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As I saw "Back to the future 2" first time in 1991, when I was eight, I was convinced they had really moved in time to the year 2015 to make future scenes! I just couldn't believe someone could create vision of the future with so many details - there were lot of trade-marks, types of clothes, so many products (Pizza, Pepsi Perfect etc.) that it made me sure it was true AD 2015. I only wondered how the hell they had found the way to travel in time...
When I was younger I believed that every movie (or piece of literature) that had the title of the movie (or book) in it was true. For example, "Pinocchio" was based on a true story because they said Pinocchio all the time.
You can imagine how terrifying this made everything.
I use to believe that people in black and white pictures only saw in black and white.
When I was a kid I used to believe that (whether or not you were watchiing a color or black & white television) when Dorothy got to Oz you would see it in color.
When I was younger, I saw a James Bond -007 movie. The next day, I received many amused looks and puzzled stares as I described to everyone how James Bond pushed a button in his hotrod and how the "ejaculation seat" sent the occupant flying through the roof of the car!
I spent my childhood Saturday afternoons watching a lot of old musicals on TV.
I used to believe that grownups got involved in song and dance routines as part of their day to day lives.
It used to bother me that I wouldn't know what to do if a bunch of singing and dancing strangers leapt up to me and tried to incorporate me into their number.
I consoled myself by supposing that as I got older the dance steps and the words would come to me naturally, like other grownup ways.
For a long time I used to believe (due to title) that "Gone with the wind" (1939) was about the people from "old times" who lost everything when tornado had destroyed their house and everything!
I used to believe that it would take years to make a film that had children in it, as they would have to wait until the kids grew up.
My sister told me that Jackie Chan was insane and lived in a mental asylum. They only let him out to make his movies. My sister continues to lie about things and I continue to believe her.
When I was little, my favourite movies used to be the Predator series. Now, this is coming from a 4 or 5 year old girl. But I wanted my mom to burn our copy of Beetlejuice, because it was too scary. I remember being scared to death once, because I had said Beetlejuice three times in a row, and I thought Beetlejuice would come and kill me or something. I was a very... odd child...
I used to feel really sorry for poor old Will. In every war/movie/cowboy movie I ever saw, some nasty man would shout "Fire at Will!!!"
I wondered why he would agree to appear in so many movies if he knew he was going to be shot at......
i used to think when ever i wanted to watch a movie that there were little people inside that would actit out for me
I used to belive that actors only simulate their kiss, and that they don't touch their lips, that the kiss was a visual effect!
When I was about three, my brother would always make me watch Star Wars with him. He would pause the movie and ask me the characters' names, and I would say them. When he told me Luke Skywalker's name, my first response was, " Can he walk on the sky?" I believed that he could walk on the sky until I was about eight years old.
I used to believe that an animated film meant that the film had live animals in it.
I used to believe that Marilyn Monroe and Betty Boop were the same person.
I used to believe that the actors would act out entire movies everytime I pressed play on the video, and stop when I pressed pause.
The guys in Star Wars would have got really fed up of saying the same lines over and over and over again!!
When i was little my friend told me that everything green was drop- dead fred. i believed her and hid under the table, after that i would never touch anything gree! lol :P
my older brother managed to convince me that Jackie Chan would die if the back of his head got touched due to a previous injury that resulted in the placing of a plastic plug in his skull (the plastic plug part is true, just the death part is false)
my friend thought that the film 'the hulk' was about the jolly green giant from the sweetcorn adverts.