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Whether you're watching with your child or just entertaining your inner kid, everyone loves a family film. Here's your top 20!
If there's one thing children love, it's an adventure. The Indiana Jones movies have that in spades!
Whether we love Superman because we aspire to be like him or because he offers us protection, he has been loved for generations and will be loved for many to come.
Three children become fascinated with the railway after moving to the countryside without their father. We won't give too much away about the ending of this movie if you haven't seen it, but we'll say this: have your tissues at the ready!
When The Goonies (Sean Astin and Josh Brolin) find a treasure map, they embark on a spectacular adventure involving pirates and villains. What child doesn't dream about doing that?
Who could forget the moment when the lightning strikes the clocktower in Back To The Future? Marty McFly and Doc Brown captured the imagination of millions with their unforgettable time travel adventure.
Everyone loves an underdog story. The Karate Kid teaches us and our children the value of hard work and determination.
The Incredibles: because who wouldn't want to be in a family of superheroes?
All great children's films have a moral. Beauty and the Beast, for example, reminds us never to judge a book by its cover. Picture: Photoshot
Shrek is the latest in a long line of classic kids' movies with a beastly character at the centre of the plot. Like Beauty and the Beast, Shrek tells us it's what's inside that counts.
Bambi speaks to us because it's about the joys of youth and innocence that we can all relate to, from the age of 4 to the age of 64.
A young boy's dream comes true as he wins a tour round the world's most famous chocolate factory. As he embarks on the tour, it becomes clear that the four other winners are rude, bratty and obnoxious. Willy Wonka awards Charlie the keys to his factory because he is, by contrast, kind and caring - a worthwhile lesson for us all.
When it comes to children's movies, Mary Poppins is just like Julie Andrews' character: 'practically perfect in every way'.
Twilight star Kristen Stewart plays Snow White in this updated version of the classic tale. Stewart's Snow White is a more independent incarnation than her animated counterpart, portraying an idea of femininity more in keeping with the 21st century. Girl power!
The Neverending Story's special effects were breathtaking upon the movie's release in 1984. They might not seem as impressive these days, but the message is as resonant as ever. With Bastion finding solace in a fantasy book, children are encouraged both to read and to dream big.
Did you know The Lion King is loosely based on Shakespeare's Hamlet? It's practically an English lesson in the form of one of Disney's most moving animations! What's not to love?
Released in 1939, The Wizard of Oz is the definition of a timeless film. Children will always love the fantastical element of this wonderful story, but in the end we're reminded that there really is 'no place like home'.
Finding Nemo might be about fish, but it's also about the lengths that parents go to for the love of their children.
E.T. is so moving because it reminds us just how special 'home' really is.
What if our toys were real? It's something all of us have thought at some point in our childhood. The Toy Story trilogy lets us indulge that fantasy, but when it comes down to it, it's simply about being there for your friends.
Harry Potter is the biggest film franchise of all time. If you haven't watched it with your children already, what are you waiting for? The movies, like the books, are simply magical.