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50+ Great Family Friendly Movies for Valentine’s Day

Today’s post is just that, a list of movies. However, it is a list of family friendly movies you can watch with everyone for Valentine’s Day. So keep this list handy, get your hot chocolate and popcorn ready, and settle in comfortably for a wonderful Valentine’s family movie night. From Winnie the Pooh and Disney classics to movies older teens will enjoy; from G-rated to PG-13, from adorably sweet to tugging at heartstrings, this list has it all.

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50+ Great Family Friendly Movies for Valentine’s Day

MovieRatingCommon Sense saysWhat it isWhere can you watch it
10 Things I Hate About You (1999)PG-1314+Shakespeare rewritten for the teen; I loved it (though I was an adult when I first saw it) as did my now 16 yo.Disney+
The African Queen (1952)NR10+I watched it years ago and will gladly watch it again with my teens anydayAmazon
Aladdin (1992)G6+A whole new magical world on a carpet indeedDisney+
Anastasia (1997)G6+Missing princesses, scheming conmen, and a evil mystic..Disney+
Be My Valentine, Charlie Brown (1975)G3+A classic favorite that is sure to never go out of style. Everyone’s favorite Valentine!Apple TV+
Beauty and the Beast (1991 and 2017)G/PG6+/8+I loved both the animated and real-life versions of this movie; and Belle is one of my favorite heroines! She loves books after all.Disney+
Casablanca (1942)PG10+“Here’s looking at you, kid.”says Rick, and here’s looking at this forever classic with my kids sometime soonAmazon
Cinderella (1950)G5+Has inspired so many remakes that I can’t keep count anymore!Disney+
A Cinderella Story (2004)PG7+We all loved this version of A Cinderella Story the best; and have watched it a couple (well, more than) of times.Amazon
Clueless (1995)PG-1313+Jane Austen’s Emma remade into this charming, sweet, completely watchable multiple times movie. (TBH, I watch it still for Paul Rudd!)Amazon and Hulu
Dave (1993)PG-1312+This movie’s tagline says it all (in a heart-warming, wonderful way though): In a country where anybody can become President, anybody just did. We recently watched it (once again for us adults while our teens watched it for the first time) and loved it all over again.Amazon
Ella Enchanted (2004)PG8+Read the book, watch the movie, and prepare to be enchanted either way or both ways…Amazon and Hulu
Emma (1996 and 2020 movies, 2009 TV series)PG10+ and 12+, 8+I have watched all of these, and watched both movie versions with my teens (they loved both adaptations too), and I know I wouldn’t mind watching these again. Austen magic on screen!Amazon
Enchanted (2007)PG6+A family favorite that my older teens still don’t mind watching (in fact, we just did watch it again over the holidays)Disney+ and Amazon
Father of the Bride (1991)PG11+A movie filled with the sweetest, tender, and weepy moments..Amazon
Fault in Our Stars (2014)PG-1314+Get ready to shed tears, have a box of tissues handy..for as the tagline says, this is One sick love story. This is one of those rarities where the movie comes close to the book it is based on!Disney+ and Amazon
Frozen (2013)PG5+Need I say anything more than the name…Disney+
Gnomeo and Juliet (2011)G5+An adorable, cute, and fun twist on Shakespeare’s tragic love story.Disney+ and Amazon
Gone With the Wind (1939)G10+The first time I watched this movie, I had the novel open as well, and tried to skim through the pages to follow along!! Now, I just want to watch it with my family (though I might read the book before watching it again). While the themes of this movie along with its setting make it dated, it is still a worthwhile watch for its epic everythingAmazon
The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society (2018)PG-1312+Love this book-to-movie adaptation…Netflix
High School Musical (2006)G8+Tween-perfect and foot-tapping sweetness!Disney+ and Amazon
It Happened One Night (1934)NR10+A classic rom-com that will not disappointAmazon
La La Land (2016)PG-1313+What can I say about this movie? Well, watch it if you haven’t yet, or even if you have!Amazon and Hulu
Lady and the Tramp (1955)G5+These two adorable protagonists tramp their way into hearts effortlessly!Disney+
Legally Blonde (2001)PG-1312+We have watched this one (and its sequel as well) a few times over and loved it each time. Enjoying this feel-good romance never goes out of style!Amazon
The Little Mermaid (1989)G5+Of course, a must watch.Disney+
Little Women (so many versions – 1949, 1994, 2017 TV series, 2019)PG11+Each version unfailingly tugs at heartstrings, and makes you fall in love with Meg, Jo, Amy, Beth, Laurie, Marmee, and well, everyone else once againAmazon, Netflix, others
Mamma Mia (2008)PG-1313+Foot-tapping romatic comedy to watch with older teensAmazon and Hulu
My Fair Lady (1964)G6+A family favorite across generations, this one is for watching many times overVudu
My Girl (1991)PG11+Keep your tissues handy for this moving movieAmazon
Never Been Kissed (1999)PG-1313+Endearing, sweet, romantic watchDisney+
