The best PG-rated fantasy films for children are enjoyable for the entire family. The Harry Potter and Chronicles of Narnia series are two well-known PG-rated children’s fantasy films. However, if you believe that the best PG children’s fantasy film isn’t as high as it should be on our list, be sure to vote it up so that it may take its proper place with the other top PG children’s fantasy movies. While a PG rating has some restrictions on what a film can do, many of these movies nevertheless have real thrills and some witty humour that appeal to both an adult and a younger audience. A group of Ranker moviegoers voted on the best PG-rated fantasy films.
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1. The Princess Bride (1987)
Director- Rob Reiner
Think back to the days when man and marshes were both swamps. That is, fire swamps. Quicksand and Large, Unusual Rodents are present. Eels that made shrill noises lived in lagoons. And Buttercup was the name of the world’s most stunning woman? So, it’s a twisted fairy tale. With all the typical fencing, chasing, escapes, and ridiculous accents. Including those like Inigo Montoya, who has spent his entire life dreaming about locating the six-fingered killer of his father. He has a huge sidekick named Fezzik. Max is the kvetching miracle worker, too. Poor stable boy Westley is loved by blonde Buttercup. However, she is chosen by the villainous Prince Humperdinck to be his princess bride when he is taken prisoner by pirates. He is slain along the way, and she is taken. But everything works out in the end.
2. Star Wars (1977)
Director- George Lucas
On a farm on Tatooine, Luke Skywalker resides with his aunt and uncle. He wants nothing more than to leave this planet and enrol in the Academy with his buddies. However, his uncle needs him for the upcoming harvest. In the meantime, a malicious emperor has seized control of the galaxy and built a powerful “Death Star” that is capable of obliterating entire planets. A key figure in the resistance, Princess Leia, obtains the Death Star’s blueprints and gives them to the droid R2-D2, which she then instructs to seek out Obi-wan Kenobi. R2-D2 ends refuge on the Skywalkers’ farm with his companion C-3PO before he gets discover. Then R2-D2 wanders out into the desert, and Luke chases him until they come find Obi-wan.
3. Harry Potter And The Chamber Of Secrets (2002)
Director- Chris Columbus
Harry Potter, who must spend his summer vacation with his muggle relatives, receives a shock when Dobby the house elf shows up unexpectedly and tells him not to go back to Hogwarts because horrible things will happen. Harry makes the decision to disregard Dobby’s advice and carry on with his pre-planned timetable. Strange and awful events are, however, taking place at Hogwarts. Students who are muggle-born are facing attacks, Harry is suddenly hearing strange voices coming from behind the walls. Along with a message painted in blood on the wall puts everyone on edge “The Secret Chamber has been unlocked. Friends Of The Heir, Take Caution “.
4. Jumanji (1995)
Director- Joe Johnston
In 1969, Alan Parrish, an inquisitive teen, finds himself in possession of Jumanji, one of the most unusual—and perilous—board games ever. The mysterious and mystical game leaves the young player stranded in the beautiful, wild forests of a mythological world. Astonished young orphaned siblings Judy and Peter Shepherd see him released in the game nearly three decades later. The now-adult Alan and the other reluctant players are now gets summon by the ferocious and never-ending pounding of the jungle’s tribal drums. As the person rolling the dice is never allow to undo what the roll has already begun.
5. Harry Potter And The Prisoner Of Azkaban (2004)
Director- Alfonso Cuaron
Harry Potter, who is approaching his third year at Hogwarts, is tired of his muggle family. He flees from them when he begins his third term and finds himself in difficulty on multiple fronts. Firstly, for utilising magic outside of school and due to the rumour that a notorious felon name Sirius Black has broken out of the wizarding prison at Azkaban and is ostensibly heading for Harry. Dementors gets summon by the school to fight Black supernaturally, but strange occurrences keep putting Harry in danger. He is thrust into a perplexing kaleidoscope of shifting shapes and alliegences where no one is what they seem to be.
6. The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring (2001)
Director- Peter Jackson
A long-lost antique ring has been discover and, in a surprising turn of events, has been given to a young Hobbit name, Frodo. Frodo must embark on a perilous journey to the Cracks of Doom after Gandalf learns that the Ring is actually the One Ring of the Dark Lord Sauron. He does not, however, travel alone. Aragorn, Boromir, Gandalf, Legolas the elf, Gimli the dwarf, Merry, Pippin, and Samwise, his three Hobbit pals, are also present. The Fellowship of the Ring must traverse mountains, snow, darkness, forests, rivers, and plains while battling evil and peril at every turn. The only chance for the Dark Lord’s rule to cease is for them to succeed in their mission to destroy the One Ring.
7. Hook (1991)
Director- Steven Spielberg
Peter Pan, who is now a ruthless merger and acquisitions attorney, is wed to Moira, Wendy’s granddaughter. Jack and Maggie are taken away by Captain James Hook, while Peter and Tinkerbell go back to Neverland. He must rediscover how to be Peter Pan in order to fight Captain Hook once more and save his children with the aid of her and the Lost Boys.
8. Beetlejuice (1988)
Director- Tim Burton
Unfortunately, a freak event has caused Adam and Barbara Maitlands, who were otherwise very happy, to pass away. After spending some time trapped in an odd limbo, the ghostly couple escapes and returns to the living world, only to find Charles and Delia Deetz, two obnoxious New York yuppies, living in their tastefully furnished New England house. Sharing their cherished home with the annoying intruders is obviously out of the question, but the Maitlands’ haunting abilities are, to put it mildly, pitiful. Only the insane, experienced exorcist with rotten teeth, Beetlejuice, can get rid of the uninvited visitors under these dire conditions.
9. How To Train Your Dragon (2010)
Director- Chris Sanders, Dean DeBlois
The young Viking Hiccup wants to help his community fight the dragons who frequently raid it back in the days of old up North on the Island of Berk. Yet Stoik the Vast, his macho father and the head of the tribe, won’t let his little, awkward, but creative son do that. Nevertheless, Hiccup steps into the fray and uses his creation to dispatch a mystifying Night Fury dragon, but he can’t bring himself to kill it. Instead, as the observant youngster discovers that his people had misunderstood the species, Hiccup and the dragon, whom he names Toothless, start a bond that will open up both of their worlds. But even as the two take off in their respective directions, they discover that they must battle the destructive ignorance that plagues their planet.
10. Night At The Museum (2006)
Director- Shawn Levy
Larry Daley, who is divorcee and unemployed, is a total loser in New York. Nick, his son, is extremely upset about his father’s impending eviction. In order to make some money and cover his expenses, Larry accepts the position of night watchman at the Museum of Natural History and replaces three ageing security officers who have recently retired. After the sun sets on his first shift, Larry quickly comes to the conclusion that nothing at the museum is quite what it seems.
As Larry discovers that an ancient Egyptian stone that gets donate to the Museum in 1950 brings these statues to life until dawn, the Museum descends into full anarchy under his inexperienced leadership. The three ancient guards try to steal the mystical stone by breaking into the Museum when Larry invites his kid to spend the night with him. To stop the crooks and save the museum, Larry gathers all the historical figures.