Things gets a little bit old vs new when Grandfather and grandmother agrees to take care of 3 young 21st century kids while their parents are away for the weekend. Repetitive and a plot convenient story telling, everything seemed to just revolves around one single line and any chance of branching out forms more and more dead ends. Every joke made starts with Billy Crystal and ends with Billy Crystal with no proper emotional attachment to any character. It was just like one of those "just for laughs" Gag reel that you always watch on youtube, stitched up together and rounded up with a cliche happy ending. An inquisitive teenager pries into suspected dodgy dealings on her space station home - and ends up being sent down to Earth.
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Remember the Titians is a 2000 sports drama film that is based on the 1971 true story of Herman Boone, an African American football coach at T.C. The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring is a 2001 high fantasy movie that is based on the 1954 book, The Lord of the Rings, by J. School of Rock is a 2003 musical comedy film starring Jack Black, Joan Cusack, Mike White, Sarah Silverman and Miranda Cosgrove. I loved School of Rock, it was a fantastic film from the millennial and I would happily watch it every day.
This was a fantastic movie from olden day a clastic School house rock great choice thanks for sharing. The Incredibles was 2004 and there are a lot valuable lesson about being a stronger together as a family, but also finding your own individual strengths – love it!
We haven’t seen school of rock yet, I think that would be a fun movie to see with the kids.
I haven’t seen school of rock, but I have seen LOTR and I am not sure that is entirely a great little kid movie. I remember the movie of Lord of the ring, it’s really awesome movie and I admit that I enjoyed it.
But the poll has certainly identified some marvellous films across various genres and time periods. Tony Sloman, a film writer and producer, says: “This artful crowd-pleaser continues to reach out to every generation, thanks to expert and unsentimental handling from director Robert Wise (replacing William Wyler) and a magnificent performance from Julie Andrews. Andrew Collins says: “The last animated feature made under Walt Disney’s personal supervision before his death, this barnstorming classic occupies a truly rewarding perch in the studio’s history, repaying repeated releases in all formats, and ageing not a jot. John Ferguson, a film journalist who writes for publications in the UK and Australia, says: “This irresistible combination of dazzling effects and sly comedy propelled Michael J Fox to stardom and Robert Zemeckis to the front rank of Hollywood directors. Tom Hutchinson says: “Adults might view this musical fantasy as a grim fairy tale, with wild-eyed candy-maker Gene Wilder ruthlessly sorting out the honest from the two-faced among the child winners of a tour of his sweetmeat depot.
Andrew Collins, Radio Times’ film editor, says: “This animated fantasy comedy from DreamWorks is an irreverent, occasionally scatological fairy tale with state-of-the-art computer-generated images that almost steal a march on “Toy Story”. Tom Hutchinson, a film journalist and television presenter, says: “Though this magnificent film will go down in history as the first completely computer-generated animation feature, it is much more than just a technical tour de force. Radio Times critic Adrian Turner comments: “Producer Albert R “Cubby” Broccoli gave this children’s story from the pen of Bond author Ian Fleming the big-budget treatment and it nearly worked.
David Parkinson, a critic for The Guardian and contributing editor for Empire magazine, says: “This is easily the best of Disney’s experiments in combining animation and live action, and one of the studio’s best-loved films. Radio Times and Cinafantastique writer Alan Jones says: “One of Hollywood’s quintessential productions, this musical adaptation of L Frank Baum’s classic fable is probably the most beloved fantasy film of all time and the ultimate family picture. Film critic Joanna Berry says: “Steven Spielberg’s ode to aliens could also be seen as a tribute to all the loners of the world, as little ET, abandoned by his pot-bellied extraterrestrial pals, has to cope on Earth until they can come back and rescue him.
About the AuthorEditor of Top 10 Films, Dan Stephens is usually found pondering his next list.
