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The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) recommends that screen time, including movies and TV shows, should be avoided with babies younger than 18 months. 1  For children who are 18 to 24 months of age, a little bit of educational programming. It’s never too early to introduce your little ones to wild adventures, great storytelling, and fun characters on screen. (Plus, it gives Mom and Dad a break from reading books!) These. In order to power the city, monsters have to scare children so that they scream. However, the children are toxic to the monsters, and after a child gets through, 2 monsters realize things may not be what they think.

Directors: Pete Docter, David Silverman, Lee Unkrich | Stars: Billy Crystal, John Goodman, Mary Gibbs, Steve Buscemi. For that, a good toddler movie can work wonders, entertaining your kids just long enough for you to get a break. But not every toddler movie is effective.

In some ways, this age group is full of. List of Highly Rated films appropriate for a 10-year old. See my other lists for other ages. I should mention that there are many more movies which I think someone should have seen by the age of 10 (Like ‘Star Wars’ or ‘The Lion King’), but which are not on here because they are rated for a lower age bracket. 101 rows · Top 100 Kids & Family Movies Best of Rotten Tomatoes Movies with 40 or more critic.

Movie critic Pauline Kael called this possibly “the greatest children’s movie ever made.” Kids will envy the unbreakable bond that forms between a young castaway and a wild horse. (Ages 7 and up. 50 Movies All Kids Should Watch Before They’re 12 From classic musicals, princess tales, and animated animals to superhero adventures and holiday favorites, these must-see. Our editors help you choose the best movies for kids movies the whole family will love.

Our movie lists offer top picks for Disney films, animated features, and many other kids’ movie categories. All of our picks are entertaining and rated to help you decide whether they’re age-appropriate for your family. This movie demonstrates that we should encourage our children to be who they are, not who the world (or we) want them to be.

This is a difficult one for all parents, to include myself. 2. The Lego Movie: Everyone is ordinary before they become extraordinary.

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It’s useful to remember that the attention span of a toddler is never as long as most movies.

“The Minds of Boys: Saving Our Sons From Falling Behind in School and Life” by Michael Gurian, Kathy Stevens
from The Minds of Boys: Saving Our Sons From Falling Behind in School and Life
by Michael Gurian, Kathy Stevens
Wiley, 2010

When my three goddaughters turned four in 2004, they started showing signs of being able to understand and appreciate movies, so I decided it was as good a time as any to introduce them to the Walt Disney films I had grown up with.

“Beyond Adaptation: Essays on Radical Transformations of Original Works” by Phyllis Frus, Christy Williams
from Beyond Adaptation: Essays on Radical Transformations of Original Works
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Children’s films may potentially affect children in negative ways, but they have a great potential to reach them in positive ways as well, especially with appropriate parental guidance.

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We also gave our children some lines that they could use if they did not want to watch something – such as, ‘Films like that give me really bad dreams,’ or, ‘My parents would be really cross with me if they knew what we were watching.’

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by Nicky Lee
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Nevertheless, some movies for children are wholesome and nonoffensive, and they remain an important and profitable source of family entertainment.

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by Jeffrey Jensen Arnett
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Some of the best work with film can come from using fi fi lmsfi that are current and that relate closely to children’s interests.

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Some of the best work with film can come from using films that are current and that relate closely to children’s interests.

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We made a children’s movie and adults loved it.

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Such films are presented to audiences as exemplary forms of entertainment that stimulate the imagination, protect innocence, and create a healthy sense of adventure, all of which is assumed to be “good” for kids.

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Children have that simplicity and they understand my films very well.

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  • 9. The Lion King
    8. The Incredibles
    4. Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
    5. Finding Nemo
    4.Toy Story
    3. The Wizard Of Oz
    2. home alone
    1. UP

  • There was a test of which Harry Potter character are you and what Harry Potter house will you be sorted to I am Hermione and my hogwarys house is Gryfindor

  • 10. Home Alone
    9. The Lion King
    8. The Incredibles
    7. Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone
    6. Finding Nemo
    5. E.T. The Extra Terrestrial
    4. Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
    3. Toy Story
    2. UP
    1. The Wizard Of Oz

    I just saved 12 minutes of your life. Your welcome!!!

