20 best Netflix movies to watch with kids

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Among the options of films for children, the best are those that, besides having fun, teach values ​​about family, friendships and maturity. Following this style, Bula has put together a list of 20 features of different genres and times that all children should watch. For the little ones, these films will open the doors of the cinematographic universe, and for parents, they will be a trip to childhood. Among those selected, “Sitara: Dreaming of the Stars” (2020), by Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy; and the award-winning “The Tale of Princess Kaguya” (2013), by Isao Takahata. The films are organized according to the year of release.

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