Best Dad Movies To Watch This Father’s Day [VIDEOS]
A Father's Day dad movie marathon? That sounds like the best Father's Day ever! I mean, what better way to celebrate Father's Day than by watching movies about awesome dad's with your awesome dad.
Fox News came up with a list of the 21 best dad movies and it is the perfect compilation of movies to keep dad entertained on his big day. Whether he likes action packed films or is more into sentimental movies, this list has got him covered.
"Mrs. Doubtfire" is a classic! Robin Williams dressed as an old English nanny so he can spend more time with his children? It's heartwarming and hilarious.
Holy smokes, Liam Neeson is the most bad to the bone dad ever! I've watched "Taken" with my dad a few times and it never get's old. This movie is so high speed and action packed that you can't help but love it. Plus, who doesn't love listening ti Liam Neeson say "I will find you and I will kill you".
Ok, this pick is for my best friend Mackenzie's dad aka my "second dad", he loves "The Sound Of Music". Every time we all watch it together he sings along and even harmonizes with Captain Von Trapp when he sings "Edelweiss". We are all musical theater nerds so it's always a lot of fun to watch this classic together.
Who doesn't love "National Lampoon's Vacation"? Chevy Chase is the best! Growing up I watched a lot of Chevy Chase movie's with my dad, specifically "Man Of The House" -- which is a great dad movie too -- but when I think "Chevy Chase" I think of my childhood and hanging out with my father.
Adam Sandler proves that dad's don't have to be perfect to be great in "Big Daddy". It's another one of those absolutely hilarious, but still heartwarming movies. Seriously, I cry every time Julian says "I won't play the Kangaroo Song anymore!"
And while we're talking about great Adam Sandler dad movies I have to give a dad movie honoralble mention to "Grown Ups", that movie is my guilty pleasure. Actually, "Grown Ups" 1 and 2 are amazing. I've seen both movies more than I care to admit, but my husband and I never get tired of them.