“It’s Not Until You Lose Everything That You Truly Appreciate Everything”:Top 20 Inspirational Children’s Quotes | The Fan Carpet

“It’s Not Until You Lose Everything That You Truly Appreciate Everything”:Top 20 Inspirational Children’s Quotes


17 July 2017

Beauty and The Beast's "It's not until you lose everything that you truly appreciate everything" tops poll of most inspiring children's movie quotes

Golden nineties classic The Lion King awarded the top movie to watch as a family

Mary Poppins voted Brits favourite children's movie character and Darth Vadar wins favourite movie villain

Top 20 inspirational children's movie quotes is revealed by the UK video industry, in partnership with film education charity Into Film, to launch the Must See Movies Before You Grow Up campaign, which will see a collection of 50 kid's films distributed by retailers this summer

Lines from Toy Story, The Wizard of Oz and Harry Potter and The Philosopher's Stone featured in the top 10 in a poll of the most inspirational children's movie quotes, according to new research revealed today.

Over a quarter (28%) of Brits voted character Belle's line from Beauty and The Beast, "It's not until you lose everything that you truly appreciate everything", as the most inspirational quote.

 

 

Popular children's fantasy movie The Sword and The Stone, came in close second with its unforgettable quote from character Merlin, "It's up to you how far you'll go. If you don't try, you'll never know", attracting over a fifth (25%) of the vote.

The poll of 2,000 British adults was held to support the launch of the Must See Movies Before You Grow Up campaign - a new campaign from the UK video industry, in partnership with Into Film, which will see a collection of 50 kid's films distributed by retailers this summer – for information and activity sheets visit www.intofilm.org/msm

Top 20 inspiring children's movie quotes are revealed as:

# Quote % Character Movie Year
1 "It's not until you lose everything that you truly appreciate everything" 28 Belle Beauty and The Beast 1991
2 "It's up to you how far you'll go. If you don't try, you'll never know" 25 Merlin The Sword and The Stone 1963
3 "It takes a great deal of bravery to stand up to your enemies, but a great deal more to stand up to your friends" 24 Professor Dumbledore Harry Potter and The Philosophers Stone 2001
4 "Always let conscience be your guide" 23 Blue Fairy Pinocchio 1940
5 "Sometimes the right path is not the easiest one" 22 Grandmother Willow Pocahontas 1995
6 "Oh yes, the past can hurt. But, you can either run from it or learn from it" 21 Rafiki The Lion King 1994
7 "Love is putting someone else's need before yours" 21 Olaf Frozen 2013
8 "To infinity and beyond" 19 Buzz Lightyear Toy Story 1995
9 "Nobody but me is gonna change my story" 19 Matilda Matilda 1996 
10 “A man who never made mistakes never made anything” 18 Frank Heffley Diary of a Wimpy Kid  2012
11  “I can’t go back to yesterday – because I was a different person then” 17  Alice Alice in Wonderland  1951 
12  “You must not let anyone define your limits because of where you come from” 16  Gusteau  Ratatouille 2007 
13  “There’s no place like home” 15  Dorothy  The Wizard of Oz 1939 
14  "To live. To live would be an awfully big adventure” 15  Peter Pan Hook 1991 
15  “Greater love hath no one than he who lays down for his friend” 14  Bagheera The Jungle Book 1967 
16  “Have courage and be kind” 14  Ella’s Mother  Cinderella 2015 
17  “Never look back, darling. It distracts from the now” 12  Edna Mode The Incredibles 2004
18  “The flower that blooms in adversity is the most rare and beautiful of them all” 12  Emperor of China Mulan 1998 
19  “Ohana means family, family means nobody gets left behind. Or forgotten” 12 Stitch Lilo and Stich 2002 
20  “You are who you choose to be” 11  Hogarth Hughes  The Iron Giant 1999 

Asked to name their favourite children's movie, Brits were conflicted on who to award the coveted spot to as a third (33%) said both The Lion King and The Jungle Book. Eighties sci-fi classic E.T. The Extra Terrestrial (27%) and beloved animation comedy Toy Story, followed closely behind (26%). Findings further revealed that nearly three in ten (28%) of Brits voted cult nineties movie The Lion King as their favourite children's movie to watch as a family.

 

 

Cherished nanny 'Mary Poppins', topped the poll with 25% of votes as their favourite movie character*, whilst over a quarter (26%) of respondents voted the film as their number one movie to remind them of their childhood, followed by musical drama fantasy 'The Wizard of Oz' (24%).

'Darth Vader' from the epic sci-fi franchise Star Wars, clinched the title as the most memorable movie villain** (46%), hotly trailed by the devious 'Cruella De Vil' (45%) and modern antagonist 'Lord Voldemort' (30%), from the Harry Potter wizarding world. Magical treasured teenager 'Harry Potter', topped the charts for most memorable movie hero (29%), followed by the outlaw fox 'Robin Hood' (27%).

On average, Brits typically spend over an hour and a half watching movies with their family per week, this equates to a total of 3 days of movie watching per year.

 

 

Paul Reeve, CEO of Into Film said, "Movie quotes have become ingrained in our culture - some even become part of everyday vernacular.

Films offer children a source of comfort, inspiration and creativity, and play an integral role in developing a child's imagination and empathy. Along with the narrative of a film, personalities of beloved characters also teach important life lessons, and encourage children to believe in themselves.

The UK video industry, in partnership with Into Film, has launched the Must See Movies Before You Grow Up campaign, which will see a collection of 50 children's films distributed by retailers this summer and, we hope, inspire young people to continue on their film learning journey."

 

 

Over a half (51%) of Brits agreed that children's movie quotes have helped to motivate and inspire them throughout their life. Almost one in ten (9%) of British adults also admitted to considering getting a tattoo directly inspired by a film quote.

More likely to know an animal named 'Simba' or 'Bambi', as a third (33%) of Brits name their pets after a character from a film, whilst an eighth (12%) of Brits confessed that they would name a child after their favourite character from a film.

* Top 5 Favourite Children's Movies Characters

# Character % Movie Year
1 Mary Poppins 24 Mary Poppins 1994
2 Shrek 23 Shrek 2001
3 E.T. 21 E.T.: The Extra Terrestrial 1982
4 Simba 20 The Lion King 1994
5 Harry Potter 19 Harry Potter and The Philosopher's Stone 2001

** Top 5 Most Memorable Movie Villains

# Character % Movie Year
1 Darth Vader 46 Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope 1977
2 Cruella De Vil 45 101 Dalmatians 1996
3 Voldemort 30 Harry Potter and The Philosopher's Stone 2001
4 Captain Hook 28 Peter Pan/Hook 1953/ 1991
5 Shere Khan 25 The Jungle Book 1967

About ERA partnerships
Into Film have worked closely with the Entertainment Retailers Association who have brokered an ambitious multi-studio agreement to market all 50 films this summer across almost all UK Video retailers.

About Into Film
Into Film is an education charity that puts film at the heart of children and young people's educational, cultural and personal development. Over half of UK schools engage with our programme of film clubs, special cinema screenings, and resources and training to support classroom teaching. Alongside rich online content for young audiences, this provides 5-19 year olds with inspiring opportunities to learn through and about film, and develop a passion for cinema. Into Film's work is supported principally by the BFI through the National Lottery, and by the film industry through Cinema First.

Registered charity number 1154030
Registered Office: 31 Islington Green, London, N1 8DU

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