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Goonies (Amazon Prime, $4) is your movie! In fact, your husband is probably still quoting Goonies from the last time he watched it… 20 years ago. Sit in on this one, Mom and Dad. He’ll love reliving his boyhood and you’ll love swooning over a young Corey Feldman just like you were 12 years old again. Labrynth Because, really… what is better than family movie night? How about family movie night with David Bowie? If you remember the ’80s movie Labrynth (Amazon Prime, $6), you get major bonus points. This rock meets fantasy meets crazy ’80s hair movie was actually directed by Muppets creator, Jim Henson, making it an instant hit for kids of all ages. Escape to Witch Mountain If your kids are Harry Potter fans, they’re sure to think that Escape to Witch Mountain (Amazon Prime, $9), an old Disney classic from the 1970s, is a hoot.

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Related Stories FDA to start regulating health-related smartphone apps Parents can target what their kids watch on their phones, tablets and TVs, thanks to a new digital video service. Target Ticket launched by the discount chain store offers a whopping 30,000 movies and television shows to buy, rent, download or stream starting at 99 cents. Titles include blockbuster releases like Iron Man 3 and Star Trek Into Darkness and HBO shows like Game of Thrones and True Blood. RELATED: WHAT THE EMMY VOTERS GOT RIGHT – AND WHAT THEY GOT WRONG But parents have the ultimate say about their kids viewing options. The big-box retailer partnered with San Francisco-based nonprofit Common Sense Media, which provides movie and TV reviews, to make it easier for users to select age-appropriate content for their kids. Melinda Sue Gordon/AP Target are aiming to compete with Netflix, which offers its own original series like ‘House of Cards.’ The political drama, which stars Kevin Spacey, won three awards at the 2013 Emmys. Worried parents can also set filters according to the level of violence and profanity and ratings given by the Motion Picture Association of America. PHOTOS: EMMY AWARDS 2013 NOMINATIONS ANNOUNCED They can customize profiles for family members so they can watch varied content simultaneously on different devices. The service is aimed at parents who want a kid-safe, easy- to-use service, the company says. Viewers can watch rented content as many times as they want within a 48-hour period. Target Ticket is currently available on PCs, Macs, Android and iOS, along with Internet-connected TVs and Xboxes. Guests can visit to access the service or download the app through the App Store or Google Play.

Target Ticket offers thousands of movies and TV shows on digital video service

27 Deborah G. Guadan Font Page 1 of 1 Baggage Claim Flight attendant Montana ( Paula Patton ) keeps cool on the job, but her little sister’s engagement thrusts her into a spiral. Her airline pals plot a strategy: Track down her high-flying ex-boyfriends with fiance potential. She’s got 30 days, plenty of air miles and a desperate desire. Rated PG-13. Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs 2 Quirky do-it-yourselfer Flint Lockwood (Bill Hader) – who has made the sky rain food – snaps up his dream job. But things skid to a halt when he discovers his inventive contraption has run amok, creating a wacky world of hybrids in his hometown. Rated PG. Don Jon The man has priorities: his body, his pad, his wheels, his church, his porn. Nicknamed Don Jon ( Joseph Gordon-Levitt ) for his way with the ladies, the dude’s in control until he meets Barbara ( Scarlett Johansson ), a knockout with a thing for mushy movies. They click until she catches him in front of the TV, um, amusing himself. Can he win her back?