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5 family movies that feel good

Director: Chiwetel Ejiofor

Players: Maxwell Simba As Chiwetel Ejiofor


The boy who reined in the Wind, who tells a true life story, is inspired by the science book of 13-year-old William Kamkwamba (Maxwell Simba) to build a wind turbine to save the village he lives in from famine. You can watch this movie that will warm you up on Netflix.

Director: John Lee

Players: Paul Reubens, Joe Manganiello, Jessica Pohly

IMdb: 6,1

Pee-Wee (Pau Reubens), who thinks it's time to get rid of his everyday habits and live life, also invites the viewer on his adventurous journey. Although the pace is low in places, Pee-Wee's magnificent holiday promises family-sized entertainment to the viewer. You can watch the movie on Netflix about Pee-Wee coming across a mysterious stranger (Joe Manganiello) and showing him the way to his fate.

Director: Gore Verbinski

Cast (Voiced By): Johnny Depp, Isla Fisher, Abigail Breslin


You like Western movies, but your parents find it boring? With the animated film Rango, which makes Western fun, you can ask your family to give this genre a chance again! Rango (Johnny Depp), who falls from his owner's car, takes his breath in a town called Dirt. You can watch Rango adapt to the townspeople and the story of being elected sheriff of the town via Amazon Prime Video.

Director: Bert & Bertie

Players: Viola Davis, Mckenna Grace, Jim Gaffigan

IMDb: 6,9

Set in 1977, the film tells the story of a young girl whose only dream is to go into space. Christmas Flint (Mckenna Grace) finds out that NASA is holding an award-winning contest to go to space, and he sets out to do everything he can, and a story unfolds at a very funny and funny pace. You can watch Troop Zero via Amazon Prime Video.

Director: Fatih Akin

Players: Tristan Göbel, Aniya Wendel, Justina Humpf, Paul Busche


Adapted from German author Wolfgang Hernndofs ' novel published in 30 countries and selling more than 2 million copies, Goodbye Berlin tells the adventurous story of Maik (Tristan Göbbel), who grew up in a rich but not very strong family. Maik's mother, who dreams of going on vacation with her family, is admitted to a rehabilitation center, and Maik, who is left alone at home as a result of her father's disappearance, citing a business excuse, begins to spend his time resting at home. One day, when a school friend comes to the door in his car, they decide to leave Berlin and go on an adventure. You can watch Goodbye Berlin, signed by Master Director Fatih Akin, on BluTV.

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