How to Train Your Dragon Trilogy
"Master of Dragon Training" and its two sequels are seriously underestimated. This family movie series is a perfect growth story. Following the terrible haddock III of Little Hiccup, he changed from a misfit to the ultimate Burke Viking Chief. Of course, without the help of his best friend and Giant Dragon Yenu's toothless, his journey would be impossible.
E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial
Are you ready to call home while eating Reese's Pieces? This is what this forever loving alien did in Steven Spielberg's 1982 classical family movie. This family movie about the friendship between humans and stranded aliens not only touched the hearts of several generations of fans, but also won four Oscar awards. Oh, it also introduced a special little actress to the world. You may have heard of her: Drew Barrymore.
Experience the masterpieces of Hayao Miyazaki/Studio Ghibli movies without age limit. "Spirited Away" is a gorgeous animated story about a young girl who found herself in the spiritual world of Japanese folklore and began to seek to return to the world. (We suggest that children over 10 years old use this, or when children can deal with the parents of the protagonist becoming pigs. Your phone number.)A great family movie suit for every child.
Those roaring drums? After reading this sentence, the game becomes lifelike. This classic hit song about a group of children finding themselves in the all embracing board game Jumanji has become a classic in the 1990s. To say the least, this is a bright spot. Their new mentor in this story world is the great cross generational communicator: Robin Williams.
Another Pixar work is very suitable for pleasing the public (let the children ask why you cry). Inside Out is a journey of introspection of a young girl's inner feelings. When she controls her family's recent actions, she turns them into happy, sad, angry and other characters.
If Carrie had a happy ending in a parallel universe, it would be Mathilda. Matilda Wormwood is a young girl with a strong thirst for knowledge. She was rejected and pushed aside by her engrossed parents and the school authorities. That is, until Mathilda discovered that she had long-range power. This sounds as interesting as Danny DeVito's adaptation of British children's books.