As a child I used to think that actors really died in movies.
When I was child I used to believe the future going to be similar like in the film Back to the future part 2
I used to believe that cinema movies were filmed live behind the screen and all the time I went to see behind the screen to check if it had the set at the back and I could see the actors and actresses.
When I was 6 years I used to believe Freddy Krueger was real.
When my sister was little, she was on tv one day and the movie Austin powers was on one of the channels, she misread it and thought the movie was called, autism powers.
When I was younger, I used to believe that movies were real.
I used to think stuff like Star Wars was really filmed in space, before realising it was just the background effect in the studio.
Up until a few months ago, my mother believed that Jacques Cousteau was the main character in 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea.
i used to believe that the superheroes like superman, bat man, and flash were real, their were in a different country.
I used to believe in super heroes exist in the world
I use to believe thar the movies were real
When watching The Lord of the Rings movies for the first time, I thought Merry and Pippin were named "Mary and Poppins".
I used to believe that Charlie and the Chocolate Factory was based on a true story, because there’s a real life candy company that was called “Willy Wonka” at the time.
There's a scene in the movie called The Incredibles, where the main character stamps the word "denied" on a piece of paper and an old lady says, "You're denying my claim?!".
Well, when I first saw the movie, I thought she was saying, "You're denying my *plane*?!" and wondered how on Earth someone could deny a plane.
In Peter Pan, a pirate says, "Here we are collecting barnacles on this miserable island!", the joke being that they were so inactive that barnacles were growing on them.
Well, when I first saw the movie, I didn't get the joke and I thought he meant collecting like you collect stamps or whatever. I thought he was implying that they were so bored that they could only do silly things like start a barnacle collection.
Not me, but a bunch of my friends! We were on a class trip to the aquarium, I was six (or maybe five and a half) and at least four but maybe even the whole class of my friends wanted to literally "find Nemo" as in the movie Finding Nemo, in the aquarium. They thought Nemo was in there, but I knew even then that he was a cartoon character and he was in the sea. At one point, a boy found a clownfish he thought was Nemo, but another boy said, "No, you fool! Marlin!" (Marlin is Nemo's dad).
At the end of the second Alvin and the Chipmunks film, Alvin says, "Shake what your mama gave ya!" and I thought that was an instruction to shake all the body parts that you inherited from your mother genetically. I was having trouble because I inherited my forehead from my dad but the lower parts of my face from my mum.
There's this movie called Finding Nemo, and at one point, a girl is tapping on a fish tank and it is too loud for the fish, and one of them shouts, "Find a happy place!".
I didn't realize he was talking to himself and meant a happy place in his imagination.
I thought that he was talking to the girl and telling her to go find someplace that would make her happy and therefore stop bothering him.
I used to believe that "subtitles for the deaf and hard of hearing" meant that if you put subtitles on the movie the audio would be harder to hear.
When I was a child I always heard my friends talking about the film "Never Ending Story". I was convinced that was really without a end, so I spent whole afternoons searchingthis strange channel that was transmitting the same story from years until the eternity.