Happy Father’s Day to all fathers in our lives! We all how hard it is to be the head of the house. So, once you’ve got the chance to treat them with something nice and relaxing, you’ve got to grab that chance! While we’re under lockdown, how about you treat your father with Netflix movies and a cold iced beer? Sounds fun, right?
We all know how fathers can be protective most of the time. Just like Bryan Mills with his daughter Kim, all fathers would love to watch this action-packed 2008 film Taken.
At the time of its first showing, Taken already bagged over $900 million. The film features Mills’s story (played by Liam Neeson) and his daughter, that was kidnapped by human traffickers. He needs to figure out a way to save his daughter. For sure, your dad would love to see how Bryan kills those bad men!
Big Fish (2003)
In the midst of a strong physique of a father lies his soft heart for his children. Big Fish is a 2003 film made by award-winning director Tim Burton.The film features the emotional and dark humor of Edward Bloom, a salesman with a gift for storytelling. His son Will attempts to reunite with his father by listening with Bloom’s stories when he was a young adult.This movie will make your father weep for a little while. And even laugh!
Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade (1989)
If there is something you can do with your father on Father’s day is to have fun with the movies he used to like in the past.
Almost all fathers loved to be Indiana Jones from the past. This is the reason why Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade in 1989 got everything you need!
It has action, adventure, and comedy that you and your father would surely love to watch!
Mrs. Doubtfire (1993)
Not all fathers want to watch action films. In fact, most of them would love to watch something light and funny over the weekend.
Spend your time with Netflix and get Robin Williams’ 1993 classic comedy film, Mrs. Doubtfire. When Daniel (played by Robin Williams) gets divorced with his wife, he wanted to find a way to be with his children again.
To do that, he needs to do something unimaginable to be able to talk and spend time with them. Meet Mrs. Doubtfire!
Finding Nemo (2003)
Who doesn’t love watching Finding Nemo? This movie can be watched by all ages. From children to even with your dad, this film has comedy, touching life story, and even some action (with vegetarian sharks).
If you want to see your father laugh and cry, this might be the best option for you!
The Godfather (1972)
An all-time classic that your father would surely love to watch! When Father’s day arrives, you must not forget to watch one of Al Pacino’s best films, The Godfather.
This award-winning film features the Corleone family and how they strive to keep the power they built over the decades. With full-packed actions and remarkable scenes, everyone in the family would love to watch this on Netflix!
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