Believe it or not, family movie night can have the best of both worlds. These kid-friendly flicks, including reboots, comedies, cartoons, and more, have a little something for everyone to enjoy. So pile in the car and head to the theater for this year's best feature films—and don't forget the popcorn!
Premiere date: December 19
The magical nanny (played by Emily Blunt) is back to help her former charges, now parents themselves, through a rough patch.
Premiere date: December 14
In this cartoon installment, Spider-Man (voiced by Nicolas Cage) travels to alternate universes where he joins forces with other Spider-Men (and women!) to defeat evil.
Premiere date: November 21
Six years after they first saved Litwak's Arcade, Ralph and Vanellope must enter the internet through a Wi-Fi router to restore the game.
Premiere date: November 9
Voiced by Benedict Cumberbatch, this animated version of Dr. Seuss's holiday tale perfectly comes to theaters right before the holiday season.
Premiere date: October 26
Everyone's favorite special agent is back! After a cyber-attack exposes every undercover agent in the United Kingdom, Johnny returns to work to find the one responsible.
Premiere date: October 19
This much more somber and serious version of The Jungle Book shows the harsh life of a young boy growing up in the jungle.
Premiere date: October 12
All the monsters, creatures, and villains from are coming to our world this Halloween. Beware!
Premiere date: September 28
The tables will be turned this fall. A Yeti (voiced by Channing Tatum) tries to convince his friends that humans are real.
Premiere date: September 21
Cate Blanchett and Jack Black star in this whimsical film about a clock with dark powers.
Premiere date: August 24
The government invents a robotic dog named A.X.L. to protect the country's soldiers, but then abandons him after a failed test. A boy named Miles forges a friendship with the techno-pup, and together they battle the forces working against them.
Premiere date: August 27
A reporter and his niece come across a magical friend who they believe to be a real mermaid in this live-action movie that you should definitely make a part of your world.
Premiere date: August 10
This adorable flick stars Nina Dobrev, Vanessa Hudgens, Eva Longoria, and many more famous faces who are all connected through their furry BFFs.
Premiere date: July 27
The sequel to Teen Titans Go! is coming to theaters. Five young superheroes must take down a power-hungry villain in order to make it big.
Premiere date: July 13
The third installation of the Hotel Transylvania series follows Dracula and friends as they embark on a mysterious cruise.
Premiere date: July 6
The Ant-Man and the Wasp pair up to fight crime while also uncovering secrets about themselves.
Premiere date: June 13
Elastigirl, Mr. Incredible, and the kids are back to defeat Frozone and a new threat, the Underminer, in this family-friendly romp.
Premiere date: May 18
A police detective (Will Arnett) and his trusty canine companion (voiced by Chris "Ludacris" Bridges) go undercover at an elite dog show to solve an important case.
Premiere date: April 20
This family-friendly film tells the tale of a goose who ends up befriending two ducklings for his journey down to the South.
Premiere date: March 23
In this sequel to Gnomeo & Juliet, the yard gang calls on detective Sherlock Gnomes to find out what happened to several other garden occupants that've gone missing.
Premiere date: March 9
The film adaptation of the classic young adult novel stars major actresses including: Oprah Winfrey, Reese Witherspoon, and Mindy Kaling.
Premiere date: February 16
Dug and his wingman Hognob rescue their town from the evil Lord Nooth in this prehistoric tale voiced by Tom Hiddleston, Eddie Redmayne, and Maisie Williams.
Premiere date: February 9
This modern take on Beatrix Potter's iconic children's story follows troublemaker Peter on his vegetable garden heist.