5 Kids’ Movies That Are Still Enjoyable To Watch As An Adult

Finding something to watch can feel like a chore some nights, especially if you watching with others, finding something that appeals to everyone’s taste can be an impossible task and you may be left feeling nostalgic for the days when you were limited to family friendly content. But there’s no reason why being an adult should keep you from watching some old favorites. If you’re struggling to make a decision on what to watch here are some memorable kids’ movies that are still great to watch as an adult.

  1. Finding Nemo

One thing about watching kids’ movies as an adult is that we pick up on just how sad some of these storylines are, but if you don’t mind a bit of heartbreak then this classic is great for you, just don’t think too much about the reality of ocean life.

  1. The Incredibles

The Incredibles is just one of those movies you can watch at any age.  With fabulous animation that still holds up today, some pretty awesome action scenes, clever jokes, and a great villain, this Pixar movie stands the test of time.

  1. Coraline

With a full cast of bizarre and absurd characters, a door to a parallel world, trippy landscapes, and a constant looming sense of the nightmarish lurking just around the turn, its easy to see how this movie has become a cult classic amongst older audiences. Its twisted plot and monstrous imagery may be too much for young children but just the right amount of weird and wonderful for older audiences to enjoy. It’s deeply intricate design and detailed sets means that no matter how many times you watch it there’s always something you’ll realize you never noticed before.

  1. Spirited Away.

Beautifully animated, amazingly imaginative, Spirited Away is a masterpiece to watch at any age. One of Studio Ghibli’s talents is expertly portraying the complex world of childhood, and as an adult it’s a joy to be able to slip into that mindset again and remember what it was like to experience the world as a kid. Even if it’s your first time watching, Spirited Away gives you a feeling of nostalgia.

  1. Matilda

Based on the children’s story by Roald Dahl and directed by Danny DeVito, this whimsical story about an exceptional little girl is just as enjoyable to watch as an adult. Dahl’s unique humor and strange characters make this quirky yet wholesome movie a joy to watch at any age.

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