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29 Best Valentine’s Day Movies for Kids that You and Your Kids Will Enjoy

Besides fun games for kids on Valentine’s Day, are you looking for a fun movie for having more exciting activities? Nothing fits the Valentine’s vibe for kids better than a love-themed movie. Of course, since it’s for kids, you’ll want stories filled with sweet, simple love, like crushes or friendship. Just the hallmark movies for Valentine’s season are not enough, so we have more watching options than that!

Our list of Valentine’s Day movies for kids has lots of lovely stories that everyone in the family can enjoy together. So grab some popcorn, cuddle up, and get ready to watch a movie celebrating all kinds of love this February 14th! And, your kid will learn some romantic movie quotes and confess their friend/crush in an unexpected way – Who knows?

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1. Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse (2023)

Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse

How can three different Spider-Men be in a love triangle? Well, when you mix in multiple universes, anything can happen! Miles Morales, also Spider-Man, has a crush on Gwen Stacy, known as Ghost Spider, but she’s trapped in another dimension. 

At the same time, she’s getting closer to Hobie, the Spider-Punk, and they’re both trying to stop a danger threatening all the universes. Will they end up together? This is just the beginning; we are still determining when the next part will come out.

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2. WALL-E (2008)


WALL-E is the last robot living on Earth, and EVE shows up, making him fall in love! It’s a great animated movie for families to enjoy together. It’s also one of my favorite Disney Pixar movies. It’s not just a simple love story; it also teaches us about the environment in a very kid-friendly way.

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3. Lady and the Tramp (1955)

Lady and the Tramp

What’s cuter than two dogs eating the same strand of spaghetti and ending up nose to nose? Tramp, who’s had a rough life, and Lady, who’s always been spoiled, are different. But they still fall in love, even when Lady’s life changes with a new baby at home. This classic tale has been loved for many years and warms your heart, especially around Valentine’s Day. And it’s suitable for all ages!

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4. Beauty and the Beast (1991)

Beauty and the Beast

Emma Watson and Dan Stevens brought the story of “Beauty and the Beast” to life in a real-life movie version. It’s about a woman who loves books and meets a prince who’s been turned into a beast. The movie is filled with beautiful pictures, fun songs, and fabulous outfits.

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5. Gnomeo and Juliet (2011)

Gnomeo and Juliet

In one garden, blue and red gnomes don’t get along, all split by a fence. But that doesn’t stop Gnomeo from the blue side and Juliet from the red side from falling in love. Can their love last? Find out what happens when Juliet with her red hat and Gnomeo with his blue hat meet and fall in love, even as their families compete for the nicest garden in their town, Stratford-Upon-Avon.

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6. Winnie the Pooh: A Valentine for You (1999)

Winnie the Pooh A Valentine for You

This short and sweet movie is perfect for even the youngest kids. It’s only 22 minutes long and is all about the characters in the 100 Acre Wood. 

They feel left out because Christopher Robin is busy making a Valentine’s Day card for a girl. Owl thinks Christopher Robin has caught the love bug and tells everyone they must find a special bug called a “smitten” to improve him. So, they all go on a fun adventure in the forest to look for it.

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7. Wish Dragon (2021)

Wish Dragon

“Wish Dragon” is a fun animated movie for kids to watch on Valentine’s Day. It’s all about the strong friendship between two characters, Din and Li Na, and teaches kids that friendship is more important than stuff. 

There’s also a magical wish dragon named Long who adds lots of fun and excitement with his funny ways and big adventures. The movie shows different kinds of love, like the love between friends and the love of your own culture, making it a perfect story for Valentine’s Day.

Watch on Netflix 

8. Shrek (2001)

Shrek (2001)

Shrek and Fiona don’t hit it off at first, but they soon find out they’re not so different. Shrek goes on a mission to bring Fiona to Lord Farquaad to regain his swamp. Donkey, his funny sidekick, joins him. Lord Farquaad wants to marry Fiona, but her friendship with Shrek and Donkey and her hiding big secrets change everything. Ultimately, love can pop up when you least expect it!

