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Posted 16th Nov 2019

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The 30th anniversary edition of a classic here, well worth it at these prices if you have a DVD player.

Synopsis
Family-oriented fantasy featuring a host of incredible characters from muppet-man Jim Henson's creature workshop. Suburban girl Sarah (Jennifer Connelly) is forced against her will to babysit her baby brother, and wishes for the goblins to come and take him away. When this wish unexpectedly comes true, the Goblin King (David Bowie) tells Sarah that she can rescue her brother only by negotiating the labyrinth which leads to the Goblin Castle. Left with no choice, Sarah sets out on a dangerous adventure in a land where nothing is what it seems.

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24 Comments
You remind me of the babe
Who do?
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I saw my baby
Geeks!
Bought a copy for my wife as she loves this film too. Heat added!!
Turn to blu ray Sarah, before its too late...
ZakiWashi17/11/2019 00:58

Turn to blu ray Sarah, before its too late...


Have the Blu-ray version here it's pretty great to be fair. I introduced this film to my 5 year old daughter about 6 months ago and we must have watched it 50 times since. Wherever we go in the car, we have to be accompanied by the soundtrack.

Have to admit, I love it too!
GapsOfTheGod17/11/2019 07:40

Have the Blu-ray version here it's pretty great to be fair. I introduced …Have the Blu-ray version here it's pretty great to be fair. I introduced this film to my 5 year old daughter about 6 months ago and we must have watched it 50 times since. Wherever we go in the car, we have to be accompanied by the soundtrack.Have to admit, I love it too!


Ditto.

My 6yo and 4yo absolutely love it, as do the wife and I. A classic.

I've tried The Goonies too, but doesn't seem to have the same draw.
The_Hoff17/11/2019 09:55

Ditto.My 6yo and 4yo absolutely love it, as do the wife and I. A …Ditto.My 6yo and 4yo absolutely love it, as do the wife and I. A classic.I've tried The Goonies too, but doesn't seem to have the same draw.


Bowie's acting is shocking, but he's so quirky and charismatic it kind of makes up for it! The music is brilliant, especially Dance Magic and Chilly Down. Think we'll be watching it this afternoon!
GapsOfTheGod17/11/2019 07:40

Have the Blu-ray version here it's pretty great to be fair. I introduced …Have the Blu-ray version here it's pretty great to be fair. I introduced this film to my 5 year old daughter about 6 months ago and we must have watched it 50 times since. Wherever we go in the car, we have to be accompanied by the soundtrack.Have to admit, I love it too!


You and @The_Hoff are winning at parenting, congratulations
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So DVD's are still a thing...
Superb film, amazing comments.
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