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This page shows you the list charts. By default, the movies are ordered by how many times they have been marked as a favorite. However, you can also sort by other information, such as the total number of times it has been marked as a dislike.

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  1. Common Sense Media's Best Movies for Families's icon

    Common Sense Media's Best Movies for Families

    Favs/dislikes: 3:0. "This guide includes our favorite time-tested movies for families with kids from toddlers to teens." The list is categorized by age and by genre. Age 2-6 (1-44) Animated favorites (1-27), classics for kids (28-39), lovable live-action animals (40-44) Age 7-12 (45-138) Classics for tweens (45-65), coming-of-age tales (66-83), dramatic stories (84-93), laugh out louds (94-110), sci-fi and fantasy (111-138) Age 13-17 (139-194) Classics for teens (139-144), coming-of-age tales (145-157), dramatic stories (158-178), laugh out louds (179-186), sci-fi, action, and fantasy (187-194)
  2. Van Abeltje tot Zoop's icon

    Van Abeltje tot Zoop

    Favs/dislikes: 2:0. All movies listed in "Van Abeltje tot Zoop" by Esther Schmidt and Sabine Veenendaal. Dutch children's films from 1937 to 2011. Missing on IMDb: De guitenstreken van Jopie Slim en Dickie Bigmans (1939) Jongenskamp (1947) Ridders zonder harnas (1947) Trouwe kameraden (1949) De club van de Zwarte Panter (1950) Paradijs der jeugd (1951) Het geheim van de Valkenhorst (1952) Brilstra en zijn bromvlieg (1956)
  3. The 77 Best Kids Films of All Time's icon

    The 77 Best Kids Films of All Time

    Favs/dislikes: 10:0. As posted by the Telegraph. The list was presented chronologically with multiple entries for the Star Wars, Toy Story, Harry Potter, and Despicable Me franchises.
  4. Entertainment Weekly's Essential Movies Kids Must Experience (Before They Turn 13)'s icon

    Entertainment Weekly's Essential Movies Kids Must Experience (Before They Turn 13)

    Favs/dislikes: 6:0. There are people out there who have never seen The Princess Bride. They walk among us, holding down jobs, contributing to society, and generally living happy, semi-fulfilled lives. But whisper a perfectly-timed “mawage” in their direction during a wedding, and the resulting blank stare or awkward chuckle will expose an inconceivable pop-cultural blind spot. Someone failed them when they were growing up. In many ways it’s too late for them, but we can still save the next generation. The 55 Essential Movies Kids Must Experience (Before They Turn 13) is a starting point. This isn’t a list of the 55 “best” kids movies, nor a compendium of hidden gems. Rather, it’s a survival-guide syllabus of films that we all need to know to be able to speak the same pop-cultural language, listed in order by when they might be best introduced. It starts with a film that is a perfect introduction to the cinematic universe and ends with one that is an ideal capper before graduating into the world of PG-13 and R movies—and the age when kids begin to make their own theater decisions. These are the cinematic building blocks for future film connoisseurs, movie-literate enthusiasts who can gracefully segue from a George Bailey impression into a spirited debate over whether Han Solo shot first. The important stuff.
  5. The Guardian's 50 Best Family Films's icon

    The Guardian's 50 Best Family Films

    Favs/dislikes: 4:0. As part of the Commission Us strand of our Film Season, you asked for a library of the best children's films. Here's our top 50, plus Michael Hann's personal choices, where you can also add your own. Note: List appears to be alphabetical, but I'm not sure why the first two are listed as such in the source.
  6. Children's Horror / Age Appropriate Horror / Beginner Horror's icon

    Children's Horror / Age Appropriate Horror / Beginner Horror

    Favs/dislikes: 5:0. A list of films and TV shows that could be described as "Age Appropriate Horror for Children" or "Children's Horror". Short films less than 30 minutes and individual episodes of TV shows are excluded.
  7. Babysitting Movies's icon

    Babysitting Movies

    Favs/dislikes: 3:3. Movies safe enough to watch with kids, that both of you can enjoy!
  8. MomJunction's 35 Best Scary Movies For Kids And Teens (2019)'s icon

    MomJunction's 35 Best Scary Movies For Kids And Teens (2019)

    Favs/dislikes: 1:0. MomJunction brings you 35 best scary movies for kids and teens. Compiled by Rohit Garoo. The list is unranked and subdivided in the following way: 1-15: Scary Movies For Kids (5-12 years) 16-35: Scary Movies For Teens (13-19 years)
  9. All Barbie Movies's icon

    All Barbie Movies

    Favs/dislikes: 1:2. This is an official list of all the barbie movies. I can't find the second one on this site though, 'Barbie and the Sensations: Rockin' Back to Earth'.
  10. Films about growing up's icon

    Films about growing up

    Favs/dislikes: 3:1.
  11. Astrid Lindgren's icon

    Astrid Lindgren

    Favs/dislikes: 3:0. A list of movies produced/written by Astrid Lindgren.
  12. They Shoot Pictures Family's icon

    They Shoot Pictures Family

    Favs/dislikes: 7:0. Family films on the TSPDT 1000 list. When you need a check and need to watch the kids on the same night.
  13. The good stuff's icon

    The good stuff

    Favs/dislikes: 0:0.
  14. Don Bluth Filmography's icon

    Don Bluth Filmography

    Favs/dislikes: 8:0. All full length feature animated films directed/produced by Don Bluth
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