  • Why does everyone think Bambi’s mom dies early in the movie? it’s legit like 49 minutes into an 70 minute movie. I face palm every time… still though, it’s a strong moment for a kid.

  • First of all this list is horseshit (will Ferrell voice) whoever made this obviously wasn’t a child when they saw the movie. Spy kids, Richie rich, Jack Frost, air bud all are classic movies and still hold up to this day. I’m excited to get to show my daughter all of these movies.

  • This video is the one that has aged very badly, 5 years after this and I continue to believe that many of these films are an instant classic, Spy Kids is very creative in its concept and it is not to be taken very seriously

  • I want a movie name. There is a boy who meets a girl and takes him to a magical forest, but he goes on a school trip and returns and finds the girl dead, then it becomes clear that his sister was the queen of the magical forest. I want the name please

  • Leave Mighty Morphin Power Rangers the Movie, Flubber, Air Bud, Richie Rich, and Spy Kids alone. Those kids movies were gulty pleasure! I never outgrow them movies including MMPR the Movie.

  • This video is over exaggerating besides sausage party and a couple others.
    Like.. Lion King? Really? Bambi? Really? Nightmare before Christmas? R e a l l y???? Never Ending story? ReAlLy? Alice and (in?) wonder land? REaLlY!?!?

  • Do not talk about Spy Kids cuz for one it’s a great movie and for two kids actually watch it me and my friend we still watch it today when we were little we watched it and now my cousins are watching it and everybody I know why she’s at because it’s a great movie it’s funny and has a moral to the story and I don’t know what you think but your opinion is really stupid because this is my opinion I grew up with it so you can’t talk it’s very good and I don’t know what you’re talkin about going to look at the newest one day Rippetoe but off cuz Disney produce to do you want a lawsuit with them I think not

  • We went to the drive in to see Heavy Metal with my mom. That movie turned me into a boob freak for life….like Kenny on South Park.

  • I can give you kid shows way worse like Barney, Clarence, Sanjay and Craig, and finally Breadwinners. All the ones up to Mario are good movies I didn’t see the Mario one and I can probably agree that it would probably be crap all the movies beforehand really good in my time and they still are today I may be 21 but still the dang good movies can’t beat classics so that’s my opinion and you’re not going to change it.

  • Spy kids wasn’t trying to be serious…flubber was a classic for the time. These are weak choices no offense. By the comments on the video, I can see that many others agree….. is this just choosing random old movies? Or did you actually go through and look for ones that sucked?

  • ummm this is a lie AIR BUD was the shit and started alot of great movies about air dubs puppies so this video is a lie����‍♀️����‍♀️����‍♀️����‍♀️����‍♀️����‍♀️

  • Also, why did they use Sausage Party as the picture for this video when Sausage Party wasn’t even on this list? That doesn’t make any sense at all.

  • Can’t you be more stupid!
    Baby’s day out is a good movie. I just enjoyed it, it kept me laughing till the end. Sometimes it’s better to be a kid!
    I don’t like adult comedy, it reflects an uncivilised and barbarian society!

  • Okay but what about the part when the heart PEPOLE and then the one that sposseusd be married to the big head and then he pushed alice to the wall and said I like you alice

  • I remember as a kid i had the coraline game for the ps2 i was so scared of it then i decide it to throw it to the garbaje not kiding for real

  • I had my mom and grandma watching who framed Roger rabbit and I watched it with them and I wasn’t all that scared I just enjoyed it since their is already that in old cartoons anyway

  • Coraline was the most disturbing film in my childhood…I was so fecking scared of that terrifying pseudo-mom with button eyes…I mean come on…FECKING BUTTON EYES?!?! ��

  • When I was watching this I was waiting for Coraline to be mentioned �� I hated that film (as in it was scary way it was a good story but just scary LOL)

  • Many of these films are rated PG, meaning PARENT GUIDANCE SUGGESTED, as in they aren’t necessarily kids films. What is so hard to understand about this???? Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom also doesn’t need a PG-13, PG is a very appropriate rating.

