5 Of The Best Family-Friendly Movies To Watch This Easter

Published on 04/01/2020

Nothing like spending your Easter holiday with family. And what better way than to spend part of the time watching some fabulous Easter inspired films to keep the Easter spirit going. When the festivities start to wind down, both kids to grownups will most definitely enjoy these beautiful films, and they’re only just a click away. Time to take a look at the best family-friendly Easter movies to watch this Easter


5 Of The Best Family-Friendly Movies To Watch This Easter

5 Of The Best Family-Friendly Movies To Watch This Easter

A Shaun The Sheep Movie: Farmageddon

A Shaun the Sheep Movie: Farmageddon is a real enjoyable and family-friendly movie to watch on Easter. Kids will no doubt love the experience of being able to follow the journey of Shaun the Sheep on Mossy Bottom Farm. Adults, don’t worry you will appreciate the movie’s clever references to sci-fi classics like 2001: A Space Odyssey and Close Encounters of the Third Kind.

Christopher Robin

Comical yet so adorable, Christopher Robin is a marvelous film for the springtime. The best part is that kids will adore the subtle retelling of the Winnie the Pooh series, and for anyone who grew up loving these classic books, you will certainly feel a wealth of nostalgia. This could be an excellent movie to watch for the whole family over Easter.


Hops narrates the story of the Easter Bunny’s son, E.B., who only dreams of becoming a drummer rather than taking over his father’s job as the Easter Bunny. With a cast of well-distinguished actors, you and your family will surely enjoy this Easter-inspired film.

Joseph: King of Dreams

Joseph: King of Dreams is the 2000 follow-up to the 1998 DreamWorks film, The Prince of Egypt. The beautiful animated film, with a take on the Biblical tale of Joseph, shows us the story of Joseph from the Book of Genesis. With sing-along music and unbelievable acting, this is sure to be enjoyed by all.

Peter Rabbit

The newest revision of Beatrix Potter’s classic books is charismatic, quirky, and of course, loaded with cute rabbits.  The mischievous little rabbit from the adorable colored-picture books comes to the big screen this spring as the cheeky Peter Rabbit, who only wants the friendship of his kind neighbor. The semi-animated feature is an enjoyable yet entertaining version of the classic tale, and without no questions asked will get you into the Easter spirit.