Fave Film from Childhood

Discussion in 'Off-Topic Chat' started by Andy_Euph, May 20, 2004.

  1. Andy_Euph

    Andy_Euph Active Member

    Just watched The Karate Kid and remembered why I watched it so much when I was younger, tis ace.
    It also made me remember the other films from when I was younger, top 3 have to be:

    Karate Kid
    Masters of the Universe

    Used to watch these all the time... but whats your best childhood movies?
  2. imthemaddude

    imthemaddude Active Member

    U've seriously got too much time on your hands :lol:
  3. akwarose

    akwarose Active Member

    beauty and the beast without a doubt!!!!
  4. Dawnys_flug

    Dawnys_flug Member

    Well all of the disney films were my favourites. We have all the tapes and they are so worn now! Especially Robin Hood (which i watched the other night and is still ace!) and aladdin, lion king, and beauty and the beast (which i have watched regularily for the past 7 years or so :oops: )

    I also loved the film adaptation of the book The Water Babies. I actually just bought that on dvd because i loved it so much and the tape wont play anymore! :lol:
  5. Trom41821

    Trom41821 Member

    Just bought mine on DVD - Whistle Down the Wind!! Well it was made in 1961 :oops: Oh my goodness how old am I???? :shock:
  6. Andy_Euph

    Andy_Euph Active Member

    HEY! Those three films are ace... don't diss :evil: :evil: :evil:
  7. missflugel

    missflugel Member

    Mary Poppins
    Chitty Chitty Bang Bang (but the kiddy catcher still scares me now)
    Bedknobs and Broomsticks

    All classics that children should have to watch from an early age

    Jo x
  8. Nuke

    Nuke Active Member

    Three films from when i was younger

    Childs Play
    Beverly Hills Cop

    may explain how ive turned out now
  9. Euph-Bari

    Euph-Bari Active Member

    Loved loads of the disney stuff

    but the Goonies has to be up there , would still watch it if it was on tomorrow :D
  10. 2nd man down

    2nd man down Moderator Staff Member

    E.T.!!! Baaled my eyes out at the pictures!! :oops:
  11. Nuke

    Nuke Active Member

    awwww Yea ET would be up there cause of the relation to my sister and also Ghostbusters, either of them are good.
  12. Pauljsasmith

    Pauljsasmith New Member

    definately the lost boys vampire film
  13. six pints

    six pints Active Member

    The lion king (ok from my "teenage hood, but its still mint)
    The goonies (EB, ur not the only one!)
    chitty chitty bang bang (i used to love that too miss flugel, btw what college u at? i kept meaning to join uni brass band, never got round to it. i will next year!)
  14. Euph-Bari

    Euph-Bari Active Member

    Yey, sumone else knows that film lol!
  15. Raspberry

    Raspberry Member

    I remember seeing ET too with my sister and there wasn't a dry eye between us!!!

    The Disney ones are the best though!
  16. Okiedokie of Oz

    Okiedokie of Oz Active Member

    Anything Disney!!!!!!!
  17. Well Worth It

    Well Worth It Active Member

    Numero uno has to be Pet Semetary.
    Second goes to Superted.
    Third may have to be Ghostbusters.
  18. My Girl (would probably still make me cry).

    I remember the first film I saw at the cinema was 'Return to Oz' - I was so scared I had to sit on my dad's knee (I was only 4).
  19. Trigger

    Trigger Member

    I used to watch the Wizard of Oz over and over again it was fab :D . And all the Disney films and The Sound of Music.

    But then I watched The Return to Oz!! :shock: Firstly I was gutted that it wasn't Judy Garland playing Dorothy and then I went rigid with fear when I saw those evil things on wheels. Scared me to death!! Although having said that, it didn't scare me as much as watching Nightmare on Elm Street when I was about six, because I found it in the video recorder and thought it would be a good idea to watch it. Cr*apped myself for about a year after that!! :lol: :lol:
  20. ScrapingtheBottom

    ScrapingtheBottom Active Member

    Clearly the best film in all creation was:


    closely followed by:

    Ghostbusters and Ferris Beuller's Day Off.

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