Use this fun Family Challenge: 30 Must-See (Old School) Movies to make a great list of movies to watch and vote on the listed titles with your family or friends. This will really help you organize the perfect Fun Family Movie Night!
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Why You Should Watch Classic Movies with Your Family
Nowadays we are constantly looking for the latest sensation, the movie everyone’s talking about. Checking recent trends is good, but sometimes we need to stop for a moment and look at the big names of the past: Classic Movies.
And what better company to watch them with than your family: we always talk about spending quality time with them, right? Classic Movies are the answer: they are high quality (we wouldn’t call them Classics otherwise, would we?) and always teach good life lessons.
Last but not least, we are tired of being the only ones who couldn’t understand the reference that made everybody else laugh, so it is really time to check out the titles in this List of Classic Movies.
The List Is an Absolute Good. The List Is Life.
(If you didn’t get it, you definitely need to watch more Classic Movies!)
Family Challenge Movies
In this Family Challenge, you’ll work your way through a list of 30 must-see old-school movies. Here’s a full list of movies with descriptions and links to stream.
Fall in love with Disney’s Classic, Lady And The Tramp! Experience the adventures of Lady, a pampered cocker spaniel, and Tramp, a mutt with a heart of gold. Now, this heartwarming tale charms a new generation of families
During a summer of friendship and adventure, one boy becomes a part of the gang, nine boys become a team and their leader becomes a legend by confronting the terrifying mystery beyond the right-field wall.
Ed (Kel Mitchell) is a teenager who lives for his job at Good Burger, a small but friendly neighborhood hamburger stand, while his buddy Dexter (Kenan Thompson) also works there, but lacks Ed’s single-minded devotion to his job.
When a big chain competitor, Mondo Burger, opens across the street, these two teenagers are forced to save the fast-food restaurant they work at from going out of business.
Four young friends find the remains of a missing teenager in this first-rate adaptation of Stephen King’s The Body. Starring Wil Wheaton, River Phoenix, Corey Feldman, Jerry O’Connell, Kiefer Sutherland, and Richard Dreyfuss. Directed by Rob Reiner.
Christopher Lloyd reprises the lovable role of Al the Angel from Disney’s hit movie Angels in the Outfield. This time out, Al touches down into the lives of two brothers (Matthew Lawrence and David Gallagher) and a footloose football team that doesn’t have a prayer!
Steve Martin turns in a heartwarming and hilarious performance as George Banks, a befuddled father who has a hard time letting go of his young daughter when she unexpectedly announces her plans to wed.
Good-natured Ben Healy (Ritter) and his social-climbing wife Flo (Yasbeck) adopt seven-year-old Junior (Michael Oliver) to help brighten their lives.
But Junior soon turns an ordinary camping trip, an innocent birthday party, and even a little league baseball game into full-scale comic nightmares.
Thinking all his new son needs is some loving attention, Ben puts up with Junior’s mishaps but only to a point. Just as he’s ready to take drastic action, Ben realizes that beneath the little monster lurks an angel craving affection in this satire on the trials of modern-day family life.