It’s March Break! (Well for some of us) So take some time to cuddle up with your loved ones and watch a few of our favourite family movies, because as you can see in Edmonton- Winter is not done with us yet.
The Princess Bride
Great overall story with a memorable cast & great dialogue.
An epic adventure movie with great 80’s hair & style.
Take your March Break “To infinity & beyond”
A classic family movie. One of the best
The Karate Kid Part II
A prequel of sorts to the original. It focuses on Mr. Miyagi’s back story
My family loved it! We all laughed together and cried together. It brought back a lot of memories of family members who have passed. The movie reminds you that no one who leaves is ever truly gone.
The brilliance of Robin Williams with a heartwarming message about the many forms a family can take. Some have single mums, some single dads, some no parents at all. But just because they don’t adhere to the traditional ideas, doesn’t mean they’re not a family. It’s a timeless movie that keeps teaching adults and children about love and acceptance.
Avatar is a wonderful movie choice for spring break. Its message that all beings are connected and that we must protect the environment from further damage was inspiring.
Star Wars (Old & New)
Always a good choice. My kids love them and we do too! Our favourite is a New Hope.
I know this is a Halloween movie- but if I stick to that rule I can only watch it once a year. That is not going to happen.
It features David Bowie and a place called the “Bog of Eternal Stench”. How can you go wrong?
Old Disney Movies
Our kids love the old Jungle Book & Aristocats! It’s amazing how well they were done and that they are still relevant today.