All round the year, they sacrifice much of their
precious time and energy looking after you. Parent's Day is that time when
you are supposed to give back to your parents the same love, the same care
they provide you with. Spend some quality time with them this Parent's Day.
To make the occasion more fun for yourself and your parents, TheHolidaySpot
suggests you some interesting flicks that you can catch up on Parent's Day.
All these movies are highly appropriate to watch on Parent's Day. So choose
from any of these movies and have a great time with your parents. If you
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Director: Jay Roach Genre: Comedy Release Year: 2000 Starring: Robert De Niro, Ben Stiller, Teri Polo, Blythe Danner
When male nurse Greg Focker (Stiller) plans to propose to his girlfriend
Pam Byrnes (Teri Polo) before her family, little does he know what her
parents are like. Once in the Byrnes household, Greg feels intimidated
by Pam's father Jack, an ex CIA operative, who seems to take an instant
dislike towards him. As Greg continues to commit one mistake after
another, he goes on earning more of Jack's anger and disrespect. Will
Greg be able to win over the Byrnes family and earn the trust of Jack? Finding Nemo
Director: Andrew Stanton and Lee Unkrich. Genre: Comedy. Release Year: 2003 Starring: (Voices of) Albert Brooks, Ellen DeGeneres, Alexander
Gould, Willem Dafoe and others.
When his son Nemo (Alexander Gould) is captured by a scuba-diver, an
over-protective clownfish Marlin (Albert Brooks), along with a regal
tang called Dory (Ellen DeGeneres), goes in search of him. Along the way
they come across various dangers and the father comes to realize that
his son is capable of taking care of himself. This Walt Disney produced
CGI animated film has recently been
named the tenth greatest animated film ever made by the American Film
Institute. The Polar Express
Director: Robert Zemeckis Genre: Drama/Adventure Release Year: 2004 Starring: Tom Hanks, Leslie Harter Zemeckis, Eddie Deezen,
Chantel Valdivieso and others.
All that he heard about Christmas seem to come true for a young boy
(Daryl Sabara) when he finds a magic train called "The Polar Express"
pull up in front of his house on Christmas Eve. He is invited aboard by
the train's mysterious conductor (Tom Hanks) to journey to the North
Pole. Thus begins the boy's quest for the legend of Christmas and Santa
Clause. Based on the children's book of the same title by Chris Van
Allsburg, "The Polar Express" explores the saying that Christmas is "for
all who truly believe." Stuart Little
Director: Rob Minkoff Genre: Comedy Release Year: 1999 Starring: Michael J. Fox, Jonathan Lipnicki, Hugh Laurie, Geena
Davis and others.
When Mr. and Mrs. Little meet Stuart, a cute and intelligent little
mouse, at an orphanage they decide to adopt him instead of a human boy
and bring him up as their second son. In the Little household, Stuart
wins over George - the son of the couple. But when the machinations of
the family cat Snowbell lead to Stuart getting kidnapped and his life
being risked, can the Littles bring their little member back? "Stuart
Little" combines live-action and computer animation and is based on the
novel of the same name by E.B. White. The Incredibles
Director: Brad Bird and Bill Wise. Genre: Comedy Release Year: 2004 Starring: Craig T. Nelson, Holly Hunter, Sarah Vowell, Spencer
Fox and others.
After one of his missions goes wrong and the government orders
superheroes to live a normal life, Robert Parr (Craig T. Nelson), who
formerly went under the superhero alias "Mr. Incredible", starts working
in an insurance company. But boredom makes him secretly do some
crime-fighting which gets involved all members of the Parr family, each
of whom have superpowers. This hit animation film is a funny take on
superheroes and makes for a delightful Parent's Day watch.