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    Do you remember any of your films you used to remember watching as a child?

    I used to love films like Matilda, The Witches. I loved the Roald Dahl books that turned into films just because they were always so well put together.

    So do you remember any of yours?








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    omg, drake and josh go Hollywood, i genuinely watched it like every day for 2 weeks at one point

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    Quote Originally Posted by King-Tom View Post
    omg, drake and josh go Hollywood, i genuinely watched it like every day for 2 weeks at one point
    Was it you who made me listen to the theme song of that or watch some youtube video of it like agesss ago?

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    Used to love the witches too! Must watch that again at some point.

    Also I love James and the Giant Peach
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    Matilda is my all time favourite movie! I also loved Madeline too.
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    The Lion King and High School Musical

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    I remember The Witches and Hocus Pocus very fondly, and I would watch the Pokemon movies on repeat. But my favourite film from my childhood is probably The Brave Little Toaster. I suppose it's a little too old to have been seen by most here, but if you ever get the chance I really recommend it. I watched it again a couple of years ago, and they just don't make them like they used to. Some scenes are so traumatic, and the songs are well written, purposeful and tremendously expressive.

    I can't imagine a children's film would contain a scene like this anymore.


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    high school musical, stuart little & pokemon

    so many more tbh

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    There's one. Anastasia. I don't know why but I remember the feeling watching it and even memorized the song!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neversoft View Post
    I remember The Witches and Hocus Pocus very fondly, and I would watch the Pokemon movies on repeat. But my favourite film from my childhood is probably The Brave Little Toaster. I suppose it's a little too old to have been seen by most here, but if you ever get the chance I really recommend it. I watched it again a couple of years ago, and they just don't make them like they used to. Some scenes are so traumatic, and the songs are well written, purposeful and tremendously expressive.

    I can't imagine a children's film would contain a scene like this anymore.

    I used to have this and FernGully on a VHS until my brother recorded over it.

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