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9. Enchanted (2007)

Enchanted (2007)

In the movie “Enchanted,” Giselle, a naive and kind character voiced by Amy Adams, jumps from her cartoon world into our real one. She becomes a real person and meets Robert, played by Patrick Dempsey, a skeptical divorce lawyer. If you love this movie, check out the sequel, “Disenchanted,” next.

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10. Tangled (2010)

Tangled (2010)

This movie is full of love, laughs, and Rapunzel’s incredible hair. Rapunzel has been in a tower all her life, dreaming about the outside world. One Day, Flynn Rider, the kingdom’s most charming thief, climbs into her tower. Rapunzel, who has amazing long golden hair, captures him. On her 18th birthday, she goes with Flynn, her chameleon Pascal, and Maximus, the horse, to see the floating lights in the kingdom.

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11. Miraculous: Ladybug & Cat Noir, The Movie (2023)

Miraculous: Ladybug & Cat Noir, The Movie

Ladybug and Cat Noir are superheroes who secretly like each other, but they don’t know they are Marinette and Adrien, classmates in their normal high school life. This Netflix musical movie goes back to the beginning to show how they became superheroes and got into this confusing situation.

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12. Hotel Transylvania (2012)

Hotel Transylvania

Hotel Transylvania is a colorful and fun animated movie for kids aged seven and up. It tells the story of Dracula and his daughter’s friendship, as well as the romance between Mavis and Jonathan. The film is filled with romantic messages about love, friendship, and acceptance. “Hotel Transylvania” is not just entertaining; it also teaches kids about caring and understanding others.

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13. Up (1998)

Up (1998)

The start of this Pixar movie shows that love can lead to loss in a really sad, quick way. The rest of the movie has a house flying with balloons, talking dogs, and excited Wilderness Explorers that kids will love. But it also has a sad feeling underneath because of the loss, which might make parents feel emotional.

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14. Little Women (2019)

Little Women (2019)

“Little Women” is a movie based on a famous book by Louisa May Alcott. It stars young Winona Ryder, Kirsten Dunst, and Christian Bale. The movie is about the love and family life of four sisters and their mom. If you like this movie, check out the newer version made by Greta Gerwig, too.

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15. Anastasia (1997)

Anastasia (1997)

This animated movie is a romantic musical about Anastasia, the last surviving person of the Romanov family from Russia. A bad guy named Rasputin is trying to catch her, but Anastasia teams up with two tricksters, Vladimir and Dimitri, to find her grandmother, the Dowager Empress. Along the way to Paris, Anastasia and Dimitri, who used to work for her family, fall in love.

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16. Trolls (2016)

Trolls (2016)

The Trolls are bright, colorful, and always happy, trying to spread love and joy everywhere. But their fun world gets in trouble when the grumpy Bergens show up and want to stop all the happiness. 

This movie has many great songs, including some by Justin Timberlake, that will make everyone want to sing and dance. It’s a great movie to watch again, especially since the third Trolls movie, “Trolls Band Together,” just came out in theaters and isn’t online yet.

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17. The Princess Diaries (2001)

The Princess Diaries (2001)

When a 15-year-old girl learns she’s a princess, her life gets flipped around. This movie is okay for everyone to watch, but older kids might get the ups and downs and the awkward romances of Mia Thermopolis, played by Anne Hathaway, as she navigates her teen years.

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18. The Fault in Our Stars (2014)

The Fault in Our Stars

John Green’s big hit is a real emotional journey, whether you’re reading the book or watching the movie. Hazel and Gus’ story is about love, tears, and many feelings, especially when these two cancer teenagers meet in a support group. They quickly become close. You’ll want to have some tissues ready for this one. It’s rated PG-13.

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19. It Takes Two (1995)

It Takes Two (1995)

Want to remember the ’90s? “It Takes Two” stars Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen as Amanda and Alyssa, two girls who look identical but aren’t related. They devise a plan to get a nice social worker with Alyssa’s rich dad so Amanda can be adopted.

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20. Madly Madagascar (2013)

Madly Madagascar (2013)

Valentine’s Day was Alex the lion’s favorite when he was in the zoo. But in Africa, he has to think of new ways to celebrate it. Meanwhile, everyone loves Marty because he got a love potion from King Julian, who sold it to all the animals in the Savannah. This fun Valentine’s-themed animated movie might make you laugh a lot.

