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Submitted by JL 593d ago | opinion piece

Five Fabulous Family Fantasy Films

CPC:
With Bilbo and his friends about to venture into thousands of cinemas across the globe, I thought I’d remind us all of five of the most popular fantasy family films. In my eyes they are the epitome of what I classify as a fantasy film. They have either fantastical creatures, take place in mystical lands or they have wild, exciting scenarios in which our characters have a great adventure. (Culture)

Lord_Sloth  +   593d ago
I don't even have a family and I still watch Labyrinth. Twas a very good film.

And isn't LotR a bit on the dark side for a family film? What with the neck breaking, blood, beheading, burning alive, being pumped full of arrows, and not to mention all the imagery that could pose very frightening for a younger mind.
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black911  +   592d ago
Whers goonies & The Witches

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