Are you looking for some good family movies to buy or rent for you and your child(ren) to watch? Here are just a few that my daughter and I absolutely loves to watch. You have to see these movies if you have not already. They are wonderful movies and I’m sure you and your child(ren) will love them.

Nanny McPhee. This is a great family movie that you as a parent can enjoy watching with your child(ren). My daughter has just recently started watching this movie and loves it. It is rated PG for mild thematic elements, some rude humor and brief language. It has a lots of vivid colors and a great storyline that grabs your attention. It is about a widowed father with 7 unruly children who have run off all the nannies that he has hired. He attempts to discipline them and it backfires on him and he then receives a surprise visit from Nanny McPhee who magically teaches the kids how to be nice. This movie is based on the “Nurse Matilda” books by Christianna Brand.

Flushed Away. This is a really hilarious animated movie. It is rated PG for crude humor and some language, but is a really great movie that I’m sure both you and your children will love. This movie is about a upper-class pet rat named Roddy whose owners leave at home alone and while he is enjoying his freedom outside of his cage, a sewer rat named Sid invades his home. Roddy ends up flushed down the toilet, through the sewer and into a rat city, where he meets up with a female rat named Rita who tries and help him get back home while avoiding the villainous Toad.

Charlie and The Chocolate Factory. This is a great remake of the classic movie Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory. It is rated PG for quirky situations, action and mild language. This is another colorful and funny movie that children love. A poor little boy named Charlie finds one of five golden tickets that were hidden in chocolate bars around the world and wins a tour of Willy Wonka’s chocolate factory. You and your child(ren) will love the funny acting of Johnny Depp, who portrays Willy Wonka, as well as the singing and dancing Oompa Loompas. More at:

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