5 of the Cutest Easter Movies to Watch this Holiday Season

By: Chelsea Cozad

  • Hop (2011)

Start mixing the food coloring, hard boiled the eggs, and flip on the TV to this adorable spin on the tale of the Easter Bunny. Hop tells the story of the teenage son of the Easter Bunny, E.B., who wants to change his path and pursue a career as a drummer in a rock’n’roll band. He travels to Hollywood and has to defeat an evil chick, Carlos, who plots to take over Easter.

  • Rise of the Guardians (2012)

Grab the popcorn for this movie, which was nominated for a Golden Globe Award. The Easter Bunny teams up with Santa, the Tooth Fairy, the Sandman, and Jack Frost to stop villain Pitch Black from engulfing the world in darkness. How far will the guardians have to go to put an end to Pitch Black’s treachery?

  • Peter Rabbit (2018)

Head out to theaters this weekend or next to see Peter Rabbit. This movie centers on Peter Rabbit and his three sisters who battle to stay in Mr. McGregor’s garden. The bunny uses his resourcefulness and brains to put up a fight against the homeowner’s scheme to get rid of him and his sisters.

  • It’s the Easter Beagle Charlie Brown (1974)

Okay, seriously, who does not love the Peanuts? The gang is struggling to get ready for Easter and Linus tries to reassure everybody that the Easter Beagle will take care of everything. However, nobody except Sally believes his claims. Will the Easter Beagle arrive in time to help with Easter Festivities?

  • Here Comes Peter Cottontail (1971)

Peter Cottontail has just been given the title of the chief Easter Bunny after Colonel Wellington B. Bunny retired. Cottontail lives in April Valley where preparations for Easter are in full swing. January Irontail, a malicious bunny who wants to ruin ruin Easter for kids, challenges Cottontail to a contest of who can deliver the most eggs. Problem after problem arises and the prospects for a win aren’t looking too great for Cottontail. Irontail or Cottontail: who will be titled the new chief Easter Bunny?

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