13 Dec 2018 | 3 min Read
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There’s nothing better than snuggling up on the couch with a tub of popcorn and binge-watching your favorite movies. Family movie time is a fun time, as you can giggle, gasp and bond together over amazing movies. 2018 was a great year for kids’ movies as it had a mix of sequels and new stories. Christmas holidays are close and if you’re looking to catch up on some parent-child time over a movie, here’s a list for you to choose from!
Little baby Jack-Jack is adorable in the movie and is loved by kids and adults alike. This power-packed movie on a superpower family gets the adrenaline pumping and the laughs jumping. It also has a message on teamwork.
Hotel Transylvania 3
Everyone’s favorite Count was back with the third sequel this year. This time, the family goes for a holiday and Count Dracula meets someone who he might be interested in. But does this person reciprocate Count’s feelings? Watch to find out!
The Grinch is synonymous with Christmas. A sad, lonely little creature who has a heart “two sizes too small” might make your kid a bit apprehensive, but s/he will sympathize with him as the story progresses. There’s something for everyone in this movie.
Ralph Breaks the Internet
This movie might be a little difficult for tiny tots to comprehend, especially if s/he doesn’t know what twitter, facebook or Youtube is (this we doubt) but the colors of the movie and the energy of the key characters make it an enjoyable watch.
This one manages to have the kid hopping all over the place like bunnies! Fluffy tails and tiny feet touch the hearts of the young and old alike. The movie teaches us to accept our mistakes and follow our heart.
This movie is all about friendships and cherishing them. Children are sure to love the adorable Winnie the Pooh, Piglet, Eeyore, Kanga and Tigger. The witty dialogues and the energy of Tigger coupled with the softness of Eeyore and Pooh teaches kids that all kinds make the world.
Make the most of your Christmas holidays by bonding with your loved ones over the choicest movies! Have you watched any of these movies with your kids? Which ones did they enjoy the most? Tell us in the comments.