Kids movies that are great are rare. In the catalog of Netflix, you can find the titles of movies that ranges from terrible to fantastic. And this movie list will help you to find the best new kids on Netflix. Several of these movies perhaps have been watched by you. But here, we are going to give you less obvious options. What are they? Here they are.
1. Finding Dory (2016)
The movie that is directed by Andrew Stanton and Angus MacLane picks up a year after the events of the 2003 Disney Pixar blockbuster Finding Nemo. The adorably bumbling blue tang dory that is voiced by Ellen DeGeneres is still best friends and the 3rd wheel to clownfish Marlin and the son Nemo, testing their patience on a daily basis. But, this movie is fully about Dory’s tale when she looks for her parents and also finds herself in the process. This movie is the rare sequel that repurposes the original as a foundation of character rather than a cheap form of fan service.
2. The Secret of Kells (2009)
This movie is set in 8th Century Ireland and directed by Tomm Moore and Nora Twomey. Brendan who is 12 years old befriends a forest spirit named Aisling in his quest and it is done to protect the Book of Kells from viking invaders. The hand-drawn style of the Secret of Kells gives it georgeous and breathtaking visual flair, a charm most the contemporaries lack. It’s a little slower paced than typical Disney ride of yours but the story will hold the attention of your kids because it broadens their imagination.
3. Zootopia (2016)
This movie is directed by Byron Howard, Rich Moore and Jared Bush. Zootopia is good in the way it approaches race relations if childish and unsophisticated. The setting of the story is in sprawling zoological metropolis of the title that is a place where beasts of all makes and models big and small, meek and ferocious that somehow manage to coexist in an approximation of civilized community. This movie is mainly about big heartfelt honesty between its principals and its audience.
4. First Position (2016)
This movie that is directed by Bess Kargman takes a look behind the scenes as six young dancers who prepare to compete in the Youth America Grand Prix in New York City that is the biggest student ballet scholarship competition in the world. This movie follows the performers when they train around the world with hopes that they can win awards, scholarships to dance schools that are prestigious or even an opportunity to be placed in professional ballet company.
So, which one do you prefer to watch first? It is up to you. You are able to watch these movie on Netflix. If you have not registered on Netflix, you can try for free for a month. By subscribing Netflix, you can watch thousands great shows on your devices with internet connection. Well, happy watching, guys!