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when i was 3 or 4 i was obsessed with the movie snow white and the seven dwarves, and i thought all dwarves mined for jewels like the ones in the movie. so when i saw one in the grocery store i yelled to my mom 'where's her pick axe?!'
I use to believe that when a movie stated "5 years later" it meant they waited 5 years to continue filming.
Three movies shaped my fears for a lifetime. "IT" made me get rid of all my porcelian dolls and clowns. To this day clowns still frighten me a little. A movie I can't remember the damn of which was about how if you die in your dreams you die in real life. The movie was called something like dreamscapes or something like that. So everytime i was chased in a dream or started dreaming anything unusual I would panic and wake myself up. The movie "carrie" I was like 5 years old and was supposed to be cleaning my room and NOT watching the movie my mom was in the livingroom. I happened to bend down by my bedroom door to pick up a toy and looked up and across the livingroom at the tv screen and carrie reached her hand out of her grave. Needless to say I screamed and hid under my bed. It took forever to get over it and for a long time I would not watch horror movies. I also was afraid of funerals and graveyards for fear someone would reach out and grab me.
when i was little i used to believe when you watched old home movies everything you saw would happen again and that you would never stop doing it.
Upon seeing "The Land Before Time" films, my six-year-old self became obsessed with dinosaurs. I invented a finger game, and dinosaurs would crawl around my bathtub. I would get in trouble because the baby long-neck's "long neck" was my middle finger, and adults simple didn't understand that it was a dinosaur. Whenever I took a bath, the bathtub became a prehistoric underworld and dinosaurs would climb all over the place!
I used to believe that in the "olden days" when films were first made in black and white that every body moved around very very quickly and had lots more energy back then....... actually I still believe that!
My little brother used to believe that every time you watched a film, the actors/actresses had to act it every single time!
When I was smaller I was a very big daredevil. I have a really good memory and I can remember this like yesterday. One night we where visiting my moms old friend from a base. We hadnt seen her in 5 years. I was very young and she gave us like 50 movies we could watch. So I picked "Freddy vs Jason" & "Nightmare on Elm Street" I had eaten TONS of tangerines and I was jumping up and down freaked for my life because freddy had just put his hand in the ladys bath. For years I was scared that he might do that to me (still am) and that he might do that with the toilet. And I didnt stop sleeping in my moms bed till last year. When my mom told me that movies where make pretend. Im turning 13 this year. Couldnt she have just told me earlier?
I used to think that it was impossible for a cartoon movie to be rated PG-13 (British equivelent: 12 or 15), or certainly not R (British: 18) So when I heard about a cartoon movie rated PG-13 I got really confused. It just didn't make sense to me.
when i was 5 i found the movie 'It" in one of these bins in my basement. i watched the movie with 2 friends. i was completly horrifyed about the part where he come out of that old picture. now every time i look of in the distance my mind plays a trick. it visions a brown clown on a unicyle pointing at me and racing at an extremly fast speed. same thing in every one of my nightmares
That Jar_Jar Binks from starwars was going to lick me, and i was scared of him, from then on! -5 years old
You know that commercial for the movie "Milk"? He´s on stage, yelling, "I am here to recruit you!" But I was sure I heard, "I am here to make fruit juice!" I knew that couldnt be right, but I had no idea what it could be....
I used to believe that the actors in the cowboy movies really went over a cliff or really got shot and I was undecided whether it was worth all that to be in a movie.
My dad told me one night that Steve Marin wore a tupee. For years after that I would watch Steve with my finger in front of my eye trying to imagine what he looked like without the tupee. My dad asked me what I was doing 10 years later and thought I was crazy when I told him. He had no recollection of saying that.
I used to think that The Wizard of Oz was made by Mickey Rooney (I had the 50th anniversary video and it includes footage of him presenting Judy Garland with a juvenile Oscar for Wizard of Oz; for some reason I assumed that he was the director giving an award to the actress-granted, I was about 7 years old).
I used to think that all of the films from WW1 and 2, etc. were reenactments of the actual thing!
until 2weeks ago i though a lightsaber was called a light saver
I believed that actors who died in a movie--got paid a lot of money----went out and had a blast till the money ran out----then went and got killed in the movie---don't know where I got that idea
I used to think that when I was watching a movie, it was happening live. For example, I use to think they always shut down the city of New York everytime I wanted to watch Home Alone
I used to believe that the film "Never ending story" was really without an end. So, when I listened to my friends at school talking about it, I passed my afternoons zapping all the channels in order to find this endless film