There are so many great movies for kids, from old school classics that parents grew up watching to brand new movies with more updated storylines. No matter when (or how) they were made, great children’s films have one thing in common: they are always funny.
Every mom and dad knows nothing is better than the laughter of your son or daughter – and these fun kids’ movies will have them laughing long after the credits roll. Bonus: Parents can have fun and share a few laughs with their little ones, as most of these fun movies feature more than a few jokes that only adults will understand. (Thanks to all Godfather references hidden in Zootopia! )
Have your child be in the mood for something lively, like one of the beloved movies Despicable Me series, or a movie with real actors, like Mathilde, you can’t go wrong with any of these family movies. Each of the fun kids’ movies on this list features hilarious jokes and gags that will keep everyone in the room entertained, regardless of their age.
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Troll world tour
Justin Timberlake and Anna Kendrick star in this musical sequel from 2016 Trolls movie. Your kids will sing and laugh to the music of six different troll tribes.
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The Croods: A New Age
Fans of the original 2013 Croods the movie won’t want to miss this hilarious sequel. Parents will recognize the voices of superstars Nicolas Cage, Emma Stone and Ryan Reynolds.
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The boss baby
Comic Alec Baldwin lends his voice to a very unusual baby in this hilarious comedy told from the perspective of an imaginative seven-year-old.
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Play with fire
Professional wrestler-turned-actor John Cena stars alongside Keegan-Michael Key and John Leguizamo in this hilarious film that finds tough firefighters taking on the role of babysitters to three unruly children.
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Children and adults alike will fall in love with this action-packed movie filled with jokes for all ages. What could be more fun than following the adventures of talking animals?
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Ramona and Beezus
Author Beverly Cleary’s bestsellers come to life in this charming portrayal of the life of mischievous Ramona Quimby. Its accident-prone antics will keep your kids laughing for hours.
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It’s normally weird to cheer on a villain, but Gru (voiced by Steve Carell) – who adopted three young girls – is so worthy of our love. On top of that, this is the movie that introduced us to the Minions.
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Despicable Me 2
Gru, his daughters and the Minions are back for even more hilarious fun. This time around, the new dad has to find a balance between his fatherly duties and his role as a secret agent.
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The world of Nemo
A father (Albert Brooks) sets out on an ocean journey to find his son (Alexander Gould) and we see him encountering many dangers along the way. It’s dangerous there for a clownfish!
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This sequel led us to search for the long-lost parents of Dory (Ellen DeGeneres), everyone’s favorite forgotten blue fish. Come for the epic research and stay to experience the true meaning of family.
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Jamie Lee Curtis and Lindsay Lohan play a mother-daughter duo who discovers they’ve changed bodies. While figuring out how to go back, the two get to know each other better.
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A group of children regroup to save their homes from demolition and find a map that leads them to a treasure belonging to a 17th century pirate named One-Eyed Willy. It is an adventure for the ages.
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Alone at home
This classic answers the question of what would happen if your family left you home alone for the holidays and a duo of not-so-smart burglars attempted to break in. The answer ? A bunch of wild antics, that’s what.
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As well as being a clever commentary on some of our varied emotions, including joy, sadness, anger, fear and disgust, this feel-good film is an exploration of all the ups and downs that come with it. the growth.
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The LEGO Batman Movie
What do you get when you grab some LEGOs and embark on all the fun that comes with a Batman adventure? A unique take on a superhero movie full of visual splendor even though it’s all made with tiny toy bricks.
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“Everything Is Awesome” with this movie starring Chris Pratt who first brought one of our favorite childhood items, the LEGOs, from the toy box to the big screen. We are delighted that this crazy idea worked so well.
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A young genius (played by Mara Wilson) struggles to deal with the adults in her life – her parents and her manager – but soon learns that she has special powers, including telekinesis, which she uses to make the world better. .
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Aerosmith’s song âDude Looks Like a Ladyâ comes to life as Robin Williams stars as a newly divorced man who takes on the task of dressing like a maid in order to spend more time with his children.
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After decades of entertaining us, the Muppets disbanded and it’s down to a devoted puppet fan named Walter – as well as Walter’s brother Gary (Jason Segel) and Gary’s girlfriend Mary (Amy Adams) – to put them back together.
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A marmalade-loving bear (voiced by Ben Whishaw) leaves his furry family in the Peruvian jungles for the bustling streets of London, beginning a life anew with a family of humans who have welcomed him into their home.
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The parents trap
In this lovely remake, Lindsay Lohan plays two roles, portraying identical long-lost twin sisters who meet at camp and conspire to reunite their parents.
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The princess to marry
A farm worker named Westley (Cary Elwes) sets out to save the love of his life, Princess Buttercup (Robin Wright), and is joined by a few friends who are there to help him along the way in this bizarre comedy.
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Jack Black stars as an unlucky musician who is kicked out of his band and disguises himself as a substitute teacher at a fancy prep school. Once he starts teaching kids music, things turn out for a good time.
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The Secret Life of Pets
Have you ever wondered what your pets do when you leave for the day or even turn your back on them for a brief second? This is what this film sets out to show us and, spoiler alert, it’s a good woofing moment for the whole family.
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The Secret Life of Pets 2
Your favorite pets are back in this sequel that continues to explore what our beloved companions do when we’re not around.
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Shrek (Mike Myers) is a swamp ogre who just wants to be left alone until he’s immersed in a fairytale story that pulls him out of his little bubble and even ends with his own happiness forever.
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If you can get past the first 10 minutes, you’ve gone for a wild ride with a widower named Carl (Ed Asner) who, with a balloon-powered house to move him, sets out to keep a promise he made to his. late wife, Ellie.
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Disney takes us into arcade games with this one, following Ralph (John C. Reilly) as he tries to prove he’s more than the villain he’s been programmed to be and who he is. ‘he is able to be the nice one.
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Kicking and screaming
Will Ferrel is at his best in this comedy about a young football coach who takes his job A LOT seriously. This one has lots of laughs for everyone in the family – mom and dad included.
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