Christian movie: 7 days in Utopia. Family movie: (also Christian) Evan Almighty, Shrek movies, We Bought A Zoo Harry Potter (if your kids are older) For littler kids: The Lorax, Horton Hears a Who For ALL ages: Finding Nemo, Bambi (most Disney movies) Sport movies: Miracle (hockey), Rookie of the Year (baseball), Angles in the Outfield(baseball) Teenage Girls: Sleepover, a Cinderella Story, Another Cinderella Story Little Girls: Cinderella 1, 2, & 3, The Little Mermaid, Sleeping Beauty (basically anything with princesses in it)
Hope this helped! Have fun with your movie night!(:
All ages... The Princess Bride... comedy/adventure...no dirty language. All ages... Balto...bassed on the event from which the Iditarod(sp.?) dogsled race evolved...animated dogs/wolves and people. Do not recall bad language. Families with older kids...Shawn of the Dead...Zombie comedy...blood/violence and some language I think.
Greetings, i liked "Back to the future I, II, III, "Chitty Chitty Bang Bang" depending on the ages of your family members. If they are children try a animated movie like "Lion King, Dumbo, Beauty and the Beast... et cetera In the spirit of Ma'at, Make it a Great day!
Toy Story, Wizard of Oz, Black Stallion (1979), Duma, Fly Away Home, Never Cry Wolf, The Iron Giant, White Fang (1990), ET, Mary Poppins, Raiders of the Lost Ark, Secret of Roan Inish, Home Alone, Jungle Book (original - animated), Big, The Incredibles, Napoleon Dynamite, Babe, Whale Rider, Spirited Away, Lassie Come Home, Sounder, Young Frankenstein, Monsters Inc, Born Free, Aliens in the Attic, Its a Mad Mad Mad Mad World, Blazing Saddles, Princess Bride, A Christmas Story, Bugsy Malone, Its A Wonderful Life, School of Rock, Stuart Little, Pinocchio, Swiss Family Robinson, City Lights (Chaplin), Monty Python and the Holy Grail (for families w/ older kids), Stand By Me (for families w/ older kids), Duck Soup (Marx brothers), Willie Wonka and the CHocolate Factory (1971), Avatar.