Chicken Little was released in 2005 and is on my list of favorite movies. It hold a place in my heart even for a simple reason, my Son. He LOVED this movie. He barely remembers it now, but I do. It was his movie, the one he watched all the time. It took the place of TMNT when he started ninja kicking his Sisters. Below is the trailer. I chose the second one because he dances at the end 🙂 Watch him Dance… Cracking me up every time.
It holds a place in my movie watching heart because it’s a memory, that’s really what movies are, shared experiences this one with my Son. He’s older now and while he still has time to sit and watch a movie with me, its not the same as a 5 year old watching a chicken dance and trying to do the same, ok, ok I danced too. It’s fun!
Now of course you know the story of chicken little… we all do, but this is sort of like a what happens after the original story. Is it the greatest Disney movie? No but its a fun watch, its family appropriate and of course has some humor that goes across little kids heads. You know, A typical Disney film, fun for all ages.
Have a favorite movie that starts with “C” send it on in comments. I’ll get my Son to watch it with me.
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