Some movies take you back to happy memories. The kind of memory you made while sitting with your family, or gone out to the theatre to watch with your friends. They provide an escape to a simpler, more enjoyable, more familiar era, full of predictability and satisfying ends. The list below is some nostalgic films that would take you back into your childhood.

1. The Karate Kid (2010)

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Director- John G. Avildsen

Dre Parker, 12, has recently relocated to China and is feeling like a fish out of water. He befriends a classmate, Mei Ying, only to enlist the help of a rival, Cheng, who begins to torment and attack Dre. Soon after, Mr. Han, Dre’s apartment maintenance man, defends Dre from Cheng and his cronies. He signs Dre up to fight in a Kung Fu competition in exchange for the bullies staying away from him. When Mr. Han is shown to be a master of Kung Fu, Dre discovers that he is much more than a maintenance man. Also, Dre quickly learns that Kung Fu is about self-defense and peace rather than violence and bloodshed.

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2. Jumanji (1995)

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Director- Joe Johnston

In 1969, Alan Parrish, a curious teen, gets his hands on Jumanji, one of the most unique—and dangerous—board games ever. The game is mysterious and magical, stranding the unwitting child in the beautiful, untamed woodlands of a mystical realm. The game releases him over three decades later, in front of the amazed eyes of Judy and Peter Shepherd, orphaned siblings. The now-adult Alan and the other hesitant players are being summoned by the jungle’s tribal drums since the one who rolls the dice must never leave undone what the roll has begun.

3. Baby’s Day Out (1994)

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Director- Patrick Read Johnson

Eddie, the inept Mafioso, and his equally inept sidekicks, Norby and Veeko, take the lovely nine-month-old heir, Baby Bink, right under the noses of his mother and nanny while posing as skilled baby photographers. Keeping the supposedly defenseless hostage in captivity, however, is more difficult than it appears, as Baby Bink proves to be more smart and intellectual than his desperate captors. Now, against the backdrop of Chicago’s crowded and perilous streets, a frantic search for the fugitive infant begins.

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4. Spy Kids (2001)

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Director- Robert Rodriguez

Gregorio and Ingrid Cortez are the best covert agents in the world. Their goal is to assassinate one another. They fall in love when they are within one inch of each other. Carmen and Juni, their two children, are the result of their union. They keep it a secret from their children. They are summoned to a mission ten years later. When rogue agents infiltrate the house where their Uncle Felix is babysitting the Cortez children, Uncle Felix discloses the truth: their parents are spies who were kidnapped, and Felix is not their uncle. Carmen and Juni flee and attempt to save the world by rescuing Mom and Dad.

5. Zathura : A Space Adventure

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Director- Jon Favreau

Walter and his six-year-old brother, Danny, are bored to death when they discover a forgotten 1950s space-adventure board game in the dusty basement. The boys immediately begin playing the game, and before they know it, a furious meteor shower has destroyed their living room, and the mystery game has uprooted their entire house, transforming it into a fantastic spaceship on its journey to Saturn. Whether they like it or not, the brothers and their adolescent sister, Lisa, will have to find out a way to work together in order to escape the perilous asteroid zone and survive the attack of the Gorgons, a vicious reptilian race.

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6. The Adventures Of Sharkboy and Lavagirl

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Director- Robert Rodriguez

Max, who is mocked by his peers, conjures up his ideal dreamworld…the Planet Drool. His dream, however, is more powerful than he realizes, and his favorite superheroes, Sharkboy and Lavagirl, appear on Earth. They require Max’s assistance. In Max’s dreamworld, things aren’t looking good. An extraterrestrial intellect is interfering, and his beloved Planet Drool is in peril. Is it true that only Max, the great dreamer, can stop it, as Sharkboy and Lavagirl claim? Max embarks on a perilous voyage with Sharkboy and Lavagirl to the wonderful Planet Drool.