One of the best ways to beat the heat during the summer is to head to the movies for two hours of ice cold drinks, air conditioning and some sweet family entertainment. Look below for a links to the websites of the best upcoming films for kids and families. Make sure to plan ahead so you can turn your movie outing into a red carpet event with a few of these fun movie party invitations!



Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs: Your favorite bunch of prehistoric animals is back from another thrilling adventure! Check it out in 3-D if you can—I saw “Up” in 3-D and was completely blown away!

Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince: As the Hogwarts students get older, prepare for emerging romantic relationships, emotional tumult and all the fun of adolescent wizardry in this sixth film in the Harry Potter series.

G-Force: Hamster super spies! What more could a kid ask for?

Aliens in the Attic: A bunch of kids (including Ashley Tisdale from “High School Musical”) discover that the alien mind-control technology that works on their parents doesn’t work on them. Now it’s up to the little ones to save the world from alien invasion!



Shorts: A magic rainbow rock falls from the sky in a rigid suburban community, granting wishes and creating chaos for the formerly orderly neighborhood.

Bandslam: A group of rebellious misfits joins forces with the school it-girl to defeat her evil ex-boyfriend in the upcoming battle of the bands.

Ponyo: An animated film that follows the adventures of a five-year-old boy and a goldfish princess whose fondest wish is to become human.

Goose on the Loose: A boy befriends a talking goose, and then sets out to save it from the school principal (played by Chevy Chase), who plans to fatten up the goose and cook it for Christmas dinner.

You can also look forward to Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs in September, and Where the Wild Things Are in October!

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