The 5 Best Kids Movies

5 Best Kids Movies
5 Best Kids Movies
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There is a special place in the hearts of kids’ movies for audiences, with their magical worlds, unforgettable characters, and universal messages that transcend age. Through animated tales and modern-day quests, these films foster imagination, teach us valuable life lessons, and create treasured memories that can be cherished for ages. In this journey, we traverse through the colorful landscapes of children’s cinema to honor its best in storytelling, creativity, and wonderment. So here we talk about 5 Best Kids Movies.

The Lion King (1994)

Can it be the best Shakespeare film ever made? Disney reached its peak in the 1990s with this stunning adaptation of Hamlet where the tragic character of Denmark was given a twist as an ambitious lion cub who cannot wait to become king. All of these elements are combined into one delightful package; songs (from Sir Elton himself) that will stick around your mind long after credits have rolled; voice cast (James Earl Jones’s deep baritones are another highlight) that makes animal voices more human-like; and animation soaring like savannah itself.

Toy Story 2 (1999)

When has a sequel ever bettered its original? The Godfather Part II is one such exception. Terminator 2: Judgment Day did it. And Pixar somehow managed to pull off Better Sequel – only their third feature film – so that they could join similar rarefied company. 1995’s Toy Story wasn’t much of a low bar…far from it…but what followed readily stands up against anything else done by this excellent animation studio at their golden period- this story has both hearts breaking and warming back-to-back. They really do stay together forever.

The Wizard Of Oz (1939)

Not just one of the greatest kids’ films ever made but one of the greatest films period, if you want to kill two birds with one stone show it to your kids. There are some very important things about life such as having a heart or brains or loyal little dogs that you learn over all those glorious songs, kaleidoscopic sets, and a lot of Munchkin mayhem. But if your kiddies ask why it’s okay for Dorothy to kill so many people, I’m afraid I can’t help.

My Neighbour Totoro (1988)

“I think that when children become three or four years old, they just need to see Totoro.” – Hayao Miyazaki, Studio Ghibli founder. And he should know because few directors possess such an instinctive understanding of what stirs up the imagination of a child. It is actually a tale about loneliness being conquered by the friendship between two kids and their large grey fuzzy spirit as well as the magical Catbus.

E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial (1982)

This is the story of one weird-looking alien with ESP and beer who didn’t make it on time for the last flight home. This is the story of a shy lonely boy whose strange family life has to face dark forces from outside his known world. It’s also about single parents and broken marriages; small-town American suburbia; and lost innocence rediscovered; it’s Steven Spielberg’s most Spielbergian movie: unashamedly hopeful, completely sincere, and beautifully naïve in an incredibly cinematic 20th-century fable. (And it also has the quintessential John Williams score, which makes your heart swell with pride and goose flesh). It’s iconic, timeless, perfect basically!

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