"Hook. I know it’s not real. But it feels so real."
"I just watched it in my 40s, and still got chills at the end when the ship appears!"
"Nightmare Before Christmas. My 4yo kid loves it, so I’ve watched it a lot during the last few months and I enjoy it every time."
The Tim Burton aesthetic before it was overdone. The practical effects. The world-building. Michael [email protected]#king Keaton stealing the movie even though he was only on screen for 17.5 minutes. The dark humor.
I watched it so much that, to this day, I can still recite the movie line for line. I shared it with my kids and they love it, too. (though, not as much as me)"
"Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. The 1990 film."
"Emperor’s New Groove."
"Agree on Home Alone, however, have to say Home Alone 2: Lost In New York.
John Williams’ music warms my heart every holiday season."
"The Princess Bride."
"The Dread Pirate Roberts had advice about masks that’s relevant today:
It’s just that masks are terribly comfortable — I think everyone will be wearing them in the future."
"Shrek is love, Shrek is life."
"The Labyrinth. Good puppet work never gets outdated. Bad CGI ages like milk but a movie shot with good practical effects never gets old."
I don’t know what it is, but there’s something about that decidedly mediocre film that just gets me excited every time I watch it."
"Who Framed Roger Rabbit.
Even as an adult, I’m unwilling to accept the cartoon characters aren’t actually real."
"Harry and the Hendersons."
"Pewee’s Big Adventure"