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I used to believe that they used convicts as bad guys in action movies and the stars actually shot/threw them off buildings/punched/killed them.
When I was a child I beleived that the 'R' rating for a movie stood for 'Rude' and thats why children couldn't watch it because it had rude bits in it.
When I was a little girl I loved to watch horror movies about scary witches, coffins and cemetery. My favorite children's film was "Hocus Pocus." In the evening, when I started to watch it, I always felt that I am not alone in the room therefore switch the channel. And then my mother came into the room, and we watched it together. When I went to bed it seemed to me that witches from the movie would come into my room and eat me. Now I have grown up, but still afraid of watching horror movies.
There's this movie called Finding Nemo, and at one point, a girl is tapping on a fish tank and it is too loud for the fish, and one of them shouts, "Find a happy place!".
I didn't realize he was talking to himself and meant a happy place in his imagination.
I thought that he was talking to the girl and telling her to go find someplace that would make her happy and therefore stop bothering him.
i used to believe that the superheroes like superman, bat man, and flash were real, their were in a different country.
You know at the end of a movie when the screen goes black? well i used to think Mickie Mouse's face would appear and scream at me. I wonder how the elle i got that idea?
When I was little, I was very afraid of the movie E.T.-Extra Terrestrial. I thought that if I flushed the toilet at night, if I had woken up to use the restroom during the night, then E.T. would pop out of the toilet and eat my butt. I had to call my mom to flush the toilet for me at night!
There's a scene in the movie called The Incredibles, where the main character stamps the word "denied" on a piece of paper and an old lady says, "You're denying my claim?!".
Well, when I first saw the movie, I thought she was saying, "You're denying my *plane*?!" and wondered how on Earth someone could deny a plane.
My mother used to tell me that when people French-kissed in movies they were actually not really kissing, as with their heads at an angle to each other their lips did not touch (somehow that meant it didn't count as a 'real' kiss).
I'm still inclined to believe that she believed it, too. And still does.
I used to beleive.....
that going to the movies made it nightime. When we'd go in it was daytime and when we would comeout it would be night time. The first time we left a matinee I was truly dismayed.
I also used to beleive that when you turned the TV off, the next time you turned it on the show would start up again where it left off....
I used to think that the starwars weekly comic wasn't very strong.. duh.
When I was five I thought that when you watched a movie the actors and actresses knew that I wanted to watch the movie so they started acting it out. Then I learned the magic of recording.
When I was little, only 3 or 4, like most infants, I didn't understand movies too well, or at least, what the characters were saying. So for years I seriously beleived that the oompah-loompas in Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory were serial killers or something, and they were always on the other side of the Chocolate River, so you couldn't get to them. I thought that they would set up booby traps for the people's kids, and then kidnap the parents and kill them or something, and the parts that involved being in the same room with a lot of oompah-loompahs was that they were in an oompah-loompah jail touring it. They would mock the rest of the group after they kidnapped someone with scary little songs and dances, so up until I was, like, 7, I was terrified of the little buggers, and avoided the movie. Then I saw the movie and understood the words and all was better.
I actually thought that the Shark in the Jaws films was MEANT to be a mechanical one and that maybe someone was controlling it all along.
when i was about 8 i decided to tell everybody indiana jones was my real father, everyone belived me untill a year later when we all found out indian was a made up character
My father was watching Camelot one evening (yes...the musical with Robert Goulet and Richard Harris). There is one scene when King Arthur is furious with his wife because she is being so unkind and unwelcoming to Sir Lancelot. The character of King Arthur has a song that he sings about it. At the beginning of the song, he is quite loud and slams a door or two. When I asked my dad why, he told me that it was because King Arthur drank some cola at dinner and the caffeine was keeping him up. He was unhappy and upset because he couldn't sleep.
I am ashamed to admit how many years I believed *that* one....
When I was little I saw the movie Mary Poppins I loved how Mary could fly with her umbrella and wanted to fly as well.
One day it was rather windy out and got real excited. I went and got my mum's umbrella and ran to the picnic table and opened it up and jumped off it over and over again. I was determinded to fly.
It never happened.
I Have a Thomas the tank Engine Video Called " Thomas Breaks the Rules "
I Used to call It " Thomas Breaks Stories "
* 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
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.