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Kids movie suggestions for family movie night

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Land Before Time or you're doing it wrong. I still cry when I watch the first one, and I'm pretty sure I've seen every movie from the series, even as I got older.

 

Also, fun fact: The girl who voiced Ducky in the first film was killed by her father before the 2nd movie, so a different voice actor has been used for the rest of them.

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Pizza

Orval Reddinbocker Butter (and Kettle)

Reese's Pieces

Mini Sweetarts

E.T.

That should have the kids happy and in bed in time for some dirty movie action.

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Im going to throw out The Fantastic Mr.Fox. Charming and clever.

They do say "what the cuss!" a few times in casual conversation.

Wallace and Gromit movies(clever and funny)

E.T. Warning...at the dinner table the brothers are arguing and one calls the other Penis breath.. PG in the 80's baby!

My 4 year old was curious how one gets penis breath. I told her that her mom does not know either... :,-(

Gremelins and Temple of Doom are the reason PG 13 exists.

Original indiana jones?!

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Mr.Fox is excellent.

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Gremlins has a little section about there being no Santa Claus. First time we let my daughter watch it, I remembered it before it came and sent her out of the room for that part.

(Hi SCP)

I forgot about that scene. Not good for 3 and 8 yo's

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I always thought Jumanji was a little scary.

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Never heard of it? Is it animated?

Yes. Brad Bird's (The Incredibles) first movie.

I also recommend any movie from Studio Ghibli. Ponyo, Ki Ki's Delivery Service and Spirited Away to name a few.

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Howl's Moving Castle

 

Princess Mononoke probably too intense.

 

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