  • I do not agree with these at all except for three of them. Most of these movies were and still are great movies to watch. I’m 28 now and watched most of these growing up on repeat and to this day I still find myself watching them.

  • Water ship down is for kids it got a u rating but I was disturbing becuse of some scenes but this was made back in the serious days

  • Youre crazy. Like, SOOO many of these movies are AMAZING!!! For example, Flubber and Air Bud. Those movies are great. Sorry, but you made me a little annoyed by dumping on movies that you might not have even seen.

  • I loved the dark crystal as a kid! never ending story as well, Princess Mononoke and Water Ship down both scared me and gave me nightmares for years but i loved both lol, I have them on dvd and their still among my favorites now, heck, their probably the reason I love horror so much as an adult.

  • The Mouse and His Child. This movie was assumed to be for kids because it was animated and about talking animals. I remember seeing it when I was 6 and being horrified. Enslaved animals with nails in their feet, evil rats who smash apart a father and son. All that great kids stuff!

  • I have to agree that many of these movies look like crap today but we’re probably considered much better when we were kids! One movie I would like to erase from my memory is “Rookie of the Year” which is about a kid who breaks his arm and when it heals his arm is as good if not better than most Major League Baseball pitchers and he of course lands a major league contract. I can’t believe I saw this movie in theaters as a kid. At least the kid in this movie went on to play Kevin in the American Pie movies so this movie didn’t completely ruin his career!

  • Um actually Wes Anderson’s the Grand Budapest Hotel was his first R rated film released after the fantastic mr. fox. while his other films have adult themes they are not R rated.

  • SR:The unicorn gets transformed into human, falls in love with a princess…
    Me: Wait, wait, wait, I’m pretty sure Leer was a prince. Although, him being a princess and Amalthea falling for said princess would have been an interesting story.
    And if you think that movie was dark, you should read the sequel the book got.
    And for the last time, Coraline is NOT classified as a childs’ film. Its classification is Dark Fantasy Horror.

  • Okay if you think Bambi is scary then your not ready for understanding what Bambi’s mom PURPOSE IS and what it stands for

    Bambi’s Mom was based off Walt Disneys mom passing away also sending us the message as well to teach kids that not all kids of the world have their parents with them

    Also about Disney
    Apparently you havn’t dug too deep enough to understand WHY Disney takes these subjects seriously
    To teach young audiences the way about life

    Do your research and dig deep to understand the meaning of why Disney makes their movies the way they are

  • You know, I’m kind of glad Jim Henson did a puppet movie that was noticeably darker than The Muppets but not crude, fowl, or perverted for the sake of being “adult”, which unfortunately was the case with his son’s extremely unfunnny attempt at “adult” humor that was The Happytime Murders. Ugh.

  • omg i hated the dark crystal, i had so many bad memories of that movie. It scared me so much and it still makes me feel uncomfortable

  • Come on. Will Wonka? That’s the best movie ever!! I freakin LOVE that. It’s not “scary”. Even if it’s a little strange I like it that way.

  • The thing is that all of this is lightweight. When I was 3 I played resident evil 2. Watched happy treefriends. Nothing ever gets to me afraid anymore. How are any of this things scary?

  • I disagree with the angry birds movie, well, i think this movie is safe for childrens, i think its 8+, the problem is, the movie wasn’t pretty good(but the sequel is much better and safer).

  • U kidding me, angry birds is the best movie ever. I can give you for monster house, it’s pretty gruesome, but angry birds? NO! Screw u! It’s based on the best games ever!

  • I may be called a quote-unquote “bad parent” but when and if I do have kids, I will be showing them all of these except for Mars Needs Moms which I saw and didn’t care for.

