The 10 best kids' movies on Netflix and Download
Most kids still can't go to school for the Covid-19. Instead they have to stay at home and study at home as well. Happy movie time is a wonderful way to spend family time. In the following we collect and lists the top 10 best kids' movies currently available on Netflix. You may get some ideas.
1. Despicable Me (2010)
Also known as the movie that gave us minions, Despicable Me is the story of Gru (Steve Carell), a grumpy super villain who adopts three little girls that inevitably thaw his cold, dead heart. Come for the minions, stay for the unexpectedly heartwarming arc of what could have been an irredeemable baddie.
2. Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory (1971)
Though undeniably loaded with dense moral lessons about greed and selfishness, Mel Stuart's take on the beloved Roald Dahl novel is a treat for kids because of Wonka's magical world. Gene Wilder's chocolate mogul remains a sinister enigma in a purple top hat, but even his silent judgment can't diminish the wonder of a chocolate river, fizzy lifting drinks, and golden geese. And yes, nothing shines like a good deed in a weary world.
3. Incredibles 2 (2018)
We tried to keep this list mostly free of sequels and titles that will inevitably leave Netflix for Disney+, but Incredibles 2 gets to be the exception on both counts because quite frankly it's just too good. Released nearly 15 years after The Incredibles and a decade into Marvel's superhero reign, Incredibles 2 is a visual masterpiece unencumbered by pesky live-action roadblocks like realism and "actors." It's a strong case for animation as the superhero genre's natural home, and pairs great with...
4. Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse (2018)
Sony's standalone Spider-Man animation bonanza was better than it had any right to be, and was quickly hailed as one of the best superhero movies ever made. Miles Morales (Shameik Moore) finds himself unexpectedly tasked with being Spider-Man and protecting New York City, a job more than slightly complicated by a rift in the space-time continuum that sees him visited by Spider-heroes from other worlds (including the voice talents of Jake Johnson, Lily Tomlin, John Mulaney, and more).
Not only does the movie tell a tight and enjoyable story, but it does so with dazzling effects that simultaneously elevate the story, the genre(s), and cinema at large. That's a lot to accomplish for a kid in a mask, but that's the stuff heroes are made of.
5. Richie Rich (1994)
Richard "Richie" Rich Jr. might be the wealthiest kid in the world, but like any inordinately rich person finds his life empty in other, critical areas. When Richie's parents are allegedly killed in a plane crash, it's to the young heir to stop their company's slimy C.F.O. from stealing the Rich family fortune - and he might just make some friends while he's at it.
6. Klaus (2019)
It might be a Christmas movie, but Netflix's own original about a spoiled postman-in-training Jesper (Jason Schwartzman) who happens upon an old toymaker is a lovely and rewatchable film year-round. He becomes the go between for the toymaker, Klaus (J.K. Simmons) and the local children who write him letters hoping for toys. The story spins out to become the origin of Santa Claus and a humbling journey for Jesper.
7. Corpse Bride (2005)
When Victor Van Dort (Johnny Depp) gets cold feet about his arranged marriage, he runs into the woods and ends up on an adventure in the Land of the Dead, where Elena (Helena Bonham Carter) has anointed herself his beloved. Desperate to return to his own plane of existence and living fiancee who now seems lovely, Victor ends up lying to Elena, in poor favor with his own family and friends, and on the verge of joining the dead permanently because of his own jealous, deceit, disappointment, and confusion. It's perfect for kids who are just old enough to spurn a G rating but not ready for some of Tim Burton's gorier movie fare.
8. The Grinch (2018)
The 2018 animated take on the grumpy green guy who tries to steal Christmas is hardly the first take on its story, but no other film adaptation has Benedict Cumberbatch as the growling voice behind the Grinch (no disrespect to Jim Carrey, whose live-action version is also available on the streamer). While he plots to steal Christmas from the local town of Whoville, the Grinch encounters a little girl who could thaw his cold heart for good.
9. Hugo (2011)
Hugo Cabret (Sex Education's Asa Butterfield, but your kids don't know that!) lives alone in a Paris train station, trying to understand mysteries left behind by his late father (Jude Law), including a robot that can write with a pen. Hugo befriends Isabelle in a shared thirst for adventure which takes them through her godfather's past and love for film - slowly but surely piecing together what connects them all to each other. Nothing like getting the youngins hooked on Martin Scorsese!
10. The Cat in the Hat (2003)
Mike Myers' 2003 turn as the eponymous feline in headgear holds up surprisingly well for kids in 2020 (unfortunately for adults, there may be some triggers of 2019's Cats). The chaotic cat visits Sally and Conrad Walden (Dakota Fanning and Spencer Breslin), making a massive mess in their house and eventually locking them up (the Cat is by no means a moral compass). Parents will feel seen in Myer's winking delivery and kids won't quickly tire of the Cat's endless hijinx.
Download Kids' Movies in MP4
All the above kids' movies you can watch on Netflix. Some movies you can also download them in MP4 format so as to play anythere. In the following, we will show you how to use Kigo Netflix Video Downloader to download Klaus as MP4 video.
Netflix Video Downloader
- Support Downloading movies, tv shows and original series.
- Select the audio tracks and subtitles to download.
- Save subtitles as independent files.
- Download up to 1080p HD videos.
- Fast speed and easy to operate.
Step 1 Install and run the latest version of Netflix Downloader.
Step 2 Input the kid's movie name "Klaus" and search it.
Tips: If you don't use Kigo Netflix Downloader ever, you need to login with your Netflix account to continue downloading.
Step 3 Select audio track and subtitle.
From version 1.2.0, users can select one, some or the whole audio tracks and subtitles to download.
You can also select the subtitle files, and you can save the subtitle files as the single files.
Step 4 Start downloading to MP4.
After you finish the above settings, click "Download" button to start downloading.
Netflix provides various movies for users, including kinds of kids' movies. You can also try to download and save these Kids' movies to MP4 format from Netflix.