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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.
I believed for so long that Lindsey Lowhan (or however you spell it) had a twin during the parent trap...I still say she does..lol :-)
when I was small, i used believe that a soundtrack from a movie was everything audio related, such as the talking, the birds chirping etc... as well as the songs
* I used to believe in movies that it was real blood until i was older and found out it was like ketch up etc
* I used to believe that tooth fairy's were real
As a young child I was of the belief that, because of his appearance (which I considered to be very strange and unnatural-looking), Christopher Walken was not a real person, but instead was some sort of robot-Muppet.