roald Dahl in 1964, but it didn’t get adapted to film until 1971.

Labyrinth (1986)

Teenager Sarah is compelled by her father and stepmother to look after her infant brother Toby while they are out of the house. When she asks for it, Jareth appears before her and takes away both babies. Toby grows silent out of the blue, and when Sarah searches for him in his cradle, she finds that her wish has come true and the Goblin King Jareth has abducted him to his castle in the Goblin City deep within a maze. Sarah is remorseful and begs Jareth to return Toby; however, the Goblin King informs her that she must save him by conquering the labyrinth.

My Dog Skip (2000)

Willie Morris is the only son of the bitter war veteran Jack Morris, who lost his limb in Spain, and the housewife and beautiful mother, Ellen Morris, in Yazoo, Mississippi. Willie is tormented at school by three classmates, and his one friend is Dink Jenkins, a baseball player adored by the community. Willie is left alone when Dink goes to war in the Second World War. Ellen, despite Jack’s protest, gives a dog to her son on his ninth birthday. Willie introduces Skipper “Skip” as his closest buddy. Skip aids Willie in forming friendships and getting close to Rivers Applewhite, whose affection he has.

The Muppet Movie (1979)

Kermit, the Frog, leaves his home in Florida for California after deciding to pursue a film career. Kermit’s journey begins in New York City, where he meets Fozzie Bear, Miss Piggy, Gonzo, and the Electric Mayhem. When Doc Hopper (Charles Durning) offers Kermit a position as an adman for his restaurant empire, he refuses. However, Hopper does not give up and pursues the frog crew to the last confrontation.

Up (2009)

A 78-year-old balloon vendor named Carl Frederickson is about to realize a lifelong ambition. Thousands of balloons are attached to his home, and he takes off for South America’s wilderness. But curmudgeonly Carl’s worst nightmare comes true when he discovers that Russell, a young boy, is hiding aboard the balloon-powered house as a stowaway. This is the best children’s movie of all time, one that will be remembered for generations to come.

Spirited Away (2001)

In this Hayao Miyazaki-directed animated feature, 10-year-old Chihiro (Rumi Hiiragi) and her parents (Takashi Naitô, Yasuko Sawaguchi) visit a seemingly abandoned amusement park. Chihiro’s father and mother are transformed into enormous swine after she sees the strange man Haku (Miyu Irino). Chihiro meets the enigmatic Haku (Miyu Irino), who informs her that the park is a vacation spot for supernatural beings who need to recharge their batteries and that she must work there in order to rescue her parents.

The Lego Movie (2014)

Emmet (Chris Pratt), a LEGO figurine who always obeys the rules, is mistaken for a Special, an extraordinary being and the key to saving the planet. He is drafted into a fellowship of strangers who are on an epic quest to stop the evil tyrant Lord Garmadon (Will Ferrell) from gluing the universe together. Emmet was once considered ordinary and unnoticeable, but he gradually changes when other people start hanging out with him and bestows upon him all sorts of special abilities.

The Witches (1990)

On a trip to England with his grandmother, Helga (Mai Zetterling), young Luke (Jasen Fisher) inadvertently catches sight of a gathering of witches. The evil Grand High Witch (Anjelica Huston) turns him into a mouse, and she tells her followers that the best way to kill Luke is for each of them to volunteer one hair. When the witches discover that Luke has overheard them, they put the formula to the test on him. Now, with help from Helga and Mr. Stringer (Rowan Atkinson), Luke the mouse must defend himself against the witches. The best family movie ever should be shared with children, which makes it even more special.

Zootopia (2016)

Zootopia, a mammal metropolis populated by animals from every species, is governed by a rabbit mayor and home to residents of all sorts. Judy Hopps (Ginnifer Goodwin) becomes the first rabbit in Paw Patrol to be a police officer, and she discovers how challenging law enforcement is actually. Judy is excited about the chance to solve a new mystery, and in the process, she teams up with scam-artist fox Nick Wilde (Jason Bateman) to uncover a conspiracy.

Zootopia is the best family movie ever made because of its unique storyline and outstanding animation. The best family movies should be fun for all ages, and Zootopia has a little something to offer everyone in the audience, from adorable children to well-versed adults looking for an entertaining night.

Stuart Little (1999)

The Littles pick up a charming young mouse named Stuart when they go to an orphanage to adopt a new member of the family. George is initially hostile to his new brother, the family cat, Snowbell, but she is even less welcoming towards a mouse as her “master.” She plots to get rid of him. Stuart, in an attempt to overcome these challenges, resolves to face them with all the pluck, love, and bravery he can muster. He demonstrates to his new family that big accomplishments may exist in little spaces by demonstrating his lady new relatives.

Joshua Garner

Joshua calls himself nerd+geek who is also passionate about football. He enjoys comics, animes, and science fiction. He finds his comfort in writing about suspense, thrillers and science fiction shows and movies.

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