Lifestyle - Entertainment | 12-18 yrs

7 Parenting Movies To Inspire You



The Sound Of Music, 1965

The Sound of Music (1965) was an exceptionally successful film in the mid-1960s at the time of its release. It surpassed Gone With the Wind (1939) as the number one box office hit of all time. It was the high-point of the Hollywood musical genre.

Parenthood, 1989

Parents are allowed to be ambivalent and children defiant. Fathers play favourites; mothers surrender the yoke of wisdom. In short, they're allowed to be human, and not have all the answers. And in the film, they are very funny, thanks to a fairly...

Father Of The Bride, 1991

Steve Martin stars in this remake of the 1950 Vincente Minnelli classic as shoe executive George Banks, whose happily married existence hits a bump when he finds out from his daughter that she wants to marry.

Mrs. Doubtfire, 1993

After voice-over actor Daniel Hillard (Robin Williams) gets himself divorced and loses custody of his three children, he resorts to dressing up and speaking like a matronly grandmother to get hired as his kids’ nanny. Here are some facts about Mrs...

Brave Movie, 2012

Brave is a good tale that is deftly told, filled with moments of insight, beauty and humour. And of course, the animation is amazing. Brave is a 2012 American 3D CGI computer-animated adventure fantasy film produced by Pixar Animation Studios and ...

Parental Guidance, 2012

Different generations parent differently. That's the crux of the conflict in Parental Guidance, a sweet, funny story about what happens when old-school grandpa and grandma show up to take care of three coddled-and-sheltered kids so that mom and da...

This Is 40, 2012

Parents need to know that This Is 40 is a sort-of sequel to Judd Apatow's popular comedy Knocked Up, following that movie's supporting characters, Debbie (Leslie Mann) and Pete (Paul Rudd), as they hit mid-life and start taking their marriage, and...

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