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I was watching Cheaper by the Dozen with my seven year-old niece last year. At the end before the credits, they have some bloopers. One of them is of the actor who plays the oldest son snogging the actress who plays the mother.
My niece was horrified, and no matter how many times we tried to explain to her that they were actors and not really mother and son, she just couldn't believe that "She would FRENCH her own son!!"
When I was 9 years-old in 1997, my friends and I were obsessed with the Spice Girls and their movie SpiceWorld. In reality the movie is totally fictional, but for some reason we thought it was a real non-fiction documentary.
We also used to think that Sporty Spice and Posh Spice were the same person (I guess we never questioned how they could be in the same scene together if they were the same person) ha ha
i used to think the camera sucked you up when you took the picture so i would always be scared to take pictures
I thought Jedi fought with Life Savers... I never questioned it either!
The first time I saw the movie Spiderman, I was about 3 or 4. When he got bit by the spider I wouldn't eat or drick anything because I thought there was a spider in it.
When I was a little girl I was completely in love with Superman (and still I am...). My parents explained me that it was just "fiction" and that nobody canīt fly. Then, when I was watching the movies and seeing him flying I believed that Christopher Reeve had a string tied at his waist (to avoid his fall down...) and everytime I saw those scenes where Superman goes to the outside space I always thought "wow... what a looooong string" :) (I was so cute)
I used to think IMAX stood for "I'M A Xylophone"!
As a kid I loved the Star Wars movies, and wholeheartedly believed that they would happen in the future. I used to sit in my mom's room staring at a plastic bag trying to use the "force" to pick it up.
I didn't understand that movies could be filmed in separate scenes, and I wondered how the actors changed their clothes in the split second between scenes.
That Jar_Jar Binks from starwars was going to lick me, and i was scared of him, from then on! -5 years old
When I was little, I used to believe that, when I watched a movie, every person that I saw was a real (small) person that was somehow magically stuck inside that tape and forced to perform the exact same thing the exact same way over and over again. I always refrained from rewinding or fast forwarding the tape because I thought it meant that all the people had to do everything really fast.
When I was 7, I watched Stand and Deliver. When the guy has a heart attack, I asked, "did he really have a heart attack?(refering to the actor)" My mom told me yes, (refering to the actual person the movie was based on.) I thought, if he's having a heart attack, why won't the camera man or director help him?!
I used to believe that videotape projected like a film strip, so I took a video of the movie "Beethoven" and drew on the tape inside with a Sharpie, hoping to make a working animated cartoon once I put it in the VCR. When it didn't work (it looked a little garbled in places, nothing more), I spit on the tape, thinking the wad of spit, being thicker than ink, would surely show up on the screen for one frame. It caused the tape to snap when I rewound it, and it made my mother very unhappy.
I used to believe that movies were actually television news stories about really weird events. This was shattered at age 6 when I saw "The Making of Honey, I Shrunk the Kids."
I used to believe that when people died in movies, they really did die. Then i couldnt understand why they would reappear in another movie and die again.
i used to think that "the king and i" was a musical based around the life of priscilla presley
I once went to watch a movie and saw the main hero die a tragic death. Thinking that he was dead for good, I started crying and created quite a scene. I coulndn't bear the fact that now he wont be able to make any more movies!
The first time i went to the cinema i went iwth my family and we sat at the very back. i wanted to get up to go to the bathroom but my brother said that if i get up i might block the projector and the people in the movie would pop out and get me coz i ruined their movie...
i was around 13 when i realised that wasnt true.
When I was about 5 or so, I assumed R-rated movies were the same as G-rated ones. I wondered why my parents were so against letting me see an R-rated movie.
I used to think that after watching a movie in a theatre, the music during the end credits was there for you to dance to. Needless to say I was the only one who ever stood in front of the entire theatre and danced.