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21. Z-O-M-B-I-E-S (2018)

Z-O-M-B-I-E-S (2018)

In this musical with a sci-fi spin, there’s a town where an accident at a power plant turned half the people into zombies. A wall separated the zombies and humans until the government made Z-bands, which stopped the zombies from wanting to eat brains. This lets zombies and humans hang out again. During this time, a zombie football player and a human cheerleader fall in love. They have to hide their relationship from everyone they know.

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22. The Princess and The Frog (2009)

The Princess and The Frog

This Disney movie is about Tiana, a waitress with big dreams of opening a restaurant in the colorful city of New Orleans. It’s a story filled with love and friendship. Tiana’s life changes when she meets Prince Naveen, who’s been turned into a frog. They start an adventure together and grow close. 

The movie shows that love is more about who you are than how you look or how rich you are, which is a great message for kids. Plus, it’s got fun animations, cool characters, and music that are perfect for everyone to enjoy. 

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23. Be My Valentine, Charlie Brown (1975)

Be My Valentine, Charlie Brown

No matter which holiday, there’s always a Charlie Brown show to evoke various feelings. In this one, Charlie wishes for many cards at his school’s Valentine’s Day party, and Linus wants to give a gift to his teacher. But, in the typical Peanuts style, only some get what they hoped for.

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24. Elemental (2023)


In Pixar’s “Elemental,” the world has four types of people: Fire, Water, Air, and Earth. When someone from one group falls for someone from another, they face a big challenge. They must see if their love can survive without causing trouble for themselves or their families. The movie isn’t about Valentine’s Day, but it explores the idea of whether love can overcome big obstacles.

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25. The Addams Family (1991)

The Addams Family

Put aside the wild parts where Pugsley and Wednesday are after each other, the spooky story of Uncle Fester, and even that catchy theme song. At its heart, “The Addams Family” is really about the sweet love story between Gomez and his mysterious wife, Morticia. Kids will enjoy the funny and dark parts, but the love story is something everyone can appreciate too.

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26. The Little Rascals (1994)

The Little Rascals

Spanky and his club, the He-Man-Woman-Haters Club, want to win the soapbox car race. But things get tricky when Spanky and the others are thrown off by their friend Alfalfa, who is busy falling in love with Darla. The big questions are: Will the boys be okay with Alfalfa’s new romance? Will Darla like someone else? And who will win the race? (Also, it’s a good idea to watch the original movie from the 1930s too!)

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27. The Princess Bride (1987)

The Princess Bride

“The Princess Bride,” written by the late William Goldman, is a well-loved movie filled with quotes, adventure, and a love story about Buttercup, a pretty farm girl, and her beloved Westley. The movie is set up as a story of a grandfather in Chicago who tells his sick grandson to cheer him up, taking us into a world of fantasy and fun.

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28. The Sleeping Beauty (1959)

The Sleeping Beauty

Princess Aurora got an evil curse when she was just a little girl. She had to hide away with her fairy godmothers for a long time until the curse got weaker. She liked to walk around the forest where she lived, and one Day, she danced with a handsome prince. But the curse was powerful, making Aurora fall into a deep sleep. Only a true love’s first kiss can wake her up.

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29. Tuck Everlasting (2002)

Tuck Everlasting

Is living forever good or bad? That’s what Winnie Foster has to figure out. She meets the Tucks, a family that can’t die because of a secret they have. Winnie likes Jesse Tuck a lot, and he likes her back. She’s terrified of dying and has to decide if she wants to live forever and be with Jesse or not.

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Bottom Line 

As we wrap this up, no Valentine’s Day activity beats watching a charming Valentine’s Day movie with the kids. These Valentine’s movies for kids bring loads of laughter and spark wonderful conversations about love and friendship. I love seeing their little eyes light up during the funny parts and the warm hugs during the sweet moments. So, let’s make this Valentine’s a day to remember with a fantastic movie that the kids will adore. 

Blake Simpson

Hi, I’m Blake from Loveable. I help people find perfect gifts for occasions like anniversaries and weddings. I also write a blog about holidays, sharing insights to make them more meaningful. Let’s create unforgettable moments together!

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