Fill in exciting activities with your little one with recommendations for the latest children’s films in August 2021. Which one do you want to watch first?
August has arrived, here! What are Mommies and Little One’s plans to add to the fun this month? Don’t forget to include the agenda for watching movies together, Mommies. Unfortunately, this time it seems that Mommies and families still have to watch at home, considering that PPKM is still ongoing to prevent the transmission of the corona virus.
Even so, don’t worry, because there are some fun movies that are fun to watch at home too. The time is even more flexible and can be adapted to daily activities. Here are some of the latest movies on Netflix and Disney+ that can be a choice for Mommies and Little Ones to watch.
Recommended children’s films in August 2021:
Vivo is an animated musical film set in Latin American culture that will premiere on Netflix on August 6, 2021. The film follows the story of a kinkajou named Vivo who often spends his time playing music in the crowds of Havana with his owner, Andrés. Even though they speak different languages, Vivo and Andrés are very close.
One day, Andrés receives a letter from Marta Sandoval, a famous singer who is also an old friend. Marta wants to invite Andrés to her farewell concert. However, a problem occurred so Andrés had trouble replying to Marta’s messages. Vivo became the only hope to send the message to Marta. Aided by Gabi, a passionate teenager, Vivo embarks on an adventure to Miami to help his best friend.
The Vivo movie is a must for Mommies and children to watch because it presents exciting stories related to struggles, finding a new family even though they are not blood related, and the magic of
The Loud House Movie
ust like Vivo, the next film that will air on Netflix is also a musical animation. Based on the popular Nickelodeon series, The Loud House Movie will be released on August 20, 2021.
The Loud House Movie takes us on a journey by Lincoln Loud, his parents, and ten sisters to Scotland. Lincoln and his family just found out that they had royal blood.
In this film, Mommies and Little One can see the excitement of Lincoln, his parents and his brother while enjoying the high-class life and living in a castle. Will the Louds be able to adapt to the sudden change? Come on, don’t miss the movie, Mommies!
An American Girl: McKenna Shoots For The Stars
The film was actually released in 2012, but in case you and your little ones haven’t seen it, An American Girl: McKenna Shoots For The Stars will be coming to Netflix on August 16, 2021.
McKenna Brooks is a determined and confident young gymnast. His achievements in the world of gymnastics make Mckenna ready to enter the regional team. Unfortunately, he had difficulty following the lessons at school. Mckenna felt ashamed and desperate to keep her troubles a secret from her friends. At the same time, there was an incident at the gym that made Mckenna question his favorite gymnastics.
This film is suitable to be watched with children because it teaches about hard work and persistent effort to achieve dreams.
I Heart Arlo
Well, if I Heart Arlo is the latest series on Netflix, Mommies. Airing August 27, I Heart Arlo continues the story from the previous film, Arlo the Alligator Boy. This time,Arlo and his new friends are trying to restore the damaged environment of New York City and make it comfortable to live in. How is Arlo’s life there? Let’s watch the series with your little one.
In addition to Netflix, there is also the latest animated series from Disney+. Titled What If….?, the series will feature superheroes from the Marvel Cinematic Universe, but with a different story than those seen in previous films. For example, Yondu will take T’Challa into space, agent Peggy Carter will become Captain America, and the Captain America as we know him will become a zombie!If Mommies and Little Ones want to see the possible fates of these Marvel heroes, What If….? must watch!
Those are some recommendations for the latest children’s films in August. Happy watching with family