Back when VHS tapes were the way to watch movies, Sugar editors were falling in love with their favorite childhood films. While some enjoyed timeless classics like Mary Poppins and The Wizard of Oz, others leaned toward popular '90s flicks like Aladdin, Homeward Bound, and The Sandlot. Whether you're planning a movie marathon night or just looking for new films to watch with your little ones, check out some of our all-time favorites!
Winter flicks and a bowl of popcorn are just what a chilly day calls for. Classics like Miracle are both persevering and tear-jerking (for mama), while new favorites like Ice Age are sure to give everyone a good chuckle. Consider our list, and crank up the heat; these heartwarming favorites will fight off any Winter chill the next time your hear the words "snow day"!
What's the most inappropriate object that could fall out of star Zac Efron's pocket during the premiere of Dr. Seuss' The Lorax? We'd put a condom pretty high up on the list. And that's just what happened, according to Today.com. While walking the orange carpet for the kids' flick (which he stars in), the 24-year-old actor had a major slipup when a condom fell out of Efron's pocket. The visibly embarrassed actor played it cool, quickly picking it up, mouthing "Oh my God!" to his publicist, and putting on his shades.
Our question is, why did Efron need easy access to a condom at a kids' premiere anyway? Parents, what do you think?
Sit back and get comfortable because mama may be spending a lot of time in the movie theater this year. While 2011 may have been the year of the 3D kiddie flick, 2012 shows no sign of putting the brakes on the trend! With the re-release of two Disney classics in three-dimensional form, the adaptation of a favorite Dr. Seuss book, and the introduction of a few new heroes, there will be plenty to keep tots entertained in the theater this year. Check out the kiddie flicks we're anticipating the most — and one that will specifically be for the mamas out there!
Baby, it's cold outside! During these chilly Winter months, 'tis the season to snuggle up with the kiddos and watch a movie. From timeless classic to new animated features, check out this selection of 10 Christmas movies the entire family is sure to enjoy!
Seeing Race to Witch Mountain take the top spot at the weekend box office got me all nostalgic for the original Witch Mountain movies. Escape to Witch Mountain and Return from Witch Mountain — both now out in special edition DVDs, which, frankly, I can't wait to buy — were two of my most frequent video rentals when I was a kid.
I'm not sure if they're the movies I watched the most, though — but they're up there with The NeverEnding Story, Labyrinth, and Wild Hearts Can't Be Broken, which I think I begged my parents to rent every time I stayed home sick from school. So, what about you? Which were your most frequently viewed movies as a kid?