• 2 years 5 months ago
    • Posts: 257
    I loved Swat Kats, Road Rovers and Pound Puppies
    kid still stuck in the 90s
    Are you sure you want to delete this post? Yes | No
      • 2 years 5 months ago
      • Posts: 504
      Munchie Strikes Back

      Cop & 1/2

      The Watcher in The Woods

      Drop Dead Fred

      Side Kick (Chuck Norris, if you havn't see it, watch it, its amazing and so nostalgic but its like sort of a kids movie about a teen who idolizes chuck norris)
      Are you sure you want to delete this post? Yes | No
        • 2 years 5 months ago
        • Posts: 1228
        90skid555 wrote:
        I loved Swat Kats, Road Rovers and Pound Puppies
        I remember Swat Kats too. It was on Cartoon
        Network back in the late 90s every afternoon when I was in
        kindergarden.
        Ed:An Apple A Day Keeps The Bus Driver Away!

        Check out my Youtube page.Full of classic commercials from the 80s,90s,and 00s.

        http://www.youtube.com/user/AtlantaCommercials96/videos
        Are you sure you want to delete this post? Yes | No
          • 2 years 5 months ago
          • Posts: 504
          For tv shows:

          TMNT The Original

          (doesn't count because I never seen it but) Turtles the most recent series

          QUACK PACK

          Freaky Stories

          Mutant League

          Samurai Pizza Cats

          Oh and for another movie

          "Mickey, Donald & Goofy Star in - Mickey And The BeanStalk"
          Are you sure you want to delete this post? Yes | No
            • 2 years 5 months ago
            • Posts: 1228
            Jetsons The Movie (1990)
            I recently watched this old animated flick
            after like a decade after first watching it
            on Cartoon Network Theater.It was cheesy and
            dated but,it was still a decent film.

            There was this one bizarre scene I can still
            fully recite after all these years.The ''Music
            Video'' scene. It was so damn trippy. See For Yourself.

            http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UNPC394nzLQ
            Ed:An Apple A Day Keeps The Bus Driver Away!

            Check out my Youtube page.Full of classic commercials from the 80s,90s,and 00s.

            http://www.youtube.com/user/AtlantaCommercials96/videos
            Are you sure you want to delete this post? Yes | No
              • 2 years 5 months ago
              • Posts: 1228
              The Flintstones (1994)
              I first watched this film adaption of a cartoon
              classic years ago on cable. After watching it
              again recently it wasn't that bad.
              Ed:An Apple A Day Keeps The Bus Driver Away!

              Check out my Youtube page.Full of classic commercials from the 80s,90s,and 00s.

              http://www.youtube.com/user/AtlantaCommercials96/videos
              Are you sure you want to delete this post? Yes | No
                • 2 years 4 months ago
                • Posts: 1228
                The Brave Little Toaster (1987)
                I remember first renting the tape of this
                movie from Hollywood Video back in 1999.

                After re-watching it again I concluded it
                was an excellent intelligent children movie.
                Kind of remind me of Toy Story 3.
                Ed:An Apple A Day Keeps The Bus Driver Away!

                Check out my Youtube page.Full of classic commercials from the 80s,90s,and 00s.

                http://www.youtube.com/user/AtlantaCommercials96/videos
                Are you sure you want to delete this post? Yes | No
                  • 2 years 4 months ago
                  • Posts: 1228
                  Pokemon:The First Movie (1999)
                  I think I first watched this on
                  Cartoon Network sometime in 1999-2001.

                  Now more than a decade later,I first
                  watched it again just last night.It
                  was an okay film but,it has some really
                  stupid. Like that frickin "Fighting is
                  bad" moral that is totally contradictive
                  to the theme of the show.
                  Ed:An Apple A Day Keeps The Bus Driver Away!

                  Check out my Youtube page.Full of classic commercials from the 80s,90s,and 00s.

                  http://www.youtube.com/user/AtlantaCommercials96/videos
                  Are you sure you want to delete this post? Yes | No
                    • 2 years 2 months ago
                    • Posts: 1228
                    Here are my latest Nostalgic Look-backs:

                    -Rugrats Return of Reptar VHS (1997)
                    I originally rented this VHS from the
                    old Blockbuster back in Halloween 97'.
                    Last week I bought a copy of the same
                    exact tape at Goodwill. My favorite episode
                    on it was Reptar 2010. "The Statue of Lizzardy?!"

