Fantastic Movies For Younger Viewers

As we know the Coronavirus pandemic has affected every part of modern-day life from work, education and of course our freedom which we all take for granted. Children and teenagers have had their education postponed with many classes taking to the online format but still don’t have that classroom to take advantage of to reach the best they can in their education. However, many much younger viewers out there are still stuck out home possibly without a return date for school or foundation here in the UK. So until we return to normal here we have gathered some of the best movies for the much younger viewers out there which we believe they will enjoy.

The LEGO Ninjago Movie

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One of the most popular LEGO franchises has took to the big screen for a whole new take on the Ninajgo universe as we know it. The story about Kai, Jay, Cole, Zane and Llyod who have been trained by Master Wu to harness their elemental powers to defeat Lord Garmadon has been a huge childhood favourite of mine and even rewatch some of the seasons to this day. The movie is no exception and definitely worth the watch for any Ninjago fan out there no matter how they got into it. The movies take on the popular franchise is based off the classic TV animated but remastered it for the big screen with more realistic graphics and exceptional cinematography for a LEGO movie. If we’re talking about which LEGO movies are the most well made then this one is surely up there.



Dora and the Lost City of Gold

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The hit children’s TV show Dora the Explorer has hit the silver screen in an all new live action adventure with Dora and all your favourite characters. This remaster of an old classic has revived the franchise and given it a whole new take which looks fantastic to watch but for the die hard fans of the original TV show, it may take a while ajusting to the new live action look along with the new CGI created characters. However, what I really enjoyed to see which alot of fans may find nosatligic is that during one part of the film the movie turns animated giving it that original Dora animated look.




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Now how can we go throught this particular list without mentoning one of the most popular animated films of all time? The Frozen franchise started with its first movie introducing the characyers of Elsa, Anna, Kristoff and Olaf. The movie kicked off becomimg one of the most watching animated films of all tiem along with its original hit song “Let it Go”. Of course it hasn’t stopped there, since the frist instalment there has been numerous additions to the series including its spin-offs Frozen Fever and Olaf’s Frozen Adventure.




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A newly released film for this year giving the Scooby-Doo a well deserved remake. This film is taking the franchise back to its animated roots, where the series acts at its finest in my opinion. However, this time it has a more modern look to it using using the CGI technology we now have availbale to giove the famous seven an outstanding new look which will surely bring them into the modern day era of movies and hopefully act as a revival for the franchise. As well as that, we also explore a whole untold section of the universe in the film as well. The origins of Scooby and Shaggy.



The Lego Batman Movie

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Another LEGO film here on the list but to be honest, these do actually provide really enjoyable entertainment throughout with comedy froms start to finish. I do have to say though that in my opinion, The Lego Batman Movie and The LEGO Ninjago Movie are the only ones for me that have the best kind of comedy a LEGO movie can give us. The storyline focuses on how Batman met his famous sidekick Robin and Commisoner Gordon’s daughter Barbara to put an end to Joker’s plans which could have devastating consequences for Gotham city.




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