Get Nostaligic with Netflix {Giveaway}

This post was written by the Experimental Mommy.  As a member of the Netflix Stream Team, I received a complimentary subscription however all opinions remain 100% mine.

Last weekend, my entire family gathered for an Easter celebration including gumbo, sack races, egg hunt and ice cream.  To be honest, this is how I have celebrated Easter for as long as I can remember.  With the popularity of the Throwback Thursday meme on Facebook and Twitter, I started searching for childhood Easter pictures to post and came across some real winners.

While our Easter celebrations are classic, I am thankful the above chicken is not.  Really, I have to wonder why my Mom actually let me sit on it’s lap.  That being said, I have been blessed with a ton a great classic childhood memories.

When I look back on my childhood and teenage years, a few classic movies come to mind (you know, movies that make you remember where you saw it, who you were with, what you ate and how you felt).  Now I can relive those moments by watching my classics on Netflix.

What I’m watching:

1. The Muppets Take Manhattan

2. Ferris Bueller’s Day Off

3. Say Anything

4. Pretty in Pink

5. Ghostbusters

What movies remind you of your own childhood?  Are you ready to take a trip down Memory Lane?  One of my lucky readers will win a three month subscription to Netflix!  Enter below:
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Comments

  1. Ann Fantom says:

    E.T. reminds me of my childhood

  2. Strangely enough, the first Alien movie reminds me of my childhood. When we first got a VHS player in 1980, it was the only movie we owned, and my brother & I watched it over & over & over again. I think I was 10 and he was even younger!

  3. Tabathia B says:

    the goonies

  4. Mary Happymommy says:

    “The Karate Kid” reminds me of childhood.

  5. Cynthia C says:

    The Wizard of Oz reminds me of my childhood.

  6. April Brenay says:

    the little mermaid, i watched it all the time as a kid

  7. RICHARD HICKS says:

    Maybe The Wizard of Oz

  8. Dina Lindquist says:

    The Sound of Music reminds me of my childhood!

  9. Kayte CookWatts says:

    Vacation! My family quotes it all the time.

  10. Jessie C. says:

    The Goonies.

  11. soha molina says:

    Goonies reminds me of my childhood.

  12. Barbara Montag says:

    This is going to show my age – Lassie!
    thank you

  13. janetfaye says:

    Mary Poppins reminds me of my childhood.

    janetfaye (at) gmail (dot) com

  14. The movies Mary Poppins and The Sound of Music remind me of my childhood.

  15. Candie L says:

    I remember watching Bambi when I was young in the movie theater than I would not watch the movie for years because of how badly it traumatized me. Thank you

  16. Susan Christy says:

    Mary Poppins and the early Kurt Russell movies (my favorites!) like The Computer Wore Tennis Shoes.

  17. Christina Foley says:

    The Goonies reminds me of my childhood … it was my brothers favorite movie so we watched it all the time.

  18. ellen beck says:

    For me I think Wizard of Oz reminds me of childhood the most!

  19. The Wizard of Oz reminds me of my childhood – watching it with all my cousins.

  20. Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory

  21. The Wizzard of Oz reminds me of my childhood. We would wait every year for it to be on tv and never missed it.
    Thank you!

  22. joanne major says:

    the love bug was the 1st movie I ever seen in a theater

  23. Thomas Murphy says:

    King Kong reminds me of my childhood.

  24. Problem child lol

  25. The Little Mermaid, Beauty & the Beast, and My Girl all remind me of my childhood

  26. Diane Hunn says:

    It was not me it was your Nana that took you for that picture! LOL – Mom

  27. samantha says:

    Goonies and dirty dancing!

  28. The Wizzard of Oz reminds me of my childhood I loved to watch it

  29. The Wizard of Oz

  30. Nannypanpan says:

    Pretty in pink

  31. Brittney House says:

    I would say the little rascals.

  32. I loved Herbie the Love Bug and Chitty Chitty Bang Bang.

  33. ET, my brother loved that movie & it seemed it was always on!

  34. The Land Before Time reminds me of my childhood. Thanks for the chance to win this awesome giveaway!

  35. Austin Baroudi says:

    Beethoven!

  36. janna johnson says:

    Pretty in Pink

  37. Jaws is mine.

  38. Kathleen says:

    ET

    kport207 at gmail dot com

  39. kyl neusch says:

    The Goonies.

  40. Lauren E. says:

    Neverending story the movie

  41. stephanie says:

    I love Anastacia or the Little Mermaid!

  42. A made-for-TV Christmas movie – “The Night They Saved Christmas”. I used to start watching it in the middle of summer… and I’d watch it like once a month until Christmas. I still love it, cheesy effects and all.

  43. Pretty in Pink reminds me of my childhood.

  44. The Wizard of Oz.

  45. Elizabeth Drake says:

    The Disney version of The Prince and The Pauper.

  46. Geoff K says:

    Definitely The Goonies — I loved that movie as a kid and still relate to it today!

  47. the wizard of oz

  48. The Lion King.

  49. danielle lima says:

    Empire Records reminds me of High school.

  50. Danielle D says:

    Mary Poppins

  51. The Apple Dumpling Gang!

  52. Anastasia says:

    “Labyrinth” reminds me of my childhood 🙂 One of my very favorite movies growing up… and still is! 🙂

  53. cyndi br says:

    pretty in pink

  54. Laura ari says:

    Gremlins reminds me of my childhood.

