15 Best Easter Movies to Watch With Your Family This Weekend
By Charlotte Lewis
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Easter weekend is here, and we have a feeling your weekend is going to be thoroughly packed with Easter egg hunts, Easter brunch and stuffing your face with Easter candy. We know that when things get hectic at the holidays, sometimes the perfect thing to do is to turn on a movie and take a few hours to lie low with your family.
From vintage classics to modern animated films, we've scoured the web for the best movies to stream on every platform with your family this Easter Weekend, sure to please everyone from the youngest to the oldest that you can easily rent, purchase or subscribe to. There are hundreds of hours of streaming content at your fingertips, and we know it can be hard for the whole family to pick just one thing to watch. But fear not, we've made it as easy as possible to pick the best Easter movie with our recommendations.
These spring-centric movies will put the 'hop' into your Hoppy Easter with flicks featuring bunnies, beagles, secret gardens and so much more that will make you and your family feel ready to celebrate the holiday.
Below, discover all the best movies to stream with your family this Easter Sunday.
You'll fall in love with Peter Rabbit and his whole family in this action-packed wholesome adventure starring James Corden, Daisy Ridley, Margot Robbie, Rose Byrne and Domhnall Gleeson, available to rent or purchase on Amazon.
Is it even Easter Sunday if you aren't gathered with your family and weeping over the death and subsequent triumphant return of Aslan in this classic adaptation of C.S. Lewis's heavy-handed religious allegory?
Who said that Hallmark Movies are all about Christmas? Easter gets its chance to shine in this sweet rom-com about a young woman who goes undercover to her family's struggling chocolate plant and the troublesome head chocolatier who catches her eye.