Check out 6 movies with heartwarming stories to watch on Father’s Day

We list features and animations that talk about the relationship between parents and children; remember some classics that deserve to be watched

‘King Richard: Raising Champions’ is one of the films that deals with the relationship between parents and children

Brazilians celebrate this Sunday, the 14th Father’s Day. us United States, the date is celebrated on the third weekend of June. IN Brazil, like many other commemorative dates, Father’s Day was created for commercial purposes. The first Father’s Day was created in 1953 and was celebrated on August 16. Then, it was decided that the date would be celebrated on the second weekend of August, alluding to Mother’s Day, the second Sunday of May. Most families take advantage of the date to celebrate with their parents, and watching a movie can be a great Sunday entertainment option. Check out some features that talk about the relationship between parents and children to watch this Father’s Day.

Looking for Nemo

Considered one of Pixar’s greatest classics, “Looking for Nemo” was released in 2003 and tells the story of Marlin, a clownfish who crosses the ocean to save his son Nemo, who has been taken by divers. In addition to being considered one of the best animations of all time, the film aims to show all of Marlin’s efforts to find his son again. The animation is available to the public at Disney+.

The Two Brothers: A Fantastic Journey

The latest animation on this list, “The Two Brothers: A Fantastic Journey” tells the story of Ian and Barley, two elf brothers who lost their father and set out in search of a chance to find him again. Apart from working on the relationship of two brothers who are completely different, the film has a touching ending that can bring tears to those who watch it. The movie is also available on Disney+.

My favorite evil

Betting on an unconventional story, “My favorite evil” tells the story of the involuntary parenting of Gru, a superboy who fathers three daughters – Margo, Edith and Agnes – to fulfill his plan, but ends up developing a parental side. The film is the first of a trilogy that deals with fatherhood as a central theme. It is available to watch on Netflix.

The incredibles 2

One of Pixar’s most anticipated sequels, “The incredibles 2” says the protagonist Mr. Unbelievable inside the housework and bet on the hero’s inability to deal with the problems of parenting. Even with the greatest focus on the relationships of the entire family, the film brings great moments and reflections on the role of parents in the lives of their children. It’s available on Disney+.

In search of happiness

starring Will SmithIn search of happiness” tells the story of Chris Gardner, a man who was struggling financially and saw his wife leave him with their five-year-old son Christopher. From there, the film explores Gardner’s struggle to provide a better life for Christopher. It is considered one of the best films of Smith’s career and earned the actor an Oscar nomination. The film is available on Netflix.

In search of happiness

The film is considered one of the greatest classics of Will Smith’s career Photo: Discovery / Netflix

King Richard: The Making of Champions

Released in 2021, “King Richard: The Making of Champions” tells the story of Richard Williams, a tennis-obsessed father who wants to transform his daughters Venus and Serena into the sport’s greatest athletes. The film shows all the dedication of Richard to make the two tennis players succeed in the midst of various family problems. The film was praised and Will Smith, who plays Richard in the film, won the Academy Award for Best Actor for his performance. The film is available on HBO Max.

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