  55. xty cruz says:

    Home alone 1 always reminds me of my childhood

  56. Rachel H. says:

    Pollyanna!

  57. Lauren Olivia Wood says:

    I watched Grease a lot as a child!

  58. Nicole C. says:

    The Wizard of Oz reminds me of my childhood.

  59. Jacob LaFountaine says:

    Blade Runner. I feel like a Replicant with my batteries wearing out

  60. Kaitlin says:

    The movie Big with Tom Hanks reminds me of my childhood.

  61. Nadene Adams says:

    I loved E.T. when I was little.

  62. Lisa M says:

    The Wizard of Oz reminds me of my childhood.

  63. Melissa Nix says:

    The Mighty Ducks movies always reminds me of my childhood.

  64. Casey Everidge says:

    the little rascals reminds me of my childhood

  65. Les Johnson says:

    It is a tie between Labyrinth and The Princess Bride. I still love both of those movies.

  66. Desiree Dunbar says:

    The Princess Bride, I love that!

  67. william says:

    The transformers (cartoon) reminds me of the movies. That was the first movie I saw in the theaters

  68. Jennifer Tilson says:

    Goonies is one of those movies that reminds me of my childhood.

  69. Melanie Montgomery says:

    The Babysitter’s Club, it was my favorite movie!

  70. Stephanie Galbraith says:

    The little rascals reminds me of childhood.

  71. Debra Hall says:

    ghostbusters i loved it when i was a kid

  72. Francine Anchondo says:

    Matlida

  73. Kathy Pease says:

    Willie wonka and the chocolate factory brings me back 🙂

  74. Heather Dawn says:

    Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles reminds me of my childhood!

  75. The Wizard of Oz

  76. Tom Bellamy says:

    Field of Dreams

  77. Karen T Gonyea says:

    Annie 🙂

  78. Breanne says:

    Serendipity the pink dinosaur

  79. Oh boy, Goonies! It always takes me back! “Hey, you guuuuuuyyyss!”

    coriwestphal at msn dot com

  80. sky evans says:

    Tom and Jerry does

  81. Karrie Millheim says:

    The Goonies 🙂 i love that movie

  82. Lyndsey R. says:

    Dazed and Confused 🙂

    Lyndsey.rullman at hotmail dot com

  83. Rebecca Lock says:

    The Goonies

  84. Nikki Thoresen says:

    Batteries not Included!

  85. Nikki Thoresen says:

    Batteries not Included!

  86. Kobi Hensley says:

    Alf….I loved Alf ♥

  87. Natalie says:

    The Rocky Horror Picture Show

  88. Saira Henry says:

    White Christmas

  89. tracey byram says:

    The Love Bug

  90. Jamie Hamilton says:

    Grease reminds me of childhood. I watched it on repeat.

  91. Amanda Sakovitz says:

    The Sandlot

  92. shaunie says:

    My girl (the movie) does

  93. Kim Parrott says:

    Darby O’Gill and the Little People

  94. Barb Stenby says:

    Dr. Doolittle or Hans Christian Anderson

  95. E.T. is a movie I remember from childhood.

  96. shanta spradlin says:

    The Never Ending Story. I love that movie.

  97. tina reynolds says:

    ET my brother and I had to watch it a hundred times

  98. Charlene S. says:

    The Breakfast Club, I’m not going to say which character reminds me of myself 🙂

  99. Stephanie Shipley says:

    The Jungle Book reminds me of my childhood! I was obsessed with that movie 🙂

  100. Taryn T. says:

    Hard question! We always watched the Wizard of Oz and the Peanuts movies, but what brings me back to my childhood would be Ghostbusters, Top Gun, and Gremlins!

  101. Roxann says:

    I loved The Wizard Of Oz when I was little.

  102. lisa lo says:

    The original Willie Wonka.

  103. Vicki D. says:

    Dr. Doolittle because I was raised on a farm and we always had animals around. Not only did we have milk cows and horses, but we always had pets. We had dogs, cats and rabbits. There was one dog that loved to ride the tractor!

  104. Miz Vickik says:

    The Goonies for sure!

  105. thischickwins says:

    crooklyn

  106. Marianna says:

    The Last Unicorn!

  107. Vikki Billings says:

    The Breakfast Club reminds me of my childhood, my teenaged years.

  108. amy deeter says:

    my favorite was lady in pink. i loved that show

  109. Lisa L says:

    I used to love The Princess Bride!

  110. Seyma Shabbir says:

    I love Jem and Family ties!

  111. Footloose reminds me of my childhood

  112. Terry Beck says:

    Most definitely Wizard of Oz ..times were turbulent in the 70’s when I was a kid lol

  113. I just loved Mary Poppins! Always a favorite of mine. 🙂

  114. Corey Olomon says:

    The original Star Wars!

  115. Explorers.

  116. Denise Donaldson says:

    Weird Science. I loved that movie lol

  117. Bryan E. says:

    Thanks for the giveaway…this one always reminds me of being a kid watching TV during Xmas holidays every year —> “March of the Wooden Soldiers” (1934) (aka Babes in Toyland )

  118. Girls Just Want To Have Fun!

  119. Lily Kwan says:

    Toy Story

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