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    I loved the Labyrinth 'david bowie a classic' still got it lol watch it not often

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    The Sound of Music.I never watched it properly when i was young,as all the boys said it was a girls film and full of girly songs.Now though,i watch it and enjoy it.

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    What's there to be embarrassed about? Like music, it's all about personal taste.

    I'm 43 and recently bought a load of Spiderman (orig 60s cartoon) dvds. I happily sat for hours watching them with my 2 yr old daughter. Much better than anything thats on tv at present.
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    I love the 1947 film, A Matter of Life and Death but its not something i readily admit liking down the pub

    An amazing film that with one of my favourite english actors, the late great David Niven.

    I wouldnt deny watching Goodbye Mr Chips, but i would certainly never mention i always get something in my eye (allegedly ) when i see it, particularly to any of my male friends.

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    Too many to mention, but here are a few;
    Labyrinth - David Bowie's pants so tight you could tell what religion he is!
    Return to Oz
    The Worst Witch
    Willow
    Cocoon
    Battery's not Included
    Never Ending Story
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    Quote Originally Posted by branny View Post
    I'm 43 and recently bought a load of Spiderman (orig 60s cartoon) dvds. I happily sat for hours watching them with my 2 yr old daughter. Much better than anything thats on tv at present.
    I was watching these a few weeks ago too, i also have the late 70s series with Nicholas Hammond and very poor special effects in them but still a lot more fun than the recent Tobey McGuire rubbish.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MysticEyes View Post
    Too many to mention, but here are a few;
    Labyrinth - David Bowie's pants so tight you could tell what religion he is!
    Return to Oz
    The Worst Witch
    Willow
    Cocoon
    Battery's not Included
    Never Ending Story
    top selection there mystic.
    im 35 and still get all emotional when i watch neverending story.
    get real tears in my eyes.
    just a wonderful kids film.

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    I can't really join in on this one. I'm genuinely not embarrassed by any of the films I like and I like loads. As branny said it's all down to personal taste! If this means twee films that you think other people would possibly ridicule you for liking then I have a long list but 'I' am not embarrassed personally by them or admitting to liking them.


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    Well OK I will admit it here to the world, I love old Disney films. I still cry when Bambi's mum dies and when Dumbo's mum is locked up as a mad elephant and then sings "Baby Mine"!
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    Flash Gordan
    Just rented Labyrinth the other day and watched it
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