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msanthrope Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sun Sep-04-11 10:38 PM
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17. Yes. Nemo, Fantasia, Wizard of Oz, Babe, Babe, Pig in the City,
Edited on Sun Sep-04-11 10:41 PM by msanthrope
Charlotte's Web, Cars are all good for a 5 year old. You may think some are very commercial, but all I've listed are very mild. You may not think these movies are 'great' for his development, but at the same time, if you raise a kid that knows nothing about the common culture around them, you don't do them any favors. My kid isn't allowed to watch 99.9% of tv--but is allowed to watch classic movies. She loved the Wizard, and Nemo, and Babe. Alice in Wonderland, too.

In a year or two? Spirited Away, My Neighbor Totoro, Ponyo, perhaps Toy Story, Wall-e. There's lots out there, you just have to watch it first.

Upthread some one mentioned The red Balloon. Excellent. Also the classic Willy Wonka--my kid watched that HUNDREDS of times. Then she got on this Tim Burton kick and watched Nightmare Before Christmas to the point where she could sing the entire cast album.
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