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Favorite childhood film?

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  • ceej15

    ceej15

    #15302256 - 7 years ago

    I dont know about you, but movies really shaped who I am today. And still to this day, I am in love with movies and watch too many. haha. But whats some of your childhood favs?

    Edward Scissorhands.
    Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory
    Harry Potter series.
    Pete's Dragon.
    The Lion King.
    Mulan.
    Hercules.

  • cp698

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    #15304352 - 7 years ago

    The childhood film I remember most fondly is "Who Framed Roger Rabbit?" I watched it just the other day and it still holds up, and now I get some of the jokes that I wouldn't have when I originally saw it.

  • Jenkies125

    Jenkies125

    #15304396 - 7 years ago

    In reply to cp698, #2:

    Who Framed Roger Rabbit? is a fantastic film! The other film I grew up watching (though I didn't understand half of what was going on) was The Blues Brothers. I used to love it just for the end when they start crashing all the cop cars and the Bluesmobile went somersaulting through the air and stuff. Good times...

  • sangreiti

    sangreiti

    #15305044 - 7 years ago

    MILO AND OTIS! XD
    (not a movie but it helped shape me) Batman The Animated Series
    and Alien

  • Stroud458

    Stroud458

    #15305192 - 7 years ago

    Mine would either be Monsters Inc or Cars.

  • Kaoru27Umi

    Kaoru27Umi Princess of Mars

    #15307201 - 7 years ago

    The Brave Little Toaster! and An American Tail...
    I still love watching those! smiley12.gif

  • sangreiti

    sangreiti

    #15308560 - 7 years ago

    In reply to Kaoru27Umi, #6:

    you win at childhood

  • spi

    spi

    #15309086 - 7 years ago

    In reply to Kaoru27Umi, #6:

    yes, thats was a great show, I was on TV maybe a year ago, still really good. Kid movies used to much creepyer back then, what happened, now they are all so happy.

  • Shortietom

    Shortietom

    #15309488 - 7 years ago

    All i ever watched was the classic Muppets films over and over again.

  • ragusa33

    ragusa33 FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold Goose Master

    #15309607 - 7 years ago

    In reply to sangreiti, #4:

    Alien? Really?! Wow. You got serious balls man!

  • ragusa33

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    #15309608 - 7 years ago

    The Lion King. Still love it to death!

  • sangreiti

    sangreiti

    #15309986 - 7 years ago

    In reply to ragusa33, #10:

    XD My parents were awesome! They really liked that I loved scary movies but they never let me see gore movies.

  • ragusa33

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    #15310096 - 7 years ago

    Uh, Alien has PLENTY of gore, dude!

  • sangreiti

    sangreiti

    #15310156 - 7 years ago

    But it is is classy! ;D

  • spi

    spi

    #15310595 - 7 years ago

    Also, don't know how i forgot this but I used to watch indiana jones all the time.

  • wandy

    wandy

    #15311778 - 7 years ago

    I would say My name is nobody and Wayne's World 1 & 2, those were the two first really good movies I liked being a child.

  • Stormwlc

    Stormwlc

    #15317836 - 7 years ago

    I absolutely loved (and still love) Big Fish, it had pretty much everything i wanted in it.

  • Whiskus

    Whiskus

    #15317920 - 7 years ago

    Hercules & Lion king defenitly c:

  • InShadowsAPs

    InShadowsAPs

    #15318095 - 7 years ago

    Homeward Bound, Mulan, Lion King, Oliver and Company, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. I like to have them around on DVD format for re-watching purposes. May my love for them never die!

  • slythytoves

    slythytoves

    #15324053 - 7 years ago

    My grandpa had the original Star Wars episodes 4-6...when we'd go over to visit, and it was my turn to pick the movie, I'd build a fort out of his sofa cushions, grab a juice box, and settle in for Empire Strikes Back!!! Ah...fond memories... :)

  • FearAgent

    FearAgent

    #15338807 - 7 years ago

    I'm ashamed to admit it, but when I we 8, I loved Batman and Robin... For shame!

  • ragusa33

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    #15339219 - 7 years ago

    In reply to FearAgent, #22:

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  • AgenTPapeR

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    #15344397 - 7 years ago

    Anything/everything Disney
    Muppets
    Looney Tunes
    Land Before Time - the first and only in my opinion
    E.T.
    Star Wars
    Star Trek - particularly Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home
    Care Bears
    Rainbow Bright and the Star Stealer
    My Little Pony movie
    Legend
    Willow
    Labyrinth
    Ferngully: The Last Rainforest
    Batman & Batman Returns

    Too many more to name. Yep, I'm a child of the 80's and early-mid 90's.

  • N7

    N7

    #15344507 - 7 years ago

    In reply to sangreiti, #4:


    (not a movie but it helped shape me) Batman The Animated Series

    Same here. Mask of the Phantasm, man!

    But if it were a movie I would probably have to narrow it down to Aladdin. Genie's the man, plain and simple.

  • sangreiti

    sangreiti

    #15344565 - 7 years ago

    In reply to vinceN7, #25:

    dude you made me watch it on netflix XD