Movies are a great way to spend time with the entire family. With so many Netflix Original kids movies to choose from, you could easily spend your entire night scrolling through the streaming service. Here are the best Netflix Original movies you can stream with your kids right now.
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In The Willoughbys, four siblings come together to get rid of their selfish parents. They work together to become their own family, only to realize how much they need their parents. Watch as the four siblings try to survive in the world on their own until their parents come home.
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Ash, Misty, Brock, and Pikachu are called on by a mysterious trainer to meet Mewtwo. Pokémon: Mewtwo Strikes Back: Evolution follows the story of the gang’s battle against this artificially made Pokémon’s plans to destroy the world. They’ll do anything they have to so their friends, family, and the rest of the world will be safe.
Life is turned upside down for Mai when she befriends a top-secret robot. In Next Gen, she goes on a journey to take down the villain who created her friend. This Netflix Original story is all about taking on bullies, evil bots, and all those who stand in the way of their travels.
When a Chicago baker runs into a soon-to-be princess, they realize they’re long-lost twin sisters. The Princess Switch follows their plan to switch places during Christmas and experience each other’s families. Over two days, they each get to live a life that’s foreign to them, while occasionally missing their old one.
During his usual parades of fighting ninja pirates, Puss finds a fairy tale book that piques his interest. Puss in Book: Trapped in an Epic Tale follows him through this choose-your-own-adventure Netflix Original movie. Each experience poses its own choice, and you have to do all you can to set Puss free.
The Little Prince is the story of a little girl who befriends an aviator who tells her unique stories. They learn about the little boy who lives on an asteroid. The stories ignite her imagination and she learns to embrace adventure.
Follow the story of Benji, an orphaned puppy who comes to the rescue of two kids, who end up being abducted. This latest remake of the classic film tackles modern issues throughout.
Netflix may have created a new Christmas classic with this lush animated movie. Klaus tells a reimagined origin story for Santa Claus, envisioned here as a mysterious toymaker in a remote village, where a lazy, entitled postman has been stationed as punishment. Both postman Jesper (voiced by Jason Schwartzman) and recluse Klaus (voiced by J.K. Simmons) must look beyond themselves to embrace generosity and bring peace and happiness back to the village.
It took nearly 30 years, but Paul Reubens’ bow tie-wearing man-child Pee-wee Herman made his long-awaited comeback in Pee-wee’s Big Holiday. Like previous Pee-wee adventures, Big Holiday is a mix of subversive, surreal humor and wholesome goofiness. This road trip story about Pee-wee attempting to get to the birthday party of his new best friend Joe Manganiello (playing himself) has a few raunchy moments but is still perfect for slightly older kids.
The second feature-length movie for the mischievous sheep and his barnyard pals, A Shaun the Sheep Movie: Farmageddon finds Mossy Bottom Farm invaded by a very cute alien. The dialogue-free Shaun the Sheep franchise showcases inventive physical humor that appeals to children of all ages and adults, too. And the stop-motion visuals from animation studio Aardman have only gotten more stunning over time.
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