TV classics to watch this weekend with your family on Netflix

Would a movie produced before their birth interest your kids? Try them out.

This weekend, how about you take your children through a time machine? Get the family to watch movies that were produced pre-2015. 

Some movies even date back to the early 90s. Nothing beats a good classic, and children deserve to have this experience. 


Year: 1991

Peter Pan, the boy who wasn’t supposed to grow up, did just that. But vengeful Capt. Hook kidnaps Peter’s kids, forcing him to return to Neverland. 


Year: 1996 

Cursed with a cruel school principal and parents, a little girl discovers her hidden powers — which she uses to stand up to the bullies in her life.

Dr. Seuss’ A cat in the hat 

Year: 2003

While Mom is away, a bored little boy and girl are visited by the Cat in the Hat, who proceeds to turn the house into the “mother of all messes.”

Kung Fu Panda 2

Year: 2011 

When a frightful new enemy emerges, Po and the Furious Five embark on a perilous journey to save China and the art of kung fu. 

Spy Kids: All the time in the world

Year: 2011

Former Sky Kids Carmen and Judi return to help twin siblings Rebecca and Cecvit Wilson save the world with their retired secret-agent stepmother.  

Rise of the Guardians

Year: 2012

Santa Claus, the Easter Bunny, the Tooth Fairy, and others battle a malicious spirit determined to destroy the innocent beliefs and the dreams of children.


Year: 2014

In this adaptation of the Broadway musical, a spunky foster kid comes under the wing of a political player, and they change each other’s lives. 

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