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Father's Day Movies to Watch with Your Daddy
It is father’s day today and even though we don’t really need a particular day to let the most special man in our lives know what we feel for him, it is always a good idea to remind him what he means to us. We’ve already shared lots of gifting ideas for ‘Father’s day’, so we thought we’ll also help you pick a movie for today. In case you ‘re planning to sit home and chill with your big man, these bonding movies will help:
1. World’s Greatest Dad
This one is a black comedy but still a must watch. A dad and a high school teacher who has always craved for fame and success with his writing finally starts getting it when he actually fake a suicide note for his dead. This has Robin Williams so that is a fairly good reason to watch.
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2. Finding Nemo
This movie has made so many people cry and maybe you’d be one of them too , but it gives a beautiful message around father-son bonding. When Marlin’s son Nemo is caught, the dad takes a journey of struggle and hardships to find his little son. Just like how our dads are always looking out for us.
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3. Lion King
Disney movies know how to show emotions like no one else! A son avenging the death of his father, sounds like a Bollywood movie right? But the feels you’ll get when you see Simba and Mufasa is something you need to experience. Also, a few tissue papers should be handy please!
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4. Father Of The Bride
This classic Spencer Tracy comedy will fill your dad’s heart with a lot of emotions. The story is very basic yet deep. A possessive father loses his shit when his daughter announces that she is all set to get married. All fathers can relate to this.
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5. Daddy Day Care
Two men start a day care centre after losing their job and what was supposed to be a mere back up plan turns out to be a wonderful business idea for them. It is about two stay –at home dads and what their emotional process looks like.
6. Pretty In Pink
This is a story that is relatable to literally all of us. Annie is a young girl who is treated as an outcast in her social circle due to her financial background. While Annie tries to deal with rich boys around her, it is only her own father who makes her realise how she needs no one else to tell her what she is.
7. The Godfather
This is based on Mario Puzo’s famous novel and is a classic movie as well. The focus is on the Italian mafia family where the father handles the crime business to his youngest son. It deals with a father-son relationship at a deeper level in the sense that no matter what the nature of work is, a father’s heart is the same.