Andy Dufresne is convicted of murdering his wife and her lover and must serve two life sentences for this crime, but did he actually commit it? He is sent to Shawshank prison and it certainly is a tough place to be.
John appears to be an ordinary teenager just hanging out with his friends, being popular and involved in all of the sports at school. But we are shown that he is certainly not normal at all, and in fact from another planet an alien. His guardian acts as a father and protects him by moving him around different towns.
Riley has had a very happy childhood filled with some amazing memories, but everything is going to be put to the test when she is moved from that life to San Francisco. We are shown this massive change through her emotions, Joy, Sadness, Anger, Disgust and Fear.
Charlie Simms is in prep school and doesn’t massively fit in with the rich kids. He must get a job to help pay for it and ends up looking after blind Lieutenant Colonel Frank Slade. It isn’t as easy and straightforward as he may think . . . Read the rest of this page »
When putting together my 7 Childhood Films for the Childhood Films Blogathon I am hosting I realised that I had not actually put any animated films in! Now that is such a silly thing to do really considering animation is a big part of what you will watch as a child. So I decided to submit another post and have 7 animated films from my childhood in this blog post!
I was never massively into the Disney Princess thing so that will just clarify why not many of them are included in this list. I was going to cheat and include Space Jam with it being part animated but resisted that temptation!
Sylvia – Mica Paris
Jim – Shaun Williamson
Chad – Ben Lewis
Natalie – Laura Tebbutt
Mayor Matilda Hyde – Sian Reeves
Dennis – Mark Anderson
Miss Sandra – Kate Tydman
Lorraine – Aretha Ayeh
Dean Hyde – Felix Mosse
Sheriff Earl – Chris Howell
Show Date – Saturday 18th July 2015 (Matinee)
This is post is part of the Childhood Films Blogathon that I am hosting on Let’s Go To The Movies. Read the announcement post – here.
I have decided to keep it in with my 7 Things feature on the blog and have picked 7 of my favourite childhood films and probably some of my all time top watched films!
Just missed out of my list . . . Sister Act
The day has eventually arrived! It seems like forever ago now that I came up with the idea of this blogathon celebrating and sharing our favourite childhood films. Going to be interesting to read who still likes some of them to this day as well! I will keep updating this post with entries, so feel free to post a link to your entry in the comment section ;-)
Announcement Post – incase you somehow missed it!
Don’t worry if you have not managed to get your post up this weekend, I will continue to add them if you come up with something you would like to contribute to it all. Hope you can meet some new fellow blogger and find new blogs to read!
Drew @ Drew’s Movie Reviews – Fave Five Films from My Childhood
Emilia @ Emilia Hearts – Favourite Childhood Movies Live-action
Wendell @ Dell on Movies – Childhood Films
Mike @ Mike’s Cinema – Childhood Films
Eric @ Mindless Static – Top 10 Movies From My Childhood
Sherise @ The Girl that Loved to Review – Childhood Films
Amelia @ Graphics are Overrated – Childhood Films
Brad @ Bradscribe – Childhood Films
Sam @ 24 Frames Per Second – How I Became a Movie Nerd
Elena @ Elena Square Eyes – Favourite Childhood Films
Allie @ Flick Chicks – Most Watched Childhood Films
Kim @ Tranquil Dreams – Top 15 Childhood Films