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Our Movies Picks From 2018

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After a long tiring week, everyone awaits for weekends to spend some relaxed quality time with family. And on a cosy day over the weekend, what could be more entertaining than a bunch of interesting movies.

2018 was a year full of creative and kid-friendly movies. The best part about children's movies is that they always have a social message to deliver. It is also amazing how children tend to grasp it immediately. The visuals and characters are all beautifully made with the utmost details.

Not only are these movies enjoyed by teens and kids, but these days they are also writing their own expert reviews. Check out our teen reviews for Manikarnika, Secret superstar, and Padmavaat. 

Here is a ClipBook with movies from 2018, that you and your whole family can enjoy this weekend.

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Incredibles 2

Now that we love the Incredibles family it's time to welcome a new tot. A comical adventure of a father trying to figure out the superpowers of his newborn.

Hotel Transylvania 3: Summer Vacation

Count Dracula and company plan on having a vacation in a cruise for sea-loving monsters, unaware that their ship is being commandeered by the monster-hating Van Helsing family.

The Grinch

The Grinch tells the story of a grump who tries to steal Christmas as he feels it is too loud and ruins his peace. In his attempt to do so he collaborates with a little girl who is buzzing with the holiday spirit.

The Nutcracker And The Four Realms

Disney's take on Christmas classic is colourful but intense. The visuals and the costumes of every character are carefully made and is nothing less than spectacular.

Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes Of Grindelwald

From the writer, J. K. Rowling, a second of the series, is a prequel to the Harry Potter series. The visuals are so magical and fantastic, like none before.

Early Man

A stop-motion animated comedy movie about a tribe of primitive hunters, who are displaced from their homes by emissaries from a distant empire that has mastered bronze-making.

Smallfoot

A hollywood animation of a yeti who comes in contact with a human. The heartwarming story shows the world through an outsider's eye and also leaves behind some lessons like tolerance and difference in perspective.

Christopher Robin

The film shows us a different perspective on life and is easily relatable to everyone in this era. A very emotional piece by the makers of Disney where a man tries to find his inner child.

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