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5 remarkable children of the cinema

by Ace Damon
5 remarkable children of the cinema

We start with: Happy Children's Day!

For the kids around the country, this is your day! A day to have fun, play and watch movies. Although adults are the protagonists of most movie stories, some of the most iconic characters on the big screen are children. On the day of extolling childhood, AdoroCinema has put together a list of 5 outstanding kids from the cinema and, to improve, all movies are available on Cinelist Kids of Telecine. So enjoy this Saturday to sit on the couch with lots of popcorn, candy and juice and enjoy!

Harry Potter – Harry Potter Saga

The little witch presented on the big screen in The philosopher's Stone, Harry Potter (Daniel Radcliffe) has captured children and adults from around the world with its history. Orphan, living with his abusive uncles, his childhood was full of strange events, explained when Hagrid (Robbie Coltrane) tells you the secret that will change your life. The audience follows Harry's adventures from 11 to 18, alongside his friends Ron (Rupert Grint) and Hermione (Emma Watson). The character marked an entire generation and the magical world created by J.K. Rowling dominated the childhood of children worldwide. Who didn't wait for his letter from Hogwarts to reach its 11th birthday?

Boo – Monsters S.A.

Representative of the animations (which, oddly enough, do not have so many children), Boo is the link that holds Monsters Inc.. Coming out of her world and infiltrating the society of monsters, the little girl who terrorizes all the residents who use fright as a form of energy, except Sulley, the biggest scary of her company. From maria chiquinha and her pink t-shirt, she needs to go home before she gets into more trouble and this mission is with Sulley and Mike Wazowski, her best friend. Together, the three travel through thousands of doors, fleeing the envious Randall, who wants Boo to suck his screams. Monsters S.A. is a story that proves that love transcends the norms set by society, especially when they come from the innocent gaze of a child.

Kevin McCallister – They Forgot Me

After being left behind by his family to spend Christmas in Paris, Kevin McCallister (Macaulay Culkin) Enjoy to enjoy your home without your parents or siblings to disturb. But his vacation ends when two thieves try to steal his home, and the eight-year-old decides to defend his home. They forgot me brought to children a character who lives some of the greatest fantasies of the young brain. Everyone thought, during childhood, of having zero supervision to be able to do anything they want. And the situations in which he puts the two thieves, using things from his house to get rid of them, are always hilarious.

Matilda Wormwood – Matilda

A child who loves reading, Matilda (Mara Wilson) is excluded from his family, who loves to watch television. An ode to those who feel they don't belong, Matilda It's cute, nice to watch and fills the heart with hope. With psychic powers, she can move objects with her mind, but that's not even much of her personality. Your kindness and intelligence are your greatest strengths, teaching children since 1997 that being who you are, no matter what people expect from you, is the best way to live.

Cole Sear – The Sixth Sense

The boy who scared the whole world, Cole Sear (Haley Joel Osment) was the one who spoke one of the best known lines of cinema: "I see dead people". The sixth Sense It's a suspense classic, directed by M. Night Shyamalan, with a shocking twist. We won't reveal what happens in the end, even if it's no longer a spoiler, but Joel Osment steals the whole movie, even though opposite Bruce willis. Constantly frightened, Cole enters therapy, where he meets child psychologist Malcolm (Willis). This is not a movie for children, but Haley Joel Osment was one of the best known child actors of the 1990s.

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