The Best Memorial Day Movies to Watch With the Entire Family
George M. Cohan goes to the White House to receive the Congressional Gold Medal from President Franklin Delano Roosevelt, but before he's awarded the honor, he reflects back on his life. He remembers his rise from a struggling songwriter to successful actor and composer, best known for his patriotic songs, such as "Yankee Doodle Dandy," "You're a Grand Old Flag," and "Over There."
Historian Ben Gates has been searching his whole life for a treasure that dates back to the founding of the United States. But when he and his former friend Ian Howe find a clue connecting the treasure to the Declaration of Independence, the race is on to see who can get to it first.
Captain America (also known as Steve Rogers) is trying to fix his city and adjust to modern times because he's from the past, but when a new enemy arrives, he must team up with an unexpected ally to save the day.
Mr. Incredible lives a mundane life as a regular guy on Earth with his family — but he has a secret. The Incredibles are superheroes, and when Mr. Incredible has the opportunity to battle a robot, things go very wrong, so his wife and kids must save him.
Parents will feel nostalgic when they hear "I'm Just A Bill," but Schoolhouse Rock is so much more than one song. It's a whole collection of catchy tunes that teaches viewers about the history of the United States and its government.
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