What easier way to get the family together than to plan a movie night? Avoid a dud by picking one of these themes. They'll keep your DVD full for weeks to come. And don't forget: Sometimes the most important part of movie night is the post-credits conversation.
Dare we say it: These family films may be better on screen than off. Author Gemma Alexander shares stories old and new that'll give your family movie night a literary feel. And there's no rule saying you can't read the book afterward!
They're tough conversations to have so let the screen start you off. These seven picks from Gemma Alexander teach empathy without preaching.
It's the end of the world as we know it. Well, until the next summer blockbuster comes out. These 10 post-apocalyptic flicks will wow your kid without being too real too quick.
Travel the world without leaving your living room! These suggestions from ParentMap executive editor Natalie Singer-Velush will make your kid a globetrotter.
Star Wars is great but aren't there any other movies that'll take you to a galaxy far, far away? Gemma Alexander shares her stellar selections.
You know the name but what about the movies? This list from author John Kubalak will make your kid a Miyazaki buff.
Before packing up for the summer, screen a few of these relevant films. They'll make some happy campers.
Bring the outdoors in with this magnificent collection of nature-focused features. John Kubalak has more on onscreen green.