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Best Easter Movies To Watch This Weekend On Netflix

Whether you're in search of a family-friendly animation or something more religious, there are plenty of Easter movies to watch this weekend on Netflix.

Easter is here! And it is the perfect time to watch some holiday movies with some roasted potatoes. From family friendly favourites to laugh-out-loud comedies Netflix offers tons of Easter movies. We have picked up top Netflix movies for Easter weekend.

This 2011 live-action movie is an adorable family-friendly comedy that follows the Easter Bunny’s son E.B. (voiced by Russell Brand), who runs away from home with dreams of being a drummer and forms an unlikely friendship with a man named Fred O’Hare played by James Marsden.

Peter Rabbit 2: The Runaway
Netflix does not have the first Peter Rabbit movie in its library, but if you’ve seen the first one from 2018 and want more, definitely check out the 2021 sequel, The Runaway. Similarly to Hop, it’s a live-action movie with CGI animated animals that are super cute. The movie follows Peter as he ditches his family for a new life he thinks will be more exciting. Of course, it doesn’t all work out that way.

A Week Away
A Week Away doesn’t take place during Easter weekend, but it’s a Christian movie with some catchy tunes worth watching. The 2021 Netflix original movie follows the character Will played by Kevin Quinn, a teenager, who after getting into trouble gets tricked into attending a church summer camp. There, he meets Avery, who he eventually falls for.

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Rise of the Guardians
Described as ‘the coolest Easter movie of them all,’ Rise of the Guardians follows Guardians Santa Claus, the Tooth Fairy, the Easter Bunny, and the Sandman, who enlist Jack Frost to stop the evil Pitch Black from engulfing the world in darkness in a fight of dreams.

Life of Brian
This 1979 classic will never get old! Life Of Brian is the story of Brian who was born one stable down and on the same night as Jesus who becomes intrigued by a young rebel, Judith. To try and impress her, Brian joins the independence movement against the Romans, the People’s Front of Judea.

However, in an attempt to hide from the Romans, he relays some of the teachings he heard from Jesus, which ends up spurring a crowd to believe he is the Messiah. While trying to get rid of his followers and reunite with Judith, he embarks on several misadventures. The movie was not without controversy on its release but has since been described as one of ‘the greatest comedy films of all time.’

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