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What are your favourite family movies?

Asked by ucme (45780points) August 3rd, 2010

Yeah they just published the results of a survey done by the Radio Times, a British publication.The winner was E.T on a vote of people’s all time fave family movies. So yeah, traditional safe family rated rather than movies specifically about the family. Just thought i’d clear that up to avoid any possible misunderstanding.What are your favourites is what i’m after?

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BoBo1946's avatar

It Is A Wonderful Life!

aprilsimnel's avatar

Willie Wonka and the Chocolate Factory! Yay!
The Muppet Movie
A Christmas Story

nailpolishfanatic's avatar

Cheaper by the Dozen:)

Cruiser's avatar

It’s a newer favorite of mine….Up

aprilsimnel's avatar

Oh, forgot Finding Nemo! I love that movie. Almost every Pixar movie I’ve seen is great, except Cars. Wasn’t keen on that one.

chels's avatar

Vegas Vacation.
European Vacation.
Christmas Vacation.

jfos's avatar

—Toy Story series
—Home Alone
—Karate Kid
—Jungle 2 Jungle

ucme's avatar

@jfos Taking the kids to see TS3 this week. I reckon i’m looking forward more than they are, which is saying something.

jfos's avatar

@ucme It’s good.

BoBo1946's avatar

Is there anyone here that hasn’t seen, “It Is A Wonderful Life?”

Frenchfry's avatar

Wall-E I thought that movie was cute.

zenele's avatar

Hook
A Bug’s Life
Toy Story

jfos's avatar

I can’t believe I almost forgot THE SANDLOT

Pied_Pfeffer's avatar

The Wizard of Oz
The Sound of Music
Labyrinth (It’s a favorite in our family. We tried to get the niece who had a baby boy last year to name him ‘Toby’)

Aster's avatar

All those “vacation” movies listed above. (-;

BoBo1946's avatar

well, just be that way!

YARNLADY's avatar

We don’t watch movies as a family, but some of my favorites are the family vacation we have taken at various family celebrations.

My sister got all the 8 mm movies my Dad took when we were at home, so I don’t get to see them anymore.

le_inferno's avatar

Home Alone! God I love that movie. I know every line :D

ucme's avatar

@le_inferno Oooh now there’s a challenge. Okay smarty pants, what does the gangster guy say in the video that scares off the pizza boy? Word for word, i’m taking notes ;¬}

le_inferno's avatar

Lol! Easy…
“Who’s there?”
It’s Little Nero’s pizza, I have your pizza, sir.
“Just leave it on the doorstep and get the hell outta here.”
(in irritated tone) You have to pay for your pizza, sir.
(Kevin slips 12 dollars out the cat door) “Keep the change, ya filthy animal.”
(mutters) Cheapskate.
“Hey. I’m gonna give you, to the count of ten, to get your ugly, yeller, no good keester off my property. ‘Fore I pump your guts full’a lead!......One…. two….. TEN!”
Panics, scampers away as quickly as possible, speeds away in delivery car, knocks over statue
Kevin opens the door, grabs the box, sniffs it: “A whole cheese pizza, just for me”

AAAAND…Scene.

le_inferno's avatar

Ok, found an actual clip… I missed a few lines in the middle, but pretty damn close considering that was off the top of my head :D

lloydbird's avatar

Explorers. is one of my very favourites.

perspicacious's avatar

There are tons of good ones. I recently watched Molly which was very good.

Seaminglysew's avatar

The Sound of Music

Berserker's avatar

Hook is awesome, and I’m a total sucker for Home Alone. Or was anyways. Been rather long now.

ipso's avatar

Pixar

(Hands down. Impeccable. Indomitable.)

(E.T. ? eghk.) Some off the beaten path, or older:
– Wallace & Gromit (various – e.g. The Wrong Trousers (1993)
– My Neighbor Totoro (1988)
– The Little Fox (1981)
– Princess Mononoke (1999)
– Dr. Seuss (70s, various great shorts)

Classic Disney impossible not to mention the sacrosanct originals.
– Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937) – what started it all (the “OG” G-movie)
– Fantasia (1940)
– Alice in Wonderland (1951)
– One Hundred and One Dalmatians (1961)
– Pinocchio (1940)

Non animated?
– The Great Race (1965)
– Star Wars (1977)
– Finding Neverland (2004)
– Back to the Future (1985)
– The Wizard of Oz (1939)

YARNLADY's avatar

@ipso Great breakdown, thank you.

ucme's avatar

@le_inferno Very good, go to the top of the class…..ya filthy animal ;¬}

Aster's avatar

@BoBo1946 I liked Its a Wonderful, but b&w can be slightly disappointing or frustrating and it Was a little drawn out . But I loved the snow and looking at all the old cars and decorating.

BoBo1946's avatar

@Aster really…i’ve seen it about 15 times. Great message.

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