The films on this list of the best movies for girls have been ranked as the absolute best by the community, when it comes to movies that tweens will love to watch during sleepovers. These films feature strong female characters facing crisis, learning from their mistakes, and kicking butt.
This list ranks the best movies for girls, many of which have been top box office hits and have received awards. The best movies for girls often have a warm-hearted storyline, feature a romantic theme, or have an element of comedy. Great clean movies for girls span many genres, from comedy, to romance, to musicals, and dramas. If you're looking for a little more to watch, check out the best TV shows for young girls.
This list features the best girl movies of all time, which are good for teen and tween girls. Use this list if you are looking for popular girly movies for sleepovers or if you just want to keep your girl entertained throughout the day. Vote up the best movies for girls and vote down any you wouldn't show your own kids.
The '90s classic follows a group of young girls who want to turn their baby-sitting jobs into a legit summer camp, but there's a grumpy old neighbor who's determined not to let that happen. Along the way there are family issues, health scares and of course, crushes. Rated PG.
While there are some missteps in the teen movie genre every once in a while, there are just as many movies that are worth watching over and over again. These flicks are good as anything by John Hughes and bring something new to the coming-of-age table. Here are 10 great teen movies to watch if you love Mean Girls.
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Snowed in at The House of Mouse (1 hr 5 mins): When a huge snowstorm leaves everyone stranded, Mickey and all of his guests at The House of Mouse, including Pooh, Piglet, Belle, Snow White, Ariel and many more of his old and new friends, break out the cookies and hot chocolate to help Donald mend his tattered Christmas spirit. The fun starts when Minnie pulls out their favorite holiday home movies and everyone starts to reminisce. Their magical memories soon put everyone in the Christmas mood-even grumpy Donald, who ultimately becomes the star of the evening.
I just finished watching "White Christmas" again, and just noticed how young the girls are (at the very end of the movie) dancing en pointe. They are either very tiny or they are about 7 or 8? Granted they're just doing simple bouree, but still - isn't that awfully young? Oh - and remember this film was made in 1954.
Is "White Christmas" the movie with the "sisters" song in it? (You know, "Sisters, sisters, never were there such devoted sisters..."). If that's the one I'm thinking of, the girls at the end on pointe do seem incredibly young, even to be doing bourees.
D.E.B.S. stands for discipline, energy, beauty, and strength. D.E.B.S is a code name for a group of recruited schoolgirls (with very short skirts) who can become members of a secret government agency.
In this movie, there are a lot of places related to injustice, identity, and culture issues. For example, Jewish people are discriminated and biased to be very crafty and deceitful who deceive people most of time in order to survive in the tough life. It is a obvious stereotype to Jewish people because we can not only identify or judge someone based on what they are doing, but we need to connect their behavior with the background and their motivation. Facing the threaten of being killed, Jewish people struggles to survive so that they have to develop some strategy to increase the rate of living. In this movie, there was one picture showing that several Jewish people gather in a forest and waited to be shooted. They feel very feared but can do nothing. They wait to be killed. But at that time, a young Jewish man found that he exchange sandwich with another man and get a Iranian book. He started to pretend himself to be a Iranian and survive successfully.
This is one of those movies that inspires you and makes your soul feel lighter all at once. The movie follows a young girl from South Los Angeles named Akeelah (Keke Palmer) as she studies for a spelling bee with her mentor (Laurence Fishburn) and it's sweet and wonderful and makes you feel things. It's just infinitely worth a watch, okay?
Comments beneath scores of videos appear to show paedophiles sharing timestamps for parts of the videos where exposed genitals can be seen, or when a child does the splits or lifts up their top to show their nipples. Some of the children in the videos, most of whom are girls, appear to be as young as five. Many of the videos have hundreds of thousands, if not millions of views, with hundreds of comments.
On a clip of a very young girl with spinal muscular dystrophy lying on a swimming pool inflatable, users exchanged phone numbers with the promise of sharing more videos via WhatsApp. Similar conversations appear in the comments on a video of a pre-teen in a summer dress playing with a hoverboard.
