Parents – what's the worst kids film you've had to endure!?…
Yep, there’s something in small children’s brains that means they can see the same thing over and over and over and over again and not get bored.
My little one is into Paw Patrol at the moment, there’s a couple of series worth on Netflix but she only wants to watch the one with the Alien.Posted 7 months ago
My Little Pony!.
You shut your filthy whore mouth. MLP is awesome!
Here’s my favourite Rainbow Dash outfit:
Some of the Direct-to-DVD Disney stuff is absolutely appalling though. e.g. “Once Upon A Halloween”, which is basically just bits of other Disney films stuck together for no real reason with very little attempt at a plot.
Posted 7 months agomolgripsSubscriber
Besides the obvious – Finding Nemo and Frozen.
Finding Nemo is just one long string of oppressive jeopardy sequences, the dad is annoying as hell too. As for Frozen – utterly un convincing, and that stupid snowman is the pits. None of it makes sense. It’s garbage.Posted 7 months agoLSMember
‘Barbie and the Great Fairy Rescue’ I think it was called, although it was a good few years ago now it’s still etched in as being the worst 90 minutes of my life.
The only thing I really took away from it was that during the ads for the upcoming stuff, another kids’ film had ‘Kickstart My Heart’ by Motley Crue in the soundtrack. It was aimed at 6-8 year olds 😯 😆Posted 7 months agobinnersSubscriber
As the father of two young girls, I consider it one of my lifes greatest achievements that I have managed to avoid ever watching Frozen
Dear Lord, the Peanuts movie was awful
Mrs Binners took Binnerette number 2 to see that, and she would concur, though the language she used was considerably more forceful
I think Alvin and the Chipmunks is the worst I’ve had to endurePosted 7 months ago
Cars is pretty dull,
Planes is worse.
The elevator pitch must have been “Let’s do ‘Cars’ but with planes” and that’s exactly what they did.
I consider it one of my lifes greatest achievements that I have managed to avoid ever watching Frozen
As kids movies go, it’s actually a pretty good film watch ONCE.Posted 7 months agoBreganteSubscriber
It was made worse because I genuinely wanted to see it and wanted my kids to enjoy it as much as I liked the original (and Bilko for that matter).
had to endure the horrendous film that is Nativity 2 with my niece.
Actually that’s a good shout I think Nativity 3 pips the Topcoat movie to the post.Posted 7 months agothe-muffin-manSubscriber
Now Cars I didn’t mind at all.
It was my daughters favourite film for a long time – and all the model cars from it are in her ‘special toys’ box on the attic (including approx. 9 Lightning McQueens!).
She secretly wants to go and see the new one, but would never live it down if her mates found out!
Thankfully she was never into Disney Princess movies.Posted 7 months agofunkmasterpSubscriber
None of your choices come close to the scary, insane cheap arse Puss in Boots film that’s on Amazon Prime. It makes no sense, the animation is just wrong but I can’t explain how and it’s freaky as hell. I’ve contemplated breaking the television just to avoid it.
Not a film, but the Tweenies. I could happily torture those foam faced bastards all day long. On a plus point Mrs Funkmaster put Trolls on for Funk Jr and when they started singing he put his hands over his ears and cried his little heart out. He did the same for Sing too. Never have I felt so proud. He shares Daddy’s natural fear of musicals.Posted 7 months ago
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