While some parents may use DVDs as a way to park their kids in front of the TV for 90 minutes of peace and quiet, there are plenty of moms and dads out there who consider movie time with the kids to be an opportunity to hang out and enjoy something together.

These parents probably know that, once you've worked your way through the Pixar and classic Disney animated catalogs, it can be tricky to find something that will both entertain the rugrats and allow the grown-ups to maintain consciousness.

Here are 10 solid movie choices that are fun for all ages:
Freaky Friday
Based on 36 critics

A woman (Jamie Lee Curtis) and her daughter (Lindsay Lohan) magically exchange bodies. Read More

Freaky Friday
In Theaters on December 17th, 1976

A sloppy teen (Jodie Foster) and her weary mother (Barbara Harris) magically trade places. Read More

The Parent Trap
In Theaters on June 21st, 1961

Disparate twins (Hayley Mills) plot to reunite their parents (Maureen O'Hara, Brian Keith). Read More

Fly Away Home
In Theaters on September 13th, 1996

Canadian (Jeff Daniels) builds plane so daughter (Anna Paquin) can lead geese south. Read More

The Parent Trap
Based on 19 critics

Separated twin sisters (Lindsay Lohan) plot to reunite parents (Dennis Quaid, Natasha Richardson). Read More

Abbott & Costello Meet Frankenstein
Not Yet Rated1948
In Theaters on October 23rd, 1998

Dracula (Bela Lugosi) wants to put porter's (Lou Costello) brain in monster's body. Read More

Black Stallion
Based on 10 critics

A shipwrecked 1940s boy (Kelly Reno) bonds with an Arabian horse. Read More

Willy Wonka & The Chocolate Factory
In Theaters on January 1st, 1971

Boy (Peter Ostrum), grandfather (Jack Albertson) tour magic factory of a confectioner (Gene Wilder). Read More

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The Five Thousand Fingers Of Dr. T
In Theaters on October 24th, 1991

Boy (Tommy Rettig) has bad dream of piano teacher (Hans Conried), 500 boys and huge keyboard. Read More

Duck Soup
Not Yet Rated1933
In Theaters on November 17th, 1933

Spies (Harpo Marx, Chico Marx) intervene when a prime minister (Groucho Marx) declares war. Read More

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The Secret Garden
Not Yet Rated1993
In Theaters on June 14th, 1993

An English orphan discovers a sickly boy and her uncle's magic garden. Read More

20,000 Leagues Under The Sea
In Theaters on December 23rd, 1954

Jules Verne's mad Captain Nemo (James Mason) shows people (Kirk Douglas, Paul Lukas) his submarine. Read More