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April 09, 2018 Monday 12:02:31 PM IST
All Time Hit Movies for Children

Movies are not just time passing entertainment. It can inspire, educate, teach and inject values in children. Here are some of the movies which can enlighten the children.

1. Home Alone:

The Home Alone movie series released in 1990, 1992, 1997 are a great movie feed for kids in their leisure time. The movies’ protagonist —lays traps to injure the bandits in order to save himself and the house while his parents are not at home. The movie delivers a strong message on how the kids can safeguard themse

2. The Karate Kid:

The movie talks about the zeal, passion and growth of a boy in the martial art form. It is an inspiring movie and kids must watch to understand the importance of hard work, perseverance and passion to develop expertise in a particular subject or an art form.

3. Baby's Day Out:

A family comedy film, is not only visual appealing but is loaded with so many comic scenes that children are sure to have great laughter time.

4. Hachi: A Dog's Tale:

This movie is based on the true story of real Japanese Akita dog Hachiko, who after the death of his owner, returned to the train station every day for the next nine years until he died in March 1935 waiting for his masters return. The kids will get to watch a true story of a faithful pet dog.

5. Enchanted:

For all the kids who are fairy tale fans, this movie has it all. This is a beautiful love story of a wonderful princess named Giselle and is narrated in a Disney style fashion. This American musical fantasy romantic comedy film is a rollercoaster ride that switches from animation to real life, and is a feast to the eyes.

6. Life of Pi:

The protagonist Patel finds his way to survive in a lifeboat that is adrift with a Bengal tiger. Padded with beautiful visuals and graphics it is a splendid movie that can be watched to see the survival of Patel. Children will definitely be in awe of this spectacularly made movie.

7. Jumanji:

Based on a 1981 fantasy children's picture book of the same name, the movie follows the adventures of people when playing a magic board game. This is an amazing movie that can be watched for the power of its story telling.

8. Finding Nemo:

Finding Nemo talks about a father- son fish duo. After his son is captured in the Great Barrier Reef and taken to Sydney, a timid clownfish sets out on a journey to bring him home.It is a 2003 American computer-animated film produced by Pixar Animation Studios and released by Walt Disney Pictures.

9. Frozen:

Ths 2013 Disney movie was well appreciated for not having a Hero to rescue the Heroine. It talks about the story of two Princesses sisters, Anna and Elsa.

10.Brave:

Merida, an independent archer, disobeys an ancient custom which unleashes a dark force. After meeting an elderly witch, as she journeys to reverse the curse, she discovers the real meaning of bravery. The movie gives a clear message to the kids about the importance of having one's own decisions and character. 

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