Emotional turmoil and morals set in a cracking framework

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A recent survey by LOVEFILM and a Dr Cullen (surely not related to a vampire), has revealed the most important films for children to watch (while they are still young).

Topping the list is Toy Story, and I couldn’t agree more.

What an awesome movie the first one is, dealing with emotional turmoil and morals, while set in a cracking good framework.

It ties together all that it is good in film, along with some pretty slick humour and great animation.

As for the rest of the list? Well, I could take or leave them . . . especially as my LOVEFILM service doesn’t work anyway.

Maybe Netflix will release the top 10 for teenagers next week and I’ll give them a try instead.