14 Fun Valentine’s Day Movies For Families

We love family movie nights, and snuggling up together to watch our favorite movies. Valentine’s Day is coming up in a few weeks, and a family movie night is a perfect way to celebrate together!  I’m sharing a list of our favorite Valentine’s Day movies that are great for families. So…grab your cozy blankets, make some Pink Hot Chocolate, and get ready for an evening of Valentine’s Day movie fun!

14 Valentine's Day Movies for Families

Most of them are rated G, and a few are rated PG.   Common Sense Media is a resource that I’ve used to check movies for more rating information.

Valentine’s Day Movies for Families

The Love Bug , rated G

The original version is definitely my favorite, and the one we watch.  I have loved it since I was little!

The Parent Trap, rated G

Okay, this is probably one of my favorite movies of all time!  Once again, I prefer the original version–I just love Maureen O’Hara, and Hayley Mills is adorable. I think I actually have parts of it memorized.  :)

Lady and the Tramp , rated G

The spaghetti scene?  Yep–one of the sweetest Disney movie moments ever!

 In the Good Old Summertime, unrated

Judy Garland stars in this fun musical, and it’s charming the whole way through!

The Happiest Millionaire, rated G

We always called this the “alligator” movie.  Curious now?  It stars Fred MacMurray, and it’s SO SO fun!

Enchanted , rated PG

Modern day meets fairy tale…

The Princess Bride, rated PG

Is there anything I really need to say about this movie?  :)

Up , rated PG

I just love this movie, and I think it’s one of the sweetest love stories.  In fact, I cry every time I watch it.

The Wizard of Oz, rated PG

The Tin Man searching for a heart makes Valentine’s Day a great time to watch this award-winning film, and introduce it to your kids!

Summer Magic, rated G

Hayley Mills stars in this Disney musical, and it’s another one of my childhood favorites.  An oldy, but a a goody!

Wild Hearts Can’t Be Broken, rated G

This is a coming-of-age story of a girl and her horse during the Great Depression, and about pursuing your dreams.

Beauty and the Beast, rated G

Classic Disney cartoon and love story!

Alvin and The Chipmunks: The Valentines Collection, rated G

I had to add this one in, because my kids love Alvin & the Chipmunks cartoons!  It’s a fun, silly Valentine’s movie!

Wall-E , rated G

A curious and lovable robot falls in love!

Happy Heart Day!

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  1. Hi there Kierste

    Just love your “blog” and just everything about you!!! Such a lovely name too!
    So want to try the popcorn what can I use instead of the cinnamon red hots I don’t think we have them here in SA.

    Love and sweet Blessings

    1. Do you have cinnamon bears? You could chop them up and add them. What about hard cinnamon candies? You could crunch them up in a bag with a rolling pin, and add them.

  2. Love your blog… its my favorite!

    Thanks for the fun movie ideas…I’m planning our family valentine’s night and this list is perfect!!

  3. What great ideas! I made the popcorn Sunday night. The kids loved it! Thank you for sharing your ideas! You are fabulous!

  4. Love the movies you listed. I haven’t seen two of them, “The Happiest Millionaire” and “Summer Magic”. Great idea!

  5. What a great list!!! My girls are 3 and 5, so they are the perfect age for me to introduce most of these to. And I love Summer Magic – for Hayley Mills and Burl Ives!

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