Family Friendly Movies for Family Movie Night
As we all begin to find activities to keep us busy during our “quartine,” don’t miss out on the chance to catch some IMAX films from the comfort of your home. Yes, it might not be the same as sitting in the theater and watching it on that gigantic screen, but you still get the chance to see these amazing movies that bring you up and personal with some of the most amazing places and creatures found in our world. All of this is provided to you by MacGillivray Freeman Films. They have opened up a portion of their film library for you to experience at home.
Whether you are looking for a rainy or snowy day activity to a movie to watch when it is just too hot to be outside, here are 8 family-friendly movies for family movie night.
America’s Musical Journey
America’s Musical Journey is a cross-country journey celebrating the unique diversity of America’s musical heritage. It is available for streaming on YouTube (free) as well as Apple TV and GoUSA TV via Roku.
Coral Reef Adventure
Coral Reef Adventure follows two filmmakers travel the world documenting the planet’s coral reefs and the creatures that call them home. Available for streaming on Amazon Prime.
Dolphins is a playful, up-close look at the dolphins of Alaska, Patagonia, and the Bahamas. Available for streaming on Amazon Prime .
National Parks Adventure
National Parks Adventure is the ultimate off-trail adventure into the nation’s untamed wilderness in places like Yosemite, Yellowstone, Grand Canyon and many more. Available for streaming on Vimeo on Demand.
The Living Sea
The Living Sea celebrates the beauty and wonder of the ocean as it explores our relationship with this complex and fragile environment. Available for streaming on Amazon Prime.
Van Gogh: Brush with Genius
Van Gogh: Brush with Genius is a moving look at the artist’s journey from the time of his first canvases at age 27 to his death 9 years later—a period during which he painted more than 900 paintings. Available for streaming on Amazon Prime.
Do you know of any other family-friendly movies? We would love to hear about them.