Hocus Pocus was on tonight.... I forgot how funny Bette Midler, Sarah Jessica Parker and Kathy Najinsky (sp?), they seem to be about to crack up laughing at any moment.
I also really enjoyed TRON. The greatest part about the movie is the scenes that showed a lot of the classic arcade games, like Berserk, Pac-Man, etc. in Flynn's arcade. Wow, a movie that really focused on the games of my youth!!!! COOL!!!!
Favorite Buzz Quotes: To Infinity and Beyond!!!!!
Tell me I wasn't that deluded!!!
He's the Cutest, Handsomest character EVER!!!! :heart:
Ok...here are my favorites...
Song of the South
Bedknobs & Broomsticks
The Parent Trap (The Originial)
Pirates of the Carribean
I always loved The Gnome-Mobile, too...but I haven't seen that in years!
I can't narrow it down to just one:
Mary Poppins - That's the first Disney movie I can remember seeing in a movie theater.
That Darn Cat! (1965) - I remember my Dad driving my sister and brother and I from CT to Radio City Music Hall to see this during Christmas vacation. It was my favorite movie for years!
The North Avenue Irregulars - I took some kids I was babysitting for to see this when it first came out. This is one of the better 1970's Disney Movies.
The Watcher in the Woods - This is an underrated Disney movie. I was so happy when Anchor Bay released this on DVD a few years ago. My kids were scared to death the first time they watched it, now it's one of their favorites!
You should be happy to know that this was just rereleased on DVD!Originally Posted by pezheadval
I Mary Poppins and both of the Parent Traps.
I love the Three Musketeers too, but my new favorites include Pirates of the Caribbean and The Pacifier.
They call me "Nana"
Mary Poppins hands down!
Remember the Titans
Mighty Ducks 1-3
League of their own
(notice all sports flicks)
You forgot Angels in the Outfield (so did I--one of my all time favorites--in fact, I haven't ever seen a Disney movie that I didn't like! Except for Home on the Range.)
They call me "Nana"
20,000 Leagues Under the Sea!
Something Wicked This Way Comes
Pirates of the Carribbean
What I say 100 times each day:
"It's not a Disney Resort even though it's on Disney property!"
I know it is really Touchstone but I loved Tombstone and Who Framed Roger Rabbit.
"You can design and create, and build the most wonderful place in the world. But it takes people to make the dream a reality."
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