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What "kids" movies do you still love?

In the "Odd Gifts" thread AprilM mentioned loving "The Last Unicorn" (never heard of it, but looks like a kids movie). It got me to thinking, those of us in teens or adults are technically past the age where kids movies "do it" for us, but everybody has at least one kids movies they just LOVED as a kid and never really got over.

What kids movie do you still just LOVE?


Mine: Disney's "The Sword In The Stone"




What's yours?
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Not really sure where to draw the line, but I loved Ice Age. Does that count?
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Fantasia.
bet that would be interesting on LSD or shrooms
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Not really sure where to draw the line, but I loved Ice Age. Does that count?
Of course...I'd consider that a kid's movie.
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bet that would be interesting on LSD or shrooms
It was.
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The Secret of NIMH.
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Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory
Aladdin
Pulp Fiction


Currently in heavy rotation at my house:
Beauty And The Beast
Cinderella
The Little Mermaid

It's all background noise at this point.
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Pulp Fiction

Kids movie?
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Kids movie?
Sure, why not? My almost 3 year old loves quoting the "Le Big Mac" scene whenever we go through the McD's drive thru.







I'm kidding! I would never let my kids watch that movie.... not at least until they are 6.
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When my daughter was 3 or so, I had thought she was safely taking a nap. I popped in "Predator" and promptly fell asleep. When I woke, there she was sitting on the end of the couch totally entrhalled and focused on Arnold and his fight to the death with the Alien guy.

She never had nightmares she told me about. And as far as I know, she has not turned into an ax murderer. But as a parent at the time, I beat myself up for awhile about it.
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The Secret of NIMH.
The informational video on how Nickel-Metal Hydride batteries are made?
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Moost all of them That's what happens when you don't have kids ya know. Oh yeah, and don't call me on Saturday before Noon, I've got cartoons on (really) ...
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The informational video on how Nickel-Metal Hydride batteries are made?
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0084649/
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Originally Posted by ModoVincere View Post
bet that would be interesting on LSD or shrooms
Have you ever seen scent of a woman?
yeah.
HAve you ever seen scent of a woman on.... weed?
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Princess Bride
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Have you ever seen scent of a woman?
yeah.
HAve you ever seen scent of a woman on.... weed?
no...but I've smelled the scent of weed on a woman. Does that count for anything?
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no...but I've smelled the scent of weed on a woman. Does that count for anything?
half baked was a great movie, but kids movie wise, i would have to say finding nemo maybe the first shrek
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The Little Mermaid.

Look at this stuff..isn't it neat? Wouldn't you think my collections complete? Wouldn't you think I'm a girl...a girl who has..everything?

Ariel was a hot little jailbait number. And Jodi Benson's voice is dreamy..
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Lion king
Aladdin
Pinocchio (SP?)

i'm actually not sure i have ever stopped liking these sorts of movies, actually.
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Mary Poppins
Chitty Chitty Bang Bang
Willy Wonka...

And I like the Pixar movies almost as much as my kids
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