Have you ever heard the saying ‘You cannot get consensus through committee”? If you don’t believe this saying try taking your kids to the local video store and asking them to agree on a movie. Take a seat, because you’ll be there for a while.
Latest trends in technology such as the new Apple TV, Telstra’s T-Box and Quickflix can remove the hassle of driving to the video store, but not the hassle of waiting for your kids to finally decide on watching Toy Storyor Sponge Bob Square Pants.
The team at Kid Magazine have come across a nifty website that has complied user ratings of all kids’ movies and consolidated them into a top 100 list. You can access the Top 100 Kids & Family Movies byclicking here.
The list contains some great hits from the forties, fifties, sixties, seventies, eighties, nineties and present. The top 10 list is below.
3. The Wizard of Oz (1939)
8. Henry V (1944)
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