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It's difficult not to find common ground in this classic Pixar film! Whether you enjoyed playing with cowboys, astronauts, Barbies, or dinosaurs, the Toy Story films bring all of your favorite childhood memories to life and show that you are never to old to use your imagination!
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A spoon full of sugar really does help the medicine go down! Whether you prefer the classic 1964 film or the 2018 sequel starring Emily Bunt as everyone's favorite nanny, Mary Poppins is timeless and a film the whole family will enjoy singing along to!
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If you have been dreaming of getting away, 2009's Up is the perfect getaway. Travel around the world with 78-year-old balloon salesman Carl Fredrickson, a young boy scout, and Carl's house as Carl fulfills his lifelong goal to see South America with his late wife Ellie.
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If you are in the mood for some great music, Frozen is always a good choice! Frozen has become a classic the whole family loves, and is a film you can watch over and over and still love!
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Another Disney classic you will love in both its animated and live-action form is Beauty and the Beast. Another plus, the 2017 version stars the gorgeous and talented Emma Watson as "Princess Belle"!
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"Just keep swimming," said "Dory". Perhaps the best advice to live by in today's world. Starring comedian Ellen DeGeneres, this classic Pixar film will keep you on the edge of your seat and laughing as you follow the unlikely pairing of "Marlin" and "Dory" on the hunt to find "Marlin's" son "Nemo".
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This big green ogre has won over the hearts of not just "Princess Fiona", but America as well! With an all-star cast including Eddie Murphy, Cameron Diaz, and Mike Myers, Shrek is full of fun and will keep you and your family entertained for hours!
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If you are craving a little bit of magic and wizardry, the Harry Potter films are a good choice! The books and films have both proven to be timeless classics, and something everyone can enjoy to no matter their age!
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When 8-year-old "Kevin" is left home alone in NYC while his parents travel to Paris for the holidays, chaos ensues, and "Kevin" must outsmart a pair of home robbers. This 1990 classic never gets old, and is a delight for the whole family!