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Movie night can be great fun for our children. It's an
occasion for getting cozy, preparing snacks, and turning the lights down low. The
comforts of your home make it extra special and fun for everyone. There are so
many great children's films to choose from. But what are the best movies and
themes to support your children's astrological fingerprint? Remember, the
younger the child, the more impressionable he or she is, so be sure to show
movies that are both entertaining and uplifting.
Kids. Spy Kids is a film about
two kids, brother and sister, who are the world's greatest spies. This film is
action and gadget packed. Your little Aries will stay seated throughout the
entire thing (imagine that!). The imaginative children depicted are sure to
match your child's energy, and who knows what inspiration will be uncovered?
Taurus: The Princess Bride.The
Princess Bride is a fairy tale about a beautiful princess who needs
rescuing from the evil villain by a gallant prince. For the young Venus-ruled Taurus, this romantic,
and wildly funny movie pulls those heart strings.
Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban.
This third film in the Harry Potter series is filled with magic and adventure.
It's Harry's third year at Hogwarts and it starts off badly when he learns that
deranged killer Sirius Black has escaped from prison. The little Gemini mind will be racing to figure out every
twist and turn out before it happens.
Out. Riley is a happy child whose
life is turned upside down when her family moves to San Francisco. This film is
perfect for the sensitive, home-loving young Cancer—it's very entertaining, and
teaches some great lessons on being true to oneself.
Giant. In Iron Giant, a young boy rescues a mechanical giant who has come to
earth from another planet. This is a perfect film for young Leos, who are already
developing the desire to protect what they care about.
Virgo: Mary Poppins. Mary Poppins is a classic film about a
nanny who has magical powers. She answers a job post and her presence in her
new home transforms the entire family. A Virgo child will love the depiction of
the joy-filled (but not conflict-free) household (and there's talk of a
Libra: Frozen. In Frozen,
the ultimate relationship film, two sisters bond as they work to release the
kingdom from the elder sister's ice spell. It is a beautiful and entertaining
story. Any Libra child will be fully engaged from beginning to end.
to Train Your Dragon. A boy doesn't
follow the ways of village and befriends a dragon in How to Train Your Dragon. In doing so, he also manages to change
what around him no longer works. A
Scorpio child will love the tenacity and will the character in this film
Sagittarius: Finding Nemo. Nemo
goes on a great adventure after he gets separated from his dad and captured by
a dentist to be placed in a fish tank. The themes and lessons in this film will
be great for every child, but the Sagittarian youngster who is curious about
the world will be especially engaged.
Wonka & The Chocolate Factory. A classic tale about a smart and
responsible boy who has a very poor family and what happens when he finds one
of the golden tickets to tour the chocolate factory. The deep-thinking and
already hard-working Capricorn child will relate to this character and enjoy
this film immensely.
Wiz. A play off the Wizard of Oz, Dorothy gets caught in a tornado and
finds herself in a magical place called OZ. She meets three friends who travel
with her to find the Wiz to her get back home. There is music, magic,
spectacular dance performance and lots of love and humanity. This is a perfect
for an eclectic little Aquarian.
- The Extra-Terrestrial. This is a film about a group of children that
discover an alien and their efforts to help him get home. It has everything a
Piscean dreamer would appreciate.