About a month later, Father’s Day will come on 20th June! Happy Fathers Day to all your Dads though it’s a little bit earlier to say so, whatever, special days should be treated specially!
Well, How many of you can recount the last time when you and your dad watched a movie together? Not many would remember doing this in the near past. Adapting to the changing times, almost all of us have lost the essence and beauty that a relationship holds.
Here is a list of the top 5 Father’s Day movies that cross the genres and should easily appeal to most dads, but some of the movies may asked for converting format due to its incompatible, well, with Wondershare Video Converter Ultimate, you can enjoy any movies with your father as you like, no matter what format it is. Whatever, hopefully you will see something, think of your dad, and watch it with him.
Father’s Day Movie No.1—Father of the Bride
I remember seeing it when I was young and laughing as well as feeling all warm and fuzzy as ‘dear old dad’ hands off his daughter to be married and everything that can, does go wrong. It’s one of those films that you just cannot help to watch and enjoy with your entire family.
Father’s Day Movie No.2—The Godfather
The Godfather is an award-winning movie, based on the novel of the same name that was written by Mario Puzo. Directed by the Italian-American director, Francis Ford Copolla, its star cast includes Marlon Brando, Al Pacino, James Can, and John Cazale.
Father’s Day Movie No.3—Father and Son
Little can be said about the magic shared between a father and a son. Though they might not be of the same opinion or agree unanimously to a point of thought or belief every time, the unexplained understanding shred between the two bridges all the gaps, making it one of the best relationships prevalent on earth.
Father’s Day Movie No.4—The Shining
This one clearly is not for the youngster as it’s a very violent and disturbing look at a farther who goes off the tracks. That said it’s still a very good film though the film is well written with several twists and turns.
Father’s Day Movie No.5—Gold Finger
No matter how contentious things get, here’s one thing you and your dad should be able to agree on: When it comes to Bond, Sean Connery vs. Daniel Craig isn’t much of a contest. A winning combination of story and action, the film also features some of the series’ most memorable characters.
Important things like expression of love and care eludes from our daily life, with those carefully chose Father’s Day movies, why not take the perfect occasion to let your dad know that he was, is and will always be the most important person in your life.
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