Easter is one of the biggest celebrations for Christians worldwide, commemorating Jesus Christ’s death and resurrection.
But it is also a holiday that has many meanings as a symbol of rebirth, new life and renewal.
Unlike Christmas, there are not so many easy-to-find films to add to your list, but these six movies are perfect for a holiday viewing to watch solo or with your families over Easter break.
1. 6. Rise of the Guardians (2012)
When Pitch, an evil spirit, returns to planet Earth to assault children and take over the world, a group of immortal guardians including the Easter Bunny, Santa Claus, the Tooth Fairy, Jack Frost and more with extraordinary abilities join forces to protect the children. Rise of the Guardians is perfect for families that are looking to have an action packed Sunday evening. Watch Rise of the Guardians on Netflix, Prime Video, or Vudu.
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2. 5. Son of God (2014)
Son of God features Jesus whom after leaving his hometown, accumulates a huge amount of followers through his teachings and miracles. Fearing his sudden growth, his enemies plot to annihilate him in this religious drama-packed film. You are able to stream Son of God by renting or purchasing on Amazon Instant Video, Google Play, and Vudu.
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3. 4. Wallace and Gromit: Curse of the Were-rabbit (2005)
When a huge vegetable-ravaging rabbit destroys the plots right before the Giant Vegetable Competition, Lady Tottington asks Wallace and his dog, Gromit, to track the beast and rescue the village. Another perfect film to stream with the family. You are able to watch Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit by renting or purchasing on Vudu, Google Play and Amazon Instant Video.
Photo: Wallace and Gromit: Curse of the Were-rabbit
4. 3. Mary Magdalene (2018)
Mary Magdalene, a Jewish woman, becomes a true disciple of Jesus and remains with him despite being in conflict with Saint Peter. She goes on to witness the crucifixion and resurrection of Jesus. You can stream this religious drama film on Amazon Instant Video, Netflix, iTunes and Google Play.
Photo: Mary Magdalene