Thread: What Are The Top Movies From Your Childhood?

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    • 4 years 20 days ago
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    I've sorta want to ask the residents of this site what are your favorite top five movies from your childhood. What are
    the movies you had to replay again and again and again on your VCR just to witness the awesomeness over and over again. Here are my top five.

    1.Toy Story (1995)
    I mean which 90s Kid didn't love this movie?It had
    heart,fun,talented celeb voice actors,deep symbolic
    meaning,and wonderful characters you care for. What
    else do you need?

    2.Small Soldiers (1998)
    This is an awesomely insane film with so much satirical
    wackiness to make you explode.The Commando Elite were the
    most insane yet awesome villains I've ever encountered in
    a cinematic film. They need to just give them their own
    movie.

    3.Inspector Gadget (1999)
    I know not a lot of people hate this movie(Mostly fans of
    the original 80s cartoon)but,I still love this film to
    this day. Especially Rupert Everett's hammy performance.
    "Bring On The Brownies! Wheel In The Waffles! I'm Ready
    To Binge!"

    4.George In The Jungle (1997)
    This and Inspector Gadget are the only two live action
    Disney movies from the 90s that I like.The others are
    cliched,bland,and have nothing original in them.This is
    totally different. It knows what type of film it is and
    satired/lampshade the hell out of it.

    5.Bugs Life (1998)
    I just think its a fine underrated film with engaging
    characters. I also love the villain Hopper's performance.
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      • 4 years 20 days ago
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      1.billy madison
      2.toy story 2
      3.bicentinal man
      4.the aladin 3
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        • 4 years 19 days ago
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        Terminator 2: Judgement Day
        TMNT
        Predator 1 & 2
        First Blood
        Bloodsport
        Rumble in the Bronx
        ... I loved action movies as a kid (and still do)
        "Good Nyborg "
          • 4 years 19 days ago
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          Jurassic Park
          Terminator 2
          Independence Day
          Mortal Kombat
          Batman Forever

          I still love watching Jurassic Park and T2 to this day, great movies. I still like ID4, but it gets a little boring at times now, Mortal Kombat even though was a favorite of mine as a kid, I don't seem to enjoy anymore. As far as the Batman movie, I don't know how I liked that movie because when I see it now I think it sucks pretty badly.
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            • 4 years 18 days ago
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            Quote by jprc10
            Jurassic Park
            Terminator 2
            Independence Day
            Mortal Kombat
            Batman Forever

            I still love watching Jurassic Park and T2 to this day, great movies. I still like ID4, but it gets a little boring at times now, Mortal Kombat even though was a favorite of mine as a kid, I don't seem to enjoy anymore. As far as the Batman movie, I don't know how I liked that movie because when I see it now I think it sucks pretty badly.
            I
            remember watching all of those as a kid except for Mortal
            Kombat.And hey at least the Batman movie wasn't Batman & Robin (1997) XD
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              • 3 years 5 months ago
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              Toy story is one of my favs too
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                • 3 years 5 months ago
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                I remember watching Barney's Great Adventure when i was younger that was a brilliant movie for kids and families.
                  • 3 years 5 months ago
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                  Never seen it and I'm too old for it
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                    • 3 years 5 months ago
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                    goonies
                    fast times at ridgemont high
                    ferris bueller's day off
                    breakfast club
                    weird science
                      • 3 years 5 months ago
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                      I like ferris bullers day off and breakfast club
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                        • 3 years 5 months ago
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                        I would have to say wargames,sixteen candles, the neverending story,friday the 13th movies,the witches,willow, haloween movies, the nightmare on elm movies, it so many movies i will just say any movie frm the 80s I love
                          • 3 years 5 months ago
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                          I love 80s movies too

                          How about Flight of the navigator
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                            • 3 years 5 months ago
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                            The Goonies
                            TMNT2
                            The Neverending Story
                            The Police Academy-movies
                            Karate Kid
                            Gremlins
                              • 3 years 5 months ago
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                              Quote by rogerxy
                              The Goonies
                              TMNT2
                              The Neverending Story
                              The Police Academy-movies
                              Karate Kid
                              Gremlins


                              Movies I've seen from my childhood for the first time in the past three years:
                              Free Willy 1 and 3
                              Richie Rich
                              Heavyweights
                              Cats Don't dance
                              Pebble and the penguin
                              A little princess
                              Man of the house
                              Leave it to Beaver
                              Annie (from the wonderful world of Disney)
                              Kiki's Delivery Service
                              My neighbor Totoro
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                              Home Alone 1 and 2
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                                • 3 years 4 months ago
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                                Yea i remember that movie an all, thats the one where the boy's a cool millionaire and he gets everything he wants to have; a waterslide/waterpark. Its like watching Richie Rich; he names himself Macintosh.
                                  • 3 years 4 months ago
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                                  Home Alone
                                  Home Alone 2
                                  Dennis The Menace
                                    • 3 years 4 months ago
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                                    Anyone remember Thomas and the Magic Railroad? that was a great film for all those Thomas fans.
                                      • 3 years 4 months ago
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                                      Quote by MichaelBoyd
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                                      Yea i remember that movie an all, thats the one where the boy's a cool millionaire and he gets everything he wants to have; a waterslide/waterpark. Its like watching Richie Rich; he names himself Macintosh.


                                      But Richie Rich is better
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