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Discussion in 'the Entertainment Spot' started by purplelucrezia, Mar 8, 2004.
I wanted to bump this thread
Those above plus Student Exchange, Teen Witch, Willow, The Goonies, the Princess Bride and Troop Beverly Hills - I love how Shelley Long remakes her uniform.
My picks would have to be:
The Wizard of Oz
Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (can't wait to see the newer one aswell!)
Alice in Wonderland
Dot and the Kangaroo
Aladin and all the other disney movies too!
Dot the Kangaroo aaw I forgot about that movie....
It was so cute wasn't it?
I was at a garage sale and someone was selling it the other week - brought back so many nice memories
I loved Disney movies (still do! ) I think my favorite was Sleeping Beauty. I loved the fairies and how they baked the cake and make her dress change colors.
i loved wizard of oz and return to oz- it is on cable in aus at the moment-
- the labrynth
- alice in wonderland (the one with sammy davis jnr and shelley winters)
- the snow queen
- bedknobs and broomsticks
- star wars episode 2
- mary poppins
- willy wonka
Disney's Cinderella, Little Mermaid, Mulan
Home Alone and Home Alone: Lost in NY
My father the hero
-Beauty and the Beast
-Wizard of Oz
-The Snow Queen
I think I loved most Disney films as a child
Okay, I don't think anyone will remember this, but there was this movie when I was younger that I loved.
All I know was that it was about a princess troll, who likes this troll who works for her or something.
They had these eggs that hatch all these little trolls (or birds?) and they each had a specific personality. One was like a painter, and I don't remember the other ones. They helped the worker troll get the princess troll.
Yes, it was as completely cheesy as it sounds, but I adored it. Does anyone know the name?
^ i don't know the name of the movie, but that description Day was just hilarious! i cheese!!!
I loved all Candy movies. And My Little Pony
My friends and I still say that to each other! Sean Astin was adorable.
haha I remember being so scandalized by her bathing suit and I was only a kid. That girl grew up to be in Roswell and Gray's Anatomy right?
In addition to Return to Oz:
Anne of Green Gables & Sequel
Wind in the Willows (stop motion animation version)
Alice Through the Looking Glass
Jane Eyre (bbc with timothy dalton)
The Little Mermaid
Beauty and the Beast
The Witches (with Angelica Huston)
Star wars 4, 5, 6
The Sandlot (Mike Vitar )
The Mighty Ducks
All Dogs go to Heaven
Troop Beverly Hills
Father of the Bride
The Rescuers (I remember the little girl spelling “trouble” as trubble, I think so cute)
The Secret Garden
A Little Princess
Hazard of the Hearts
Magical Princess Gigi
Out of Africa (love period dramas even now)
Neverending Story (first one)
Land Before Time
Narnia chronicles (bbc - can't wait for the new one!)
The Indian in the Cupboard
Can’t buy me love
The Mouse & the Motorcycle (was that a movie or tv show? can't recall)
La Bamba & - my gran LOVED this movie so I was made to watch with her at least 10 times. But I love it, reminds me of her now.
Any Care Bears, My Little Pony, Rainbow Brite movie.
edit: ahh I forgot, Ferris Bueller's Day Off, Stand By Me & Grosse Pointe Blank
I went through a phase when I was about 3 or 4 where I was ADDICTED to The Wizard of Oz. My parents read me the books (I didn't quite know how to read yet), and I watche dthe movei EVERY day obsessivly. I even walked around the house in these little red patent leather shoes, and wore a blue dress, braided my hair and carried a stuffed dog in a picnic basket. According to my parents, I made people call me "Dorothey" (I choose not to believbe that ) But that was a phase, and it ended (thankfully!)
A Little Pricess (the shirley temple movie) totally traumatized me at first- again I was about 3 when I saw it for the 1st time. It was the 1st time I realized that my parents weren't immortal and I questioned what would become of me if God forbid something were to happen to them. When I got older though, I read the book, and saw the remake, and I was able to take it for what it was: a lovely, sad story of a girls determination, generosity and imagination.
Generally I went through phases where I'd watch the same movie repeatedly. This included most Disney movies (some of which I still love ),
The Journey of Natty Gann,
The Adventures of Pippi Longstocking,
old musicals (Singin' in the Rain, My Fair Lady, The Sound of Music, Grease, and Grease 2- hey I was too young to know it was bad!, West Side Story....)
Troop Beverly Hills
The Parent Trap
The Secret Garden
The Love Bug movies
something called The Blinkins
The Princess Bride (which I still )
The Neverending Story I and II
and many more...
The Princess Bride
The Clash of the Titans was an awful movie, but I loved it.
Tinuviel - i your list!!!
I recently saw The Witches, it still freaks me out!
I loved my father the hero, had such a crush on Dalton James! Katherine Heigl is so pretty.
Labrynth was sooo scary to me
I loved the movies, The Last Unicorn, The Electric Grandmother, and a movie called Bach and Broccoli. It was a French Canadian film that had English tracks and now when I see it I realize how awesomely bad it is.
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