10 Best kids movies to watch from now to Christmas!

With September holidays around the corner and then the year end break, there will be lots to do with the kids. We bring you 10 best kids movies coming to a cinema near you. Grab the popcorn and take a seat!

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The next few months promise to be full of exciting trips to the cinema as you check out the best kids movies. (Image credit: Top left: , bottom right: Pan Facebook)

The September holidays are right around the corner, and there are some terrific films hitting the cinemas! The lineup easily includes some of the best kids movies, but you know what — we have no doubt that you’ll be as enthralled as them.

We have sifted through all the offerings to find out the very best kids movies for the perfect family outing to the cinema over the next few months.

1. Inside Out

This Disney Pixar movie has already wowed the critics and audiences who are all hailing it as the best kids movie on emotions ever! This animated film tells the story of 11-year old hockey-playing girl, Riley whose world is turned upside down when she moves from midwestern America to San Francisco with her parents.

Take your little ones to watch how her emotions — Joy, Anger, Disgust, Sadness and Fear — try to guide her through her roller coaster life. It’s a touching tale about how emotions help a child navigate his or her world. The best part of this movie? It tells us that it’s okay to be sad sometimes.

Which Inside Out character are you? Take this quiz now to find out!

Opens 27 August 2015
Rating: PG

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2. Molly Moon and the Incredible Book of Hypnotism

If it’s a heartwarming adventure that you’re after, then Molly Moon and the Incredible Book of Hypnotism is the right film for you to watch. This big screen adaptation of Georgia Byng’s best-selling Molly Moon series, tells the story of a plucky London orphan who gets more than she bargained for when she uses her hypnotic skills to outwit her mean headmistress. While her incredible book might have made her rich and famous, it has also made her the target of a robber who wants to steal the book away. Follow her adventures in this beautifully told tale.

Opens 3 September 2015
Rating: PG

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3. The Maze Runners: Scorch Trials

Did you enjoy the Maze Runner as much as your teenager did? Then this next chapter of the epic “Maze Runner” saga is not to be missed! In this edition, Thomas and his fellow Gladers face their greatest challenge yet. In their quest to take down the mysterious and powerful organisation WCKD, they find themselves in Scorch, a desolate landscape filled with unimaginable obstacles. You will have to watch this 20th century Fox film to find out whether the Gladers succeed in taking down WCKD’s vastly superior forces.

Opens 10 September 2015
Rating: PG-13

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4. Hotel Transylvania 2

Sony Pictures is back with Dracula! This time, Dracula is secretly worried that his half human, half vampire grandson isn’t showing his vampire side. So what does he do? Put him in a “monsters-in-training’ boot camp, of course. However, he’s in for a surprise when his own grumpy and very old, old-school dad, Vlad pays a family visit to the hotel. When Vlad finds out that his great-grandson is not a pure blood – and humans are now welcome at Hotel Transylvania – Dracula’s plans go flying out of the window – coffins and all!

There is no way that the tots won’t love this comedy of errors!

Opens 24 September 2015
Rating: PG

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5. Pan

Hands up if you love Peter Pan! There is no one – adult or child – who is not a little bit in love with Peter Pan. Watch his story come alive in this wonderful retelling of the orphan who is spirited away to the magical Neverland. There, he finds both fun and dangers, and ultimately discovers his destiny — to become the hero who will forever be known as Peter Pan.

Opens 8 October 2015
Rating: Not rated

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Head on over to the next page to find out five more kids movies that’s in store for you before the year end.

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From good old animated fun to inter galactic adventures, there is a whole load of cinematic fun ahead. (Image credit: Top left onwards: , , The Good Dinosaur Facebook, Star Wars Episode 7 – The Force Awakens Facebook

 6. The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2

Have your pre-teens been swept into the “Katniss Fever”? Then they will want to see the second instalment of the Mockingjay. It’s now time for an all-out revolution which could easily determine the future of millions. Join Katniss Everdeen as she teams up with her closest friends such as Peeta, Gale and Finnick in a mission that goes beyond survival. Together, they leave District 13 to liberate the citizens of war-torn Panem and assassinate President Snow, who’s obsessed with destroying Katniss. What lies ahead is the ultimate mission — the fight against the autocratic Capitol.

Opens 19 November 2015
Rating: PG-13

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7. Jem and the Holograms

Not in the mood for action and adventure anymore? Then you and your little girls will want to watch Jem and the Holograms. Based on the iconic animated TV series, the film follows four musician sisters on their journey from underground music sensation to global superstars.

Opens 26 November 2015
Rating: PG

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8. The Good Dinosaur

Another Disney Pixar offering, this is a tale of an unlikely friendship between a young Apatosaurus named Arlo and a human boy. The Good Dinosaur begins with an asteroid that crashed into earth and led to the extinction of dinosaurs… or is it? In a world still inhabited by these mega creatures, this is the story of little Arlo’s coming of age. Accompany Arlo as he travels through a harsh and mysterious landscape, and learns the power of confronting his fears to discover what he’s truly capable of.

There is no way that you and your one will not fall head over heels for this adorable green fella!

Opens 26 November 2015
Rating: PG

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9. The Peanuts Movie

One word: Classic! That is what this movie is, and we can say that even before we’ve seen it. Mums and dads, you know what this movie lets you do — it let’s you relive your childhood with your kids! Take them to watch your favourite childhood comic characters. Follow Snoopy as he set sail on his greatest mission yet — to pursue the gang’s arch-nemesis, while Charlie Brown starts his own epic quest back home.

Opens 10 December 2015
Rating: G

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10. Star Wars: The Force Awakens VII

This one is actually for you mums and dads. This is totally your chance to convert your little ones into sworn Warsies. Come December and the force will be with you! Set thirty years after Star Wars: Episode IV – Return of the Jedi, the saga continues with Luke Skywalker aiming to restore the Jedi Order while Leia and Han Solo work with the New Republic against the remnants of the Galactic Empire and a new potential threat.

Opens 17 December 2015
Rating: PG-13

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