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genuinely the best family film ever made.
in my top 5.
Never knew it could be so wrong,
Why'd it take me so long just to find,
You're the friend that was there all along...
is the best family film ever made?
2. Wind in the Willows (1985, Cosgrove Hall edition)
3. Back to the Future
4. Spirited Away
5. The Iron Giant
1. bean: the ultimate disaster movie
2. super mario bros
3. cool runnings
4. the lion king
5. back to the future III
the 90s was the golden age of film, really.
how pleased I am to see Cool Runnings in there. Just as I was about to take you to task.
But BTTF III is pretty bad. What it's doing in there is anyone's guess.
What' Super Mario Bros is doing in a list of 'family' films is also beyond consideration.
if it hadn't been for her it would have been ace, still very good though.
if you see a crocodile don't forget to scream
It makes her do belly giggles.
Rock rock rock the boat,
underneath the stream.
Ha ha ha I fooled you all!
I'm a submarine
being just one of them. Don't get me started on Baa Baa Pink Sheep...
I'll do that tonight though and torpedo her ass off the sofa!
just so's you know
thanks. I think my other half does a rock rock... one. Something like...
Rock rock rock the boat
gently to and fro
rock rock rock the boat
and into the water we go (fall backwards) SPLASH!!!
probably means more to me than any single ive heard in the last 10 years.
Including Rudy's Rare Records and anything Horne & Corden came up with.
i don't think anything should be compared to horne & corden. in fact it should be made illegal. in fact, THEY should be made illegal.
the show was rubbish and drab and awful. though the eerieness and really really depressing title sequence might be the best title sequence ive ever seen.
the animated series was abysmal, obvs, as was mr bean on holiday.
the ultimate disaster movie, however, reached the dizzying heights of perfection that nothing in any art form has come close to reaching, ever. spectacular work.
i <3 Mr Bean the series. the films were gash!