Top 10 Kids Movies

Watching movies has always been one of the ways we spend time together as a family, but it’s also how the boys enjoy spending time at weekends and after school, especially if there’s a new movie out they’ve been waiting for. Over the years we have accumulated hundreds of DVDs and most evenings the Hubby and I sit and watch something, whether that’s a movie or our favourite TV show. The boys enjoy sitting in our 'movie room' munching on popcorn and watching a movie They love it even more when their friends visit for movie night. Given our love of movies I asked the boys to share their top 10 kids movies with you.


Top 10 Kids Movies | A cinema is a great way of spending time together with your kids.
Visiting the cinema with your kids could be a great way of finding new movies.



At 5 years old LP has his favourites, they’re all animated and that just reflects his preferences at the moment. 



Wreck It Ralph 


He loves Wreck It Ralph, all the jokes and the colour gets him laughing. This is one movie we don’t mind watching with him too, it’s amusing seeing all of the “old school” references like PacMan and how all the characters from our favourite Arcade Machine games interact with one another. It’s a fun movie with a good story. 



The Incredibles 


LP loves the action in this movie, and his favourite character is Dash - to be honest I think he thinks of himself as a bit of a Dash! He’s always rushing around and trying to speed through everything. He enjoys watching Dash help his dad (which he also likes to do) and be the superheroes they were born to be. A fantastic movie, made by Pixar (I haven’t seen a bad Pixar movie yet!), and one all the family can enjoy. 





I have a very simple definition of a good movie: a good movie makes you forget you're watching a movie.

Michael Cimino





Toy Story 3 


Another Pixar movie LP always enjoys a Toy Story day. He will often want to watch all three in quick succession. And of course he has to have his Buzz Lightyear and Woody dolls with him when watching. Woody is his favourite, and he even has a pull string too. It’s funny watching him play with Woody as he watches the movie. 



The Lego Movie 


Young boys do love Lego don’t they? Imagine a movie that brings that lego to life. I have no doubt that’s why LP loves this movie so much. Seeing characters like Batman brought to life who have a brilliant sense of humour too - a young boy’s dream. The Hubby and I have watched The Lego Movie too and I have to say it’s very entertaining. There’s some jokes that must go over the kids heads and Hubby and I always laugh. I love a kids movie that acknowledges adults will be watching too. 



Ice Age Series 


This is a bit of a cheat because there’s 3 movies in the series (so far) but LP tends to watch them together. He has a bedding set themed on Ice Age, and he has books to read too. I think he likes all the snow and watching the animals have fun while beating the challenges thrown at them during the movie. 


Top 10 Kids Movies | The snow in Ice Age is very appealing to the kids.
A winter wonderland the kids would love.



BP, now 10 years old, prefers the older movies. He does enjoy a good animated movie but his tastes are starting to change a little and there are a one or two live action movies he likes too. 



Star Wars 3 


I’m not sure why he chose this movie in particular but it is his favourite of the Star Wars movies. To be honest I’m not much of a fan of the series but I know it’s huge and very popular. I think BP likes it because of all the fantasy - the aliens and space travel is very appealing to a young aspiring writer



Lilo & Stitch 


Being a huge Stitch fan, he’s even drawn him once or twice, this one was an obvious choice. He likes the story but I think what he likes most is that he gets to see Stitch. I love this movie because it’s about family, and teaches children that even though someone might be a bit different they can still be part of your family. A good lesson I think. 





One of my main weaknesses is a good movie. I'll just bawl my eyes out. 

Randy Houser





Rio 2 


Not having watched this movie I don’t know a lot about it, but I do know it’s about birds. BP often has this movie playing after school when he’s “chilling out”. 



The Simpsons The Movie 


It’s so funny when BP watches this movie because he laughs a lot. His funny little laugh echoes through the house and I have to laugh too. The movie is full of amusing things and I think the fact that it’s about The Simpsons, a dysfunctional family that truly love one another despite driving each other mad, makes it fantastic. And BP loves the SpiderPig too. 



The Sorcerer's Apprentice 


Another movie that also fuels his love of fantasy. A young boy learns to be a sorcerer, as the title suggests, but BP likes it because I guess he can imagine himself being that boy. He likes the magic and mystery of this movie.


Magic...


When given the choice I’m not sure whether BP would choose an animated or a live-action movie, I think it depends what mood he is in. 

We have friends coming over this evening because the Hubby is in South Korea and we decided to have a movie night. The boys chose their movie - Frozen. LP said he wanted to watch that movie because his friend is a girl and he thinks she would prefer that. I have no doubt he is right. 



What are your kids' favourite movies? 




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8 comments

  1. I think you're safe with anything Disney Pixar, my little ones faves are Toy Story and Cars. He likes The Lorax too #PoCoLo

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    1. You're right, Disney Pixar are brilliant at what they do. The Lorax is a favourite of mine (I even sing along to the intro!).

      Thanks for stopping by and commenting Rebecca, I appreciate it. xx

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  2. These are all great films - and great for any age (big kids included!). Grace loves the X Men series - we just watched X Men First Class again this evening and I really enjoy it. Thank you for linking to #PoCoLo :) x

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    1. Personally I love the Disney Pixar movies but the older ones are good too. I haven't seen X Men First Class, I guess I ought to. I'm sure it's one BP would like. :)

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  3. My youngest is 10 too and he likes the Johnny English films for their slapstick humour. Worth a watch if you can put up with Rowan A (I couldn't stand Mr Bean but don't mind these).

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    1. We have those films and you know I never thought about them when BP asks for another movie. I'll have to keep that in mind now, I think he'd love them. Thanks for the tip! :) (I wasn't so keen on Mr Bean either.)

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  4. We're only really getting into films...the only ones that N (aged 3) will happily watch are Rio and Jungle Book. I've got a stack of Disney awaiting him

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    1. Oh yes I love those two. You've got loads of awesome films ahead of you. I'm sure your little one will love the Disney ones when it comes round to it. Thanks for stopping by. xx

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