Easter Films to Watch this Easter

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Now I have gotten the madness that was Olivia’s 10th birthday out of the way I am heading smack bang into Easter, I have been fully prepared for this don’t worry, I think? Possibly not knowing me but somethings I do know like Olivia having a few extra days off school and Easter is a chocoholics dream, bring it on and you know when is a good time to eat chocolate, when you are watching a film. I have a pretty old TV but how good would it be to watch on a Panasonic 4K TV sure it’s in one of my wishlist posts to get a new one?

I have to be honest though, even though I have films I love to watch at Christmas, I very rarely watch specific Easter themed films but this year I think I may actually watch a few with Olivia when I’m not in work! I’m in Easter Sunday, booo and Olivia is actually at a wedding would you believe so we will be having our Easter on Monday! We will be putting our feet up, eating our eggs and cracking on (geddit!) with watching some Easter themed films. I headed to a few sites to compile a list of some Easter films to watch this Easter with Olivia.

She is getting older now so isn’t always into the cartoon type films but she can be persuaded if her cousins are watching them too, ohhh that’s an idea. Get em all round, bring their Easter eggs………….. just kidding I’m not that mean 😉 Let’s have a little look at some of the Easter themed film offerings out there shall we. These are the five that sorry we are choosing to watch this Easter.

Hop.

In this 2001 Easter themed film, the Easter Bunny’s son decides against following in this fathers footsteps and hop foots it to Hollywood where is determined to become a rock star. LA sees him almost get run over by an out work slacker called Fred with whom he becomes good friends with and help each other reach their goals

I may of possibly seen bits of this but definitely need to watch it all the way through I think.

Bugs Bunnys Easter Funnies.

Who doesn’t love a bit of Bugs Bunny?

This was released in 2010 and see Bugs helping Granny out who is doing a favour for the Easter Bunny as he is sick. Featuring Daffy Duck and Sylvester the Cat amongst others whilst Bugs is finishing work before helping out Granny.

I know my niece would love this she is a big Looney Tunes fan!

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Miracles from Heaven.

This is a new Easter Themed movies for families. Miracles from Heaven is an incredible true story of 10 year old Anna who is seriously ill and is miraculously cured after experiencing a serious accident. 

This absolutely sounds like Olivia’s kind of film, she loves films with kids in her own age they seem to capture her attention more somehow so this will top of the list for us!

It’s the Easter Beagle, Charlie Brown 

In this 2008 film Peppermint Patty wants to demonstrate the art of Easter egg dyeing to her friend Marcie. Linus has turned his faith from the Great Pumpkin to the Easter Beagle, who he promises will make Easter special for all of them. And Lucy believes this holiday should be about “getting,” a misunderstanding reinforced by scenes set in department stores already for the Christmas.

What with the new Charlie Brown film out this one is a must watch really isn’t it!

 

The Good Dinosaur.

The Pixar movie about an evolved Apatosaurus and hi neanderthal pal Scot!

This is on Buy and Keep on Sky Movies Store so I might just treat us to some popcorn, and rent this one out. Olivia has seen it but I haven’t apparently it is a weepy so tissues will be at the ready!

Are you planning on watching any Easter films this year? What ones would you recommend for us to watch and will you be picking any of our choices too?

*This is a collaborative post

 

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  1. I love Easter for catching up with family films! There’s always a good selection on TV too. I still need to see The Good Dinosaur, and I know my little nephew would love it 🙂 x