The Best Kids Movies On Netflix Right Now (June 2017)
Unleash your inner child with some of the best kid's movies currently on Netflix!
If you're looking for a list of the best kids movies you can watch on Netflix right now, then you've come to the right place. Here we've gathered a list of some of the best fun, family-friendly kids movies that are currently available to instantly stream on Netflix.
Among them you'll find everything from newer, stunning movies like The Jungle Book, as well as movies that will take you right back to your own childhood, such as Steven Spielberg's classic E.T. After all, who says children's movies come with an age limit?
So gather up your favorite little folks and get ready to have a night in with some of the best kids movies on Netflix right now!
E.T., one of Steven Spielberg’s most beloved movies of all time is back and available to screen with your favorite kids! In case you’re a little rusty, it’s the tale of a friendly space alien who befriends a young boy and his sister, played by an adorably tiny Drew Barrymore.
Martin Scorsese’s Hugo is a visual masterpiece, adapted from Brian Selznick’s novel “The Invention of Hugo Cabret.” It tells the story of a young Orphan boy named Hugo (Asa Butterfield) who lives in the walls of a train station in 1930’s Paris. Hugo works to finish a mysterious automaton begun by his late father, which leads him on an adventure in which his makes new friends and finally finds a place to call home.
Kung Fu Panda
Dreamworks’ hilarious animated film Kung Fu Panda features Jack Black as the voice of Po, a panda attempting to become a Kung Fu master. With the help of Master Shifu, voiced by Dustin Hoffman, Po manages to go from a struggling wanna-be to an unexpected hero in his own right.
The Nightmare Before Christmas
Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas is perhaps one of the most visually fascinating movies ever caught on film. It follows the story of Jack Skellington, the skeleton “Pumpkin King” of a world called Halloweentown where Halloween comes every day of the year. One day however, Jack stumbles into a world where Christmas reigns as the everyday holiday and decides to attempt to bring the holiday joy back to his own people with hilarious results.
Disney-Pixar’s Finding Dory is the sequal to Finding Nemo and takes place a year after Nemo finds his way home. Now long-time friends with clownfish Nemo (Hayden Rolence) and his dad Marlin (Albert Brooks), Dory is a hilariously absent minded blug tang named Dory (Ellen DeGeneres). When Dory decides to go in search of her parents, the little blue lady ends up finder herself as well along the way.
Walt Disney Animation Studios’ Zootopia is the tale of a city where all manner of animals live side by side in a modern metropolis. Amid the urban sprawl, we’re introduced to a bunny named Judy Hopps (Ginnifer Goodwin) who struggles to overcome the obstacles that come along with being the first rabbit ever to join the police force.
The Jungle Book (2016)
You may be familiar with The Jungle Book, the classic tale of Mowgli, a lost boy raised by wolves who attempts to outwit a cunning tiger with the help of a loyal bear and panther. The chances are however, you’ve never seen it like this. Filmed in an empty Los Angeles studio full of blue and green screens, the filmmakers designed most of the stunning special effects after the footage was captured. The result is a gorgeous adventure packed full of talking animals, music, and fun.
Honey, I Shrunk the Kids
Honey I Shrunk the Kids is basically catnip for any 90’s kid looking for a blast from the past they can enjoy with their own kids. The story stars Rick Moranis as a bumbling scientist whose invention accidentally shrinks his own children, who must then mount a perilous journey back home through their own backyard.
BFG is the story of Sophie, a 10-year-old girl who befriends a 24 foot tall Big Friendly Giant. As the two form a bond, they begin to attract the attention of less friendly giants and must travel to London to ask the Queen for help in getting rid of their enemies.
The Secret Life of Pets
The Secret Life of Pets answers all your questions about what your pets do when you’re out for the day. The story focuses on a lovable dog named Max (Louis C.K.) whose sheltered New York life is interrupted when his owner adopts a second unruly canine named Duke. The two are forced to reconcile their differences however, when they accidentally wind up in a truck bound for the pound, only to be rescued by a renegade rabbit and his friends who force them to join a gang bent on getting even with the humans who abandoned them.
Pete's Dragon (2016)
A remake of the classic film by the same name, Pete’s dragon is the story of a woodcarver (Robert Redford) who entertains local children with tales of a mysterious dragon that lives in the woods of the Pacific Northwest. His daughter Grace (Bryce Dallas Howard) thinks the stories are all merely fairy tales until she meets a 10-year-old orphan named Pete (Oakes Fegley) who claims to live in the woods with just such a dragon.
Lilo and Stitch
Disney’s Lilo and Stitch is the tale of a young Hawaiian girl who has always been both a bit of an outcast and a die hard Elvis fan. She finally finds friendship however, when she adopts what first appears to be a funny looking little dog she calls Stitch, but later discovers is actually an alien life form.
Goosebumps is for fans, young and old, of the classic Young Adult books by the same name. The story follows a young boy named Zack who moves into a new town where he befriends a neighborhood girl named Hannah. Eventually Zack discovers that not only his Hannah’s dad R.L. Stine, the author of the Goosebumps series, but that the characters from the book series can come to life when released from the books where Stine keeps them locked away.
Who says kids movies come with an age limit?
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