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Mary Poppins (1964)

 

This classic never gets old. With the many different catchy songs in the movie, you are going to love every moment of the movie. This is a classic, so it is a little dated for the children. However, they will still love the fact that animation and cinema come together, similar to Who Framed Roger Rabbit.

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The Sandlot

 

This is our all time favorite movie! The comedy in this is just great. With such classics as “You play ball like a girl!” the and the many scenes with the boys playing baseball, the movie has everything you want in a comedy for the whole family. This is a classic tale of a new kid moving in and trying to make friends.

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Night At The Museum 3: Secret Of The Tomb

 

This movie was entertaining, but it lacked a few things that could have made the movie so much better. Rebel Wilson’s role in this was hilarious and the supporting cast was interesting. The sad part of the movie is when Robin Williams is saying his last monologue.

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Home Alone 5: The Holiday Heist

 

This HAS to be the last one they will make. This was so horrible that we had to stop watching it halfway through. We thought that it was going to be funny since Eddie Steeples was in it, but he was just as awkward as the rest of the cast. Hopefully the “Made for TV movie” fact is going to stop them from making another one in the near future.

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Home Alone 4

 

We only post this as a way of keeping the franchise together. However, this has got to be where the franchise died. This is because the movie was really bad. By keeping the names of the characters from the first two movies was bad home alone 4 (2)taste. They had none of the original actors and this was just awkward.

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Home Alone 3

 

Going into this movie, we were thinking that it was going to be really bad. However, we were shocked to find that it was really funny and that it had a really good new feel to it. Sure, we can’t have Kevin all the time, it was strange that home alone 3 (2)there was another kid just as good as a genius as Kevin.

Home Alone 2: Lost In New York

 

Again, the collection impresses. Not often to you find a movie’s sequel just as good, maybe even better, than the first one. With this movie, you are going to laugh even harder than the first one. With the setting switched to New York though, it was kind of unbelievable to see that Kevin had everything at his disposal right away with no problems.