What is your favourite childhood movie?

Discussion in 'Movies, Music and TV' started by melodyeye, 6 July 2010.

  1. melodyeye

    melodyeye Banned

    Can anyone remember their favourite childhood movie?
    I had a favourite but I forgot the name and now I am sad :( I would love for a little reminder of some of the movies that came out during everyone's childhood.
  2. moonlite

    moonlite Well-Known Member

    mine would have to be WIZARD OF OZ
  3. Rewind. 1969. NY. Me and Dad at the movies.

    Film ?? ' Oliver '. Have loved it ever since and fostered my love affair with England.
  4. Guitarist Chick

    Guitarist Chick Well-Known Member

    Beetlejuice, Cry Baby, Edward Scissorhands, The Goonies :D
  5. That's_So_Fetch

    That's_So_Fetch Well-Known Member

    I have too many Childhood Favourites:

    The Sandlot, Willow, Flight of the Navigator, Teen Wolf, Stand By Me, The Goonies, The Neverending Story, Short Circuit 2, Big, The Mighty Ducks (1-3), Who Framed Roger Rabbit, Gremlins, Mrs. Doubtfire, Honey I Shrunk The Kids, Drop Dead Fred, Clueless, Homeward Bound, and more.

    Maybe your favourite is in there somewhere.

    But my favourite has to be The Sandlot. I had a huge crush on Mike Vitar who played Benjamin Franklin Rodriguez. I would recommend it to everyone and i think it might even be on YouTube :).

  6. Blue Butterfly

    Blue Butterfly Well-Known Member

    'Peter no-tail' I think thats what it was called, cant really remember the name so it might not be! It was a cartoon film about a cat.
  7. kenshin112

    kenshin112 Gotta Make A Change

    stand by me
    weird science
    weekend at bernies
    about last night
    st elmos fire
  8. Fat-Boy-Slimmin

    Fat-Boy-Slimmin On a mission

    I suppose it depends on what age you are talking about.

    I have an older brother, so was in to horror movies way before I should have been. Some of the highlights (roughly in release order) were:

    Night of the Living Dead
    Dawn of the Dead
    Amityville Horror
    The Fog
    Friday 13th
    American Werewolf in London
    Evil Dead
    The Thing
    Nightmare on Elm Street
    Day of the Dead
  9. 10st10lbs

    10st10lbs Well-Known Member

    Matilda! The Goonies, Big, Mrs Doubtfire, Grease (childhood movie? YES!), ermmm...
  10. rubyangel

    rubyangel skinny jeans-im on my way

    oooh watership down for me,those likkle bunny rabbits.
  11. 10st10lbs

    10st10lbs Well-Known Member

    Johnny five, you're alive! :8855: xxx
  12. That's_So_Fetch

    That's_So_Fetch Well-Known Member

    I loved that movie, especiallly the ending when he goes all Rambo, lol.

  13. That's_So_Fetch

    That's_So_Fetch Well-Known Member

    Aww man i totally forgot about about Matilda, and i've seen it a billion times, lol.
  14. Christiana

    Christiana Mens sana in corpore sano

    Legend (dir. Ridley Scott) was my favourite childhood movie...so much so that I am still looking to buy the US version with the Tangerine Dream soundtrack and original run time (I believe the European version is shorter). I love 80's/90's movies too, so I must of course also add anything by John Hughes, Tim Burton and John Waters. Because they're awesome. :D
  15. Fat-Boy-Slimmin

    Fat-Boy-Slimmin On a mission

  16. That's_So_Fetch

    That's_So_Fetch Well-Known Member

    Awww, the secret garden, i forgot about that, lol. Brings back alot of memories xx
  17. 10st10lbs

    10st10lbs Well-Known Member

    Stuart Little! And Hook, how could I forget Hook?
  18. Christiana

    Christiana Mens sana in corpore sano

    Oh my God, you're awesome. Thank you!
  19. That's_So_Fetch

    That's_So_Fetch Well-Known Member

    I watched 'Steven King's It' last night, i was SO scared of it when i watched it when i was younger but not at all last night, lol. But having said that i did have some scary nightmares last night. So no more horrror movies for me, lol. xx
  20. Christiana

    Christiana Mens sana in corpore sano

    OMG, I watched 'IT' as a kid too...it is responsible for my coulrophobia!

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