Oooh The Jungle Book, I completely forgot about it even though it was a staple of my childhood. I once read someone that said they had their kids watching The Sound of Music, and cut the film with the So Long Farewell song. As an amalgamation of two genres action-horror unsurprisingly draws inspiration from a variety of avenues – be it comedy (Mr Vampire), fantasy (Big Trouble In Little China), science-fiction (Aliens), the western (Vampires) or even romance. It is a sub-genre I admire for its diversity as well as its inherent excitement built on the qualities of two historically trashy types of cinema. Like Neil Marshall’s Dog Soldiers, the granddaddies of the genre Predator and Aliens hugely influence Resident Evil in its depiction of well-trained, well-armed soldiers against a monstrous, supernatural foe. South Korean filmmaker Bong Joon-ho brings his own unique sense of humour to the monster-adventure-horror genre in The Host. If we are talking about mixing genres like James Cameron does with his science-fiction-action-horror Aliens then Robert Rodriguez takes the prize for the most memorable concoction. Neil Marshall’s high-energy werewolf movie sees a bunch of British soldiers face-off against a family of man-hungry werewolves in the Scottish Highlands. An early example of the action-horror as a giant ape terrorises New York City in search of his “love” – Fay Wray’s Ann Darrow. James Cameron made this cooking pot of genres – science-fiction, action, and horror – his own and Aliens is the best exponent of it. I expected Aliens and Terminator to make the list, but I was most surprised and happy that you included From Dusk Til Dawn.
Thanks for the comments guys…this is a genre very close to my heart as Aliens has been a long-standing favourite of mine for years.


Who can forget our very own, SIMBA, his daft pals, TIMON and PUMBA and their HAKUNA-MATATA!!! Billy Crystal (Grandpa) is going to show these runts the old way of handling things but how does these tech savvy new generation kids going to take it in?
You may find yourself laughing at some point in the movie but it was cheap, very cheap tricks that we have all fell for millions of times. From sports movies to epic fantasies to hilarious humor, the first half of the first decade offered something for everyone. When Dewey is fired as the guitar player for his own band, he devises a plan to make money to pay his rent and bills. She is perfectly cast as Maria, the reluctant nun who discovers her true calling (of course; she’s Mary Poppins) as governess to a houseful of youngsters. Based on Rudyard Kipling’s Mowgli stories, it drops the ‘Man Cub’ into a jungle at first perilous, then welcoming, then perilous, and so on. But a child’s-eye view usually sees through the sadistic coating — Roald Dahl adapted it from his even more cruel novel “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory” — to realise there’s a harmless soft centre to all this black magic.
Shrek is an ugly, antisocial green ogre (voiced in a variable Scottish accent by Mike Myers), who must rescue a human princess (Cameron Diaz) in order to appease evil Lord Farquaad (John Lithgow) and rid his swamp of an infestation of traditional fairy-tale characters: three little pigs, a Pinocchio-style character and so on (the disrespectful treatment that they receive suggests a sly dig at Disney orthodoxy). Making full use of a superb, Oscar-nominated screenplay and an accomplished voice cast led by Tom Hanks and Tim Allen, director John Lasseter has delivered a great adventure story that will not only entertain children but can also be enjoyed as a jokey parable by adults. The last feature overseen by Walt Disney before his death, it was nominated for 13 Oscars and scooped five, including best actress for Julie Andrews in her screen debut. It has something for everyone: wonderfully strange lands, fun-scary moments, a dazzling assortment of fairy-tale characters, fabulous songs to take us all somewhere over the rainbow, a peerless Judy Garland performance, and meaningful messages in abundance. Luckily, he’s befriended by an equally lonely little boy named Elliott, played by Henry Thomas, who proceeds to teach his alien chum how to talk, dress up in women’s clothes and guzzle beer. An unhealthy love of 1980s Hollywood sees most of his top 10s involving a time-travelling DeLorean and an adventurous archaeologist going by the name Indiana.
Most of the ones we did watch were the old black and white Disney films like That Darn Cat, The Ugly Dachshund and The AbsentMinded Professor.
I’d put ICE AGE instead of TOY STORY since it was more popular among family audience around the world not just in USA and the characters from ICE AGE are more beloved and appealing than the TOY STORY ones.
You can make a case for The Terminator being an astute and thoughtfully conceived sci-fi while calling it a straight-forward, raw and violent monster movie. It saw a boom period in the 1980s and 1990s when special-effects complemented technically refined action sequences across an array of genres.
