Top 10 Dad Movies
Finding Nemo Courtesy of Pixar
Pursuit of Happyness Courtesy of Sony
Father of the Bride Courtesy of Touchstone
The Sound of Music Courtesy of 20th Century Fox
Billboard Dad Courtesy of Warner Bros.
Star Wars Courtesy of 20th Century Fox
Big Fish Courtesy of Sony
The Lion King Courtesy of Disney
Field of Dreams Courtesy of Universal
Mrs. Doubtfire Courtesy of 20th Century Fox
No. 10: Finding Nemo
The tale of an adventurous clownfish called Nemo who gets separated from his school of fish. His father Marlin heads out on the ultimate hunt to find his son.
No. 9: The Pursuit of Happyness
Will Smith stars as Chris Gardner, a homeless man who struggles to make ends meet for his son Christopher.
No. 8: Father of the Bride
This classic film follows the shenanigans George (played by Steve Martin) goes through as he helps his daughter prepare for her upcoming marriage.
No. 7: The Sound of Music
One of the most popular musicals of all time, The Sound of Music is the story of the Von Trapp family. The seven children are being raised by their widowed father and a singing governess.
No. 6: Billboard Dad
Twins Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen star in this movie about sisters who place an advertisement trying to find a date for their father.
No. 5: Star Wars
At the heart of the popular Star Wars saga is the father-son relationship between Darth Vader and Luke Skywalker.
No. 4: Big Fish
This fantasy adventure movie focuses on Will’s journey to mend his relationship with his dying father.
No. 3: The Lion King
The classic Disney film follows lion cub Simba as he tries to grow into the king his father Mufasa wants him to be.
No. 2: Field of Dreams
A farmer and a father, Ray hears a voice that tells him to build a baseball diamond. Although destroying his corn fields threatens to destroy him financially, the field ultimately brings his family together.
No. 1: Mrs. Doubtfire
Robin Williams plays Daniel, a man who is desperate to spend time with his children after divorcing from his wife. He goes to great lengths – even dressing up as a nanny – in order to see them.
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