The Parent Trap (1961 and 1998)G and PG6+Watch either version and prepare yourself to be charmed (tbh, I prefer the newer version here)Disney+ (the 1998 version)
The Philadelphia Story (1940)NR11+It is time to watch this movie all over again, this time with the familyAmazon
Pride and Prejudice (2005)PG11+This adaptation of Jane Austen’s most popular novel simply dazzles with its acting, brilliance, and its cast!Amazon
The Princess and the Frog (2009)G6+A twist on the familiar, in so many ways, this princess movie is sure to endear itself to anyone who watches it.Disney+
The Princess Bride (1987)PG8+A movie that makes it on so many must-watch lists, and well deserving of that too. A fairy tale come true on screen!Disney+
The Princess Diaries (2001)G8+Sweet coming-of-age tale with a royal twistDisney+
Roman Holiday (1953)PG9+The original Princess Diaries, in my opinion!! And the cast, oh my! And this alliterative tagline: Romance in romantic Rome!Amazon
Sabrina (1954 and 1995)PG11+I think I loved the older version a tad more, but cannot complain about the newer adaptation of this movie too. You can watch either one and be left with a feeling of having watched a perfect romantic movieNetflix
Sense and Sensibility (1995)PG11+Jane Austen, if she lived today, would surely be one of those authors all of whose novels are being made into movies.. A mega-best-seller of sorts! But back to the movie, it is charming and such a beautiful watchAmazon and Tubi TV
Serendipity (2001)PG-1313+This movie has the most delightful taglines, like this one – Destiny … With A Sense Of Humor.. And I have to say that the movie is equally delightful. That the title happens to be one of my favorite words has no bearing on how much I enjoyed this!Amazon
The Shop Around the Corner (1940)NRnaThe precursor to You’ve Got Mail, this movie is a must watch, for its cast, its storytelling, and well, simply because. We watched it together at the historic and beautiful Stanford Theatre in Palo Alto, California, and that made this all the more special!Amazon
Shrek (2001)PG6+Who says ogres are not lovable? or donkeys too, for that matter?Amazon and Hulu
Sixteen Candles (1984)PG16+Not sure if this one meets its PG rating, but it definitely is one to watch with older teens.Amazon and Hulu
Sleepless in Seattle (1993)PG11+Full of iconic as well as tender scenes, this movie is one for the agesAmazon
The Sound of Music (1969)G6+Classic, everlasting, heartwarming, and as its tagline says, …the more you see it, the more it becomes one of your favorite things!Amazon and Disney+
Tangled (2010)PG5+You are sure to get all tangled up in a riot of wonderful emotions as you watch this movie. I recall watching this one in the theaters, and it was a magical experience.Disney+
Trolls (2016)PG6+Get ready to smile, LOL, and yes, dance as this movie takes viewers into the most delightful world, aka, your happy place!!Amazon
Tuck Everlasting (2002)PG10+A wonderful book-to-movie adaptation. I watched the newer version and totally loved it (though I am guessing the older version is a good watch too)Amazon and Disney+
Up (2009)PG6+Be ready for sweetness and tugging-at-heart strings scenes (if you are among those that haven’t seen this must-watch yet)Disney+
Valentine’s Day (2010)PG-1315+This movie does have a few scenes which might make for awkward watching in a family setting, so ensure you are fine with it before settling it. But, it has a strong cast, a look at love from so many different angles, and a twist on a day in the life…Amazon
A Walk to Remember (2002)PG-1311+I watched this movie all by myself a few years ago and now am ready to repeat the experience with my family.Amazon and Tubi TV
WALL-E (2008)G5+Who can avoid falling in love with Wall-E? I know it was love at first sight for all of us… and then we had to watch it all over again (A few times)Disney+
While You Were Sleeping (1995)PG11+Again, its tagline sums it up perfectly: A story about love at second sight! And then again, I know I can watch Bill Pullman’s character figuring out whether or not to love Sandra Bullock’s character in this movie. Yet to watch with my teens but maybe this Valentine’sDisney+
Winnie the Pooh: A Valentine For You (1995)G3+I saw this when my teens were toddlers and of course, we adored it..Amazon
You’ve Got Mail (1998)PG10+Do we watch it for Ryan and Hanks? Or do we watch it for its sweetness from end to end, and for today’s teens. a charming look at that first version of email đŸ™‚Amazon

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50+ Great Family Friendly Movies for Valentine's Day

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Dear reader, I am sure you have watched many of these movies? Which of them are your favorites? Which ones are you yet to watch? Will you be watching any of them over Valentine’s Day? And if you have any other movies to add to this list, do let me know!

2 thoughts on “50+ Great Family Friendly Movies for Valentine’s Day

  1. Oh wow. I’m drooling down the list and thinking, ‘I’ve seen that’ and ‘omg, I remember that. đŸ˜†. A Cinderella story was my favourite. I was a teenager when some of the movies were out. Brilliant list. Thank you.

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