3 Timeless Animated Movies for the Whole Family

3 Timeless Animated Movies for the Whole Family

These classic movies are forever ingrained in our childhoods - here are the ones to introduce to your little ones during movie night!

Since you can’t avoid spending most of your time inside the house, why not enjoy yourself by finding entertaining things to do that’ll get the whole family involved. A good way to do so is by watching movies together. But if you have little ones with you, the types of movies you choose to watch will need to be heavily considered so that they are suitable for them and at the same time can be enjoyed by both children and adults alike. Therefore, consider watching any one or all of the animated movies we have listed below. They’ll surely make for a great time for you and your family.

1. Mulan (1998)

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The live-action version of this classic Disney movie starring Liu Yifei as well as other notable Chinese actors such as Donnie Yen, Jet Li, and Gong Li was set to premiere last month but due to the threat of coronavirus, the worldwide screening of the movie has been delayed until further notice. But just because you can’t view the live-action version doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy the story. So go ahead and watch the original animated version of Mulan, you won’t regret it at all.

2. Toy Story (1995-2019)

toy story

Toy Story was such a big hit amongst children of the 90s that it’d be a shame not to rewatch all four movies again with your family and children. The fact that even as adults this movie franchise remains to be enjoyable proves its timeless attraction and charm. Each movie has unforgettable heartstring-tugging moments that’ll bring you and your family closer than ever before.

3. How to Train Your Dragon (2010-2019)

how to train your dragon

Out of the three animated movies listed here, it is the most recent. Where Mulan was all about the empowerment of women (no man needed to save the world) and Toy Story was about friendship (between the toys as well as children), How to Train Your Dragon focused on the concept of not judging a book by its cover for even though one might look or act a certain way, there’s usually something more to the story as not everything might be as it seems.

Since we don’t want to spoil the movies for you we’ve purposely omitted their summaries as we believe that it’ll be more fun and not to mention give you something to do by searching for it yourself online. If you want to do something that’s equally as interesting if not more so, head on over to an online gift store and start creating your own Disney-themed souvenirs or memorabilia that can be enjoyed by you and your loved ones at home.

This article has been republished with permission from Printcious

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