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Sunday, March 6, 2011

The Indian in the Cupboard

The Indian in the Cupboard is a 1995 American film based on the children's book by
Lynne Reid Banks. The story is about a boy who receives a cupboard as a gift on his ninth birthday. He later discovers that putting toy figures in the cupboard, after locking and unlocking it, brings the toys to life. The movie is directed by Frank Oz.

77 comments:

  1. I saw this as a kid. As far as I remember, it was pretty great.

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  2. Technically good film. Story is for kids I think
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  3. OH GAWDAM I remember this!!

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  4. this was one of my favorites when i was youger. i had the little plastic figurines and all. lol.

    thanks for the childhood reminder!

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  5. I remember it but I didn't particularly enjoy it.

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  6. wow I'd forgotten about this one - cool

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  7. lol, we watched this in intermediate school a zillion times!

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  8. I remember watching clips of this on TV.

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  9. I think the best part of this movie was the fact that Frank Oz followed the book just well enough to appeal to everybody. A definite classic...

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  10. i remember that the indian in the movie also played nightwolf in mortal kombat 2.


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  11. You should rename this blog movies I haven't seen! I want to see this one too!

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  12. I remember this movie lol!
    I had forgotten about it.

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  13. i remember watching this when i was a kid, great memories.

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  14. i saw this as a kid, i dunno if i would watch it again nowadays

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  15. I'm the one person here, who didn't watch it? Should I do this now? If its masterpiece then I will do it for sure. :)

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  16. Love Frank Oz but hadn't heard of this one.
    I'll keep an eye out for it.

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  17. I remember watching this movie! I can't remember what happens in it though.

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  18. Oh my god, I totally remember this film. I was 10 years old when I saw it. Brilliant memories.

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  19. This one looks pretty good I must say!

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  20. i saw that one when i was a kid.. can't remember anything, got to find that one again!

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  21. I never heard about it, must check. It look's interesting my friend.

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  22. This was a great film as a kid, and the video came with a little figure and key if I remember correctly. Awesome!

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  23. Absolutely loved this movie when I was young. I remember the VHS was shaped like a cupboard and had a slot for a key on it

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  24. I now feel compelled to watch this immediately.

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  25. I remember this one. Although like a few others I really don't remember much about it.

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  26. i have to see this movie today! thanks

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  27. holy shit (excuse my language but im so excited)i used to love this movie but somehow i forgot it excited my subconsciouses just woke up when i saw that pic. i remember the little toy indian that used to come to life it was kinda saw though. thats for awaking that memory

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  28. I loved this movie as a kid. I always wanted a toy that could walk and talk like this movie and Toy Story.

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  29. The good ol' days..im loving the blog and following closely:)

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  30. good movie!

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  31. I don't mean to detract from your blog, but how are these films underrated? I must admit I didn't look through the whole list you have, but judging on the last 5 posts, I can easily say they're not underrated (I guess this is based on perspective). I thought by coming to your blog I was going to find someone who appreciates gems literally buried 6 feet under due to years of forgetting and high-action packed blockbusters. You know.. classics like Blade Runner, Seventh Seal, 2001: A Space Odyssey, Crimes and Misdemeanors, Miyazaki films, Being There (best Peter Sellers movie ever), Nosferatu, Eyes Wide Shut, Metropolis, etc. Instead, I find films of sentimental value. Oh well. please don't take this comment as an insult to your blog. I'm not trying to. I mean, to be fair, all of these things are subjective. I just... was so gravely disappointed

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  32. I remember the book from school when I was young.

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  33. I haven't heard about this movie in years! Great looking blog

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  34. this one looks really underrated

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  35. I even had a book on this movie xD
    Nice blog, I'm following.
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  36. nice movie. i will watch it and i am sure i will find some moments from it for a demotivational picture like on my blog.

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  37. I actually remember this film. Ironically, I was just thinking about it the other day. It was a fascinating picture.

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  38. Seems a nice movie, gonna try to find it and watch it !
    following :)

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  39. Olddddd memories :D
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  40. I remember this from when I was a kid! I love this movie:-)

    I am def gonna keep following!

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  41. I kinda remember a few parts of this here and there, but nothing else, really. Apparently the guy that played the Indian is a rapper today (Google "Litefoot").

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  42. My fav movie growing up. Love it.

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  43. lmao! i totally remember this movie, loved it!

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  44. That film is amazing! Love it!

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  45. Was a very well done film when i was a kid, use to watch this all the time

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  46. I'm not sure if this is really "under appreciated". Not popular, yeah - but hot damn, everyone I know loves this movie. Good pick!

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  47. A classic from "Sessao da Tarde" (something like Afternoon Movie) here in Brazil.

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  48. i saw this movie way back in the day i think i was like 8 or so ... anyways I like your blog, I will subscribe to get more of your posts keep up the good work and please visit my blog sometime it would be much appreciated. thanks.
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  49. Following! Wow I remember watching this movie with my father when I was 6 years old. Thanks for the memories. As I can remember, it was a great movie, not a stupid kids movie but one with a deeper meaning. Thanks for the nostalgia!

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  50. Loved this one when I was little.

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  51. good movie!

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