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We know just how important it is to keep the whole family entertained, especially when you have children of all different ages…That is why we have put together our top 10 family movies that are guaranteed to excite your little ones and the adults too!

So grab the blankets, dim the lights, make some hot chocolate, grab some popcorn and cuddle up on the sofas, ready for a cosy night in.

1. The Lion King (1994)

A lion-sized hit at the cinema which has gone from strength to strength since! Simba, the lion cub who grows from young pretender to regal presence at Pride Rock, is our flawed hero; Scar, the hissable villain; Pumba and Timbo, the fun and flatulent double act who provide the laughs. Hakuna Matata!

Google Rating: 92% of people like this film.

2. Night At The Museum (2006)

It doesn’t matter if you love museums or not… You’ll want to visit one after this fantastic action movie! Larry, a night security guard at the Museum of Natural History, gets some help from the exhibits who come alive at night to foil a robbery attempt of a magic tablet.

Google Rating: 94% of people like this film.

3. Mrs. Doubtfire (1993)

Robin Williams has the power to move us to tears—first with laughter, then with heartbreak, in this popular flick.  Dan the carefree, funny husband must face the music when his marriage starts to take a tumble and his wife asks for a separation. Dan devises a plan to get more time with his kids by going undercover as a nanny, gaining an even closer relationship with his family in the process.

Google Rating: 92% of people like this film.

4. Bedtime Stories (2008)

Everyone likes bedtime stories… Right? Well, the ordinary lives of a hotel handyman and his niece and nephew take a magical turn, when the handyman’s grand bedtime stories begin to come true. 

Google Rating: 89% of people like this film.

5. Finding Nemo (2003)

A stunning underwater adventure! After his son gets abducted from the Great Barrier Reef and is dispatched to Sydney, Marlin, a meek clownfish, enlists the help of a forgetful fish and embarks on a journey to bring him home.

Google Rating: 90% of people like this film.

6. Home Alone (1990)

Who wouldn’t want to spend the holidays in the City of Lights? The McCallister clan is more than ready to leave the burbs behind for Christmas in Paris. But things go slightly awry  when they realise one very important item has been left at home: their son Kevin.

Google Rating: 93% of people like this film.

7. Alice in Wonderland (2010)

We’re all mad here… Alice, now 19 years old, follows a rabbit in a blue coat to a magical wonderland from her dreams, 2008where she is reunited with her friends who make her realise her true destiny.

Google Rating: 90% of people like this film.

8. Harry Potter (2001)

Just magnificent… Harry Potter is a series of fantasy movies written by British author J. K. Rowling. The movies chronicle the lives of a young wizard, Harry Potter, and his friends Hermione Granger and Ron Weasley, all of whom are students at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry.

Google Rating: 94% of people like this film.

9. Karate Kid (2010)

A wonderful family, martial arts drama! Dre, a 12-year-old boy, is bullied by Cheng, a rebellious kung fu prodigy, at his school. However, things begin to change after he befriends maintenance man Mr Han, who happens to be a kung fu expert.

Google Rating: 93% of people like this film.

10. Toy Story (1995)

It feels like Buzz Lightyear, Woody, Bo Peep, Hamm and pals have been in our lives forever. The inhabitants of that magical place called Andy’s Room feel like friends who are always there in good times and bad. it has the gang rescuing a depressed Buzz from their toy-vandalising neighbour Sid.

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