Going to the movies can be a hassle for parents, but luckily today you can enjoy a huge selection of great films from the comfort of your couch. And you can get the kids involved, too.
Netflix recently shared a collection of beloved family movies available on the streaming platform. Take a nostalgia trip on family movie night with these modern classics you can watch with your kids.
The animated “Anastasia” film turns 20 this year, so it’s a good time to take a little “Journey to the Past” with your kids.
“FernGully” came out in the 90s, but its message of environmental protection remains relevant.
The biblical musical is a great way to teach kids the story of the Book of Exodus … and get “When You Believe” stuck in your head.
The Disney classic has some tearjerking moments (Phil Collins, you slay us), but it’s ultimately an uplifting film about family.
The 2000 hit stop-motion animation movie features some unlikely heroes and a lot of good laughs.
The story of a Central Park ant colony appeals to kids and adults.
The film adaptation of the famous “The sky is falling” fable is fun for the whole fam.
Prepare to have “Tomorrow” and “It’s the Hard Knock Life” stuck in your head for days.
There are too many iconic moments to count in this kid favorite.
The adventures of Alfalfa, Spanky, Darla and the gang never get boring.
Just your typical movie about a family that adopts a lovable Sasquatch.
“Babe” remains a classic for animal-loving kids.
The Pee-wee Herman love clearly still lives on. In fact, Netflix released the latest sequel only a year ago.
Visit the world of Rick Moranis’ offbeat inventor character. You’ll never eat Cheerios the same way again.
The original Hayley Mills version is a favorite for many families.
This Adam Sandler classic is both hilarious and heartwarming.
This groundbreaking combination of animation and live action is fun for everyone.
Though we’re still a bit confused by the whole “If you want to find love, change everything about yourself” message, the iconic songs make this an enduring hit.
You “don’t wanna miss a thing” in this sci-fi disaster epic.
Two words: Christian Slater.
Another Adam Sandler classic, “The Waterboy” is a different kind of football movie.
Watch Gregory Peck bring Atticus Finch to life.
Check out Patrick Dempsey long before his Dr. McDreamy days.
Romance, comedy, music and Barbra Streisand = perfection.