My kids love that movie, I love all of the different characters that Jim Carey can play and still they all seem original. If your kids like that kind of movie, they should watch some of these movies as well: City of Ember, Spiderwick Chronicals or Inkheart. I guess it all depends on how old your children are, mine are 8, 5 and 5 months. My husband and I share the same love of fantasy movies, Labryinth the Never Ending Story, etc...
:D i love this movie too. very cool & unique..man i remember this..now makes me wanna watch it again :D
I was in Borders and swung by the mag stand to look in Stuffed..There ya were...showed my son..He said you rock...and he is 16..thats a compliment.Have a Grand 2010
Meg, theyve seen Spiderwick (love the house!!) but we'll check out inkheart or I will if they can't see it, hahaha...thanks for the names :)zero, hahaha, see it, it's always inspiring, especially the ending credits :DSonia, really?? It's out already? And that is a HUGE compliment for sure!! hahah :D Tell him THANKS!
Our daughter loves Count Olaf too. There's something about over-the-top villains that tickles her fancy. She suggested we name the baby Lord Voldemort...we had to veto that one. :)S. @ Kinderscares
If you named a child Lord Voldemort, when it came time for supper, how would you call him? JJ, do your kids have Coraline? It would seem a natural if they dig Lemony Snicket.
LOL Kinder....I dunno, I LOVE the name MARS.... Jay...they haven't...it is on the list though! :D
Man...Count Olaf was disturbingly attractive in that film! The house was so amazing- I actually rewound it and watched it about 3 times, pausing and zooming and taking caps. I want a house like that!Nanny McPhee has a great house too, and it's a great movie!
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