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Favorite Films of All Time (1992 Edition)
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The Garbage Pail Kids Movie (1987)
#125Raunchy, stupid and I don't plan on ever watching it again; but dammit I thought it was hilarious as a kid.
I was a huge fan of the video game on NES. The movie wasn't as much fun, but it was cool to compare the two.
What American kid wasn't a fan of Sesame Street?
*Batteries Not Included (1987)
I was huge on robots and technology (ok, I still am) as a youngster so any movie like this was going to make the list.
The Care Bears Movie (1985)
I liked adventures and I liked animation... even the damn Care Bears apparently.
I had a dog as a kid, so I liked any of these films about animals, dogs especially.
Adventures in Babysitting (1987)
I don't remember a whole lot about this movie, but clearly I remembered at age 10.
Pete's Dragon (1977)
One of the earliest examples of animation/real life combining their talents. I loved it.
I remember liking special affects, thinking Demi Moore was pretty, and Whoopi was funny. I'm not sure if this is true anymore, it's been a while.
I recently saw this and didn't realize how silly the movie was. I remember it being scary as a kid.
Crocodile Dundee II (1988)
I remember seeing this at a sleepover for my 9th birthday. I had just returned from a trip to Australia, so it was fitting.
Ernest Saves Christmas (1988)
I was a fool for these movies.
The simplest of movies but somehow I was touched by it after every viewing.
The Great Outdoors (1988)
I was a huge fan of John Candy back in the day.
Short Circuit (1986)
Another robot comedy.
The Phantom Tollbooth (1970)
Another animation/real life movie. I was wowed by this movie when I first saw it.
Little Monsters (1989)
This movie had everything for a little shit kid like me.
Mac and Me (1988)
Such a weird movie, but I think I liked it as a kid, because it was so much like ET, but I'm not really sure. Clearly it was the poor man's ET.
Joe Versus the Volcano (1990)
Another strange movie, but I remember this being the first Tom Hanks movie I ever saw and I've been nothing but a huge fan since.
Charlotte's Web (1973)
This was back in the day when I read all those kids books and so naturally I loved this movie too.
I remember this movie being more scary than funny back at this time. I remember having a Gremlins coloring book, too.
Another dog movie, this time with the molten hot actor of the time, Jimmy B.
Ernest Goes to Camp (1987)
The first Ernest movie I saw, and somehow that made it the best.
The Parent Trap (1961)
Pollyanna didn't make the list, but I remember having a big Hayley Mills crush back in the day (not realizing she was actually completely grown up at the time I watched these)
Williams was on his game for a long time, and he was even brilliant in this kids film ahead of its time.
The Absent-Minded Professor (1961)
I loved the goofy antics and could really relate to the absent-mindedness.
I was a huge fan of anything Popeye as a kid.
I remember not really getting this movie, but apparently liked it enough for it to make the top 100.
Jetsons: The Movie (1990)
I thought everything was so cool in this futuristic animated movie.
The Chipmunk Adventure (1987)
I was crazy about the Chipmunks. I had their albums, watched their TV show, and watched this movie all the time. By age 10 I guess the excitement started to wane a bit.
I've always liked musicals, and this is one I watched quite a bit.
Puff the Magic Dragon (1978)
Before realizing all of the marijuana references, I enjoyed this short film because of the wackiness.
Bill & Ted's Bogus Journey (1991)
I thought these guys were hilarious and remember watching this with my dad and older brother, who didn't understand why... at all.
The Rocketeer (1991)
When I first found out Hollywood used to be called Hollywoodland.
The Sword in the Stone (1963)
I loved the story of this and all the animated special effects of the wizards.
I found Magoo hilarious in this and the music is actually quite good.
I remember watching this with my parents. I laughed at all they parts they didn't laugh at, and visa versa.
One of the great epics as a child.
The Wizard (1989)
I was beginning to really get into video games when this came out and remember getting excited whenever there was a game on screen that I had played. Plus the ending with Super Mario 3 was awesome!!!
Meet Me in St. Louis (1945)
My mom introduced me to most of the older movies I watched as a child, this was one of my favorite... I am not really sure why, haha.
Major League (1989)
I loved (and still do) baseball so this was a great one to watch.
The Great Mouse Detective (1986)
I loved mysteries (Hardy Boys, Encyclopedia Brown) as a kid, so this Sherlock Holmes (with mice) adventure was gold!
The Rescuers (1977)
A grand adventure with nice music. Mice were popular as a kid.
The Princess Bride (1987)
My older sister was in this play around this time, so we watched it quite a bit.
The Witches (1990)
I was so intrigued by these witches, with how disgusting they were, and I loved the old hotel as a setting.
Thumper was a childhood favorite. I always felt so bad when watching the mom die and Bambi realizing what happened.
Turner & Hooch (1989)
More Tom Hanks and more dogs. Some of my favorite things as a kid.
I remember thinking the fires and explosions were so cool as a kid. I didn't really understand the whole story at that time though.
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This is the first edition in a series of lists that catch you up with the favorite films of Stephen H Koontz
At 10 years old I started making lists. They mainly consisted of general favorite movie and music lists.
As you can see, there are a lot of movies a young punk kid growing up in that time would like. Some may have been a little adult for my age (T2, A View to a Kill) but hell I liked em for what they were.
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