Mother’s Day 2020: 5 Movies You Can Binge Watch While Bonding With Your Kids This Weekend

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May 8, 2020

Entertainment

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Mother’s Day is just around the corner, so go ahead and gift yourself a day of detox. Don’t stop yourself from planning some guilt-free ‘family-time’. While we are all stuck in our homes due to the global pandemic, there is no better way to bond with your kids on this special day than watching some really good movies together. So, for once, stop taking care of the needs of everyone and spend quality time with your kids this weekend.

As it’s time for you to have a refreshing break from your daily hustle, ZEE5 has got an exclusive Mother’s Day Special collections, which your kids would love to watch, with you by their side. Also, due to the imposition of the lockdown, this year’s Mother’s Day won’t involve going out for an expensive dinner with your family. So, celebrate your day a bit different this year; Whip up a pitcher of mocktail at home and schedule a movie marathon with your little munchkins.

If you like our weekend plan designed for you, here’s a look at the five movies you must watch with your kids this Mother’s Day. Check them out here.

Ramayana

Ramayana is one of the fondest memories that most of us treasure in our hearts. You can now watch this beloved epic with your children through the easy medium of animation. This ancient Sanskrit epic, which is a story of Prince Rama’s quest to rescue his beloved wife Sita from the clutches of Ravana with the help of an army of monkeys, will not only make you nostalgic but also teach good values and life lessons to your children.

The Enchanted Mountain

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This North Korean animated film, Enchanted Mountains, tells us a magical tale about a lonely boy. He helps an injured fawn on a mountain and when the fawn recovers as a result of his care, it takes him to a mystical part of the mountain. And that’s where the boy encounters eight beautiful fairies. While magic will make sure to keep your child glued to the television screen, we are sure it will also interest you since you too grew up watching Harry Potter, right? So, watch this Korean anime with your kids this weekend to have a magical experience.

Christopher Colombus

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Introduce your kids to this amazing biography of Christopher Columbus, who was known to be the daring and path-breaking explorer. Let your children watch this beautiful and entertaining cartoon film, that recaptures the time when Columbus first rose to greatness, later to become one of history’s greatest catalysts for his eventual discovery of America. We are sure your kids will love the film as they enjoy the company of their doting mothers.

Mother Teresa

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Mother Teresa, a film that illuminates the life of a selfless missionary, must be on your binge list this weekend. She was the heroine of our time, who had come to this world to symbolise love for the unloved and care for the unwanted. We are sure that this high quality entertaining animated feature film will make you emotional once you are done watching. Her journey as young Agnese Gonxha Bojaxiu to becoming a modern-day saint is a worth watch. Also, the film will teach your kids to love one another, treat everyone with equality, and will inspire them to be a better person in their lives.

Three Musketeers

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Three Musketeers is the action-packed tale of three loyal swordsmen. They are joined by an eager recruit to battle enormous odds and enemies in order to protect the King of France from Cardinal Richelieu and Milady in the 17th century. This will keep your kids entertained throughout. So, watch Three Musketeers with your little ones and make this weekend count.

Tell us which one was the favourite for your kids in the comment section below. You can also share how you celebrated your special day with us! Stay tuned!

Also, apart from these five films, we have more such amazing films that you and your child could bond over this quarantine season. Check out this Mother’s Day Special Collection on ZEE5.

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