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Five for Families: Charlottes Web is a miracle for all ages
Dakota Fanning (pictured) as Fern in Charlotte?s Web. - photo by Deseret Connect
Here are five movies from various platforms families may want to consider. Note: Since not all are appropriate for younger children, age recommendations are included.

Netflix: 'Charlotte's Web' praised Charlottes Web as being a humble, radiant miracle for children of all ages, stating, Rather than frenetic, Charlottes Web is a lyrical, well-made, entertaining, jeopardy-filled movie that will bring tears to ones eyes tears of thanksgiving, loss, hope and joy. It is one of the most beautifully, staged, designed and photographed movies ever. The film is rated G but contains some action and slapstick violence that is very, very mild, according to recommends the film for viewers ages 5 and older.

Redbox: 'Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb' said the Night at the Museum series gives audiences fun and fond gather-the-kids memories, stating this third installment teaches lessons about growing up and encourages parents to not skim through the important moments of their kids present as it quickly becomes their past. recommends the film for viewers ages 9 and older.

Amazon Instant: 'Despicable Me 2'

According to Parents Television Council, Despicable Me 2 contains sweet messages about love, romance, loyalty and family. The website says the film contains little to concern parents but warns that it does include instances of slapstick comedy and mild toilet humor. recommends the film for viewers ages 6 and older.

Amazon Prime: 'Little Women' states that Little Women is appropriate for all ages as it contains no violence, a few polite kisses and a couple of the mildest of swears. The film may be difficult for younger viewers to understand, but the website says those who watch will be rewarded for their time. recommends the film for viewers ages 8 and older.

Netflix: 'Treasure Planet'

Common Sense Media refers to the film as a swashbuckling pirate adventure in outer space that is a delight for kids who understand the difference between reality and fantasy. The film may be scary for younger children as the main characters are repeatedly put in dangerous situations. recommends the film for viewers ages 9 and older.