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    Re: Friday OT - Favorite childhood movies

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    No love for Ladybugs?!?

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    Re: Friday OT - Favorite childhood movies

    Quote Originally Posted by Istater4life View Post
    Anything that involved Rodney Dangerfield was an instant classic.
    AND teen boys in drag. Double whammy.


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    Re: Friday OT - Favorite childhood movies

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    Great movies but GOOD LORD...you weren't kidding when you created your account, huh?



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    Re: Friday OT - Favorite childhood movies

    A lot of good ones already mentioned,here's a few more-Mad Max, Escape from New York, The Warriors, Beverley Hills Cop, The Lost Boys, Revenge of the Nerds



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    Re: Friday OT - Favorite childhood movies

    6 pages and no mention of any Ernest movies?!?!? Ernest Scared Stupid was the best of them all though

    Others I watched as a kid:
    -The Pest
    -3 Ninjas
    -Blank Check
    -Jurassic Park (Still my favorite movie to this day)
    -Star Wars
    -Terminator
    -The Mighty Ducks

    Many others I can not think of right now but would probably be consider lame today...




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    Re: Friday OT - Favorite childhood movies

    Legit Movies: Star Wars, Star Trek II (still very much a favorite), Jurassic Park (my parents wouldn't let me go see it in the theaters when it came out, so I read the book [at age 7] just to show them)

    Un-legit movies: Robot Jox (Just rewatched this movie, and it's still freaking awesome. Whole thing is on Youtube!), I'm sure many, many other terrible B-level science fiction movies. Trashy sci-fi is by far my favorite genre.



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    Re: Friday OT - Favorite childhood movies

    First one came to my mind was, "It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World." One of those incredibly long movies that seemed to pop up on commercial tv every once in a while and it seemed I never caught the first 15 minutes or so, but since it was so long, and star-studded, it didn't seem to matter. Of course I remember a time before you could just go to your local video store and rent a VHS movie, so there's that.

    I also begged and begged my parents to see "Bonny and Clyde" when it came out. I finally got to see it a couple months after it came out at the local drive-in.

    Mostly if we did get to see a movie at the theater it was Dean Jones and/or Flubber, or possibly Don Knotts wishing he was a fish.


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