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The Education Of Little Tree (1997)

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Empire of the Sun (1987)

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The Enchanted Forest (1945)

A simple good-hearted film that kids, and those who love kids, love. And the acting is more than decent. (I did chuckle over the mean old lumberjacks marching and singing thru the woods.) What more to say?

According to TCM's David Osborne, it was made in 16mm and in Eastman Color by a small company that couldn't afford anything more expensive. Bless those little people.

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Escape to Witch Mountain (1975)

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Être et avoir (2002)

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The Fallen Idol (1948)

Bobby Henrey is very visible and very appealing. From info on the DVD Carol Reed had a hard job getting a performance out of the boy, but Reed was known to be incredibly patient and ingenious in working with kids.

It was interesting to me to see Ralph Richardson in such a kindly and benign role.

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Fanny och Alexander (1982)

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First Kid (1996)

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Flipper (1996)

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Forever Young (1992)

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Frankenweenie (1984)

Enjoyable, and typical of Tim Burton's dark and delightful stuff. But Barret Oliver was the main interest for me. There couldn't have been a cuter or more appealing little boy in the world at the time - except possibly for Lukas Haas.

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Free Willy (1993)

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Frequency (2000)

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The Full Monty (1997)

First time in ages I have gotten some really good laughs out of a movie. This is dead-on. I didn't think it was possible nowadays to poke fun at male human nature in such a good-hearted way, especially with this outrageous gimmick! Hilarious.

William Snape as Gaz's son is very touching. The loving relationship between them is nicely given.

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Das goldene Ding (1972)

A visual feast.

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Goodbye, Mr. Chips (2002)

A good production and quite moving.

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Gringuito (1998)

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Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire (2005)

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Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban (2004)

Almost a totally different kind of experience compared to the first two. It is still a pleasure to watch the kids, now teenagers. Yes, the signs of heavy editing are obvious, e.g. in my favorite scene in the book, Harry's Patronus spell produces the stag - but the movie never explains it! I notice the geography of Hogwarts grounds has been changed which is ok but a bit odd following the previous films.

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Hearts in Atlantis (2001)

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