Keeping your children entertained when they're on summer break isn't easy. Luckily, Hollywood has a flock of new movies hitting theaters for kids of all ages. They'll be happy in the A/C, and you'll get a much-needed break. (Next, go see one of these new films with your girlfriends!)
Is there anything funnier than a talking dog? Will Arnett stars in this flick alongside Max, a Rottweiler police dog who goes undercover as a show dog to prevent a disaster.
If you raised a Star Wars fan (first of all, well done) take them to see Han Solo's latest adventure, in which he meets his future copilot Chewbacca and runs into Lando Calrissian years before joining the Rebellion.
The sequel to The Incredibles picks up where the first movie left off with the Parr family trying to figure out their new normal. But when Elastigirl (Holly Hunter) is asked to campaign for the return of the "supers," Mr. Incredible (Craig T. Nelson) finds himself at home caring for the kids — until a new villain shows up.
Owen () and Claire ( ) return to the island when a dormant volcano comes back to life and they must work together to rescue the remaining dinosaurs. But when they find out their mission was a lie, everything changes.
Paul Rudd is back as Ant-Man. This time, he attempts to balance being a father and a superhero and teams up with Wasp, played by Evangeline Lilly, for a new mission that'll uncover secrets from their past.
Dracula (voiced by Adam Sandler) is in need of a vacation from giving everyone else a vacation, so the family goes on a monster cruise. When Drac falls for the captain of the ship who's hiding a dangerous secret, it's his daughter Mavis' turn to protect him.
Introduce your kids to the best music from popular 1970s group ABBA in this sequel to Mamma Mia! (which you can stream on Netflix beforehand). This time, Sophie is pregnant and learns secrets about her mother's past.
Based on the television series Teen Titans Go!, this animated adventure follows five teenage superheroes who are in search of an archenemy in order to prove to a Hollywood director that they're worthy of a movie about them.
Ewan McGregor stars as a grown-up Christopher Robin who's lost his sense of imagination. But when Pooh and the rest of the characters from the Hundred Acre Wood show up, he begins to rediscover his younger self.
In this animated film, Channing Tatum voices a yeti named Migo who's convinced "smallfeet" (a.k.a. humans) exist and goes on a mission to prove it to his friends. Other voices you'll recognize: James Gordon, Zendaya, and Lebron James.