Our Top Family Films to watch with Pizza this week
Nothing beats finishing up for the day not having to cook as it’s pizza night and what’s best than picking a family movie night. No effort needed for cooking and we can relax. However, we thought we would put together a list of family films each week to help keep us all entertained. So all you need to do is check out our delicious pizza menu www.diritaspizzadeli.com 01480 465339 speak to the team and book your pizza delivery slot, pick a film, sit back and relax....
Ah, to be a chef in the culinary capital of the world! Remy dreams of whipping up delicious dishes in Paris kitchens. The only problem? He's a rat—certainly cause for alarm among diners. However, after crossing paths with the clumbsy Linguini (a human), the duo partner to make his dream become a reality...but not without a few disasters along the way. Rated G.
2. Inside Out (2015) This family flick is one of Pixar’s most creative storylines—prepare for a roller coaster of emotions! The key characters of this sweet movie are actually a little girl’s feelings—Disgust, Joy and Sadness, to name a few—and accompany her on an unexpected move from the Midwest to the West Coast. Clever, charming and gut-busting funny, this is a movie the whole crew will love! Rated PG
3. The Karate Kid (1984) You may have heard “Wax on, wax off” a hundred times by now—that’s about the amount of times we could watch this movie in a row without tiring. Young Danny finds himself to be the target of a group of bullies, but with repairman (and martial arts master) Mr. Miyagi’s help, he trains to master martial arts and eventually compete and defend himself against his foes. Rated PG.
4. Mrs. Doubtfire (1993) Robin Williams has the power to move us to tears—first with laughter, then with heartbreak. In this popular flick, a funny, carefree husband named Dan must face the music when his marriage starts to take a tumble and his wife asks for a separation. Dan devises a plan to get more time with his kids by going undercover as a nanny, gaining an even closer relationship with his family in the process. Rated PG–13.
5. The Parent Trap (1998) All it took was one summer to completely sabotage Nick and Elizabeth's plan. After a nasty split, the two decide to go their own ways, separating their twin daughters in the process. Who would've thought that the girls would unite at sleepaway camp 11 years later? Once the red-headed sisters unravel their parents' past, they devise a plan of their own to switch places. Will their efforts result in a successful family reunion? Rated PG.
6. The Lego Movie (2014) The world’s first-ever full-length LEGO adventure shares the tale of a superweapon called the Kragle; evil Lord Business (yep, you heard us) stole the coveted weapon from good wizard Vitruvius, the Kragle’s protector! There’s only one thing to stop him: the “Piece of Resistance,” a brick capable of stopping the Kragle. The film boasts a script that’ll make both parents and kids laugh, plus it has a star-studded cast—you’ll hear the voices of Chris Pratt, Will Ferrell, Elizabeth Banks, Will Arnett, Morgan Freeman, Liam Neeson and more! Rated PG.
7. Walle-E (2008) Wall-E is an ancient robot and the sole robot left on earth. Naturally, being the only one of his kind isn't easy, and lonliness ensues...until EVE arrives. Rated PG.
8. Back to the Future (1985) A simple science experiment yields unbelievable results in this '80s classic. When Marty McFly is sent back in time, he must make sure his parents fall in love, but more issues await when he returns back to the present day. Rated PG.