The relationship between father and daughter is always special. They may not always fully understand each other, but the connection between them is certainly strong.
It is this connection AdMe.ru and dedicates this selection of family films.
Yes, it is possible.
Definitely, Maybe, 2008
Starring: Ryan Reynolds, Abigail Breslin, Isla Fisher
It is never too late to go back. and perhaps find happiness. Will Hayes – New York’s dad a little over 30. His divorce is in full swing when the 10-year-old daughter Maya starts asking her father questions about his life before marriage. Talking about all the ups and downs of his last relationship, he leaves Maya to guess which of the described girls is her mother. Having solved the riddle, she eventually helps the pope to understand how to live on, and pushes him to the right decision.
- IMDb rating – 7.2
Starring: Bruce Willis, Ben Affleck, Liv Tyler
The world’s best drilling specialist, the best asteroid fuze, and the world’s best dad. The hero of Bruce Willis sacrifices himself, but saves humanity and the groom’s only daughter. All fathers who have daughters will put a mean male tear in the farewell scene of Harry and Grace. Even a toughie like Bruce Willis.
- IMDb rating – 6.6
The Last Song, 2010
Starring: Miley Cyrus, Liam Hemsworth, Greg Kinnear
Veronica Miller, after the parents divorce, is alienated from them, especially from the father.
Despite this, she goes against his will to him for the summer, but their relationship still leaves much to be desired. Veronica’s father is a former pianist and teacher living a quiet life in a coastal town. Now he is working on a painting that will be exhibited in the local church. Trying to establish contact with his daughter, the parent resorts to the help of music, their only common interest with Veronica.
- IMDb rating – 7.4
Starring: Sean Penn, Michelle Pfeiffer, Dakota Fanning
One of the best and kindest fathers in world cinema. Sean Penn plays a mentally retarded man who fights to keep custody of his 7-year-old daughter Lucy. The girl is superior to her father in development, which does not prevent Sam from confronting social services and her illness in the fight for her daughter.
- IMDb rating – 7.6
Starring: Matthew McConaughey, Anne Hathaway, Jessica Chastain
Can you be called the best dad if you throw your children in the care of your grandfather, and you yourself take off into space to save humanity? However, the question is not that the salvation of all mankind is more important than children, but that you do it for the sake of their safety. The example of Kupa and Murphy is a clear illustration of the fact that love crosses distances both in time and in space.
- IMDb rating – 8.6
Starring: Tisyu Ryu, Setsuko Hara, Yumeji Tsukioka
The film tells the story of an elderly man who single-handedly raised his daughter and now would like to marry her, no matter how painful and bitter they are to part with each other.
- IMDb rating – 8.3
Infinitely white bear
Infinitely Polar Bear, 2014
Starring: Mark Ruffalo, Zoe Saldana, Imogen Volodarsky
Cameron is trying to get his wife Maggie back. For this, he tries to take full responsibility for their two daughters, who are not trying to facilitate his task.
- IMDb rating – 7.0
The Descendants, 2011
Starring: George Clooney, Shailene Woodley, Amara Miller
One of the first leading roles is Shaileen Woodley, who plays the eldest daughter of the hero Clooney and helps him survive all the burdens that fell right away, not acting as an understanding child, but as a wise and just friend.
- IMDb rating – 7.3
Toni Erdmann, 2016
Starring: Sandra Huller, Peter Simonishek, Michael Wittenborn
“Tony Erdmann” – one of the nominees of the last “Oscar” in the category “Best Foreign Film.” The picture of the strange relationships of even stranger father and daughter fell in love not only with a European audience, proving once again that even seemingly so different people can have a lot in common.
- IMDb rating – 7.6
The Nice Guys, 2016
Starring: Ryan Gosling, Kim Basinger, Russell Crowe
Although there are two main characters here, the daughter of Gosling’s character Holly, played by aspiring actress Engauri Rice, plays a far less important role in the development of the plot. Despite all the father’s attempts to ban Holly from interfering in the matter, she, fortunately, does not obey him. Openly criticizing the detective’s working methods, the daughter is still in the thick of things and as a result helps two careless adults to solve the crime of the century.