Based on the critically-acclaimed and widely adored computer games, the film is one of the better works by director Paul W.S.
Here, quite unsubtly, the American military is blamed for a complete lack of health and safety protocol leading to the birth of a monstrous creature that enjoys feeding on human foe. From Dusk Till Dawn begins with the sun-kissed kidnap of a family by two gangsters running from the law. Dog Soldiers puts its own unique spin on the werewolf genre while celebrating the great exponents of action-horror Aliens and Predator.
From Die Hard and The Hunt for the Red October to later films The Last Action Hero and Die Hard with a Vengeance, McTiernan knows how to make the genre tick.
A lone survivor from a space-expedition-gone-wrong is sent back to the planet (and the monster) she escaped from with a bunch of well-armed marines. Looking at your top 5 (except the original King Kong which I haven’t seen) I LOVE all these films! Seeing that as a seven-year-old gave me a taste for action-horror which has seen the likes of Predator and From Dusk Till Dawn become instant hits for me. Animated movies have ultimate graphics and also have entertaining stories full of fun and drama. With ice all across, cute Scrat and the nut he takes alongwith him everywhere, this flick would give you chills and thrills.
Lion King is every child’s favorite movie till now, has been since decade and will remain so. Come, watch this hilarious flick about four friends who elope from the New York Zoo for their freedom and to travel the city but things go astray. This is a tale about finding the lost son and in the journey, making new friends and disinterring the fatherly affection and the motivation a child needs during his course of his life! Found myself barely giving a grin except for a scene where two characters crack a tornado of social media puns and that was it. Given the readership of the magazine I’m guessing the 2500 people who voted consisted mainly of grandparents wishing to occupy their children’s children with a melancholic sing-a-along hence the inclusion of films “Sound of Music” and “Mary Poppins” amongst others. Science-fiction, fantasy, musicals, and animation form the predominant genres, with musical-animation appearing as the favoured time-killer.
It still looks lovely, in particular the stunning opening panoramic sweep onto the mountain top and the Do Re Mi tour around Salzburg (location-scouted by the uncredited musical genius Roger Edens), and the Rodgers and Hammerstein score is as refreshing as ever.
As with all the best Disneys, there’s a terrific voice cast that includes Phil Harris as Baloo the bear, Louis Prima as the scat-singing orangutan King Louie and George Sanders as the suavely villainous tiger Shere Khan.
Fox plays the young student who travels back in time to the 1950s and acts as matchmaker for his future parents, who are showing no sign of falling in love. The animators achieve a startling level of reality, but it’s the characters that carry what is an incredibly slight beauty-and-the-beast story. In a suburban bedroom, Woody (Hanks), an old-fashioned pullstring cowboy, lords it benevolently over Mr Potato Head (Don Rickles), Bo-Peep (Annie Potts) and Rex the Dinosaur (Wallace Shawn) and remains his owner’s favourite toy until the arrival of birthday present Buzz Lightyear (Allen), a hi-tech space-ranger. She is splendid as the prim nanny who transforms the lives of her young charges through their visits to her charming fantasy world.


For thrilling excitement, the most frightening monsters the world has ever seen, and hours of fun…here are the best action-horror films.
That Hong Kong cinema of the 1980s often produced films featuring a mixture of high-concept ideas meant action and horror, along with comedy, made for crowd-pleasing entertainment. The film features some nail-biting action as a rogue truck begins following a lonely traveller through desolate Californian desert roads. Forcing the family to stop at a Texan strip-club where the gangsters are to meet their associate, all hell breaks loose when they discover the venue – called the Titty Twister – is a haven for a bunch of bloodthirsty vampires. In this science-fiction action film Arnie plays the “monster” in the form of a robot sent from the future to murder a woman in the past. In Predator, he lets battle commence when an alien monster armed to the teeth faces off against the Austrian muscle of Arnold Schwarzenegger. A made for TV venture that deservedly got the full theatrical treatment in the UK, Australia and elsewhere.
It’s basically a crime thriller for the first hour and then vampires show up and all hell breaks lose.
