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    Warchief Letmesleep's Avatar
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    Interesting thread idea. I'm surprised so many other people were Jurassic Park fanatics. Top three movies that defined my childhood would be:

    1. The Sandlot
    2. Jurassic Park
    3. Star Wars

    The Sandlot is something my siblings and I watched over and over on our family trips to our cabin, and JP/Star Wars were obsessions for me.

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    The Fifth Element

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    Neverending story

    and tintin! Even though it doesn't count as a movie .

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    Lion King and Toy Story. I watched them over and over to the extreme when I was little.

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    Definitely the Lion King. Hands down, no competition.

    I still watch it with my sister's children. It's a timeless classic.
    they say that doors open up soon as you find the missing key
    that’s probably why I’m in this bitch shining
    jump up in the sky and put the stars into alignment
    I rep the ATF in case you need to be reminded
    and the bandwagon's full but you can try an' run behind it

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xerkx View Post
    Neverending story

    and tintin! Even though it doesn't count as a movie .
    Wow! I was going back to this thread to write this one down! Neveredning story <3 Best Soundtrack evah

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    I thought The Lion King was one, but apparently I just never got around to watching it until recently. It has a lot more impact on you when you're old enough to fully understand it.

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