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The 5 Best Movies to Watch With Your Kids This Weekend on Netflix

If you are wondering what movies you could watch with your kids this weekend, look no further.

We have found the best movies to watch with your kids, right here on Netflix!

Now, to be clear, these are not the latest movies in theatres, but these are all family-friendly movies that you can watch with your kids this weekend.

Netflix always has the latest hit TV shows available for streaming and also has a number of great original series that will keep you entertained for hours.

The Emoji Movie – 2017 (Rating: U)


The vibrant city of Textopolis, located within a smartphone, is home to all emojis.

Gene, an exuberant emoji with many expressions that differ from the rest, is the only one with more than one face expression.

Desiring equality like the other emojis, Gene seeks assistance from his best buddy Hi-5 and a notorious code breaker emoji Jailbreak.

Together, the three emojis venture through various apps to track down the one-of-a-kind code that will fix Gene.

Madagascar 3 : Europe's Most Wanted – 2012 (Rating: PG)


Alex (Ben Stiller), Marty (Chris Rock), Melman (David Schwimmer), and Gloria (Jada Pinkett Smith) are still attempting to return to New York's Central Park Zoo.

They must go via Europe in order to find the penguins and chimpanzees that escaped a Monte Carlo casino. Alex, his friends, and the rest of the zoo creatures band together in order to fight an evil animal control officer from capturing them.

The Willoughbys – 2020 (Rating: PG)


Four old-fashioned siblings are neglected by their parents and take their new nanny on an epic journey through the modern world.

Megamind – 2010 (Rating: PG)


Despite his incredible intellect, Megamind (Will Ferrell) is the most-unsuccessful supervillain in history.

Megamind is more shocked than anyone when he really does defeat his longtime adversary, despite being thwarted time and again by Metro Man (Brad Pitt).

However, without Metro Man to motivate him, Megamind has no reason to be a bad guy anymore.

He only needs a new hero to fight, and he finds his rival's perfect doppelganger in the form of an unlikely new superhero named Tighten (Jonah Hill).

Will Megamind be able to juggle his newfound role as Metro City's defender with his duties as its supervillain?

How To Train Your Dragon – 2010 (Rating: PG)


A Viking teenager from the island of Berk, where dragon combat is a way of life.

Despite his father's (Gerard Butler) position as leader of the clan, his progressive ideas and strange sense of humor make him a freak.

He is forced to attend dragon-fighting school when he befriends an injured Toothless, who becomes his sidekick in saving his people's future.

**Bonus** Shrek – 2001 (Rating: U)

In a far-flung swamp once lived an ogre named Shrek, who has his peace rudely shattered by the arrival of pesky fairy tale characters.

The evil Lord Farquaad (John Lithgow) had banished them from their kingdom.

Shrek makes a bargain with Farquaad in order to free Fiona, and sets out to recover her so that she can be his bride.

Rescuing the princess may be minor compared to her deep, dark secret.

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