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  1. Courtney
    Courtney at |

    It's "Hello. My name is Inigio Montoya. You kill my father. Prepare to die."

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  2. timmy the dying boy
    timmy the dying boy at |

    Most of these are not what I consider to be children's films.

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    1. Wendel
      Wendel at |

      I think that was his point.
      I agree with you. These are good films (mostly) that kids can enjoy.

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  3. Ezmelts
    Ezmelts at |

    Star Wars a children's film? Considering there was only 10 spots to fill there might be better choices.

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  4. Tasmanian Devil
    Tasmanian Devil at |

    The only animated movie I have liked recenly in The Incredibles. Really cool 60's styled set pieces.

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  5. Scott Dembinski
    Scott Dembinski at |

    Mary Poppins? HELLO?

    It's so powerful.

    Can't believe Pinocchio is on here either. Great movie, not very powerful adult movie.

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  6. Gerti
    Gerti at |

    The little Prince!!

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  7. Fatsoap
    Fatsoap at |

    Two words: Harry Potter. Originally made for children, it has grown into a universal love for all.

    Also: Narnia

    Also: Charlie and the chocolate factory

    These three may have been books, but they are also movies

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  8. Susan
    Susan at |

    The Hunchback of Notre Dame..

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  9. Wendel
    Wendel at |

    I know you cannot please everyone, AND that you had only 10 spots you could fill.
    However, a couple of your choices should have been left off for better ones.

    “Christmas Story” like green bean casserole, is one of those films everyone tells you you have to like. Thank heavens it only comes around once a year. That and Princess Bride are two of the most over rated films in history.

    Now you have two spots open and if I may suggest, “Three Lives of Thomasina.”
    I know, you have a tear jerker in “E.T.” but this is a film mothers and daughters can love, and it makes fathers understand their little girls a little more. AND it has Patrick McGoohan for us guys.

    The other empty niche you can fill with Shrek, the original movie. I don’t see how they got half the jokes past the censors.

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  10. Peter Boucher
    Peter Boucher at |

    Its my opinion that the “Iron Giant” is THE best animated movie ever made. A bit of trivia, the movie is based on a poem by the late and great poet Ted Hughes who for a while was Great Britain’s poet Laureate

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  11. Peter Boucher
    Peter Boucher at |

    Two thumbs up, very way up for # 2 “Iron Giant” That has to be my favorite animated movie of all time along with “Pinocchio”. “Iron Giant” is based on a poem by Ted Hughes who was poet laureate of Great Britain until he died. He was married to Sylvia Plath, who unfortunately led a very depressing life which led to her suicide in 1962 as all of you are pretty well aware of. I think that a sequel would be excellent for this movie seeing how the very final sequence sets up another scenario.

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  12. randy
    randy at |

    BEE MOVIE!!! come on people!!!!

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