Tatiana Ayazo/ Rd.com, Shutterstock There are a few versions of this movie, but the 1982 original is the best. Filled with spirit, constant movement, and music, Annie makes you feel light. You can’t help but cheer on poor Little Orphan Annie as she escapes the evil clutches of Miss Hannigan in her dreary orphanage and finds an unlikely father in billionaire Oliver “Daddy” Warbucks. If the young’ns start singing along, then it’s time to introduce them to the 10 best-ever movie musicals.
Cats Don’t Dance
Tatiana Ayazo/ Rd.com, Shutterstock Cats can dream too! An overly energetic cat named Danny dreams of seeing his names in lights and moves to Hollywood in the 1930s to break out onto the scene. The only problem is, in Tinseltown, animals don’t get starring roles. As he tries to push him and his new friends into the spotlight, he becomes the target of child starlet Darla Dimple who makes it her job to undermine their careers. But with a little faith and just the right amount of luck, they’re able to have their day in the sun. This movie is saturated with fantastic musical numbers and will have you singing long after the movie is over, thanks to musical talent of Randy Newman, Natalie Cole, and Scott Bakula. These 12 movies are known for having the best soundtracks.