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5 Best Kid Movies To Watch On Netflix

By Vanita|3 - 4 mins read| May 09, 2020

When there is no choice but to stay at home, we have to find ways to entertain ourselves. During this period of quarantine, thanks to the pandemic spread the world over; we must find things to do confined to our four walls. Grown-ups keep themselves occupied by cooking, cleaning the house, and all in all, making sure that things remain in order. However, it is not quite the same for children. Young ones can become restless and cranky when they are unable to exert the energy pent up inside them. The best way to deal with this is to allow them to run around the house for some time, then put on one of the kids movies on Netflix. This is the best way to keep your kid occupied while you also get some time for yourself. Here is a list of 5 kid movies to watch on Netflix.

Best Movies for Kids on Netflix

The Adventures of Tintin

  • Released: 2011
  • Director: Steven Spielberg

The Adventures of Tintin is a film that brings to life the characters and stories of the Tintin comic books. Tintin whisks away on an adventure after he finds something out about a ship named Unicorn. He travels here, there and everywhere in search of this ship and a whole lot of buried treasure. For those who loved the Tintin comic books, it is a must-watch, and who better to watch it with than your family?

The Little Prince

  • Released: 2015
  • Director: Mark Osborne

Here is a film that tells a beautiful story about friendship, companionship, and love. This is another film on Netflix that is based on the book written by French writer Antoine de Saint-Exupéry with the same title, but in French – ‘Le Petit Prince.’ However, the film has more added backstories to the protagonists’ characters. This classic is a must-watch, some of the best streaming for kids, especially if you haven’t read the book or watched previous adaptations of the same before.

Space Jam

  • Released: 1996
  • Director: Joe Pytka

Space Jam is an all-time favorite kids’ movie, which also means that it is one of the best kids movies 2020 as well. NBA star Michael Jordan stars in this film following his retirement and comeback in the years 1993 and 1995, respectively. It is a fictional account of what happened in those few years, with the Looney Tunes co-starring with him in the film. That’s right; Space Jam has got Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Elmer Fudd, and others. The brilliant mix of animation with live-action is what makes the film even more appealing to kids and is why it is one of the best kids movies on Netflix.

The Lion King

Released: 2019
Director: Jon Favreau

The Lion King live-action version of 2019 is a remake of its older films with the same title. Little Simba is King Mufasa and Queen Sarabi’s newborn cub. He runs away from home after Mufasa’s passing on the word of Scar, his father’s manipulative, evil brother who is after the Pride Rock. Simba meets his best friends Timon the meerkat, and Pumba, the warthog. The Lion King tells us the story of Simba and his companions finding his way back to Pride Rock to become the rightful king of the jungle.

Monsters, Inc.

Released: 2001
Director: Pete Docter

Monstes, Inc. is a Disney Pixar creation, where a little girl enters an energy factory for the monster’s world Monstropolis, powered by children’s screams. There is chaos at the factory when one of the top employees at the factory discovers the little girl. While one of the discoverers becomes much attached to the little girl, calling her ‘Boo,’ the other is restless for her to leave. Monsters, Inc. documents the story of the growing camaraderie between monster and girl, eventually leading to an adorable, happy ending.

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