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Family film classics to watch with the family
Over the years, there have been plenty of film classics to watch. They may have been released even before you were born, however you might still remember them as all-time favourites! They may be old, but they never ever go out of season
Chitty Chitty Bang Bang
Launched in 1968, this truly scrumptious movie is based on a single dad who turns his car into something extraordinary, a car that can fly and float! When taking a stroll, the children, Jemima and Jeremy, are caught by the child catcher.
Therapist mum and rocker teen daughter are locked in a battle of wills when they sit down in a Chinese restaurant. They’re given a fortune cookies that they both open, then it transforms them both into eachother.
Willy Wonka & The Chocolate Factory
From the time Charlie Bucket wins a golden ticket to Wonka’s factory, it’s a wild and visionary ride. Who could forget Veruca Salt stropping because she couldn’t have a goose that lays golden eggs, or Violet Beauregard turning into a blueberry?
The Wizard of Oz
Lions, tigers and bears, oh my! Dorothy flies into an exotic land by tornado, along the way she meets a scarecrow, a lion and a Tin Man! They go on a quest to find a way home and using intelligence and courage they follow the Yellow Brick Road. However, on their way they encounter a Wicked Witch, Fairy Godmother and flying monkeys.
A Little Princess
When young Sara is sent to boarding school by her well-meaning World War l bound father. The girl makes the most of things by entertaining friends with her fanciful tales. Sara receives some heart-breaking news and is forced to work as a servant, as she struggles to keep her sprits she makes some remarkable discoveries.
Woody is a kind-hearted cowboy doll who belongs to a young boy called Andy whose favourite toys are jeopardised when his parents buy him a Buzz Lightyear. When Andy’s family moves to a new house, Woody and Buzz must escape the clutches of their neighbour, Sid Phillips, and reunite with their boy.