Let's lighten the mood. Assuming they survive the lead paint, the car seats, and the trips to the ER, what formative movie can you barely wait for your kid to be old enough to see?
Fast Times At Ridgemont High?
The Seven Samurai?
The Piano? [please say no]
The film snob in me says John Cassavetes' A Woman Under The Influence, [since she's already seen Shadows] but if it were Sixteen Candles, then at least she'd be able to understand where all my annoying catchphrases come from. So I'll split the difference and go with Pulp Fiction.
Leave your favorite movie you want the kid to love someday, too, in the comments. I'll pick an email address from the entries at random Sunday night, and you can choose between one of the last remaining DT t-shirts or one of the sweet little Muji toys I've been stockpiling. [Email addresses aren't visible and won't be used for anything else.]