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vkimo wrote :

Man, I just went through the exact situation like 2 weeks ago. I hadn't seen Golden Child since I was about 7 and only remembered the poles coming out of the darkness in the temple.  The movie got weird with his dream sequence and the bloody oatmeal was gross, but I enjoyed it.
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My favorite part is when Eddie's character is talking with the old monk and he tells the monk, "Get that booger off your jacket before it freeze up and you scratch yourself."

Unbelievably, this is one of those movie scenes that is nowhere to be found on the internet.
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Mr Magic
I'm thinking about trying Watership Down.

Silvervix, since you gave The Aristocats a try, it's only fair that I give this one a try.
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Vaporman87
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I'm thinking about trying Watership Down.

Silvervix, since you gave The Aristocats a try, it's only fair that I give this one a try.
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Go with the 1978 version with John Hurt in it. Very poignant movie. Later versions were less dramatic and more kid friendly, which is fine. But for a real emotional film, the 1978 version is what you want.
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Vaporman87 wrote :

thecrow174 wrote :


I'm thinking about trying Watership Down.

Silvervix, since you gave The Aristocats a try, it's only fair that I give this one a try.
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Go with the 1978 version with John Hurt in it. Very poignant movie. Later versions were less dramatic and more kid friendly, which is fine. But for a real emotional film, the 1978 version is what you want.
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Okay with me.

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jkatz
Beware of typing The Aristocats in google. One slip of the finger..and you get veeerry different search results!
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Thanks for the warning?
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Jrs1991
Menace II Society (1993)

9/10 really great
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Watership Down.

Very well done animated flick. It's definitely not like any other animated film out there, even if it is PG-rated . This is something for older folks. But yeah, I'm more than willing to watch this again.

9.0/10
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Vaporman87
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Watership Down.

Very well done animated flick. It's definitely not like any other animated film out there, even if it is PG-rated . This is something for older folks. But yeah, I'm more than willing to watch this again.

9.0/10
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Yeah. Imagine how much impact it had on me as a boy. Seeing those poor little rabbits tearing each other apart, getting shot at... pretty gruesome. But the story was just soooo good that I couldn't take my eyes off it. I watched it so many times on VHS (that we had recorded off of a TV station).
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Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day

I liked it a lot! Disney can still deliver a good comedy. I hope none of you have the kind of day this family had lol.

9.5/10

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