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    Quote Originally Posted by Geoff View Post
    The Incredibles. Well done, and entertaining.
    The guy who did that movie actually does kids movies only because no one will make an animated adult film. The Iron Giant is an adult movie, and The Incredibles has some very dark undertones as well.
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    The ones that pop out as my favorites are:

    Finding Nemo: Heartwarming, makes me want to drive two hours to hug my dad.

    A Series of Unfortunate Events: Positively hilarious.

    The Incredibles: The movie is real reguardless of who its meant for. It shows a real family, and does a great job of it, even down to how the powers specific to each family member mimic their personality.

    Monsters Inc. : Also has an adult undertone of prejudice and an overwhelming human phobia of that which is unknown.

    Mean Girls: Ya rly.

    Alice In Wonderland: Just a well done quirk movie and it's still a good movie today, making it timeless.
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    101 Dalmations, Little Nemo, The Great Mouse Detective, Alice in Wonderland, and The NeverEnding Stroy... Bastian!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ivy View Post
    I love ALL of these, except I haven't seen Nanny McPhee. My sister-in-law recommended it, and it's on our Netflix list. Amelie is probably not appropriate for children but it has that childlike vibe to it. Doubleplusgood!

    I LOVE almost anything by Hayao Miyazaki, but especially My Neighbor Totoro. Kiki's Delivery Service is a close second. Spirited Away is interesting but loses its center I think.

    The BBC did a series of animated Beatrix Potter stories which are fantastic.

    Star Wars, yes, pretty much a kid's movie.

    Finally (for now), I'm not above Disney movies. Fantasia and Alice in Wonderland are two of the best.
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    My favorites: The Neverending Story; Ice Age; I never missed the Wizard of Oz as a kid I loved Harvey, own it, still love it and the Harry Potter series, to start.
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    all of the harry potter movies, any movie based on comics, any movie that uses computer graphics throughout (like dinosaur, toy story, ants, et al), and titan a.e.

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    I hate the computer animated movies they make these days.
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    Disney's animated Robin Hood and The Junglebook.

    Shrek, Veggietales (Vischer era), Rikki Tikki Tavi.

    I like lots of others, but those are the ones I could watch over and over.

    I love The Princess Bride and Harvey as well, but I don't think of them as kid's movies.
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    Wizard of Oz... I'm Melting!

    Labyrinth.... sexseh David Bowie.

    The Corpse Bride... is that a child's film?
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    Quote Originally Posted by wyrdsister View Post
    (....]Labyrinth.... sexseh David Bowie.[...]
    1. Labyrinth, heck yeah. David Bowie since my birth.
    2. Spirited Away...
    I'd really like to see Zathura and the Corpse Bride...
    Suppose Pans Labyrinth is NOT a kids movie, though I thought of it at first, probably cause the main character is a kid.

    Aw heck,
    3. Pans Labyrinth as a kids movie, that should keep kids in check. scared straight...

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