6 Family Movies Streaming on Hulu, Amazon Prime Instant Video

Hulu and Amazon Prime Instant Video have loads of streaming movies and original TV shows for subscribers. Here are six movies perfect for streaming with your family that just might stir up a bit of nostalgia.

 

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Karate Kid (1984)

Rating: PG

IMDB Parent’s Guide

Anyone who has ever seen Karate Kid can attest to its greatness. A coming of age film follows Daniel as he learns to defend himself against a group of bullies at his new school. He befriends a martial arts master, learns a gentler form of karate, and eventually faces his nemesis of the Cobra Kai Dojo.

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Honey, I Blew Up The Kid (1992)

Rating: PG

IMDB Parent’s Guide

The patron of the Szalinzki family is at it again with wacky inventions and absent-minded antics. His famous shrinking machine might have put him in a bad place with his kids the size of ants, but this time, he creates a machine that makes things grow. Szalinzki zaps his toddler son who now grows every time he walks by something electrical. Unfortunately, the toddler is now stomping around Las Vegas like it’s his own personal playground.

 

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Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory (1971)

Rating: PG

IMDB Parent’s Guide

This all-time favorite is available for streaming and puts kids and parents back into a wonderful world of imagination. It’s something every generation should share together, learning the ins and outs Willy Wonka’s factory and searching for the Golden Ticket.

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Indiana Jones: Raiders Of The Lost Ark (1981)

Rating: PG

IMDB Parent’s Guide

Kids will be able to see where the Indiana Jones series started with this adventure to find the Ark of the Covenant. The biblical artifact just might hold the key to human existence but in order for Jones to get it, he has to fight enemies and deadly traps along the way. Reignite your love of an old favorite and start a marathon with your kids to watch every one from the beginning.

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Hook (1991)

Rating: PG

IMDB Parent’s Guide

It’s a different take on the story of Peter Pan, as he’s grown up and has moved away from Neverland. This story follows Peter as he adventures back beyond the second start to the right to save his kids from his arch nemesis, Captain Hook. He discovers his Lost Boys and their new leader as they ban together again to take on the pirates. It’s a classic favorite that everyone in the family will enjoy.

 

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