Underappreciated Movies

Discussion in 'Disney Chat' started by DiamondDollJeanette, Aug 24, 2019.

  1. pintrader.club

    pintrader.club New Member

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    Well I've just found a load of movies I need to watch! Didn't even know some of these existed!
  2. krand1276

    krand1276 Well-Known Member

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    Omg, I looked at my movie shelf last night and how did I ever forget Candleshoe? Jodie Foster and David Niven were amazing in that! One of my all time favorite movies!

    Also The Castaway Cowboy has a special place in my heart since I’m from Hawaii and it’s set there. Also, James Garner! *swoon*
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  3. dancecats

    dancecats Administrator Staff Member DPF Administrator

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    I'm glad you did, I was just about to. Can I also mention/add (I don't think anyone else has):
    Escape to Witch Mountain
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  4. halloweenfiend

    halloweenfiend You Had Me At "Pumpkin"!

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    I read all of Jim Kelgaard's books as a child. I didn't realize Disney made a movie from one of his books.
  5. Hatchaway

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    Bedknobs and Broomsticks was one of my favorite movies as a kid! It’s probably more well known among big Disney fans, but nobody my age that I’ve spoken to outside of that has heard of it.
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  6. stitchismyspiritanimal

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    Definitely agree with you on Meet The Robinsons. That movie has so much heart, it's bursting to get out.
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  7. DawnB

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    For me its:
    The Cat from Outer Space
    The Richest Cat in the World
    You Ruined My Life (a TV Movie from The Magical World of Disney)
    The Sword in the Stone
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  8. Jack Skellington

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    In prep for our recent Holiday we completed a 100 weeks of Disney, which included watch 1 movie, listen to a song and do a task each week.

    Most of the ones listed so far were included(The younger generations reactions at some political incorrectness was fun in itself), but to add:-

    One of our Dinosaurs is missing
    Song of the South(my fave film growing up)
  9. akarih

    akarih Resident "Young Person"

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    Song of the South... I won't comment for fear of making someone mad lol. 100 weeks of Disney sounds really fun though!

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  10. Damiens pins

    Damiens pins Well-Known Member

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    I really love frankenweenie but it doesn't get the love it deserves
  11. momin.ator

    momin.ator Well-Known Member

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    Has anyone seen Black Hole? It was strange.
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  12. megw717

    megw717 new, but not that new

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    I loved Flight of the Navigator as a kid.

    The Black Cauldron is one of my favorite books, but I didn't like the movie that much. I wish the movie got more attention, tho, so that maybe it could cash in on this live action remake trend.
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  13. SoraPandora

    SoraPandora I'm SoraPandora again!

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    I loved the books as well! Especially Eilonwy’s character.

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  14. unibear

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    I would say the Hayley Mills version of "The Parent Trap". Still my go-to favorite old-school Disney live-action film (in fact, I'm going to watch it right now!). I've seen the Lindsey Lohan version, and I like it a lot... but not as much as the original.

    Also, I'd say "Stitch: The Movie" is one of my favorite direct-to-video Disney movies. I mean, it introduced the whole concept of Stitch's "cousins" (the other 625+ experiments created by Jumbaa)!
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  15. tiggeriffic

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    The Black Cauldron, of course. And yes, the book series is great!

    Anyone seen Island At The Top Of The World? It's been a long time but I remember it being fun. Also, Something Wicked This Way Comes.
  16. Gwyneria

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    omg this thread was like taking a walk down memory lane! The nostalgia...

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