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    Films that Parents can enjoy with their Kids....

    ....without needing a lobotomy.


    Please list movies you found especially entertaining, that were appropriate for young kids, too.


    Here are a few starters:

    The Indy Jones flix
    SW flix
    Harry Potter
    Spy Kids
    Last Starfighter
    Doctor Doolittle (original)
    Oliver! (60's version)
    Chitty Chitty Bang Bang
    Omen trilogy
    j/k - just seeing if you were paying attn.
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    Superman The Movie
    Beauty and the Beast (Disney's best animated IMHO)
    Robin Hood (my personal favorite Disney animated film)
    TRON
    STII: The Wrath of Khan- saw this when I was 8, first real exposure to ST, made me a life long fan, and the whole Ceti eel thing did not bother me, probably even more tame now.
    Clash of the Titans
    BTTF trilogy

    I was allowed to watch Alien on HBO when I was 6. The only film my parents did not allow me to watch because they felt I was too young was A Clockwork Orange, so I tend to allow for kids to watch more mature films.

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    Trainspotting, Freddy Got Fingered, Austin Powers Triliogy......
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    I saw most horror movies already at young age and it hasn't affected me in any negative way (at least in my oppinion )
    I think I started seeing horromovies (like alien, nightmare on elm street etc.) by the age of 8 or 9
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    Toy Story 1/2
    A Bugs Life
    Willow
    Princess Bride <--- The best of the lot
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    Jonna
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    Much like 187-Maul, I was exposed to a lot of monster/horror movies very early on (5 or 6) that I watched with my mother. While not generally the best thing for children, I had no problem realizing it was all fake at an early age.

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    Re: Films that Parents can enjoy with their Kids....

    Originally posted by SWAFMAN
    ....without needing a lobotomy.


    Please list movies you found especially entertaining, that were appropriate for young kids, too.


    Here are a few starters:

    The Indy Jones flix
    SW flix
    Harry Potter
    Spy Kids
    Last Starfighter
    Doctor Doolittle (original)
    Oliver! (60's version)
    Chitty Chitty Bang Bang
    Omen trilogy
    j/k - just seeing if you were paying attn.
    Doctor Doolittle! Why that's outrageous! Don't you know the only reason the animals can talk is cause they're possessed? I don't want my kids seeing some kind of Satanic crap like that!



    I think Lilo and Stitch was a good movie for the kids to see. Most Disney ones are, but I didn't take mine to Hunchback. Too dark and scary for them.
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    - The Muppet Movie
    - Muppets from Space
    - Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory (although some young kids do get a bit freaked out by Slugworth and some of Wonka's "darker" scenes)

    by the way, TRON was an excellent choice WedgeA, good call!
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    I thought that Shrek was entertaining enough for children with a lot of subtle adult humor thrown in.

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    Believe it or not The Grinch, Toy Story, A Bugs Life, Monsters Inc, Ice age, Iron Giant, Atlantis, Pete's Dragon, and I will say Harry Potter for most, cause kids do like it, although I thought it was something I already seen in many other films.
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