Movies to watch son

Son here is a list of movies that partially made me who I am. There is something about a great movie that can help you to focus your mind and then others that just put a smile on your face
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First movie I can remember going to my son. I think I went to a muppets one first with koro. I still watch this movie today and cant wait to watch it one day with you #waxonwaxoff #foryouson

The Karate Kid (1984)

There's never been a better movie made about a young white guy learning martial arts from an old asian guy.

Big Trouble in Little China (1986) Movie Poster

Big Trouble in Little China

Big Trouble in Little China Movie Poster - Reference Art for "The Long Haul" movie poster

Uncle Paul got this one for his birthday. Then it became part of our life and still is today. #gottheglow #coolmovies #foryouson

The Last Dragon is a 1985 martial arts musical film produced by Rupert Hitzig for Berry Gordy and directed by Michael Schultz. The film was a critical disappointment but a financial success, and is now considered a cult classic.

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Rocky may possibly be the only mid seventies movie that I like. The sequels are fun as well.

A Dog's Purpose (2017). Boys, we have always had dogs in our whanau (family). This is such a great movie to show how our furry friends might think. From a family friend, to a working dog. This movie is great. 5 star feel good.

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E.T. Phone home! When I reflect on all these movies they made up part of what makes me. Story makers were able to shape my belief in a greater cause. I believe E.T. shaped me for the compassion I know have for animals.

El Extraterrestre (E. The Extra-Terrestrial), de Steven Spielberg

The last star fighter. Another cool movie from when I was a kid. Watch this one when you grow up son.

How 'The Last Starfighter' Became a Cult Classic — and Why a Sequel May Finally Take Flight