I loved the Blue Bird with Shirley Temple. It was supposed to be one studio's answer to the Wizard of Oz. The Wizard is probably better, but the Blue Bird is quite good.
I love the Goonies, and it still a movie I enjoy when it comes on television.
I just really love Home Alone movie series that was simply awesume
I watched The Land Before Time every single day when I was around 3 or 4 years old. And I still love it! The first is the only good one though, all the others that came after don't count
One of my favorite movies as a child was the first Blade and The Matrix, I loved watching those when I was a teenager they possessed some of the greatest martial arts and graphic splendor that I had ever encountered during that time. After watching them it really gave me an affinity for those type of genres whenever I choose to watch movies.
The Karate Kid:) was the first movie I have any recolection of watching..I was six at the time.
Another vote for the karate kid here. Used to love watching California man (encino man) with Brendan Fraser in too.
My favourite movie as a child was Cutting Edge about ice skating as I wanted to be an ice skater growing up.
Has to be The Goonies, closely followed by Raiders of the Lost Ark
It would have to be the first Superman, always watched it when it was shown on TV.
When I was little I remember going to see Hitchcock's "Rear Window" with my mother...I'm not that old, it's just that the movie theatre that played old movies was real cheap! It was the first movie that really thrilled me without any special effects, just suspense and great acting. I totally fell in love with Grace Kelly, I thought she was the most beautiful woman and I thought my mom looked just like her! I guess spending time with your kids and enjoying a good movie with them is really important. It is the first movie that popped in my head despite the fact that Star Wars ruled my world as a kid.
by Thomas Byers 6 years ago
What's your favorite movie of all time and why?I'm really torn between two choices.1. Gone With The Wind2. The Wizard Of OzGone With The Wind was the first movie I ever went to the theater and watched. It had to be one of the best movies ever made. Dorthy in the Wizard of Oz was just off the chain....
by Chad Young 7 years ago
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by Emer420 7 years ago
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by crystaleyes 6 years ago
Which is your most favorite family movie and why does you and your family like it among others?
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by Joseph Howard 6 years ago
What is your favorite movie based on a book?Personally, I love "The Road" based on Cormac McCarthy's novel. I didn't think it could be pulled off on the silver screen, but once you cast Aragorn (Viggo Mortensen) as the protagonist, you pretty much can't go wrong...
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