The Hunger Games is one of the most popular teen movies of all time. Based on a book by Suzanne Collins, the story is set in the evil Capitol of a country called Panem, which was once the ruins of North America. Every year, young boys and girls from the 12 districts of Panem fight in the Hunger Games, a televised competition in which the contestants compete against death and one another until one survivor remains.
"I thought for a long time, we could never make this film. We couldn't cast it," Friedkin said. "We threw out a net for about 2,000 young girls. And we couldn't find anybody who could even handle the subject matter."
Teenagers listening to popular music during this time heard songs with voices that sounded like their own. They watched performers on stage who were their age. For American girls to see female groups was something new. "That really had never happened before and it really hasn't happened since," says Warwick. "We get young teenage girls at front and center in mainstream pop culture."Crossing Color Lines
That isn't to say teenagers weren't also listening to the original Little Richard. But in Motown, Berry Gordy knew he could achieve both the musical and social aspect of crossover with well-groomed, sweet young girls.
Avid Hallmark viewers know just how special Hallmark holiday movies and television shows are. Fans of the Hallmark movies love them because the stories always have just a little heaviness and a happy ending. These are the perfect movies to watch with your family and young girls and boys.
There is nothing more satisfying than settling in for a Hallmark movie night with your younger sister, and gingerbread cookies and some vegan eggnog. Add your favorite Hallmark movies from last year to your Christmas list!
Although brought up as Lockwood's granddaughter, Maisie's true origin was that of a genetic clone of Charlotte Lockwood, Sir Benjamin's daughter who was one of InGen's scientists and decided to fulfill her desires of motherhood by creating a duplicate of herself and carrying her to term. Charlotte also developed a treatment that would clean Maisie's DNA from a genetic disease that ended up killing Charlotte when her daughter was very young. It also turns out that Maisie's origins were the cause of the break-up between Benjamin, who took the fall for Charlotte in order to protect his daughter and granddaughter, and his partner John Hammond, who opposed human cloning.
All of the Marvel movies are rated PG-13, at least in the MCU, not counting films like Deadpool. So all Marvel movies will have some element that is technically not suitable for young children. That being said, some of them have less violence and more language, or less violence and more language, or some sexual content.
Thank you, Tania.I've been very worried at letting my kids watch without watching those movies myself, so it is really great to have this kind of information, especially from a mother. I really really appreciate it!! Please keep updates if you can!
Oh also I did see that you said all Marvel movies were rated PG13 but I but I would like to remind you that before Disney bought them which was very recent in terms of How long Marvel Comics has been around, but they do have over 10 movies with Marvel protagonists. I will say for kids 12 or younger (prefer childs mental maturity over number personality so up to parent to decide) anything on Disney's streaming service Disney+ is going to get my kid friendly stamp of approval. Deadpool 3 has been decided to go R obviously but it and anything else over PG-13 will not be on Disney+
Um not sure you didn't mention Deadpool 1 or 2 but by far are most non-kid friendly. I'm going to assume you don't bother because of the R rating. I would agree it should definitely be R rated. Even an MA to XXX could be given if it had imanges and sceens with examples, akin to Seth McFarland's Family Guy, Of the mass amount of sexual innuendos but not even close To the actual sexual references along with the extreme causal use of both four letter words and so many terms that a kid shouldn't know and NEVER EVER search internet for the love of all that's holy lol! Anyway it was the only Superhero (Anti-Hero who acquires "superpowers") my dad likes and loves, 1st one was better and it's my favorite also but I'm 35 year old male into online gaming and using a headset to talk to or *AT the most toxic, racist,cussing,and more than you really could imagine has given me almost my own superpower of thickest skin haha! But overall I agree with your list except in disagreement with Guardians of the Gaxaly vol 1 or 2, yes the language is crude but I don't think language is important but teaching context it's used in. And the volince in it is very cartoonish vs blood and gore alternative marvel movies. (With DC winning with same Director for SS2) 2b1af7f3a8