The Secret Life of PetsIf y0u’re a pet lover that enjoys a good laugh, you’ll definitely want to add The Secret Life of Pets to your movie list. This film follows the story of a dog named Max whose life suddenly gets flipped upside down when his owner adopts a new dog into the family. It also documents the lives of several other house pets and the shenanigans they get into while their owners are away. Ever wonder what your pets are doing when you leave for work or school? Watch this movie to find out!
Beauty and the BeastBeauty and the Beast is a classic Disney film that all ages will enjoy. If you’re old-school, watching an old VHS of the animated Beauty and the Beast is a great way to take a step back in time and bring yourself back to the good old days. If you prefer movies with a more modern look, you’ll want to check out the new live-action Beauty and the Beast that has received nothing but wonderful reviews from Disney fans across the country.
Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find ThemYears ago, JK Rowling captured the hearts of children and adults with her Harry Potter books. Today, she is making even more magic as her book Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them hits the big screen. This whimsical movie, packed with fun, adventure, and plenty of laughs is perfect for the entire family. Tip: After you watch this film, schedule one movie night per week to watch the Harry Potter films with your family.
Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No TalesA beach vacation is one of the most fun things you can do during the summer. But, if your schedule doesn’t allow for a beach vacation, the second-best thing to do is sail the 7 seas while watching the movie Dead Men Tell No Tales. This movie is the final movie in the well-loved Pirates of the Caribbean series. While this film is fun for the whole family, it does have a few moments that may be deemed too dark or scary for really young children, so please exercise caution when watching.
The BFGThe BFG is a beloved children’s book written by Ronald Dahl that follows ten-year-old Sophie’s as she meets and forms a relationship with a Big Friendly Giant. Since the book, popular movie director Steven Spielberg has turned this classic into a film the whole family can enjoy. Will The BFG be able to convince the rest of the giant community that humans are friends, not food? Rent the movie to find out!
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