  • The Plague dogs seems awfully depressing
    Everything is a lot sadder when bad things happen to dogs
    That’s why in movies dogs are rarely killed off
    Unless it’s John Wick

  • Coraline was very stressful to me; I have hated any type off horror (I can stand haunting or creepy as intrigue, but nothing of evil or demons, etc.) Since my dad traumatized me on the Tower of Terror at Disneyland when I was like 7 or 8

  • A lot of things happend to me that should have traumatized me i saw someone burn alive in a car accident at 9 but I didn’t really care I barely even though about it the only thing that did traumatize me was my first illness (I’m sick very often)

  • The Last Unicorn isn’t really as dark as people say. The unicorns weren’t even dead.
    Though a bit bizarre like a tree hugging wizard with her breast…

  • I have watched all of those movies when I was young and it didn’t scare me but when I watched happy feet I got nightmares. I think I am messed up

  • By the way he is talking about these it sounds like he is criticising them that makes me have an even worse opinion on this shitty channel

  • I don’t see how Brave Little Toaster even got on the list. Kids have nightmares too, and it is a good way to show how its normal, and helps illustrate that dreams are not reality, and not to be brightened by them.

  • We’re Back I think it’s called with the dinosaurs that come back to life is such a cute movie till that creepy guy from the circus turns the dinosaurs back into like animals. It was a creepy circus.

  • when im 21 im going to adopt a kid and when they turn 6 ill let them watch coraline and when they turn 12 ill let them watch monster house i watched both of the movies when i was 5 monster house 3 or 4 coraline im 9 still love the movies

  • Never heard of the bunny or dog movies… I know they have to be scaring, depressing, etc, but has anyone els ever seen them and think their actually good? Curious

  • When I was 6 I watched Coraline, I wasn’t afraid of that but I was traumatized from Aladdin. (The scenes with the sand lion I think?)

  • 10. Baby’s day out
    9. Angels in the outfield
    8. Flubber
    7. Dunston checks in
    6. MVP: most valuable primate
    5. Air bud
    4. Spy kids
    3. Mighty morphan power rangers: the movie
    2. Super Mario Bros
    1. Richie Rich

  • I loved Coraline but parents definitely weren’t thrilled about me watching it. Especially when Miss Forcible does her burlesque dance.

  • My dad got me the last unicorn when I was younger didn’t ever watch it after one time
    Monster house scared the Crap outta me �� when I little

  • I have watched almost all of them and im 12years old but I haven’t watched The first one, lolo penguins adventures, and watership down.
    Freaky

  • I didn’t watch the last unicorn
    I didn’t watch the brave little toaster
    I didn’t watch mars needs moms
    I didn’t watch monster house
    I didn’t watch the adventures of lolo the penguin
    I didn’t watch angry birds
    I did watch coralline when I was little I loved it I still do
    I didn’t watch the black cauldron
    I didn’t watch watership down
    I didn’t watch the plague dogs

  • 0:59 I LOVE THAT MOVIE

    I love the brave little toaster

    Mars needs mom I’ve never seen it

    Monster house scary

    Lolo the penguin never seen it

    Angry birds Boring

    Coralline Scary but love it

    The black cauldron never seen it but love it

    Water ship down never seen it

    The plague dogs never seen it

  • I have seen most of these and loved them all so much when I watched them then even to now I still love most of them, Coraline and Monster House are my favourite by far

  • When I first watched Coraline in HBO I loved it and thank God I didn’t have any trouble sleeping. And now I’ve grown, Coraline is still my favourite animated movie.

  • I was scared to watch Coraline in theaters in 3D and to watch Monster House in class when I was in 2nd grade. I wasn’t scared by them and ended up loving them. For Coraline, I wanted to watch a different movie but my mom told me that she couldn’t watch with us and that if I watch the other movie, I had to be alone. I didn’t want to be alone so I watched Coraline with my grandma. At least that’s how I remember it

  • Great video! I remember The Secret of NIHM from 1982 was a super intense animated movie. The the original Land Before Time was pretty intense.

  • Yea my Mum made me watch Coraline when I was a kid I had nightmares full weeks about this lady trapping me in a spider web and a little cupboard in my actually have a little covered in my room and it was terrifying to look at at night