Popular Hollywood films have universal, family-centric themes that everyone can relate to. Some films even focus on specific family dynamics, such as the love that exists between fathers and their children.
Movies about fathers can motivate men to become better dads. They can encourage them to make a course correction before it’s too late. They even can spark a movement of reconciliation.
We will like you to spend some quality time with him, so we decided to put together 7 of our favorite father’s day movies we know will be a good conversation starter and a good bonding moment for you and your dad.
A father brings up his baby girl as a single dad after the unexpected death of his wife who died a day after their daughter’s birth.
Gil Buckman tries hard to balance his personal and professional life while dealing with the problems of his three children. His worries increase when he discovers that his wife is pregnant again.
The Loin King (2019)
Simba, a young lion prince, flees his kingdom after the murder of his father, Mufasa. Years later, a chance encounter with Nala, a lioness, causes him to return and take back what is rightfully his.
Taken is a series of English-language French action films, beginning with Taken in 2008, created by producer Luc Besson and American screenwriter Robert Mark Kamen. The dialogue of all three films is primarily English, and all three feature Liam Neeson as Bryan Mills.
A retired CIA operative named Bryan Mills crosses the globe to rescue his 17-year-old daughter after she is kidnapped by a group of Albanian smugglers while traveling in France.
The Pursuit of Happyness
Tired of Chris’s professional failures, his wife decides to separate, leaving him financially broke with an unpaid internship in a brokerage firm and his son’s custody to deal with.
Daniel, a divorced actor, disguises himself as Mrs Doubtfire, an ageing female Scottish housekeeper, in order to work in his ex-wife’s house and spend more time with his children.
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