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    Ice age..(first3) best of the best
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    Haven't seen any of them, lol...

    I find most of that stuff rather banal. I'm more into action adventures, thrillers, gangster films, sci-fi, black comedies, etc. Like you though, I also love classic war films and westerns

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    Quote Originally Posted by rigger67 View Post
    I cried during the third one when it looked like they were all going down that big crusher thing

    Mind you, I blubbed like a baby when Ariel got married in The Little Mermaid too.
    And when little Elizabeth got locked in a trunk in an abandoned shack in The Waltons.

    Doesn't take much for me when I'm involved in a movie or TV show - just a sudden burst of strings can set me off
    I thought I was the only one who cried at the end of TS3! I have to say I think all of them are very well done indeed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Barry View Post
    You must have been devastated when Bambi's mother was shot.
    Not as much as he was when Sue Ellen did it to JR...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marco View Post
    Haven't seen any of them, lol...

    I find most of that stuff rather banal. I'm more into action adventures, thrillers, sci-fi, black comedies, etc. Like you though, I also love classic war films and westerns

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    dunno what your missing great fun
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    Lol... "Fun" is a rather subjective thing! Having said that, I wouldn't comment conclusively on the matter, until I'd actually watched one of them.

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    This would likely be more your kind of movie Marco. http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0102820/ It's very good!
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    Lol - possibly, but we're discussing children's films. Like I said, I can watch a lot of the old stuff for hours, but some of the modern variety I just find a bit *too* silly/childish... Therefore, what some folk are laughing out loud at, and consider as "great fun", often leaves me cold.

    It's rather like it is with Dr Who (old vs. new), which I've discussed here many times. The old Dr Whos were children's programmes, also made for adults, which still makes them enjoyable for me today, whereas the new series is very much geared towards kids.

    And that's generally what I find with today's children's films, in comparison with the old stuff I've mentioned

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    The only 'kids' movie I've seen in the last few years that I thought was good, was The Maze Runner. It has some parallels to Lord of The Flies (which wasn't exactly a kids movie).
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    like things like the simpsons ice age is made more for adults, but kids enjoy it too. the adult stuff kinda goes over their head. My son-in-law also thinks they are great and he is a sopranos man
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