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There is a part in the Gremlins movie when they are messing with the tv and in the film it goes all fuzzy like it's been disconnected for a while only i thought it was real when i was younger and got really scared
when I was younger, I use to watch scary movies, and when they were over I always thought the thing from the movie would come out of the tv and try to eat me
When I was very young, whenever I would watch a video, there would be this nagging worry in the back of my mind that I was inconveniencing the actors by making them come over and act out the movie all over again.
My family and I were stranded in Delaware when our international flight was canceled. My parents took my brother (age 6) and me (age 8) to the movies...they picked Pretty Woman, not knowing what it was about. I thought throughout the whole movie that Julia Roberts was Richard Gere's secretary. Needless to say that when I grew up and realized what she really was, I was shocked!
I was excited for my 10th birthday because that's the age Ash Ketchem became a pokemon trainer. After that fantasy I rebounded with 11 because that's when Harry Potter got the Hogwarts letter from the owl.
I believed that old movies from the 30s and 40s were filmed in black and white because color hadn't been invented yet. However, the movie The Wizard Of Oz confused me cause it was both in color and black and white. So I came to the conclusion that they had known that color was about to be invented so they filmed the black and white scenes first (which actually was filmed in sepia tone) and then filmed the color scenes after it was invented. What confirmed my beliefs further that color didn't exist back then was the the Wizard Of Oz book describes Kansas as having no color.
When I was five and Lion King obsessed, I REFUSED to believe that Mufasa was dead, and I thought grown Simba was Mufasa, and grown Nala was Serabi (or whatever I forgot her name) and the rest of the plot was Simba got lost and they were looking for him, so at the end I thought Kiara was Simba. And I also thought Simba had dreamed the entire thing. (What?)
All this just 'cause I didn't want Simba's dad to die. AREN'T I NICE?
I watched Beetlejuice when I was little and I thought Michael Keaton really looked like that. I wanted to find another movie he was in to see if he really looked like that.
I actually believed the movie E.T was real when i was like 5, and thought alien ships landed on Earth all the time. Freaked me out for years. Now even as an adult any alien movie is too much. yes i know E.T was friendly..still freaky. sorry.
When my mother was young, she used to watch American musicals like Seven Brides for Seven Brothers and South Pacific etc and believed that in America people broke out into song and dance in the street whenever the mood took them.
When i was younger i seen the movie "IT" and i would take very short showers and not very often at that, because i thought a verrry scary clown would come out and eat me.
I used to be afraid of the little disney movie called "Donald in Mathmagic Land" Not the hole movie, just when they showed the universe. I used to climb up on the back of the couch and sit Cuz I thought I'd be Safe there. I was an idiot...
I always felt really akward eating while I watched a movie. I thought that only my favorite actors could see me and that would be rude to eat while they talked. ie- Don't eat while Davy Jones is talking on Pirates of the Caribbean, he can see me.
When my mom would take me to the movies she would let us go to the front row but I hated sitting there because I thought there was a giant hole for the movie people to put in a giant cassette tape, and i would fall in.
After I saw Beetlejuice when I was 6, I went to school and told everyone that Beetlejuice (not Michael Keaton the actor who plays him) was my uncle.
When I was a kid, I was terrified of scary movies and new nothing about the differences between Freddy Kruger and Jason. To me, they were all the same thing. After realizing, that I was born on the 13th and that I lived on Elm Street, I was horrified at the thought that Freddy Kruger could potentially be my father.
When I was little, I thought that if I labelled a videotape, I'd be able to see what I labelled when I played the tape. For example, I wrote "Minnie and Me" on the label and stuck it on an empty tape, but my mother told me it wouldn't play anything.
A couple of years ago when the Excorsist of Emily Rose came out, one of my friends saw a sceen from it. It was the one wear she wakes up around 3 A.M. and the devil enters the building and posses her. I thought that could actually happen to me. It still freaks me out to leave my room at 3 A.M.
i used to watch those old movies halloween with micheal myers.. they would scar me so bad as a child. SInce i really didn't know his name i would say "mommy help! micheal jackson is under my bed!" (:
I used to think that the movie ratings stood for:
G - Good
PG - Pretty Good
PG-13 - Pretty Good (if you're over 13)
R - Really Bad
It wasn't until I was 9 or 10 that I actually took the time to read what they stood for.