Top 10 Father’s Day movies for a better Father’s Day celebration weekend with your DadPosted on June 13th, 2012 12,952 views | No comments
2012 Father’s Day is just around the corner. What have you got in your mind to have a wonderful Father’s Day celebration weekend with your dad this Sunday? Have you make your mind on what gift to give to your dad on Father’s Day? If not, take a look at the Top 10 Father’s Day gift ideas to pick up a satisfactory Father’s Day gift for your dad. However, if you have enough time this Sunday, it’s also a good idea to enjoy some Father’s Day movies together with your dad. There’re a lot of screen dads in movies, like interesting movie dad, heart-warming movie dad, hard-working movie dad, brother-like movie dad, humorous movie dad, etc. Today, I would share a list of Top 10 Father’s Day movies with you. You must be able to pick up your favorite screen dads from these Father’s Day movies, or the dad who would just be your dad’s style. Watching Father’s Day with your dad on Father’s Day would also be wonderful. If you happen to get some Father’s Day movie discs, you can use a DVD Ripper to convert these Father’s Day movie discs to common video format for both convenient playback and safekeeping. And, a Movie Converter could help you to watch these Father’s Day movies on different players.
Chitty Chitty Bang Bang
Directed by Ken Hughes and written by Ian Fleming, Roald Dahl, Ken Hughes and Richard Malbaum, this movie stars Dick Van Dyke, Sally Ann Howes and Lionel Jeffries. When eccentric single-dad Caractacus Potts invents a revolutionary car, a foreign government becomes interested and will do anything to get their hands on it. Caractacus may not be the most organized father, but he sure is fun! Especially when he’s making breakfast with one of his wacky inventions.
Father of the Bride (1991)
A comedy about a dad who goes a little haywire in the midst of his only daughter planning her wedding and getting married. Perfect for the over-protective dad. The film inspired a series of Hallmark commercials that featured the smiling faces of the happy couple and sneak-peeks at the backs of numerous greeting cards. This film is number 92 on Bravo’s “100 Funniest Movies”.
This dad is actually the superhero most kids believe their dad to be. But that’s not what makes him great. He’s got powers, sure, but it’s how you teach your kids that makes you truly super.
The film won the 2004 Annie Award for Best Animated Feature, along with two 2004 Academy Awards, Best Animated Feature and Best Sound Editing. It also received nominations for two other Academy Awards, won the Saturn Award for Best Animated Film, and became the first entirely animated film to win the prestigious Hugo Award for Best Dramatic Presentation. It was also nominated for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy at the 2004 Golden Globes.
Field of Dreams
An Iowa corn farmer hears voices in his head commanding him to build a baseball diamond in his fields. Once he does the Chicago Black Sox show up to play, including one very special player. The most commonly used quote in the movie is “If you build he will come.” However, many people misquote it, saying, “If you build it they will come.”
Gil and Karen Buckmans are your average Midwestern couple, dealing with high-stress jobs and estranged relatives, all the while raising their kids to be good people. And somehow, they never lose their sense of humor – especially Gil.
Life is Beautiful
Horrible things sometimes happen in life, but we have the power of choice — the choice of how to live with what life throws at us. During one of the worst times in world history, Guido makes it all a game, giving his son a way to cope and the ability to remain an innocent for just a little bit longer.
The Pursuit of Happyness
Frankly speaking, this movie is one of my favorite movies. Will Smith plays this unsuccessful father who turns his life around to provide for and teach his son. You will know how hard it is to make a living, especially when you have nothing but a child to take care. But you would also know how great a man would be if he could take care of his child well even he has to live in a church house. Work hard and never give up on the road of pursuing happiness, that’s what I leant from Smith in this movie.
Fantastic Mr. Fox
Fantastic Mr. Fox is a stop motion animated feature based on Roald Dahl’s children’s novel of the same name. Mr. Fox retires from a life of stealing from local farmers when he discovers Mrs. Fox is pregnant. Two years later we find Mr. Fox struggling to relate to his son’s unique personality and plotting new adventures to spice up his life.
Taken is a 2008 French thriller film produced by Luc Besson, starring Liam Neeson, Maggie Grace and Famke Janssen. The screenplay was written by Besson and Robert Mark Kamen, and directed by Pierre Morel. Neeson plays a former Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) operative who sets about tracking down his daughter after she is kidnapped by human traffickers while traveling in France.
National Lampoon’s VacationGoogle+
Chevy Chase plays this dad who will stop at nothing to give his family the vacation of their dreams. Sure, he’s embarrassing and his methods are extreme but he won’t let a little thing like the law keep his kids from having a good time.
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