Big Hero 6 This movie has it all- emotion, action, humor, and a great cast of characters. I am a huge Disney fan and I cannot wait until my son enjoys these movies also!! If you check your local library, they often have some really good, old fashioned movies from before kids needed adult themes to keep their attention! Thank you for all of the feedback. If your child is very afraid of shadows or boogeymen, i would think twice. Looking forward to other movie recs We have a similar media strategy and preferences and also have a 4 year old. Does anyone have any recommendations for videos that are engaging, educational, girl empowering, etc.
In terms of old movies, I would look for something with Doris Day as a starter. They are funny, feature a diverse cast of kids -- including some very bright and able girls -- and teach lots of fun stuff about science, music, dinosaurs and the like. I want to give them the exciting experience they're looking for but without the potential trauma of watching inappropriate content. It will list all the insults used, describe every act of violence, etc. This movie comes out next week, if anyone sees it, can you tell me if it is appropriate for a 4.
Finding nemo, bugs life, cars, wall-e, Toy story, Peter pan, Fox and the hound, The jungle book, The lion king, Pinochio, 101 Dalmations, Mary poppins if he like music Mickey mouse clubhouse, Up, All dogs go to heaven, Bolt, Horton hears a who, And Tarzan. We went and it was not a good thing. I think some of the later ones are in color. According to the Parent Previews website, the many characters of the film's three-part story are very appealing to children. Where can we find more positive stories like that in My Neighbor Totoro without resorting to Christian Broadcasting :-? Almost all the Disney movies are appropriate for a 3 year old. Are you a caregiver or nanny? Rebecca Nov 2007 We're having a movie party for our soon-to-be 6 year old boy.
So far, their favorite is Bambi. It is primarily science based i. Take it how you want to, but here's my list of old Disney movies that I remember watching and enjoying with my family. What are their ages and what did they think? We'd be interested in hearing other recommendations as we're getting a little bored of watching Homeward Bound every weekend. Besides Barney, we have a few Cirque Du Soleil videos which are enjoyable for all ages and some National Geographic kid videos which they like, but not every day. Thanks, Natasha If your girls were fans of The Secret Garden and A Little Princess, they might like Jane Eyre.
Sebastian is a Red Jamaican Crab. Then if you don't enjoy the movie you can try a different one. They are silent, so they are set to music, but many of them I think are very entertaining and slapstick and would work for children. DragonTales and Sesame Street are for slightly younger--shows for older kids often have the kids being extra loud, dramatic and showy which is not what needs to be learned here! It really depends on you reference, I let my 7 year old girl watch thor, so lego wasn't really a question. Any good films to recommend with age-appropriate story lines? Anyway, the shows make us both laugh, as well as prompt some good conversations on issues both big and small. He also likes ''Mary Poppins,'' and ''The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh. Often corny and overdonen but, thanks to censorship, they are almost always family fare.
He's not going to be sheltered by any means. Can anyone elaborate on what these might be? Suzie When my kids were a little older 8 and 5 they enjoyed ''Dirty Rotten Scoundrels'' with Michael Caine and Steve Martin. My 2 boys really like Mary Poppins, Disney animated Jungle Book great soundtrack! At the time of writing this, the third movie in the series Kung Fu Panda 3 is in theaters, so take your kids to that if they enjoyed the firs two films. You we know we all I what? We would read the book, then look up scriptures about what heaven is like 2 Corinthians 5:1; Revelation 21:23, 1 Corinthians 2:9 and talk about how wonderful heaven will be! Mary Poppins has this whole fantasy sequence with cartoons that my kids love. Anon April 2008 Nacho Libre.
When Melody is 12 years old, she is been sneaking out into the sea, longing to become a mermaid. When linking please provide a description of the discussion you'd like to have about the link you're sharing. . So we need some films that have a strong enough plot or enough action that the little one can follow along. It was funny, exciting, and sweet. Dont forget to go ahead and ask your wifes permission on the sports you mentioned. First, the sound in the theatre was too loud and it scared her.
He does love Mickey Mouse Club though!! The '90s version with William Hurt is especially good. My daughter used to be addicted to Hercules and Aladdin. I got some responses from people who have seen the movie. Then last weekend marked the opening of , a film released by Pure Flix Entertainment about a college freshman and devout Christian who finds his faith challenged on his first day of Philosophy class and puts him at the crossroads of having to choose between his faith and his future. It takes a lot of extra time but is so worthwhile.
Another one is A Little Romance with a 13-year old diane lane Old Tweener All of Degrassi Junior High is availble on dvd at netflix. Yes, the music can be like fingernails on a blackboard to adults, but kids like it. Pippi Longstocking The Black Stallion The Black Stallion Returns Stuart Little Ghostbusters Man of the House Chevy Chase Mouse Hunt Iron Giant one of the best! Seeing that your list only starts at 3, I guess I just have to wait. Unfortunately some of them are in black and white: Flubber original and remake Nutty Professor original The Love Bug Herbie Rides Again What's up Doc Ryan O'Neal, Madeleine Kahn Help A Hard Day's Night Dr. It was her first time to see a movie that wasn't just for a toddler showing. Please do not link to your blog, other active Reddit threads, or Facebook. Disney tolerable too Peter Pan Mary Martin version Some of the Veggie Tales Mary Poppins Wizard of Oz Brave Little Toaster Wind in the Willows Secret of Roan Inish Yellow Submarine A Christmas Story Sound of Music boy, it's long The Music Man sort of Bringing Up Baby Extra points if you can come up with something in color, but classics are fine too! Hotel Transylvania What happens when Dracula becomes overprotective of his daughter? Raiders is a film that any kid will become fascinated with, no matter how long ago the film was made.