Re: Films kids *have* to see
Posted: Sun Jun 10, 2012 11:35 am
Thanks, great suggestions. They're pretty well-rounded with their tastes, I'm reading The Princess Bride to them at the moment. :)
The urban guide to becoming self sufficient'ish
Wow just watched this film and shared on facebook, sums up everything I already knew, but still shocking to hear and see it all again.Sadoldhippy wrote:I showed my 12 coming on 13 year old daughter this 35 min animation vid on youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=pl ... OMWzjrRiBg It is called "There's No Tomorrow" and is about Peak everything
It puts it all really clearly.
Dear gods no, I watched that film all the time when I was little, on the one hand I loved it, on the other I had horrible nightmares about General Woundwort from it until I was about 14. I also remember watching Jurassic Park when I was 12, my mum refused to let me watch it at home (telling me I'd have nightmares) but when I went on holiday to my aunty's house in Suffolk I watched it with my cousins and true enough it gave me nightmares for several years.miss_corerupted wrote:what about watership down???