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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.
I use to believe that people in black and white pictures only saw in black and white.
when i saw Sound of music, i used to believe the kids in the movie were real life brothers and sisters.
when i was about 8 years old. my father and i sat down to watch a movie. i was terrified when he told me we were watching Monty Python. i envisioned an entire movie about a gigantic, talking python. i was embarassed when it turned out to be the holy grail. silly little boy.
when i was little, i used to think that when you watched a movie, the actors had to act it out again. i also thought that when i was watching a movie, and someone else started watching it, they couldn't see it because the actors couldn't act it out twice at the same time
When i was 6 i used to constantly watch the sound of music but became increasing worried that Julie Andrews was getting angry and tired of having to keep singing for me and that she would lose her voice... also that the new readers could see me getting dressed so i used to hide behind the sofa... Pre-recorded obviously didn't mean a thing to me!
I watched movie The Ring 1 at the age of 10 and immedietly after the last shot I called everyone in my friend circle and my family and told them that I won't be here after 7 days cos I thought that as I saw that killing clip in the movie I would be dead after seven days too and at that time I was serious!
i used to beleive that if i watch a film more than three times i will get into it.
When I was little I always thought that the actors loved each other in real life. I grew up miserable because I found out it wasn't true.
I used to believe that Ben Stiller and Will Ferell were the same person.
I believed that if you recoreded all the previews for a movie you could pice them al together and watch the entire thing.
When I was little I believed that Casper the ghost from the movie Casper was real. Because he turned into a hot guy when he temporarily came back to life at the end of the movie I had a huge crush on him. I used to believe I was in love with him and that someday we would meet and marry. I daydreamed about our wedding and everything!
when i was little i used to think that when you put a video into the vcr that it would somehow send a signal to the actors and they would preform it live everytime you watched the movie
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.
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?
When I was little I used to believe that when movies portrayed an actor in many stages life, they started filming when the actor was younger and then resumed filming when the actor was grown up.
After Watching Toy Story, My Friend Believed That His Toys Became Alive After He Left His Room. Now He's 25 And Still Believe That.
There's a scene in the movie "Herbie: Fully Loaded" where, for a single second, you can see Lindsay Lohan's bare shoulders and upper back as she changes clothes. I thought this qualified as nudity and was shocked that the film was rated G. It was long time before I realized it was possible for movies to have ACTUAL nudity.
Other examples include a moment in "Kangaroo Jack" where the camera lingers on the female lead's (completely covered) breasts - I just didn't realize it was possible for movie content to get more graphic than that and was bewildered that the movie got away with the PG rating.
When I was young there was a girl of 6 years old and she allways asked by watching the movies: " do they really kill all these people".
When people got killed on the big or little screen, I thought it was for real. When grown-ups were "tired of living", they would very naturally volunteer for that kind of thing.