Monday, January 17, 2011

Must See for Kids - Consolidated

I've gone through the comments on my "What movies do you recommend for my girls?" post from the other day and have enough to keep them and me busy for awhile.

Movie Recommendations

Paint Your Wagon
The Black Hole (12+?)
Oklahoma
The Shootist
Silent Running
The Final Countdown
Hawk The Slayer
Original Star Wars Trilogy
Tron (original)
Quigley Down Under
Flight of the Navigator
White Fang
The Princess Bride
The Never Ending Story
War Games
Greystoke: The Legend Of Tarzan
Willow
The Labyrinth
The Dark Crystal
Back to the Future
The Gods Must Be Crazy
Hallelujah Trail
Pete's Dragon
The Ugly Dachshund
The Boatniks
Trinity is Still My Name
Snowball Express
Midnight Madness
Scavenger Hunt
Condorman
Ghost in the Noonday Sun
Swiss Family Robinson
No Deposit, No Return
Candleshoe
Dragonslayer
The Last Flight of Noah's Ark
The Journey of Natty Gann
The Man From Snowy River
Return to Snowy River
The Cowboys
McClintock
Rio Bravo
El Dorado
Big Jake
Fortress(?)
The Watcher in the Woods(?)
My Name is Nobody

Let me know in comments if I missed any.

I got "The Never Ending Story" and "Paint your Wagon" out of the DVD library for them yesterday so it will be interesting to see what they think of them.

I also got one called "Artic Life" ("OMG-all-the-polar-bears-are-going-to-die" type). It had some lovely shots of polar bears and other artic critters in it. The girls seemed to enjoy it. (We watched this first as it was a short movie and it was nearly their bedtime).

5 comments:

cybrus said...

Nice list! I haven't seen some of those so I guess I know what's going on Netflix!

Anonymous said...

I'm not a big movie person.
Only seen 13 of those.
Oddly enough, my absolute favorite of all times is there..."Gods Must Be Crazy". Drives me into fits of laughter every time.

One other they might enjoy is "Dances With Wolves".
The "Harry Potter" series is also nice.

Skul

On a Wing and a Whim said...

BBC Planet Earth. It's a massive thing, meant to be split into many parts, but the cinematography is stunning, the shots of predators doing their thing very restrained, the science generally darned good and very informative, and in general a beautiful, lovely thing.

Old NFO said...

Damn, there are some GOOD movies on that list! I'm with Cy, now I've gotta go back and see some of them again!

Me said...

Some excellent choices indeed.