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    We just watched Hotel Transylvania again.
    The kids love it, ages 2 and 6

    Also their favourite list and not already mentioned in previous posts,

    Muppets Most Wanted.
    Megamind.
    Escape from Planet Earth.


    Oh and a recent one which my 6 yr old loved, Gaurdians of the Galaxy.
    We loved that one too.

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    8yr old girl

    Annie (the original)
    Sound of Music
    Mary Poppins
    Never Ending Story
    Beauty and the Beast
    Princess Diaries

    (as well as any Barbie movie, Frozen etc)

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    Quote Originally Posted by BH-KatiesMum View Post
    8yr old girl

    Annie (the original)
    Sound of Music
    Mary Poppins
    Never Ending Story
    Beauty and the Beast
    Princess Diaries

    (as well as any Barbie movie, Frozen etc)
    That's funny as 7yo DD just watched Mary Poppins and didn't even want to finish it. Other than Frozen, she's not much into any princess movies and hates the Barbie ones. My niece liked them all at her age though.

    Our picks would be:
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    Rio
    Happy Feet
    3+
    Ice age series (some scary bits for that age)
    Finding Nemo (as above)
    Madagascar series
    5-7
    Lion King (sad and scary scenes)
    Toy Story
    How to train your Dragon (fighting)
    Horton hears a hoo

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    Mine are 3, nearly 7 and 9

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    Shrek
    Ice Age
    Incredibles
    The Lorax
    Rio
    Toy Story

    6/7+
    The Princess Bride
    The Goonies
    The Neverending Story
    The Adams Family
    Ever After
    StarWars
    Matilda
    All of the above have scary/upsetting moments.

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    I have a personal favourite

    Age 30+
    The emperors new groove

    I've watched it and forced it on my boys more times than I can count - love it!!

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    Just watched Paddington Bear yesterday and it was awesome! So adorable and funny. DS (almost 4) loved it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by CakeyMumma View Post
    Just watched Paddington Bear yesterday and it was awesome! So adorable and funny. DS (almost 4) loved it!
    Nice! DH and I are going to take our big two to see it - can't wait!

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    Quote Originally Posted by CakeyMumma View Post
    Just watched Paddington Bear yesterday and it was awesome! So adorable and funny. DS (almost 4) loved it!
    Kiddo wants to see that but we saw big hero 6 on Saturday and it is an absolutely fantastic movie. The previews didnt really make me think much of it but my friend saw it and said she was happy to see it again so we went.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CakeyMumma View Post
    Just watched Paddington Bear yesterday and it was awesome! So adorable and funny. DS (almost 4) loved it!
    Miss 5 has read the novel and wants to see it because of that. I think this may be the movie that teaches her that books are always better

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    Quote Originally Posted by tastychicken View Post
    I have a 5 and 7 yr old. These are some of my 5yr old's fav movies.

    Totoro
    Ponyo
    Howl's Haunted Castle
    My kids love these also. Ages 2 and 7.
    Howl's moving castle is one of my favourites.
    As well as Laputa cattle in the sky.
    Ds2 is loving lilo and stitch. All 4 of them.
    Tinker bell all 5? Both boys
    All barbie. Both boys.
    House of magic. I can not get sick of to it. Both boys.
    The lorax
    Charlie and the chocolate factory.original ! 7yr old loves
    Treasure planet.
    Titan AE
    Who framed roger rabbit.


 

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