Top Films to Celebrate Summer!

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We love the summer holidays! School is out, we get to hang out with friends, there’s hot weather (most of the time!)

So we thought we should celebrate this with our favourite summer films.

If you fancy chilling out after a day playing with your mates in the park, then here are our top films to help you keep the summer feeling going.

 

The Goonies (12, 1985)

This is one of the best comedies ever made, following a gang of kids called Goonies’ who try to stop ruthless property developers from building a golf course on their beloved den.

Somehow though they get mixed up in an adventure involving treasure maps, human skulls, crazy gadgets, snogging, murderous crooks and a pirate king called One-Eyed Willie!

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FILMCLUB member Jack, age 13, said; “The Goonies; a classic! Not only is the storyline consistently funny, suspenseful and realistic, but it combines moments that will be alive for ever, in both the minds of adults and children alike…and it brings smiles to the faces of everyone who sees it!”
12-year-old Rivka, said; “I really liked this film. Even though it was made rather a long time ago it was surprisingly good! It was a mix between a bit of comedy, romance, action but mostly adventure.”
Aled, age 12 said; “The Goonies is a must see movie for all the family, I can’t imagine how much time and effort went into the creation of this magnificent film, it is definitely in my top 5 movie list.”

 

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Riding Giants  (12, 2004)

If ever there was a must-see film about surfing, then Riding Giants has to be it!

This documentary introduces you to the birth and growth of this thrilling sport, from where it started in Hawaii over 50 years ago, to the hugely popular activity it is now. Complete with plenty of awesome action scenes and classic footage!

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FILMCLUB member James, age 12, said; “This is a great and funny documentary that shows you how surfing developed over the years in an stylish and engaging way. I never knew it was so much fun on the beach and how amazing and exhilarating it must be to surf.”
 
12-year-old Arnav said; “This film was more like a documentary – a good one too! It showed us the history of surfing in an engaging and informative way. There are some outstanding clips and videos, which would look amazing in 3D with the waves and surfers coming at us. It is a superb advert for surfing and has definitely encouraged me to give it a go.”

 

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My Neighbour Totoro  (U)

Created by the same people behind films like Spirited Away, this is one of the best animated films of all time.

It’s all about a girl and her sister who move to a forest which is full of friendly spirits, including the very cuddly and massive Totoro!

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FILMCLUB member Georgina, age 8, said; “This is a good film and also an educating film too it is really fun to watch and is good for kids and it even is much gooder cause it tells you about people always care for you even if you are mad at them so 5/5!!!”
Alexander, age 7 said, “This film was brilliant. I thought it was funny. Totoro was my favourite character.”
12-year-old Scott, said; “I really enjoyed this film. Don’t be put off if you think it looks a bit of a girly film because its really not. Its funny, exiting and gripping so just give it a try because you might surprise yourself.”

 

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Addams Family Values (PG, 1993)

Sometimes, you have to look a little closer to find out how a family really works.

Take the Addams Family – on the surface, they’re a collection of ghouls and oddballs who would probably scare you witless but in fact, they’re a loving and big-hearted bunch!

This gothic comedy – based on the TV series – shows the summer holidays in a way you might never have expected!

And if you’re a fan of this, check out the first Addams Family movie too.

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FILMCLUB member Katharine, age 10, said; “I think this film is amazingly funny and scarily funny. I like Fester the Uncle the best. He is so funny. I like the bit where the children are at Summer Camp.”
11-year-old Lucy said; “I thought this film was extremely funny because of the weirdness and how the family so different to normal families.”
Tom, age 11, said; “It was so funny my eyes started to water.”
 
11-year-old Abbey said; “This film is very funny and very strange. I kept laughing like all through the movie this is a must see!!!”
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