Which children's film have you watched to most times

(37 Posts)

Its either Madagascar or Toy Story here, I'm not sure. Which is good because it used to be the first series of Dogtanian.

Brighteyes27 Wed 06-Jun-12 13:46:42

The Chronicles of Narnia (both my children loved this from an early age). It was a wet winter afternoon favourite per-school and we've watched it together a few times since.

HamburgerHelper Wed 06-Jun-12 13:52:46

DS (5): Snow White, Cars and Cars 2

Me (Mumble, mumble): Wizard of Oz and Willie Wonka

recall Wed 06-Jun-12 13:55:17

Tangled - every single day since it came out on DVD, I still love it too.

fuzzpig Wed 06-Jun-12 13:56:52

We tend to go through phases in our house - monsters inc, basil the great mouse detective, Hercules, tangled, cars 1/2, toy story (3 in particular), fantasia

Massive Disney fans here!

My DCs are also thoroughly brainwashed getting into a lot of old classics too, they love dangermouse, TopCat, trap door etc smile

Thumbwitch Wed 06-Jun-12 13:59:23

I think possibly KungFu Panda.
Maybe How To Train Your Dragon, Ice Age (any) or Shrek - but I feel KFP is probably the winner.

SkinnyVanillaLatte Wed 06-Jun-12 14:00:42

I hate all children's films

since being traumatized by Lion King

MonsieurChatouille Wed 06-Jun-12 14:16:46

Dd1: Railway Children, Wizard of Oz, Ratatouille, all Tintins
Dd2: all Toy Stories, all Ice Ages, Cars

Dp is the only one of us that has ever watched the Lion King. Are the dcs missing out on a potential favourite?

Thumbwitch Wed 06-Jun-12 15:07:23

I could have mentioned Lion King in DS's list, actually. He loves it to bits. I don't.

DandyDan Tue 10-Jul-12 18:40:10

Probably The Hunchback of Notre Dame

Piccalilli2 Tue 10-Jul-12 18:42:25

Toy Story 1, 2 and 3 or Shrek (but only the first one, the sequels are a bit lame). I love Finding Nemo but the dds have outgrown it a bit

poorbuthappy Tue 10-Jul-12 18:42:30

Tangled 4 times a day for the past week. I am now only watching the songs.
I love sprinting into the living room singing
"mother knows best". grin
Not sure the kids appreciate it though.

Half the time they aren't even in there and I sing and dance to myself instead. smile

How is "up" not on here yet?
It is one of very few films that brings me to tears every timesad.
I also love the dog voicesgrin

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