D.A.R.Y.L. (1985) Review for MovieRob’s Childhood Flashback Movie Challenge

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I’ve done a review for MovieRob’s Childhood Flashback Movie Challenge, where he’s asked fellow bloggers to re-watch an old childhood favorite of theirs & see if their opinions have changed now that they’re all grown-up. (Or old. I don’t know if I’m all grown-up. Just old!). So I re-visited D.A.R.Y.L. (God that’s a pain in the ass to type). I loved this movie as a kid (and thought Daryl, played by Barret Oliver, was a cutie pie!). Read my review HERE to see if I still enjoyed its total 1985ness. 🙂

And be sure to check out MovieRob’s blog HERE for lots (and lots!) of great movie reviews. He’s a true movie lover – I don’t think there’s a film he hasn’t seen! 🙂

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Cutie Pie!

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16 thoughts on “D.A.R.Y.L. (1985) Review for MovieRob’s Childhood Flashback Movie Challenge

  1. Wow, D.A.R.Y.L.! I loved this movie when I was a kid. The perceived trauma of watching the ostensible death of D.A.R.Y.L., then soothed by his eventual resurrection, produced an extremely powerful set of contrasting emotions for me as a child. This was the first review I’ve read of yours, and I enjoyed it very much.

    • Thank you! : ) Glad to see I wasn’t alone in loving this one as a kid – it’s a fairly obscure one. I think it deserves to be more well known! That’s partly why I chose this one. : )

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