There are certain things which we never forget from our childhood for e.g. Standing in front of Fan and talking so that you can hear your Robotic voice, whenever you were left alone in your house you will start preparing, as if some burglar is going to barge in your place because you think you are Kevin of Home Alone or you used to secretly spy on your toys, that someday you will find they too speak as they do so in Toy Story. We have a stunning effect of these movies on our childhood, so much that they are still stuck in our head! So let’s take a joy ride back to those days and find out which movies of your Kindergarten or Preteen era you are still not over with….
“Ahhh so… Mom yesterday I found a Chest in the backyard, is this possible that it can contain Jumanji and we will play it will be soo much fun”
“What!?!??, Go get rid of the chest now “
Well, this might the scenario with you in childhood days where you always wish that somewhere, some chest pop out with a Jumanji in it because can’t rid of watching the movie and so you wanna play it. Jumanji is a movie where two kids find and play a magical board game, they release a man trapped for decades in it and a host of dangers that can only be stopped by finishing the game.
Night at the Museum (Series)
This might be the movie where the kids scared of dinosaurs will always fear to go to the museum but nonetheless every kid adores the series. The movie features spastic, cartoonish violence by the museum exhibits that come to life. It’s the action, comedy and one of the awaited movies which kids find hilarious and are always on their toes to catch the first show!
Honey, I Shrunk the Kids
While experimenting in the science lab in the 6th grade you always wonder from what Wayne Szalinski had made that solution which shrunk them or flew them up. This is one of the ridiculously Adventurous and fun movie for kids where an inventor tired from her wife invents a ray which shrunk things and accidentally shrunk his neighbor’s kids. There are the other two parts; in the second one he flew up his son while in Third he shrunk himself and his wife.
Bob Parr (A.K.A. Mr. Incredible), and his wife Helen (A.K.A. Elastigirl), are the world’s greatest famous crime-fighting superheroes in Metroville. But soon they have to retire and they raise their family of two sons and a Daughter, also born with super powers which are according to their personalities. The world of Incredibles is indeed incredible. We love this family so much that somewhere in your old drawer you still have that mask hidden.
What happens when an 8 year old is left home alone? We surely can imagine the scenes of Home Alone because we are still stuck with it!
The children of secret-agent parents must save them from danger. It’s a total Action-packed Adventure, Every kid after watching this, are suspicious of the work of their parents. It’s the movie where Kids save their parents from danger. Nevertheless, we enjoy watching an action with a little bit of comedy!
It’s Emotional, It’s humorous, and it’s Adventure, It’s Animated What do we need more? When Nemo is lost in the reef, His father tries to rescue his son and both face tremendous problems.
Toy Story (Series)
What do the Toys do in the meantime, when we don’t play with them? This Movie gives the in the in the most charmingly fantastic way we laugh, we cry throughout the journey when the enemies turn friends. Every series is better than the previous one and more entertaining!
Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory
Well, who doesn’t dream of living in the chocolate land? And what if suddenly it comes true? Won’t you be on the cloud nine? That’s why we still adore the poor Charlie in the movie, although we are sometimes jealous because he gets what he wants- A free supply of chocolates
Baby’s Day Out
Last but not the least- Baby’s Day Out, Which is all time favorite of everyone in the family even are grandparents enjoy this family comedy. Where we still laugh when any of the three Veeko, Norby or Eddie falls or got hit by a stamp post and we fall in love all over again with Baby Bink!