Full of adventure and a story about family, friendship, its a complete family entertainment in itself, most lovable by kids globally!! The movie has many series with the fourth one coming up with new friends in the company; the penguins!! When a high school that features only white students integrates with a nearby high school that features only black students, things don’t exactly go as planned.
Many of the songs — such as “I Wanna Be Like You” and the Oscar-nominated “The Bare Necessities” — have become standards. It’s beautifully played by the cast (honourable mentions to Christopher Lloyd, Lea Thompson and Crispin Glover), and makes the most of an ingenious script from Bob Gale and Zemeckis that finds time to poke fun at 50s icons and lifestyles between the bouts of time travelling. The only problem, and it’s very minor, is the degree to which Eddie Murphy’s Donkey — a partly-improvised vocal turn to match Robin Williams’s in Aladdin — steals the film. Quite why Dick Van Dyke was not even nominated for his performance as Bert the chimney sweep remains a mystery, as his energy is one of the picture’s main assets (though his cockney accent does leave something to be desired). For me, the film is one of the most terrifying cinematic experiences of my life – both for writer-director James Cameron’s brilliant, unnerving concept and Arnold Schwarzenegger’s killer-without-conscience robot who stalks the innocent. Predator came out the following year, leading the pretenders by example, as Arnold Schwarzenegger once again delivered the action in a horror-science-fiction setting. For Mr Vampire, the premise is in the title, as a priest specialising in the supernatural goes to battle with a rampaging vampire with the help of his Taoist students. The mysterious truck, operated by an unseen driver, takes on monstrous characteristics through its almost supernatural ability to outsmart lonesome salesman David Mann. Thus the crime-thriller transforms into an all-out action extravaganza as the bad guys and the good guys have to band together to survive. Michael Biehn’s Kyle Reese is the human who follows the robot back to the past as a protector for its target Sarah Connor (Linda Hamilton). Schoedsack depict the huge ape rampaging through the city streets of New York and, in the iconic finale, climbing to the top of the Empire State Building. Set in a Central American jungle, Arnie and his elite team of commandos get more than they bargained for when the alien creature, which has the ability to make itself appear invisible, begins stalking them. I think that’s because a team of artists spent hours and hours making every movement of the puppet as realistic as possible in-camera.
Each of the two schools are well-known for their football teams but now those two teams are one. This is the first movie in The Lord of the Rings trilogy, followed by The Two Towers in 2002 and The Return of the King in 2003.
He decides to form a band to take part in a music competition, to win the prize money and be recognized as the talented musician that he is. For those who love it, no persuasion is needed — it’s as fresh and as magical as Andrews’s smile.
Others including Resident Evil, Dog Soldiers, and Deep Rising are also enjoyable entries in the military-against-the-supernatural world of film. Featuring gore, slapstick humour, fast-paced Kung-fu action and even romance, Mr Vampire brings a whole new interpretation to the iconic gothic monster, making for a fascinating watch not suited for the faint-hearted. The claustrophobic shoot-out in the police station is one of the quintessential sequences of action-horror.
The film inspired a number of filmmakers to experiment with stop-motion, an early technique which allowed cinema to depict fantastical elements in-camera, and was especially useful for monster films. Family filmmakers were really bringing their A-game! Here are some of the best family movies from 2000-2005.
The coach from the black school is picked to head the team now, making the other coach develop feelings of animosity.
The movie stars Elijah Wood, Ian McKellen, Viggo Mortensen, Sean Astin, Liv Tyler, Cate Blanchett, Sala Baker, John Rhys-Davies, Billy Boyd, Dominic Monaghan, Orlando Bloom, Christopher Lee, Hugo Weaving, Sean Bean, Ian Holm and Andy Serkis. Ray Harryhausen and Japanese Kaiju filmmakers such as Ishiro Honda in Godzilla are great exponents of the art. Frodo must make the journey to Mount Doom to destroy the ring, to ensure the owner, a Dark Lord, doesn’t continue his reign. The fellowship treks night and day, in harsh weather and across dangerous terrain, facing evil and danger along the way.



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