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5 Movies to Watch this Father’s Day

5 Movies to Watch this Father’s Day

With Father’s Day right around the corner, everyone must be busy looking for a way to make this day special for the best man in your life.

 

While some like to kick it outdoors and go someplace for fancy eating or sightseeing, there are some homebodies like me who would rather stay at home, cook my dad’s favorite sandwiches, download a movie, and enjoy the whole day with my father chilling and talking.

 

And trust me all your old man needs from you is love, care, and a little bit of attention. He would prefer spending the whole day with his lad in his home watching a movie rather than going out for some happening stuff that’s not so happening for your old man.

 

If you’re a homebody like me and look forward to spending a home-based banging father’s day with your old man then we have 5 ways to make your day more fun and happening.

 

Here’s our carefully chosen list of 05 super movies that you need to watch this Father’s day:

 

The Pursuit of Happyness

The Pursuit of Happyness

The Best Movie Ever. Period.

Those who have watched this roller coaster of drama and emotions would agree in a heartbeat.

It beautifully depicts a real-life scenario where father “Will Smith” who’s struggling with his professional life and badly trying to make ends meet for his dear son “Jaden Smith” until things finally turn around in his favor as a result of his non-stop hard work and determination.

 

The Lion King

The Lion King 

Men never get old.

Ain’t that the truth?

I bet you may not remember much from your childhood but the animated movies and cartoons you grew up watching are still fresh as memories in your subconscious.

The Lion King is one classic movie that we all grew up watching and would still cry on the scene where Scar kills Mufasa. I still hopelessly watch the movie hoping that Mufasa would do a reverse swing and kill Scar instead.

 

Finding Nemo

Finding Nemo

Dads are the best whether they are humans, animals, birds, or even fishes.

Finding Nemo is a beautiful story of a clown fish who loses his son to humans on a speedboat and travels all across the ocean to retrieve him, beating all odds.

 

Big Daddy

Big Daddy 

The king of freestyle and hipster comedy Adam Sandler has produced a masterpiece of a movie released in 1999 where he finally has to let go of his carefree and irresponsible life.

In order to prove how responsible he is with his girlfriend who dumped him, he adopts a cute 5-year-old kid. And the rest is in the movie.

 

Fathers and Daughters

Fathers and Daughters 

This movie released not so long ago in 2015 but it most certainly deserves to be on our hit list.

Russel Crowe being a famous writer struggles with losing his wife and a mental breakdown while 27 years later his grown daughter grapples to make connections of her own.

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