5 Family Movies That Will Keep Both Kids and Adults Entertained

Fun family time often involves watching movies but one of the hardest things to do is pick something everyone will enjoy. Luckily, funny kids’ movies are often just as entertaining for adults too. After all, it comes down to great storytelling that engages all ages and audiences. The movies listed below do that perfectly!

Wall-E (2008)

Pixar has been a leader when it comes to unusual graphics and storylines that are meant for both children and adults. Wall-E (2008) is no exception. Set in a futuristic reality, the sci-fi drama follows the adventures of a mobile trash compactor who develops a crush on EVE (Extra-terrestrial Vegetation Evaluator), a probe that people send to the abandoned Earth to look for signs of life.

Who Framed Roger Rabbit? (1988)

A tongue-in-cheek take on classic noir movies mixed up with animated Disney characters from Looney Tunes, this move will put a smile on your face no matter your age. It features some iconic characters like Jessica Rabbit and Bob Hoskins.

The Lion King (1994)

A classic tale about the journey of the hero told by savannah animals with the help of African chants and evergreen music. Your kids might have already seen the animated drama of the young lion Simba but if they haven’t, it’s one of the must-see classic Disney movies that you will enjoy watching together.

Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone (2001)

The beginning of the Harry Potter saga is a great way to introduce your children to the magical world of wizards, spells, a boy who lived. Chances are you grew up with the Harry Potter series yourself, so it is one of the movies for kids and adults alike.

Elf (2003)

This one is perfect for when Christmas time comes and your family is struggling to choose between a kids’ movie or something more suitable for adults. Buddy, played by Will Ferrell was a small baby when he got transported to the North Pole by mistake. Growing as an elf, he has to face the reality of who he is and go on an adventure, in search of his real father.