If you're wondering what you should put on for your dad this Father's Day, here is a list of 6 great movies to check out:

'The Pursuit of Happyness' (2006)

Will Smith stars in this true story, called "The Pursuit Of Happyness." It's about Chris Gardner, a San Francisco salesman who was struggling to build a future for himself and his 5-year-old son Christopher (played by Smith's real-life son Jaden). Gardner is left to raise Christopher on his own after his girlfriend leaves him. Attempting to build a better life and future, he takes an unpaid internship in a competitive stockbroker-training program, where only one in twenty interns will make the cut.

'Father of the Bride' (1991)

In this comedy, Steve Martin plays George Banks, a man who has to come to terms with the fact that kids do grow up and leave the nest. Rather than deal with his emotions, he lets his neurosis take over. While doing so, he is driving his wife (Diane Keaton) and children almost as crazy. "Father of the Bride" is indeed a fun movie to watch.

'Finding Nemo' (2003)

Disney classic "Finding Nemo" is also another great choice. "Finding Nemo" is about a clown fish who must reach deep inside to find the inner strength to save his son (Nemo). Nemo is captured and placed in a fish tank inside a dentist's office. The movie features the voices of Albert Brooks, Ellen DeGeneres, Willem Dafoe, Brad Garrett, Allison Janney and Geoffrey Rush.

The movie proves that love can conquer all difficulties–even sharks!

'Skyfall' (2012)

In this, Daniel Craig's Bond must battle a reclusive foe who has stolen a globe-spanning list of undercover spies. Even MI6 is not safe. While not directly related to fathers, "Skyfall" is a great action film that culminates in Bond fighting for his (and M's) life at the country estate he grew up on, as well as featuring the return of classic Bond characters Q and Moneypenny.

'Nebraska' (2013)

"Nebraska" is about a man named Woody, a booze-addled father who sets out on a trip that will take him through Montana to Nebraska with his estranged son David (Will Forte). For this movie, Bruce Dern earned a best actor Oscar nomination for his portrayal of Woody. The purpose of the trip is to claim a million-dollar Mega Sweepstakes Marketing prize.

Their journey takes them through Woody's hometown, and explores the father-son dynamic that has eroded over time.

'The Wedding Banquet' (1993)

This is the second film in the "Father Knows Best" trilogy from director Ang Lee ("Brokeback Mountain," "Life of Pi"). The story features a gay Taiwanese immigrant that marries a Chinese woman to placate his parents and obtain a green card for her. Everything seems to be fine until his parents arrive in the US to make plans for his wedding banquet. This is a moving story of a family trying to build bridges between the old and the new.