Sunday, July 3, 2022

10 Best Dad Movies To Watch This Father’s Day

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With Father’s day around the corner, we compiled a list of the best ten single dad movies highlighting the love and relationship of a father with his children.

Fatherhood

Fatherhood

Liz Logelin (Deborah Ayorinde) has complications after giving birth. She couldn’t survive the health complications. Matt Logelin must protect himself in situations where he was almost unprepared. Matt doesn’t know what to do or how to raise his newborn. His mother-in-law, Marion, offers to raise the child if he gives her to them. Even Matt’s mom agrees that he should at least move to his hometown if he doesn’t want to give up the child. But Matt doesn’t agree with either of them. He stays in his city and thinks that if anyone should raise a child, it should be him. The film takes us through the challenges he faces as a father.

Watch On Netflix

Big Daddy

Big Daddy

Sonny Koufax (Adam Sandler), 32, has spent his life avoiding responsibility. But when his girlfriend leaves him for an older man, he must find a way to prove he’s ready to grow up. In a last-ditch effort, Sunny hires 5-year-old Julian (Dylan Sprouse) (Cole Sprouse) to impress her. She is not impressed… and he cannot return the child.

Watch on Amazon Prime

Daddy Day Care

Daddy Day Care
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Unemployed Charlie (Eddie Murphy) spends his days taking care of the couple’s grandson while his wife Kim (Regina King) brings home bacon. With the help of his friend Phil (Jeff Garlin), Charlie decides to open a daycare. Enrollments increase rapidly, leading them to hire another employee, bumbling Marvin (Steve Zahn), and Charlie finds himself dealing with endless paperwork. Will he be able to keep his business running, or will the parents defect to Mrs. Khalidan’s (Anjelica Houston) daycare?

Watch on Netflix

The Pursuit of Happyness

The Pursuit of Happyness

Life is a struggle for single father, Chris Gardner (Will Smith). Evicted from their apartment, he and his son (Jaden Christopher Syre Smith) find themselves alone with nowhere to go. Chris eventually landed a job as an intern at a prestigious brokerage firm, but the position didn’t pay. Both must live in shelters and endure many hardships, but Chris refuses to give in to despair as he struggles to build a better life for himself and his son.

Watch on Amazon Prime

That’s My Boy

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As a teenager, Donnie (Adam Sandler) became the father of his son Todd (Andy Samberg) and raised him as a single father. On Todd’s 18th birthday, Donnie cut the young man loose. After years of alienation, the old man suddenly appeared on the eve of his son’s wedding. Donnie desperately wants to see Todd again but now has to deal with the repercussions of bad parenting he has shown in the past.

Watch on Amazon Prime

Finding Nemo

Finding Nemo
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Clownfish Marlin (Albert Brooks) is too wary of his son Nemo (Alexander Gould), who has a foreshortened fin. When Nemo gets too close to the surface of the water to prove himself, a diver catches him, and the fearsome Merlin must go looking for him. A blue coral reef fish named Dolly (Ellen DeGeneres), who has a very short memory, teams up with Merlin, further complicating their encounters with sharks, jellyfish, and many marine perils. Meanwhile, Nemo plans to escape from the dentist’s aquarium.

Watch on Amazom Prime

To Kill A Mockingbird

To Kill A Mockingbird

Six-year-old Scout Finch (Mary Badham) and her brother Jem (Philip Alford) live in the quiet town of Maycomb, Alabama, spending a lot of time with their friend Dill (John Megna), spying on their mysterious secluded neighbor Boo Radley (Robert Duvall). When Atticus (Gregory Peck), his widow’s respected father and lawyer, protects a black man named Tom Robinson (Brock Peters) from a fake rape case, trials expose the children to racism.

Watch On Amazon Prime

My Girl

My Girl
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Tomboy Vada Sultenfuss (Anna Chlumsky) has good reason to be morbid. Her mother gave birth to her and died, and her father (Dan Aykroyd) holds a funeral outside their house. Other kids think she’s a freak, and that certainly doesn’t help that her best friend, Thomas J. Sennett (Macaulay Culkin), is a boy. To make matters worse, Vada is hopelessly in love with her English teacher, Mr. Bixler (Griffin Dunne). What does an 11-year-old girl do?

Watch on Netflix

We Bought A Zoo

We Bought A Zoo

After the untimely death of his wife, Los Angeles journalist Benjamin Mee (Matt Damon) quit his job and moved his children (Colin Ford, Maggie Elizabeth Jones) to 18 acres of land, including the Rosemoor Wildlife Park. Despite being closed for years, Rosemoor is still home to many animals, cared for by Kelly Foster (Scarlett Johansson) and her small staff. Mee opens his mind and his checkbook as Kelly and others work on renovating and reopening the zoo.

Watch on Amazon Prime

Mrs. Doubtfire

Mrs. Doubtfire

Divorced, Daniel Hillard (Robin Williams) is troubled that he has little access to his children and makes a detailed plan. With the help of his creative brother Frank (Harvey Fierstein), he disguises himself as an older British woman and convinces his ex-wife Miranda (Sally Field) to hire him as a nanny. “Mrs. Doubtfire” wins over the kids and helps Daniel become a better parent, but when Daniel and his babysitter character have to meet different parties at the same restaurant, their secret may be exposed.

Watch on Amazon Prime

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