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    Cool runnings is another oldie but a goodie.

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    bed knobs and broomsticks
    a little princess
    little women
    look who is talking
    look who is talking 2
    look who is talking now
    gremlins
    fern gully (it is animated but has great themes)
    leprechorns

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    Two brothers

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    You've been given heaps already, my DD really loves Dolphin Tale.

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    The top non-animated movies here are:

    Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory (original)
    The Neverending Story I and II
    Labyrinth
    The Dark Crystal
    Honey I Shrunk the Kids/Blew up the Toddler/Shrunk Ourselves
    Matilda
    Freaky Friday (remake with Jamie Lee Curtis)

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    Quote Originally Posted by BH-KatiesMum View Post
    Frozen

    Frozen

    Frozen

    and - did I mention Frozen

    hahaha! Two girls in this household and I have managed to avoid Frozen (they've seen it, I haven't). Everytime I convince them of getting another movie I high five myself in my head!

    OP I love watching movies from my childhood with my kids.
    Honey I shrunk/blew up the kids.
    Ghostbusters.
    Wizard of Oz.
    Mary Poppins
    E.T.



    Side note: it amazes me how many young kids have seen Jumanji....that movie scared the beejeezus out of me when I was 12, and I have kids about 7-8 tell me how awesome and funny it is. All I can think of is how I must have been such a wimp of a kid!
    Last edited by Full House; 07-07-2014 at 22:53.

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    DD is only 3 but she loves Annie and The Sound of Music (not that she follows the storyline!).

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    Ds loves
    The wizard of oz
    Annie (though that opened up a whole kettle of questions originally, eep!)
    Mary poppins
    Chitty Chitty bang bang
    Charlie and the chocolate factory
    Labyrinth
    Cirque du soleil Varekai

    I was going to watch oliver with him but I'm not ready for that conversation either lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maia View Post
    Ds loves
    The wizard of oz
    Annie (though that opened up a whole kettle of questions originally, eep!)
    Mary poppins
    Chitty Chitty bang bang
    Charlie and the chocolate factory
    Labyrinth
    Cirque du soleil Varekai

    I was going to watch oliver with him but I'm not ready for that conversation either lol
    What kinds of questions re: Annie and Oliver? I remember loving those two movies in early primary school. Is it the orphan thing?


 

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