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Top 20 All Time Easter Movies You Must See


Get into the holiday mood with these festive Easter movies, which are suitable for both adults and children of all ages. If you've had a full day of eating and egg hunting, you may simply want to snuggle up in front of the television and watch a holiday movie.

The films listed here will make you laugh, weep, smile, and maybe even have a need for chocolate in your stomach. Bring your Easter movie marathon to your living room and watch anything from religious representations to cartoon masterpieces.

Best Easter Movies
Best Easter Movies

Here Are Best Easter Movies For Kids

Ben-Hur (2016)

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During the period of Roman rule in Judea, the tale of Judah Ben-Hur, a member of Jerusalem's Jewish aristocracy, is told in the play Ben-Hur.

The film, which is set in the same time period as the Bible, provides historical background for Jesus' life and crucifixion.

BEN-HUR Trailer (2016) - Paramount Pictures

Peter Rabbit (2018)

In this season's adaptation of the beloved children's book, the rambunctious Peter Rabbit (voiced by James Corden) competes for the favor of his kind-hearted neighbor (Rose Byrne) against his notorious adversary, Mr. McGregor, who is portrayed by Christopher Walken (Domhall Gleeson).

The partially-animated movie is a joyful and hilarious retelling of the famous story that will have you in the mood for the holiday season in no time.

PETER RABBIT - Official Trailer (HD)

It's The Easter Beagle, Charlie Brown (1974)

Although this Charles M. Schulz Peanuts special first aired on television in 1974, it has remained a favorite to this day. In this narrative, Linus, Lucy, and the rest of the group face off against the Easter Beagle, in the same vein as the previous holiday tales about Christmas trees and the Great Pumpkin before them.

A nostalgic cartoon tells a lovely tale about egg hunts and friendship in a nostalgic style. This timeless treasure may be enjoyed by the whole family. The charming antics of Woodstock and Snoopy are sure to put anybody in a good mood. These are the funniest family movies that adults will really enjoy as much as children.

It's the Easter Beagle, Charlie Brown - Snoopy

The Dog Who Saved Easter (2014)

You can't go wrong with a movie in which the main character is a dog.. While his family is away on a vacation, everyone's favorite yellow lab, Zeus, is taken to doggie daycare while they are away. A competing daycare across the street sends in criminals to force the daycare where Zeus is staying to close.

Zeus is not happy about this. Zeus and his puppy pals rescue the day (and Easter) by dumping Easter eggs on the heads of the evil guys and ensuring that they are all apprehended while also ensuring that all of the canines are kept safe. Take your egg designs to the next level this Easter with these one-of-a-kind ideas for Easter egg decorating.

The Dog Who Saved Easter Trailer

The Secret Life Of Pets 2 (2019)

The Secret Life of Pets 2 is a sequel to one of the most popular animated comedies of the past several years, in which Max the terrier and his pals go on a tense vacation to the countryside.

As it turns out, dogs have secretly developed movie celebrity voices the film stars Patton Oswalt, Kevin Hart, Eric Stonestreet, and Harrison Ford. who makes his voice acting debut! In an age when we are always surrounded by our dogs, here's a chance to observe what they get up to while you're not around.

The Secret Life Of Pets 2 | Official Trailer [HD] | Illumination

Easter Movies Animated List

Pieces Of Easter (2013)

In this classic Easter film, we are treated to a tale that we have seen many times before. While driving across the nation to see her family for Easter, Alza's vehicle breaks down. She is a young executive who is going across the country to visit her family for Easter. Last resort, she finds herself on the porch of a farmer named Lincoln, who wants to be left alone for the time being.

A bargain is struck and he drives her the remaining distance to her home with her family. They get themselves into all kinds of ridiculous situations while also arguing and becoming closer as a result of their experiences. These are the greatest romantic films of all time, in no particular order.

Pieces of Easter Trailer

Wallace And Gromit: The Curse Of The Were-rabbit (2005)

If you're looking for larger-than-life bunnies, you won't find a better choice than Aardman's one and only feature-length film in the famous claymation series.

This comedy, which has a cast befitting a big-budget remake (including Ralph Fiennes and Helena Bonham Carter) while maintaining all of the fun of the original shorts, will have the whole family laughing out loud! Adults will like the film's smart allusions as well, as it parodies everything from King Kong to Top Gun and everything in between.

Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit (2005) - Wallace Transforms Scene (5/10) | Movieclips

The Prince Of Egypt (1998)

Although Charlton Heston's live-action Moses appears a little lower down on our list, this 1998 animated version of the story may be a better option for the younger audience. It is a retelling of the Book of Exodus, replete with a superb voice cast that includes Val Kilmer, Ralph Fiennes, Michelle Pfeiffer, and Sandra Bullock, as well as the obligatory catchy songs, in this animated film.

After the release of this film, Whitney Houston and Mariah Carey released the smash single When You Believe, which went on to win Best Original Song at the 1999 Academy Awards for Best Original Song.

The Prince of Egypt (1998) - Deliver Us Scene (1/10) | Movieclips

Easter Yeggs (1947)

This animated short from the Looney Tunes series was first shown in 1947. Bugs Bunny and Elmer Fudd made cameo appearances in the film. Bugs Bunny fills in for the Easter Bunny and delivers eggs to a few children's homes in the process.

After finding the children to be a bit too greedy, he informs the Easter Bunny that he will not be returning, but the Easter Bunny persuades Bugs to visit a few more homes before giving up. The result is that he ends up at the home of Elmer Fudd, also known as the "wabbit hunter," and the famous chase between the two characters starts.

One of the greatest Easter movies to watch if you want to take a journey down memory lane with the Looney Tunes characters. Watch the 100 funniest movies of all time for even more belly laughs.

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Hank And Mike (2008)

Hank and Mike is a funny comedy that follows two Easter bunnies who lose their jobs when the holiday company reduces the number of Easter eggs available.

Hank & Mike - Official Trailer [HD]

Easter Movies About Jesus List

The Last Temptation Of Christ (1988)

You should see Martin Scorsese's crazy 1988 film featuring Willem Dafoe as God's son, a humble guy who takes the tough choice to accept his mission in life if you truly want to think about Jesus Christ's existential essence and his sacrifices.

A vivid, hallucinogenic, and unfiltered portrayal of that time period as imagined by Scorsese, the film is a must-see.

The Last Temptation of Christ (1988) - Official Trailer

Rise Of The Guardians (2012)

These seasonal characters have never looked better than they do in this 3-D computer-animated adventure. The Easter Bunny, Santa Claus, the Tooth Fairy, the Sandman, and Jack Frost are all brought to life in ways you've never seen before.

The fantasy figures get together to create the Guardians, who are reimagined as superhero-like guardians, in order to prevent the evil spirit Pitch from taking over the planet. A number of real-life acting luminaries contribute their voices to the film, including Chris Pine, Alec Baldwin, Hugh Jackman, Isla Fisher, and Jude Law, who all lend their voices to the film.

Rise of the Guardians: Official Trailer

The Passion Of The Christ (2004)

Mel Gibson directed this immensely famous tale about the anguish of Jesus' last twelve hours, which has become a classic. During its first theatrical run in 2004, Gibson's picture brought spectators to tears. It went on to become a surprise hit, earning the highest box office gross ever for an R-rated picture, a distinction it maintained until the end of last year (when Deadpool took the lead).

Like Jesus, James Caviezel delivered an outstanding performance. The picture's unflinching portrayal of violence distinguishes it from other works in the genre. With this film, Gibson hoped to bring viewers closer to the reality of Jesus' suffering while also re-establishing and bolstering the Christian faith. Consider viewing these beautiful Easter photographs after watching one of these Easter movies to get a better understanding of how the event was celebrated in earlier times.

The Passion of the Christ - HD (Trailer)

Easter Parade (1948)

Easter Parade is a famous MGM musical from the Golden Age of Hollywood, starring Judy Garland and Fred Astaire, and it is the ideal nostalgic escapist for the holiday weekend.

The story revolves around the holiday when a Broadway star and a chorus girl fall in love, and it ends in a proposal that takes place during the Easter Parade, of course.

Easter Parade | Digital Trailer | Warner Bros. Entertainment

The Chronicles Of Narnia: The Lion, The Witch, And The Wardrobe (2005)

Disney's 2005 blockbuster adaptation of the famous C.S. Lewis' novel produced a wonderful Lord of the Rings-esque fantasy epic that was appropriate for younger children while still including spectacular combat sequences that were fit for adults as well.

