This Pixar original just hits differently when watching as a parent. You’ll still appreciate the beautiful animation, humor and adventure, Dory’s sound life advice (“just keep swimming!”) and clever scenarios like the aquarium in the dentist’s office, Nemo’s ceremonial initiation into the “fraternal bonds of tankhood,” and the Shark 12-step program. Swipe up for our full list!
Lilo and Stitch‘s authentic portrayal of modern Hawaiian culture, ground-breaking representation of native Pacific Islanders, and non-traditional family dynamic set it apart from the other lackluster films Disney Animation Studios was making in the early aughts. Swipe up for our full review!
A cult classic for a reason, A Goofy Movie is a valuable re-watch for parents, especially those with tweens and teens. As a coming-of-age tale, it’s surprisingly complex, emphasizing the importance of communication in a parent/child relationship. If you related to Max as a child of the 90s, you may find yourself empathizing more with Goofy this time around! Swipe up for our full list!
Arguably the quintessential Disney movie, Mary Poppins is a joy to revisit at any age. The cinematic adaptation of P.L. Travers’ now-famous nanny is full of magic and lessons. Pop into chalk drawings, enjoy tea parties on the ceiling, and add a spoonful of memorable music by the Sherman brothers. Swipe up to see the full list of movies on our rewatch list!