One of the best ways to bond with the family is to binge over a playlist of movies. And this father’s day, treat your dad with a get together with the fambam with a flick showing spree! Prepare the popcorn and choose the movies to watch on these stream services – Netflix and HBO Go. Now available for subscription with your Sky account. Click HERE to know more.
- Like Father. (Netflix)
After she’s left at the altar, Kristen Bell who plays a workaholic advertising executive ends up on her Carribean honeymoon cruise with her estranged father (Seth Rogen)
2. Fundamentals of Caring (Netflix)
A writer (Paul Rudd) retires after a personal tragedy and becomes a disabled teen’s caregiver. When the two embark on an impromptu road trip, their ability to cope is tested as they start to understand the importance of hope and friendship.
3. The Week of (Netflix)
Two fathers with opposing personalities come together to celebrate the wedding of their children. They are forced to spend the longest week of their lives together, and the big day cannot come soon enough.
4. Despicable ME (Netflix)
Gru, a criminal mastermind, adopts three orphans as pawns to carry out the biggest heist in history. His life takes an unexpected turn when the little girls see him as their potential father.
5. Hotel Transylvania (Netflix)
Dracula, who owns a high-end resort for monsters, attempts to keep his daughter from falling in love with Jonathan, a human.
6. Dangal (Netflix)
Mahavir Singh Phogat, a former wrestler, decides to fulfil his dream of winning a gold medal for his country by training his daughters for the Commonwealth Games despite the existing social stigmas.
7. Kingsman (Netflix)
Gary ‘Eggsy’ Unwin faces several challenges when he gets recruited as a secret agent in a secret spy organisation in order to look for Richmond Valentine, an eco-terrorist.
Well, the story doesn’t really revolve around a father and son relationship, but Harry Hart’s such a good father figure for Eggsy.
8. War of the Worlds (HBO Go)
Ray Ferrier, a dockworker, is ready to spend a weekend together with his children. However, an alien tripod descends on Earth threatening to wipe out humanity.
9. Ip Man (HBO Go)
Ip Man is a series of Hong Kong biographical martial arts films based on the life events of the Wing Chun master of the same name. The progenitor of the series was Ip Man, which followed by two sequels – Ip Man 2, Ip Man 3, the spin-off Master Z: Ip Man Legacy and another sequel Ip Man 4: The Finale.
Also not really about fatherhood and family, but most Asian dads love some good ‘ol martial arts action, don’t they?
10. The Son of BigFoot (HBO Go)
Adam goes through many adventures till he finally meets his long-lost father who happens to be the legendary Bigfoot. He also discovers that he is gifted with magical powers.
11. Beauty and The Beast (HBO Go)
Belle, a village girl, embarks on a journey to save her father from a creature that has locked him in his dungeon. Eventually, she learns that the creature is an enchanted prince who has been cursed.
Though the focus of the story is about Belle and the Beast, we can’t just get over the love between Maurice and Belle. <3
12. Finding Nemo (HBO Go)
After his son gets abducted from the Great Barrier Reef and is dispatched to Sydney, Marlin, a meek clownfish, enlists the help of a forgetful fish and embarks on a journey to bring him home
13. Mr. Popper’s Penguins (HBO Go)
Tom spends more time at work than with his children. However, when his father sends him penguins as a gift, they help him bond with his children.
14. Dad for Rent (HBO Go)
Since an unemployed, immature man has let his daughter down so many times, the daughter decides to put him up for rent. The decision begins a journey of maturity, love and learning how to grow up.
Check out more movies to watch over streaming services Netflix, Vui and HBO Go that’s available through hassle free subscription via the SKY service today. Read more HERE.