10. Three Men and a Baby (1987)
When three carefree bachelors are forced to take care of a baby, left at their doorstep by one of their girlfriends, madness, laughter, and confusion ensue. But out of their challenges, these men discover the joy of fatherhood. It should make it to your pick of Father’s Day movies to watch with your dad.
11. Father of the Bride (1991)
In this popular comedy movie, Steve Martin plays the role of a loving father who has to come to terms with his eldest daughter’s impending wedding and her moving out of their family home. The father of the bride is in the grip of overwhelming emotions and struggles to let go of his daughter. It’s one of the most enjoyable Father’s Day movies to watch of all time.
12. Logan (2017)
In this latest Wolverine installment from the X-Men franchise, the mutants are shown to be nearly extinct. An elderly Logan is living a low-key life in seclusion but things escalate quickly when she is approached by Laura, a mutant child who is being hunted by the scientists. While getting Laura to safety, Logan stumbles upon a shocking truth.
13. Insidious (2011)
When malicious spirits started haunting a family and eventually took possession of the body of a little boy, his father vowed to protect his entire family and get the soul of his son back from a dark realm called The Further. If your dad is a horror fan, then this one has to be one of your Father’s Day movies to watch.
14. Parenthood (1989)
In this feel-good comedy-drama, we witness the struggles of the Buckman siblings who do their best to raise their children albeit in their unique way, giving way to laughter, confusion, madness, and mayhem. The lessons, joys, and pain the process brings along with it should make it one of your Father’s Day movies to watch with your dad.
15. Road to Perdition (2002)
When a mob hitman’s son witnesses a murder committed by the assassin’s boss, the father is torn between his love for his son and his loyalty to his boss. Ultimately, he gets pushed down a path of redemption and revenge.
16. The Adam Project (2022)
The next stop on your journey of Father’s Day movies is this entertaining film. In this sci-fi flick, Adam played by Ryan Reynolds is a time-traveling fighter pilot who goes back to 2022 to save humanity. But at the center of the movie, there is a beautiful story of a father-son who tries to salvage their relationship.
17. Fatherhood (2021)
If you’re looking for father’s day movies on Netflix, don’t keep this one out of your Father’s Day movies watchlist. The Netflix original stars Kevin Hart as a widowed father whose wife died soon after giving birth to their daughter. What follows is a heartfelt drama-comedy showing a father managing the challenges of a single father with a daughter.
18. Over the Moon (2020)
You can add this animated musical to your Netflix Father’s Day Movies watchlist. After so many back-to-back intense and emotional movies, this would surely be a welcome break. In this light-hearted yet touching father-daughter film, a little girl builds up a rocket and sets out for the moon after the death of her mother.
19. The Lion King (1994)
If we are talking about animated Father’s Day movies to watch, how can we ever miss this Disney classic out? The relationship between the Lion prince Simba and his father is one of the highlights of the movie. Maybe you and your dad watched this long back when you were a young child. Now this will be a good time to relive those memories or create new ones.
20. Finding Nemo (2003)
While we are still on the topic of family animation movies, this flick must win a tight spot in your Father’s Day movies watchlist. This movie is all about how a timid clownfish wins over his fears and sets out on a great adventure to get his son back after he was abducted from the Great Barrier Reef and taken all the way to Sidney.
21. My Octopus Teacher (2020)
Last but not least for your Father’s Day movies checklist, comes this Oscar winner for the Best Documentary. This captivating movie narrates an interesting story of how a filmmaker forges an unusual friendship with an Octopus living in a kelp forest in South Africa and how this experience impacted his relationship with his son.
Shared Time Is The Only Gift Your Dad Wants
Whether your father loves drama or comedy or thriller, we are sure both of you will have an enjoyable time binge-watching these Father’s Day movies. Remember that the quality time you two will spend together will mean the world to your dad.
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