Watching a movie at home is a great way to spend an afternoon with the family and bond. There is no better plan than to watch a movie all together lying on the couch. We selected some movies to watch as a family, that all ages can enjoy in the same way, so prepare a pack of popcorn to be able to spend quality time with the family. As a warning, some of these are so cute and moving that they will also want some tissues in case they cry.
-Finding Nemo: Nemo, a small fish, much loved and protected by his father, gets lost outside the great barrier of the Australian reef, after being captured by this reef, Nemo will end up in a fish tank in Sydney. His father, a clownfish, sets out in search of him and embarks on a dangerous adventure with Dory, a fish with very little memory. At the same time, Nemo and his new friends already hatch a plan to escape from the fish tank.
-Casper: During a visit to the mansion of an heiress, a young orphan helps a friendly ghost named Casper.
-Soul: A musician who has lost his passion for music is transported out of her body and must find his way back with the help of a childlike soul that learns about itself.
-Coco: Miguel is a boy who dreams of being a musician, but his family forbids him because his great-great-grandfather, a musician, abandoned them, and they want to force Miguel to be a shoemaker, like all the members of the family. By accident, Miguel enters the Land of the Dead, from where he can only leave if a deceased relative grants him his blessing, but his great-great-grandmother refuses to let him return to the living if she does not promise that he will not be a musician. Because of that, Miguel escapes from her and starts looking for her great-great-grandfather.
-Inside Out: The five emotions that coexist inside a girl named Riley, joy, fear, displeasure, anger and sadness, compete to take control of her actions when the little girl moves, together with her family, to live to San Francisco. Adjusting to a new city, a new school, and some new classmates won’t be easy for Riley.
-The polar express: The conductor of a train guides a boy who doubts the existence of Santa Claus to the North Pole.