Family Movie Night – 25 Family Movies We Love

Toy Story (1995) Review

Pixar classic is one of the best kids’ movies of all time.

AGE 4
The Adventures of Milo and Otis Review

A lovable pet tale about friendship despite differences.

AGE 5
Beauty and the Beast Review

The ultimate makeover story has strong, positive messages.

AGE 5
Finding Nemo Review

Sweet father-son tale has some very scary moments.

AGE 5
My Neighbor Totoro Review

Beautifully animated fantasy about friendship fit for all.

AGE 5
Babe Review

Heartwarming farm story is touching and a bit scary.

AGE 6
The Lion King Review

Musical king-of-the-beasts blockbuster is powerful, scary.

AGE 6
Mary Poppins Review

World’s coolest nanny celebrates family and fun.

AGE 6
My Fair Lady Review
Witty, stylish musical classic will entertain all ages.
AGE 6
Shrek Review

Gross-out laughs meet a marvelous fairytale mix.

AGE 6
Singin' in the Rain Review

Often considered the finest musical of all time.

AGE 6
The Sound of Music Review

Outstanding family film features glorious music.

AGE 6
The Wizard of Oz Review

Even decades later, one of the best family films ever made.

AGE 6
E.T.: The Extra-Terrestrial Review

Spielberg’s family classic is still one of the best.

AGE 7
Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone Review

First Potter movie is a magical ride but also intense.

AGE 7
The Incredibles Review

Top-notch, action-packed fun for the entire family.

AGE 7
The Nightmare Before Christmas Review

Tim Burton magic with just a touch of scariness.

AGE 7
Star Wars: Episode IV: A New Hope Review

Sci-fi action classic perfect for sharing with kids.

AGE 7
A Christmas Story Review

Wonderful antidote to cutesy holiday tales; some swearing.

AGE 8
The Princess Bride Review

Witty, winsome fairy tale for the whole family.

AGE 8
Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory Review

Pure, sweet imagination for both kids and adults.

AGE 8
Spellbound Review
Families should see this m-a-r-v-e-l-o-u-s film.
AGE 9
Indiana Jones and the Raiders of the Lost Ark Review

Indy’s first adventure is a rip-roaring action masterpiece.

AGE 11
To Kill a Mockingbird Review

Masterpiece with crucial lessons about prejudice.

AGE 12
Monty Python and the Holy Grail Review

Nonstop hilarity for families; some bawdy humor.

AGE 13
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