Easter Movies
Netflix subscribers can watch a holiday-themed movie while dyeing Easter eggs this weekend. These eggs are pictured in Spremberg, eastern Germany, April 8, 2009. Getty Images

If spring break is your time to relax, then you’ll probably open up Netflix at some point in the next few days. While it’s a great time to binge-watch “Daredevil” or “House of Cards,” some might prefer something a little more holiday-appropriate. The service has quite a few Easter-related films streaming right now. Several children’s programs have holiday specials, but there are also some options for those who prefer their Easter movies to be more religious. Check out seven films that are available on Netflix this 2016 weekend:

1. “Winnie the Pooh: Springtime With Roo” — Rabbit isn’t excited about Easter this year. Instead of preparing to play the Easter Bunny, he wants to focus on spring cleaning in this 2004 flick.

2. “Prince of Egypt” — This Academy Award-winning film from 1998 brings the book of Exodus from the Bible to the screen. Val Kilmer, Sandra Bullock and Patrick Stewart are just a few of the celebs whose voices help tell the Passover story of Moses leading the Hebrews to freedom. Watch the trailer below:

3. “Angelina Ballerina: Spring Fling” — This family-friendly special, made in 2012, shows Angelina and her friends dancing as part of the spring traditions of many different cultures.

4. “The Robe” — After seeing Jesus crucified, a man’s (Richard Burton) life is changed. The 1953 film has been an Easter standard for decades. ABC even gave the film its TV debut during Easter weekend in 1967. Watch the trailer below:

5. “Apostle Peter and the Last Supper” — After Christ’s death, Simon Peter is imprisoned, but he attempts to convert his guards by talking about his experiences as an apostle, in this 2012 drama.

6. “The Gospel Road: A Story of Jesus” — Johnny Cash wrote, produced and starred in this 1973 movie that retells the story of Jesus. The musical film also stars June Carter Cash as Mary Magdalene.

7. “The Passion of the Christ” — The controversial 2004 drama follows the last 12 hours of Christ’s life. Jim Caviezel stars as Jesus and Mel Gibson serves as director.