If you're looking for Easter movies to watch with your kids during the holiday break, check out these Easter movies for families that everyone is sure to enjoy.
It doesn't get more classic than a Peanuts movie, and this one is great for the whole family - we're betting you'll feel a little nostalgic when you watch it with your kiddos. In this 30-minute movie, you'll see Linus, Lucy, Snoopy, Woodstock, and the whole gang get up to their usual antics, this time with an Easter twist!
Who wouldn't love a movie starring a lovable yellow labrador? In this Easter movie, Zeus, the family dog, misses the family vacation and checks in to doggy daycare. Zeus and his furry friends save the day (with some Easter egg-inspired ammo) when a break-in ensues.
From the creators of Despicable Me, this is one of the best Easter movies for families. It uses a mix of animation and live actors to follow the Easter Bunny's teenage son, E.B., who isn't interested in following in his father's footsteps. Instead, he wants to be a rock star in Hollywood!
If you love classic films (or musicals!), watch this Easter movie, starring Judy Garland and Fred Astaire, with your kiddos. They're sure to love the singing and dancing numbers, while you'll appreciate a trip back in time.
If you have older kids (it's rated PG-13) and are looking for an Easter Sunday movie, this film tells the biblical story of Noah's Ark. As an added bonus, this movie stars some A-list actors, including Emma Watson, Russell Crowe, Anthony Hopkins, and Jennifer Connelly.
Peter Rabbit might not strictly be an Easter movie, but it stars a cute bunny rabbit... so we think it's worth a watch during the holiday! In this 2018 re-make, Peter Rabbit is voiced by James Cordon, and Margot Robbie voices for Flopsy Rabbit.
Keep the Beatrix Potter movie marathon going with this biographical drama about the creator of Peter Rabbit. This star-studded film features Renee Zellwegger and Ewan McGregor, and will give your kiddos a behind-the-scenes look at the life of this beloved children's author.
If you're a family of Wallace and Gromit fans, add this Easter movie to your watch queue. In this claymation movie, you'll see Wallace and his dog, Gromit, save the town from a rabbit infestation.