December 27, 2019-
Life is complicated and when it comes to family relations things aren’t any better. We all wish that we could understand our parents or children better. We all wish that there was some guide that could help us solve out the confusion between our family. Lucky for us, there are many movies that do the same wonders. To help you even further we have carefully picked out 7 movies that every parent should watch to understand their kids better.
So, gather your loved ones and start watching these miracles in motion. They are sure to change your perspective and leave a smile on your face.
Good Will Hunting (1997)
Will Hunting has a genius-level IQ. Yet he is working as a janitor at MIT. But, when he solves a difficult graduate-level math problem, Professor Gerald Lambeau realizes his talents and decides to help him reach his potential. Watch this movie to be truly inspired and live your life to your maximum.
Little Miss Sunshine (2006)
We all need more of Olive’s confidence. She is chubby, bespectacled and fabulous. there may be moments when she might doubt it. But she knows that there is no one actually like her.
Easy A (2010)
Olive is an average high school student. She leads a below-the-radar existence. However, things change drastically for her over one night. She uses the school’s gossip grapevine to become popular among other students. Unfortunately, things go out control and all her classmates are turning against her. Will she be able to turn things around before landing in some more trouble? Or is everything lost forever?
Miguel family has a generations-old ban on music. But, that doesn’t stop Miguel from dreaming to become an accomplished musician like his idol, Ernesto de la Cruz. Now, to prove his talent and to unlock the real story behind his family history, Miguel must go through an adventurous journey through the stunning and colorful Land of the Dead.
Wonder tells the story of a young kid named August Pullman. He has some facial differences and that puts him at the center of many insecurities. Not to mention the many bullies who are trying to make fun of him. Despite all the hurdles, he finally decides to face the music by entering fifth grade for the first time in a mainstream elementary school.