Remember These? 15 Of Our Favorite Childhood Movies From The 80’s And 90’s

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February 15, 2013 ‐ By Iva Anthony

Remember when you were 10 and 11 and you thought you could do anything and there still might be monsters in your closet and magic was possibly real? Well, we have these movies to thank for that. When we were kids, we absolutely loved these flicks and as adults, we officially consider them our childhood faves.

"The Sandlot movie poster"

Sandlot

Baseball commentator Scott Smalls reminisces about the summer of ’62, the year his family moved and he first fell in love with the game of baseball. It was in “The Sandlot” that he learned first-hand the meaning of teamwork and camaraderie. He also realizes everyone abstains from hitting a homerun over the sandlot fence because there’s a ferocious dog guarding the property. As luck would have it, the first time Scott “borrows” his stepfather’s autographed baseball without asking, he hits it over the fence and has to go retrieve it. A classic cult favorite, “The Sandlot” spawned three direct-to-video sequels.

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  • toya

    No ‘Honey I Shrunk The Kids’????

  • nolimit_soldier

    Man these movies bring back alot of memories and now that I have kids I have introduced them to some of these movies. I bought Clueless on dvd for my daughters’ as one of the presents from me to them for (this past) Christmas. I kid you not they have watched that movie non stop since. My 7 year old said she’s going to bring the “As if” back lol smh..its really hard trying to find BeBes Kids on dvd I want to get that for them too (I dont think they seen it yet). Home Alone and that one Olsen twins (when they were little) Christmas movie w Rhea Pearlman (i forget the name) will always be MY personal fav

  • Laine

    What’s the movie called about Camp Coocamangoo (or something like that) with Steve Urkel..? Also a favorite…

    • nolimit_soldier

      i miss that movie ABC Family use to show that movie every once in a great while..thats a very rare movie..the only ones who know about this movie r ppl that actually were kids literally growing up in the 90s; who kept their eyes glued to the tv (i can admit im one of thee x))

  • EDW

    Check your facts on the narrator of this movie