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  1. #41
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    Of the ones you've heard about, basically any Disney-movie.

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    Aside from like every Disney animated movie, mine will have to be Little Nemo's Adventures in Slumberland, such a good movie...that no one knows about QQ T-T.

  3. #43
    Robin Hood would be it.

  4. #44
    When I was very little, I used to watch The Brave Little Toaster almost daily.

  5. #45
    Probably the original, cartoon 101 Dalmatians. Watched it so much I had to buy multiple copies because the ribbon kept wearing out.

  6. #46
    Lion king is the one I remember the most

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    Totoro, Home alone 1 & 2, Star Wars 4,5 & 6, Lion King, Hercules, Treasure Planet at least, can't think of more atm
    "Hundreds of kills, a man and his rifle, embodies the sisu of Finns" White Death - Sabaton

  8. #48
    The Patient
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    The Lion King and The Jungle Book

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    The Lion King learned me the meaning of death.

    ''Why is that big lion over there sleeping after being run over by a bunch of buffalo's?''

    ''He's probably very tired after saving Simba, he must be taking a nab''

    ''Is this ''death'' that they're talking about the same thing as sleeping?''

    I miss being as dumb as a child

  10. #50
    Monty Python's Quest for the Holy Grail and The Life of Brian

    Hooked on British humour ever since.
    Grammer nazi's aren't a per-requisite for you're enjoyment of these signature. Although for all intensive purposes its really a mute point, per say.

  11. #51
    Jurassic Park, Lion King and Mighty Ducks! God I loved the last one so much

  12. #52
    Quote Originally Posted by Anthoren View Post
    Aside from like every Disney animated movie, mine will have to be Little Nemo's Adventures in Slumberland, such a good movie...that no one knows about QQ T-T.
    Little Nemo's Adventures in Slumberland was also a favorite of mine! My parents would never believe me that the squirrels name was Icarus--they insisted it was "Nicolas." :|

    Also, Aladdin and the Wizard of Oz were movies that I watched to death.

  13. #53
    Herald of the Titans
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    wizard of oz, and the sandlot id say. back when i was a kid i watched the sandlot all the time. the wizard of oz because my dad has all the frank l. baum books and would read them to us at bedtime so anytime it came on tv even if it would be showing past our bedtimes we would be allowed to stay up and watch it.

    in high school my most watched movie became the breakfast club

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    Quote Originally Posted by Raleik View Post
    When I was very little, I used to watch The Brave Little Toaster almost daily.
    oh man i forgot about that one, i watched this movie a lot as well. the radio always cracked my shit up, so funny

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    hmmm.... id have to say The Brave Little Toaster, Pokemon 2000, and Oliver and Company
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    I'd never compare him to Hitler, Hitler was actually well educated, and by all accounts pretty intelligent.

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    Terminator 2: Judgement day

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    Batman & Mr. Freeze: SubZero
    Lion King
    Pokemon: The First Movie
    The Brave Little Toaster
    The Land Before Time I-V

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    Borrowed at least once a month from the public library:
    The Pagemaster
    Sword in the Stone
    The Brave Little Toaster
    Land Before Time (I think there were like 7 of these)
    Fern Gully (hard to admit that one..)
    Most Disney Movies

    and all year long: The Halloween Tree. (I just googled it to see when it came out and I had no idea it is based on a book by Ray Bradbury!)
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    Ft. Worth, Texas
    Speed, Lethal Weapon(s), Conan, most Arnold movies, Die Hard(s). Only born in 90' and my parents still let me watch them, lol.

  19. #59
    Jurassic Park i REALLY loved Dinosaurs as a kid. I always wanted a pet raptor.

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    Journey to the Beggining of Time

    It's and old Czech movie from the 50's about a few boys going back through time and visiting all the eras of the world.

    EDIT: Also "Walking with Dinosaurs". I know it's not really a movie but I've watched it a million times. I used to be completely obsessed with dinos when I was a kid.

    Starship Troopers - I've also seen that like 100 times when I was kid. Back then I would think what of a great action movie that is I saw it again lhalf a year ago for the first time after some 10 years and finally realised what a great parody it is Don't get how my parents let me watch it back then though...
    Last edited by Uzi; 2013-02-03 at 09:48 AM.

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