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Offline Rich88

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Childhood film
« on: November 23, 2013, 06:21:04 PM »
What is your all time childhood film? I adore Toy Story 3. I have watched it last year and I can’t stop crying and I was thinking of how my toys felt when I rapidly traded them for clothes, bags, and shoes. It was disheartening and relatable, but exposes you in love and friendship at the same time.
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Offline 101lerist

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Re: Childhood film
« Reply #1 on: November 23, 2013, 06:50:07 PM »
My favorite childhood film has got to be the Little Rascals. It is one of the lighter children's movies there is. I mean, how often do you watch a movie that is composed of children that does adult things but in a cute way? Love has been shown there but not the kind of love that's heavy enough to break hearts. I also love it's comedy because they're kids who probably cannot understand yet what's happening but they look like they do. What's *nnier than that, huh? Hee. I love this movie. :)
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