5 childhood movies I still love as an adult.

3 ninjas

Three Ninjas is about the adventures of three brothers, Rocky, Colt. And Tum Tum, who are trained by their Japanese grandfather in the art of Ninjutsu. Their father, who is an FBI agent, is pursuing a criminal who later tries to harm the boys in an attempt to scare off the dad’s efforts at putting an end to his organization. Utilizing the skills their grandfather taught them, the boys can wittingly elude capture and help their grandfather fight off the criminal Snyder.

The Sandlot

In the summer of 1962, Scotty moves with his parents to the San Fernando Valley, where he has difficulty making friends. He tries to join a group of boys who play baseball in a nearby sandlot but cannot catch or throw a ball to save his life. The group is haunted by a ghastly dog called “the beast” that seems to destroy everything that comes near it in the nearby junkyard. Scotty wants to impress the boys by bringing them a baseball by the legendary Babe Ruth. The ball is then hit over the fence into the junkyard, where the boys must go to great lengths to retrieve it.

Troop Beverly Hills

Phyllis Nefler is a posh socialite wife recently separated from her wealthy husband. To maintain the relationship with her daughter, Hannah, during her divorce, Phyllis becomes the den mother of Hannah's leaderless local girl scout troop of the Wilderness Girls. Clueless and unskilled in every challenge, Phyllis struggles to impress the other troop leaders as well as the scout leader. Her unwillingness to not let down her daughter leads her to instill confidence in her girls to compete at the annual Jamboree.

The Mighty Ducks

After his 30th win, a reckless lawyer Gordon Bombay gets arrested for drunk driving. He must coach a kids' hockey team for his community service. Gordon, who has experience on the ice, isn't eager to return to hockey. His team is plagued by no facilities to practice in, poor playing abilities, and faulty equipment. Gordon eventually grows to appreciate his team and leads them to take on his former mentor's top-notch players for the championship.

The Little Giants

Danny O'Shea has felt inferior to his brother, the great Kevin O'Shea, a former college football star all his life. Danny runs a gas station, while Kevin coaches the local youth football team. When Kevin's team rejects Danny's daughter, Becky, " the icebox" because she's a girl, Becky convinces her dad to start a rival team. To prove himself against his brother, Danny begins coaching his team of awkward misfits for a championship game.

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