One of the best gifts you could ever give Dad on Father's day is spending time together. What better way to spend time together than to sit on the couch together on a Sunday afternoon and watch a great film or two? Whether you and dad are looking for a good comedy, an action flick or a teary-eyed drama, there are plenty of amazing movies that celebrate Father's day. In no particular order, here is a list of the Top 10 movies to watch with your Dad on Father's Day.
"Father of the Bride" (1991)
Every dad with a daughter can relate to this one. A comedy about a dad who goes a little haywire in the midst of his only daughter planning her wedding and getting married. Who wouldn't want the best for their little girl?
"The Pursuit of Happyness" (2006)
A father falls on hard times, living in homeless shelters and eating in soup kitchens while trying to achieve his dreams. His son sticks by him in the ultimate show of faith and trust.
An action-suspense flick dad will love. Liam Neeson stars as a “super dad” who attempts to rescue his daughter after she is abducted in a foreign country and sold into a life of drugs and slavery.
The movie stars Adam Sandler as a single guy twho unexpectedly gets the task of taking care of a little boy. Dad can sympathize and laugh at what it feels like to figure out how to be a dad.
A classic comedy about the great lengths some dads would go to in order to spend time with their kids. Robin Williams stars as a father that sneaks into his house after a bad divorce, disguised as a nanny to spend time with his kids.
If dad is a sports fan, this is film is a MUST. A fantasy and drama about a young farmer in rural Iowa who builds a baseball diamond on his land. After the diamond is built, magical events start to happen.
"Three Men and a Baby" (1987)
Three extremely eligible bachelors get a surprise on their door step in the form of a newborn baby. You'll laugh and cry along with the famous trio as they get a crash-course in fatherhood.
Robert DeNiro stars in this movie about a working-class dad trying to protect his impressionable son from him from a powerful local crime boss.
What a classic 80s comedy! Looking back, this movie was way ahead of its time. Michael Keaton stars as a stay-at-home father who cares for the kids and cleans the house while his wife is goes off to work as the bread winner.
"National Lampoon's Vacation" (1983)
Whether you are a father or not, everyone can relate to Chevy Chase's loveable character Clark Griswold. Clark tries to do the right thing and take his family across the country on a vacation to the 'Wally World' theme park and winds up with much more than they bargained for.