Five 90s Family Movies You Should Share With Your Kids



Five 90s Family Movies You Should Share With Your Kids
By Morris Raymond

Being a parent can sometimes be pretty rewarding if not for the simple reason that your kids think you are the coolest person most of the time. However, at some point, you cease to be cool, and there is no place that you’ll see your kids roll their eyes more than when you try to expose them to the family movies of the 1990s. For some reason, your kiddos look at you as through you have a third eye when you try to explain the coolness of these family film classics, and you retreat in defeat, with only your old VHS memories to comfort you.

Then again, are you really surprised? Every generation makes it a habit to fashion their formative years as better than that of their parents and grandparents, so it should be no surprise that your kids think your taste in movies is pretty lame. The thing is, though, is that you have some serious film classics on your side that have proven to be pretty darn timeless. In fact, many of the 90s family movies you grew up on live in perpetuity on television. Obviously, your kids just don’t get it.

And it’s your job to make them get it. So, gather the entire family, get some snacks together, and have a great family movie night by taking in some of the finest family movies of all-time. Here are a few particularly awesome selections:

Home Alone – Arguably one of the most popular Christmas movies of all-time. A sassy-pants kids gets his comeuppance when he’s left alone for the holidays. What started as the greatest time ever quickly devolves into a funny, yet touching tale of a kid just wanting his family around.

Beauty and the Beast – Yet another instant classic from Disney, this animated classic took the princess stories of the past to another level. With an amazing voice cast, lush musical score, and a beautiful story, this will always be a classic.

Babe – “That’ll do pig. That’ll do.” You thought there’d be only one touching tale about a pig that captivated an audience, but then came this beautiful story of a pig, a big dream, standing out from the crowd, and finding your place in life.

Jumanji – Much has been said about the current take of this 90s film because of the massive star power of its cast. However, this truly under-appreciated movie only needed one star – the late Robin Williams. The movie blends action, CGI, zaniness, and a truly heartbreaking story about a young boy who got lost.

The Addams Family – Take a family of truly gothic individuals with a morbid sense of humor, a penchant for the extreme, and place them in the midst of suburbia, and what you get is a revamped version of the 1960s family comedy of the same name. While you’re at it, throw in a nice dose of M.C. Hammer. Bam!

The family movies of the 90s were impactful because showcased a great mix between classic animation, buddy comedy, heartwarming drama, and “fish-out-of-water” syndrome that you just can’t find in many movies today. It’s important to mention that family movies are a blast simply because they have a little something in them for viewers of all ages. But perhaps the best part of family movies is that they give you a chance to hang out with the best people in the world, even if they do roll their eyes a little.

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