For the more mature spectator, the Christian connections are obvious, making Easter the ideal occasion to reconnect with the Pevensie children, Mr. Tumnus, and the rest of the cast and crew. Despite the fact that the series failed in the following years, this initial picture remains a high point in the history of children's fantasy.

The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe Trailer | Movieclips Classic Trailers

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Chicken Little (2005)

In addition to being Disney's first completely computer-animated picture (as well as one of their earliest ventures into 3D), this frequently overlooked short from 2005 has a charming ensemble of animal characters that will keep the youngsters delighted this Easter.

No one believes Chicken Little, played by Zach Braff when he becomes certain that the sky is falling in the film. Until the aliens begin to infiltrate the planet.

Chicken Little (2005) Trailer #1 | Movieclips Classic Trailers

Zootropolis (Zootopia) (2016)

Despite the fact that there are no Easter festivities in this country, a tough bunny is the hero of one of Disney's greatest blockbusters in recent years. It follows rookie rabbit policeman Judy Hopps as she joins up with con artist fox Nick Wilde to uncover a conspiracy in the fictional city of Zootropolis (commonly known as Zootopia outside of the United Kingdom).

In addition to grossing over $1 billion worldwide, it is considered to be one of the greatest contemporary Disney films. We awarded it a perfect five-star rating.

Zootopia Official US Trailer #2

Hop (2011)

This family-friendly comedy from the creators of Despicable Me weaves together animation and real characters to tell the story of the Easter Bunny and his son, E.B., who sets off for Hollywood in quest of rock n' roll fame and finds it instead.

As he meets Fred (James Marsden), he gets into some hilarious mischief, and the two of them band together to preserve Easter.

Hop | Trailer 1 | Illumination

Risen (2016)

Following the crucifixion of Jesus, a Roman Centurion named Clavius goes on a quest to find his corpse, which goes missing mysteriously. Joseph Fiennes stars as Clavius, a gritty Game of Thrones-style period drama, with Joseph Fiennes as Jesus' body.

Clint Eastwood and Cliff Curtis co-star as the funky Christ, in whom Clavius finds redemption. It's the Easter tale told through the lens of Gladiator, complete with amazing production value, gore aplenty, and some of the best performers in the country.

RISEN Official Trailer - In Theaters Now!

The Ten Commandments (1956)

A classic Charlton Heston performance leads this epic tale of Moses and his battle with the Pharaoh of Egypt, who has been alienated from his brother. Yul Brenner takes on the role of King Ramses, his brother, with the same confidence. Director Cecil B. DeMille created the sweeping widescreen grandeur of old Hollywood in this Best Picture winner, which won the Academy Award for Best Picture. When God appeared as a talking Burning Bush on stage, Heston supplied the voice for God.

The Ten Commandments was a box-office smash when it was released, and people continue to go to theaters to see it every Easter. It is a tale of faith that is made all the more compelling by the spectacular visual effects. The dividing of the Red Sea is breathtaking every time you see it, and it was much more spectacular in the days before computer-generated imagery (CGI)! Discover why Easter is celebrated on a different Sunday every year.

THE TEN COMMANDMENTS | Official Trailer | Paramount Movies

What Should I Watch For Easter?

  • I Can Only Imagine
  • Hop
  • Peter Rabbit
  • It's the Easter Beagle, Charlie Brown
  • Jesus Christ Superstar
  • Easter Under Wraps
  • Easter Parade
  • Risen
  • The Passion of The Christ
  • Miss Potter

What Films Are On TV Over Easter 2021?

  • Scoob!, Now TV
  • Ant and Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway, 7 pm ITV
  • Pointless Celebrities, 7:30 pm, BBC One
  • A Life in Ten Pictures, 9 pm, BBC Two
  • Easter from King’s, 7 pm, BBC Two
  • Casualty, 8:20pm, BBC One
  • Alan Carr’s Epic Gameshow, 8:35 pm, ITV
  • Keeping Faith, 9 pm, BBC One

Are There Any Easter Movies On Netflix?

  • I Can Only Imagine
  • Jesus Christ Superstar
  • Hop
  • Risen
  • The Passion of The Christ
  • Miss Potter
  • Peter Rabbit
  • It's the Easter Beagle, Charlie Brown
  • Easter Parade
  • Easter Under Wraps
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