Back to the Future Named Best Family Movie of the 80s

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Sun, 04/08/2012 - 20:00 -- Nick Dager the opinion-based web community recently polled its users to find their choices for the most popular picks in family entertainment over the past three decades. The winner for Best Family Movie of the 80s was Back to the Future (14 percent) followed by the two Star Wars movies released during the decade (Empire Strikes Back/Return of the Jedi with 13 percent) and Ferris Bueller's Day Off (12 percent). Home Alone was voted best of the 90s (28 percent of the vote) followed by Toy Story (23 percent) and Jumanji (10 percent). Harry Potter took the crown for best of the 2000s (33 percent) followed by Shrek (17 percent) and Monsters Inc. (12 percent). Daniel Radcliffe won the vote for best child actor of the past three decades (29 percent) ahead of Dakota Fanning (15 percent) and Drew Barrymore (11 percent).  Johnny Depp (37 percent) was named best actor to appear in family films today beating Adam Sandler (23 percent) Jim Carrey (13 percent) and Jack Black (13 percent). Full poll results are available at: