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10 Movies That Will Make You Feel Like a Kid in 2016

Storks

Storks

The end of your childhood can probably be traced back to when you first discovered "where babies come from." This movie takes you back to a simpler, more innocent time when babies are delivered to expecting parents by storks. If you are bringing your own kids to the theater, this could be a great way to keep them young just a little bit longer.

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Finding Dory

Finding Dory

Dory is arguably the best part of Finding Nemo, a movie whose target audience is now in their twenties. Millenials and their parents, who bit their nails as Marlin searched Nemo in the original film, can relive the first time they were urged to “just keep swimming” and share in some new laughs along the way. Knowing Pixar, this movie will probably also yank on some heartstrings.

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The Secret Life of Pets

The Secret Life of Pets

Zootopia isn’t the only 2016 movie starring talking animals. The Secret Life of Pets is sure to spark your childhood imagination, and with voice talent that includes Ellie Kemper, Kevin Hart, and Louis C.K., there is a pretty good chance it will also be hilarious.

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The Angry Birds Movie

The Angry Birds Movie

Although the it started as a way to kill time during a morning commute, Angry Birds is now a feature-length story. Because these characters only existed within a simple app, we really don’t know what to expect. Still, with the colorful animation and stunning voice cast, we are sure to be in for a treat.

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Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them

Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them

The Harry Potter series inspired a generation, and many of those fans now have children. Muggles of all ages are bound to miss J.K. Rowling's original heroes, but moviegoers will at least get another peek into the wizarding world and leave the theater with a magical feeling!

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Pete’s Dragon

Pete’s Dragon

The 2016 remake of Pete’s Dragon will play on your nostalgia as it paints familiar characters in a different light. Plus, it will make you wish you could explore forests with your own pet dragon.

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Sing

Sing

This is a must-watch if you're still mourning the cancellation of American Idol. 2016's Sing follows a koala bear who is determined to save a dying theater with a singing competition. You can expect to be singing a few catchy tunes on the way home if you watch this fun musical!

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Moana

Moana

Remember the days when you would get uncontrollably excited for the new Disney movie? Moana, the studio’s 56th animated movie promises to be a throwback to some of its most well-loved tales. Moana sets off on an island adventure that sees her teaming up with a demigod, an adventure you can't miss!

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The Jungle Book

The Jungle Book

Here is a tale that has been told countless times. However, director Jon Favreau has found a way to breathe new life into it with stunning visuals and a heartfelt message. 2016's The Jungle Book will remind you why you loved the 1967 animated classic and teach you that there is always something new to be found in the jungle.

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The BFG

The BFG

Roald Dahl has been captivating children and adults alike since the 1940s, writing classics such as Charlie and the Chocolate Factory and Matilda. Steven Spielberg aims to bring one of the author's most beloved works to life. If you didn’t read this wonderful book as a child, you will get to see what you’ve been missing.

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