Bonding with your family is certainly one of the best things you can ever experience and watching a movie with your family can be a good way to enjoy the moment. This activity has been considered as one of the most exciting and appealing modes of leisure, while most people choose watching movies during their leisure time. This is also true when it comes to family bonding. With the hundreds and thousands of films made by professional producers and directors worldwide, there is an extensive range of family movies to choose from.
From fantasy and time travel to musicals and young love, there is always something for everyone. The following are some of the movies your whole family will surely love, including teenagers:
- 2001’s Monsters, Inc.
In the Monstropolis City, power is produced by the extraction of children’s screams whenever they are frightened by monsters inside their rooms during nighttime. But then, it seems that those monsters themselves are also frightened with the presence of the children. After a naive little girl winds up accidentally in Monstropolis, the things in the city have turned into a riot. This film is one of the earlier efforts from Pixar. It features the excellent voice-over work of John Goodman and Billy Crystal. This film is surely perfect for everyone because it is Rated G.
- 2004’s Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban
This is the third one from the Harry Potter series. It is the first one to catch the mysterious spirit of books by J.K. Rowling’s. It is Harry Potter’s another year at Hogwarts on which he finds himself being in danger once again. This time, he is one the sentry for his renegade godfather, who is escaping from the magical law enforcement. Though little ones might enjoy with the first 2 films within the series, parents need to be cautious this time, as it is more appropriate to older children. It is rated PG, hence a perfect movie for the family.
- 2004’s The Incredibles
Married superheroes retire and try to live a normal, quiet life within the outer reaches with their children, Violet and Dash. The fun begins after an enemy makes threats to the world, which forces them to return into action. It is surely an enjoyable film with superb animation and an amazingly deep story. It is Rated PG.
- 2005’s The Chronicles of Narnia
The Lion, the Witch, the Wardrobe and Prince Caspian, a minute into these action-packed, fantastic adventures within the land of Narnia, and you and your will be captured. The anticipations will bring you at the edge of your seat, while the beautifully choreographed action sequences will surprise you. For children who prefer cartoons, an animated edition is also available. This will encourage them to check out and read the whole series collection of The Chronicles of Narnia with 7 total books. The film is also Rated PG, making it perfect for the whole family’s viewing.
These films mentioned above are only some of the ideal movies you can watch with your whole family. Now, there are more and more movies being produced that best suited a family’s viewing requirements.