Summer Movies For The Kids
Summer is upon us, school’s out and the kids are home. This is a pretty exciting time for them after months in school. The sunny weather comes with loads of outdoor activities, as well as indoor activities such as watching movies. Movies will give you a break from having to think up fun and exciting things to do all day, plus you can also jump in on the fun.
Below is a list of kids’ movies to watch out for during this summer break, in no particular order of preference. No spoilers here!
- Sherlock Gnomes
This animated comedy brings back the legendary detective Sherlock Gnomes. Two garden gnomes aptly named Gnomeo and Juliet hire the services of this legendary detective to look into the strange disappearance of their friends. Sit back and stock up on the popcorn as this is one rollercoaster of laughter you will be riding from the beginning to the end.
- The Incredibles 2
The first Incredibles movie premiered way back in 2004, probably way before any of your kids were born. Regardless, this first movie was such a hit that you can be sure your kids will love it. It would be great to have them watch the first movie at home, and then take them to the theatres to watch the largely-acclaimed sequel in theatres this June.
- Ant-Man and The Wasp
Marvel Studios never disappoints, and that is the same expectation you ought to carry into the theatres this July when this movie begins showing. The story-line focuses on a super-hero trying to maintain the work-life balance as he raises his daughter and battles a new threat. It already sounds like a perfect way to spend an afternoon in July.
- Hotel Transylvania 3: summer vacation
This sequel of the Hotel Transylvania 2 spins off with Count Dracula taking a cruise with his kooky bunch of supernatural friends. As expected, there will be loads of laughs as this eccentric gang gets into all types of situations like when Skeleton loses it at an all-you-can-eat buffet. Meanwhile, Count Dracula channels his affection to a most unusual subject. Expect to enjoy great laughs and thrills; as you while your afternoon away with the kids this July.
- Eighth Grade
A welcome change from the animation overload is this thought-provoking movie. The focus of the storyline is on a wall-flower type of girl in 8th grade trying to navigate life despite the many challenges that come with her age. And as if that’s not challenging enough, she is also trying to record the perfect YouTube video. How will that end? That’s stuff that you can only find in the movies this July.
From the expected overdose of animated films to adventure and comedy films, this summer is promising a jam-packed movie session for the kids. Our list barely scratches the surface, but it gives you a picture of what to expect as you break out the popcorn and indulge your summer afternoons and evenings. Happy viewing!
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