11 Best Videos for Kids
The Cat in the Hat [PG]
All-New The Cat in the Hat Sing-A-Long
Two Dr. Seuss Animated Stories: Daisy-Head Mayzie and The Hoober-Bloob Highway
Available 8/7 on Blu-ray™ & DVD Pack & Deluxe Edition DVD
Toy Story [G]
Consumed with jealousy, Woody tries to get rid of Buzz. On his quest, Woody and Buzz both become separated from Andy and end up in the hands of ruthless toy killer Sid Philips.Their ensuing adventure has been a kid-favorite since its debut in 1995.
Check out Toy Story 2 and 3 for more adventures from Woody and the gang.
One day, EVE, a reconnaissance robot, is sent to Earth to find out if life is once again sustainable on the trash-riddled planet. After saving her from a dust storm, WALL-E quickly becomes smitten with this new robot. When EVE suddenly shuts down and enters a deactivated state, WALL-E does all her can to protect her — and soon finds himself on an adventure that could decide the fate of all mankind.
Mary Poppins [G]
Often considered one of Disney's best films, this classic from 1964 is full of songs that span generations, color and sequences of live action blended with the movements of animated figures.
Finding Nemo [G]
Frantic, Marlin sets out to save his son, and meets Dory (the voice of Ellen DeGeneres), a fish with short-term memory loss, along the way. Together, they brave the big ocean, encounter scary jelly fish, and dodge hungry sharks all in an effort to set Nemo free. Will they succeed?
Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory [G]
After a few failed attempts and in a stroke of incredible luck, poor and sweet Charlie Bucket (Peter Ostrum) wins a ticket and embarks on the tour with his grandfather. Along the way, he meets a crew of colorful characters, and a wondrous world of endless imagination. Nothing could have prepared him for the golden prize that awaits.
The only thing that he has left that connects him to his dead father is an automaton (mechanical man) that doesn't work without a special key. On his adventures to find the key, Hugo meets a shopkeeper named George Melies (Ben Kingsley), who works in the train station, and his adventure-seeking god-daughter. Together they discover memories and secrets from the past that have outlived the test of time.
Now a teenager, Rapunzel, and all 70 feet of her magical golden hair, is curious about life outside the walls of her prison. When a thief named Flynn Ryder (the voice of Zachary Levi) scales the tower wall, Rapunzel takes him captive and asks him to help her escape the tower and act as her guide as she uncovers the magical secrets about her past.
Shrek offers Lord Farquaad a deal — he will rescue Princess Fiona (Cameron Diaz), Lord Farquaad's intended bride, and in return, the homes of all the animals invading Shrek's swamp will be returned to their owners. With the faithful (and loud) Donkey (the voice of Eddie Murphy) by his side, Shrek embarks on his quest to save the Princess, but things don't go exactly as planned.
Check out Shrek 2, 3, and 4 for more adventures from Shrek and the gang.
Kids will love meeting this irresistible creature, and parents will love re-watching one of their childhood favorites, too.
The Princess Bride [PG]
This classic is about a beautiful princess named Buttercup (Robin Wright) being held against her will by the evil Prince Humperdinck (Chris Sarandon) in order to start a war. It's up to Westley (Cary Elwes), Buttercup's childhood beau, to save her.
With the help of some friends he meets along the way, including a band of thieves and a giant, Westley sets out to save Buttercup. Can he do it? Chock full of action, drama, and love, this fairytale does, indeed, seem to have it all for kids of all ages.