• Top 5 Movies For The Kids This Season

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    If “great family movies” is at the top of your wish list this holiday season, you’re in luck — this fall, the multiplex will be packed with kid-friendly characters. Check out Yahoo Shine‘s reviews below!

    Arthur Christmas
    Release Date: Nov. 23
    Target Age: Young Kids
    What’s the Buzz?: From the animators responsible for Wallace & Gromit and Chicken Run comes this English holiday comedy about Father Christmas’ (that’s Santa to us Yanks) son Arthur (voiced by James McAvoy), who must find a way to use his father’s state-of-the-art North Pole technology to deliver the correct present to one special little girl by Christmas morning.

    Release Date: Nov. 23
    Target Age: Tweens
    What’s the Buzz?: Based on author Brian Selznick’s award-winning illustrated novel, this is the first family film to be directed by legendary director Martin Scorsese. Set in 1930s Paris, the story follows young orphan Hugo Cabret (Asa Butterfield) as he uncovers the mystery of his father’s disappearance, all while living in the walls of a train station. An epic adventure from an Oscar-winning director, Hugo is one of the most highly anticipated movies of the season.

    The Muppets
    Release Date: Nov. 23
    Target Age: Young Kids and Tweens
    What’s the Buzz?: Families will have plenty to choose from over Thanksgiving break as the first Muppet movie in 12 years hits the big screen. Starring the always adorable Amy Adams and Jason Segel — not to mention everyone’s favorite Muppet characters Kermit, Piggy, Fozzy, and the gang — the live-action comedy is sure to be a crowd-pleaser for all ages.

    New Year’s Eve
    Release Date: Dec. 9
    Target Age: Tweens and Teens
    What’s the Buzz?: Like Valentine’s Day, this multiple-storyline romantic comedy will feature more than a dozen characters (played by A-list stars, naturally) as they navigate New Year’s Eve in New York City. Teens will especially be drawn to the stories starring Ashton Kutcher and Glee‘s Lea Michele, teen actress Abigail Breslin, and High School Musical‘s Zac Efron.

    Alvin and the Chipmunks: Chip-Wrecked
    Release Date: Dec. 16
    Target Age: Young Kids
    What’s the Buzz?: Alvin, Simon, and Theodore are back, and this time they’re getting their vacation on with their long-suffering guardian Dave (Jason Lee) and the three Chipettes (from Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Squeakuel). Plenty of song-and-dance numbers later, the ‘munks and their gal pals wind up ashore on a deserted island. Your young elementary schoolers will squeal in delight.

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