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    Default Kids movies

    So dd1 has started watching kids movies but not animated so the likes of diary of a wimpy kid, dear dumb diary ect

    So just wondering what your kids favourite's are

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    How old is your DD? DS is 8 and loves Willy Wonka, Sharkboy & Lavagirl and Hook.

    We watched Howls Moving Castle recently and he's now obsessed with it - it's anime, so still animated but not Disney or Pixar style animation.

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    The wizard of oz, the buddies series of movies is cute.

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    DD loves Matilda and Princess Diaries

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChickyBee View Post
    How old is your DD? DS is 8 and loves Willy Wonka, Sharkboy & Lavagirl and Hook.

    We watched Howls Moving Castle recently and he's now obsessed with it - it's anime, so still animated but not Disney or Pixar style animation.
    8 in November

    Thanks don't think we have seen lava girl or hook

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    Spy Kids, Big Fat Liar, Like Mike, The parent trap, Freaky Friday (those last 2 have 2 versions), Free Willy, The little rascals (there is a new version of this now as well), Richie Rich, Oliver, Mary Poppins, Annie, Cat in the hat, Cinderella Story, Bridge to Terabithia, the Secret Garden

    These are all the kids ones I can see that aren't animated in our collection.

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