                    -Little Shop of Horrors (1986)
                    Originally watched the end of this
                    film at a motel room during the family
                    trip to Savannah,GA on Spring Break 2001.
                    (It kind of reminded me of Family Guy. lol)

                    -The Great Outdoors (1988 )
                    Originally watched It on ABC Family sometime
                    in early 2002.(I actually saw a lot of classic
                    films on ABC Family in my childhood. E.T.,Terminator
                    2,Pee Wee's Big Adventure,Batman Returns,Willy Wonka
                    and The Chocolate Factory.)After watching it on VHS
                    I found it really funny. Especially the bat scene.
                    Ed:An Apple A Day Keeps The Bus Driver Away!

                    Check out my Youtube page.Full of classic commercials from the 80s,90s,and 00s.

                    http://www.youtube.com/user/AtlantaCommercials96/videos
                    Are you sure you want to delete this post? Yes | No
                      • 2 years 2 months ago
                      • Posts: 265
                      i was watching Kenan & Kel
                      Are you sure you want to delete this post? Yes | No
                        • 2 years 2 months ago
                        • Posts: 265
                        hey i watched Swat Kats
                        the other day too.

                        AtlantaCommercials wrote:
                        90skid555 wrote:
                        I loved Swat Kats, Road Rovers and Pound Puppies
                        I remember Swat Kats too. It was on Cartoon
                        Network back in the late 90s every afternoon when I was in
                        kindergarden.
                        Are you sure you want to delete this post? Yes | No
                          • 2 years 2 months ago
                          • Posts: 61
                          The show Lift Off I found the opening and ending on youtube the other day I was surprised to find out that the show was actually Australian. I live in Canada and I watched with my two younger sisters on the Access channel.
                          Are you sure you want to delete this post? Yes | No
                            • 2 years 2 months ago
                            • Posts: 410
                            I have been trying to rediscover the show New York Undercover I remember loving it when it was airing but it has not been released on DVD and i cannot find it online anywhere. Fox needs to get with the program and get a dvd release for NY Undercover.
                            "Good Nyborg "
                            Are you sure you want to delete this post? Yes | No
                              • 2 years 2 months ago
                              • Posts: 1228
                              -Hot Wheels Crash on CD-Rom (1999)
                              Yes,it's another PC game. And like the Rugrats
                              Adventure Game I watched gameplay footage
                              on YouTube.

                              The game is basically trying to crash your
                              Virtual Hot Wheels car into certain targets
                              with precise speed and trajectory and causing
                              everything to explode in a giant explosion.

                              Awesome game for 10
                              Ed:An Apple A Day Keeps The Bus Driver Away!

                              Check out my Youtube page.Full of classic commercials from the 80s,90s,and 00s.

                              http://www.youtube.com/user/AtlantaCommercials96/videos
                              Are you sure you want to delete this post? Yes | No
                                • 1 year 7 months ago
                                • Posts: 702
                                • Globally Banned
                                AtlantaCommercials wrote:
                                This is a thread for people who re-watch/re-remember/re-discover
                                Certain movies/TV Shows they watched during their childhood then
                                watched again just recently. I'll start off with my own example.

                                The Rugrats Movie {1998}



                                After buying the Rugrats Movie Trilogy DVD set at the store,I
                                decided to watch the old Nostalgic movie.It was just 13 Years ago
                                in February 1999 when I watched the film in a budget theatre with
                                my family(Six months before my brother my born.)It was the first and
                                only time I watched this movie until now. After finally watching it again,
                                I found out the film held up pretty well outside of Dil who I found to be
                                pretty damn annoying causing the other kids to be in peril. Now its your turn.


                                For almost two weeks I've been rewatching Figure It out Get the picture Guts and Legends of the hidden temple. Those game shows were awesome
                                Hoping to explore pop culture from the 20th Century with you
                                Are you sure you want to delete this post? Yes | No
                                  • 1 year 5 months ago
                                  • Posts: 45
                                  There are two babysitting themed movies that I loved during my pre-teen years that I recently rediscovered. They are "Adventures in Babysitting" and "Don't Tell Mom The Babysitter's Dead." While the former has held of very well and is every bit as good as I remember, the latter I now find unwatchable. No sure how I ever liked DTMTBSD, it is just horrible.

                                  PeeWee's Big Adventure: one of my absolute favorite movies as a kid and today I find it every bit as awesome.

                                  Teen Wolf: Much cheesier than I remember but still a lot of fun to watch. I rediscovered this movie about 10 years ago and was astonished by the scene where Wolf-Scott is sniffing out Stiles' brother's pot. That was totally over my head as when I was a kid.

                                  Watership Down: I vaguely remember seening this on HBO when I was a very small child. I really only remembered bits a pieces of it and I guess I was too young to really follow what was going on. I just remember thinking it was just a fun adventure about rabbits and being freaked out by The Black Rabbit of Inle, who's role I completely did not comprehend as a child. Now for the first time I have been able to see it as a cohesive plot and its pretty good.
                                  Are you sure you want to delete this post? Yes | No
                                  Search