Wednesday, March 27, 2013

13 Popular and nice movies to watch on Easter 2013 with your family and kids

The 2013 Easter is just around the corner. Actually, as the developing of society, the traditional holidays are not only the time for people to celebrate and commemorate, but also an great opportunity to get highly discounted items online or from physical shops.  For movie fans, a good news comes that they can get a highly discounted media solution, Total Media Converter Ultimate, capable of processing all media conversions between video, audio, DVD, Blu-ray and online videos, from the 2013 Easter Promotion. But the question may come that once they have wonderful tool to assist movie enjoying on 2013 Easter, quite few options of Easter movies are known to be chosen. Thus, I have collected some wonderful Easter movies, which are quite popular and nice for you to watch on Easter Day with your family for 2013 Easter. 
Happy Easter 2013

Amongst these:
* The First Easter Rabbit (1976) – this animation movie is the story of the first Easter bunny. When a little girl tosses her stuffed bunny, the movie goes on telling the story of the animal going out in the world and officially becoming the first Easter rabbit. 

* Winnie the Pooh – Springtime with Roo (2004) – while everyone is excited by the upcoming Easter holiday, the bunny only want to clean up. Nobody cares about cleaning. As a consequence, the bunny cancels Easter and everyone is disappointed. Then, all the movie characters spend time trying to make the bunny proclaim Easter again.

* Veggie Tales – An Easter Carol (2004) is a movie for children that borrowed the theme of the classic A Christmas Carol, adapting it for Easter.

* Here comes Peter Cottontail (1971) – Peter Cottontail is probably one of the best-known Easter bunnies. This movie tells the story of how he became famous as an Easter bunny.

* Jesus of Nazareth (miniseries of 1977) – for those seeking for a more traditional version of the Resurrection, this movie is ideal. Although it is old, the movie is probably the best and most appreciated version of all time – both due to the scenario, as well as the numerous top actors starring in it.

* It’s the Easter Beagle, Charlie Brown (1974) – although it is not the best movie of the series Charlie Brown, it has a character distribution that tries to celebrate Easter in their own way.

* Miss Potter (2006) – a movie realized only for grown-ups, staring Renee Zellweger – which points out the main events in the life of the writer Beatrix Potter. She is the one who wrote the famous books about Peter Rabbit.

* Holiday Inn (1942) – having a bit of every existent holiday, this movie attributes a generous part to Easter. This is the perfect choice for those who want a special movie because it stars Fred Astaire and the movie tells the story of all the religious holidays.

* The First Easter (2009) – if you are looking for a movie that explains the religious aspect of this holiday to the children, this one is perfect for you.

* Yogi the Easter Bear (1994) – the Yogi bear is responsible with saving the Easter bunny when he and his friend – Boo Boo – think the bunny was kidnapped. What will the visitors of Yellowstone Park do without the Easter bunny? Watch the movie to find out how the story ends.

* Monty Python’s Life of Brian (1979) – another comedy movie for grown-ups thatis filled with Monty Python’s specific humor. It also mixes some of Easter’s elements.

* Fiddler on the Roof (1971) – although it is not a classic Easter movie, it is appropriate for the season.

* Bugs Bunny Easter Funnies (1977) – an ideal children’s movie that compels all the Bugs Bunny episodes connected with Easter. If you are looking for cartoons for children that cannot pay attention to a long animation, this is the best choice.

Many of these movies give the possibility of starting a new family tradition on Easters. Just because Easter is not as popular as Christmas regarding movies, it doesn’t mean that you cannot have a tradition focused on cinematographic masterpieces dedicated to this holiday.

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