One of the nice things that families can do together is to enjoy a family movie night at the local theater. Parents and children alike are in luck this year, because there are so many great family movies that have been released, and that the whole family will enjoy. Some of the best of these are described below, and if you have not had a chance to go see them, by all means, gather your clan and take them to a local theater where they show.
This is probably the greatest movie year for the family because almost everyone has been clamoring for a sequel to the original movie that came out six years ago. The original movie was such a big hit, and songs from the show that was so impressive, that they have played and re-played since then.
While it is doubtful whether or not a follow-up film can have the same kind of popularity, it will definitely attract a lot of fans just on the strength of the first film.
This movie is another in a series of live-action remake released by Disney, which is the story of the flying elephant can only do when holding a magic feather.
Much of the appeal of this film is the fact that tugs at the heartstrings when Dumbo is separated from his mother, and the other interesting part is the strong acting by Colin Farrell, Michael Keaton and Danny DeVito. If you liked the original movie, you will definitely appreciate this one as well.
When the original treatment Disney Aladdin was released, it surged in popularity is based on a comic style panic jin Robin Williams portrayed in the story. This time, Will Smith fills the role of the genie, and his performance is also very interesting in the way of his own comic.
The storyline is the same, with Aladdin seek his princess hand, while admitting that she only way poor children who could never hope to win her heart. Magic lamp and genie, of course, changed all that, and that where the fun comes in.
The Addams Family
The original Addams Family characters appearing in comic New Yorker who is very close to the adaptations made to this version of the offbeat and terrible animation families adjust.
Charlize Theron portrays Morticia, with Oscar Isaac plays the role of Gomez Addams, and Bette Midler and Allison Janney lend their voice talents to the film as well. All original spookiness and comic mayhem you’ve come to expect from this noble group on full display in classic animation.
Dora and the Lost City of Gold
If you’ve been wondering why there was never a full-length movie starring Dora the Explorer before, you can set your mind at ease, because of the current.
Like the animated TV series, this movie is a live-action version filled with adventure and action, with Dora forced to navigate the wild world of wild setting, high school, before moving on to one another and try to save her lost parents in the forest.