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Watching Creative Movies With Your Kids

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2-watching-creative-movies-with-your-kidsCreative kids movies that captivate children and inspire parents.

Alongside the popcorn, there's nothing better than watching family friendly films. Kid movies and can inspire a youngster, and even an adult, to be creative and excited. Watch these top family movies with your children, perfect for your next family hangout or movie night!

“The Lego Movie” (2014)

This mini-figure feature, starring Will Arnett, Will Ferrell and Elizabeth Banks, captures the story of a group of Lego characters trying to save their world from an evil ruler. When Emmet Brickowski, an average construction worker is mistaken for a Master Builder, he joins the quest to stop this evil LEGO tyrant from ruiing the world with glue.
Rating: PG

“Ernest and Celestine” (Nov. 2014)

This hand drawn French film is focused on an unlikely friendship between a mouse and a bear. It's dubbed in English so all viewers can understand. Written and produced for children under the age of 6, the creators recommend it is watched with a parent since there are a few startling moments.
Rating: G

“The Wind Rises” (2014)

As Hayao Miyazaki's final feature-length film, "The Wind Rises" is an anime movie dubbed in English. While it is a cartoon, it may not be suitable for children under age 11. The movie is focused on an engineer who designed war weapons during World War II. It makes historical references to Japaense trends and events of the 1900's.
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“Frozen” (2013)

As an animated Disney film, this movie appeals to children of all ages. Even though the parents are killed in the first half, these Disney princesses find ways to survive through the unconditional love of sisterhood. Scenes of snarling wolves and a gigantic snow monster make this film exciting, and the tunes will have you singing for many days after.
Rating: PG

Before and after each film have a conversation about the plot, the characters and your child's favorite moments. Drawing pictures of the characters or writing poems about the move after can help instill a sense of creativity. By watching films alongside parents, a love of film and an appreciation of the arts can be instilled at an early age.

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