An easy way to celebrate the 2015 Easter holiday and help kids enjoy the joy of Easter is watching an Easter movie with them. From the Easter Bunny to eggs and parades, Easter movies are always a fun to watch. Here are 10 good Easter movies of the last 10 years, and believe me, there will be at least one that makes you laugh.
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1. Hop (2011) - Instead of succeeding his father to deliver baskets full of treats, E.B., the Easter Bunny's son, takes a rabbit hole trip to Hollywood, where he determined to become a rock star. In LA, he almost gets run over by Fred, an out-of-work slacker, is surprised by E.B. when talking to him, and they finally become good friends to help each other reach the goals - save Easter and their careers.
2. VeggieTales: 'Twas the Night Before Easter (2011) - TV reporter Marlee Meade quits her job because she wants to give more to the world and help others. Her quest to save an old theater and put on a musical show while she finds has to compete for talent and time with the local church and its upcoming Easter sunrise service. Marlee's misadventures and stop-at-nothing attitude get her in big trouble and teach her important lessons about honesty the true meaning of Easter and how to really help others.
3. Bugs Bunny's Easter Funnies (2010) - Granny gets a call from the Easter Bunny who is sick in bed and unable to deliver his Easter eggs. She decides to call upon Bugs, the only other bunny she knows. But Bugs is busy at the studio working on his comedy skits. Granny stops to watch a few and runs into some other characters like Daffy Duck and Sylvester the Cat. Just when Bugs is allowed to leave the set and take over the Easter Bunny's duties, along hops a bunny who sounds a little daffy, and who might have a secret up his sleeve.
4. The First Easter Rabbit (2010) - The Easter bunny started out as a stuffed animal that a little girl named Glenda got for Christmas. But when Glenda comes down with scarlet fever, her mother is forced to burn all of her bed linens, clothing, and even her favorite toy rabbit, Stuffy. Lucky for Stuffy, a fairy named Calliope decides to turn him into a real rabbit. She tells him that he has to get the Golden Easter Lily in order to save springtime from a bad guy named Zero, who wants to keep spring from springing. In order to save Easter, Stuffy enlists the help of some friends. Eggs are dyed, parades ensue, and Easter is saved.
5. It's the Easter Beagle, Charlie Brown (remastered deluxe edition) (2008) - Peppermint Patty is determined to demonstrate the art of Easter egg dyeing to her friend Marcie, who seems just as destined to thwart all attempts. Linus has turned his faith from the Great Pumpkin to the Easter Beagle, who he promises will make Easter special for all of them. And Lucy believes this holiday should be about "getting," a misunderstanding reinforced by scenes set in department stores already decked for the Christmas holidays.
6. The Easter Bunny Is Coming to Town (2006) - S.D. Kluger, whose real name is Sunny, and was adopted by the citizens of Kidville, a town where only children live. He helped bring happiness to children, starting with young King Bruce the Frail, who rules a nearby, gloomy town called Town. However, the King's aunt, the evil Duchess Lily Longtooth also reigns as regent, until such time as young Bruce comes of age.
7. Here Comes Peter Cottontail: The Movie (2006) - Peter Cottontail, who is now the Chief Easter Bunny of April Valley, has a son named Junior, who annoys his father by making impractical and outlandish inventions instead of doing his duty as the nougat supervisor at the candy factory. After a particularly massive disaster that results in the nougat catching on fire, Peter, in an attempt to teach Junior about responsibility, assigns his son to clean the Clock of Spring.
8. Winnie the Pooh - Springtime with Roo (2004) - It's springtime in the Hundred Acre Woods, Easter day is here, and everyone is excited. Even Rabbit is in festive spirits, but he's more interested in Spring Cleaning Day. Roo and the gang are crushed when Rabbit even goes so far as to declare that Easter is cancelled. Can Roo, Pooh, Piglet, and Tigger remind Rabbit of the fun of Easter and bring their favorite Easter Bunny back?
9. An Easter Carol (2004) - When Mr. Nezzer tries to knock St. Bart's church down to make way for his new amusement park, Easter Land, he is visited by a vision of the late Granny Nezzer. She tells him to expect a visitor. The visitor, a small angel named Hope, shows him the past, present, and future of Nezzer's Easter, helping him see the error of his ways.
10. Easter with Max and Ruby (2003) - Enjoy six Easter episodes on one DVD. Easter with Max and Ruby is based on a series of popular children's books by Rosemary Wells. Max and Ruby are siblings who manage to find trouble and adventure any time of year, especially Easter. Enjoy the antics of the loveable bunnies driven by sibling rivalry.
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