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After seeing Mission Impossible and the plastic mask getting pulled off i used try to pull off my mothers face getting worried that she was robber trying to rob us!!
I really don't know why, but when I was a kid I thought that Billy Dee Williams and Jesse Jackson were the same guy.
I used to think only super attractive people got to be actors. So I always got really confused when I was watching a movie and not everyone looked like supermodels.
My friend told me about the movie The Ring, and ever since I was scared, and still am, that someone will crawl out of the tv and kill me.
I used to believe when characters on tv shows or movies were killed, that suicidal actors played those parts.
I once believed that anytime a tape was played, and thus a movie watched, the actors were somehow acting it out live. I finally got straightened out when I asked my dad, "How can they be ready to redo the whole movie anytime someone wants to watch it?" and he explained the concept of VHS tapes to me.
Around 8th grade I took a scene in Adam Sandler's "The Water Boy" too seriously. It was when he snuck a girl into his house while his mother was sleeping. (His mother had always warned him to stay away from girls) The girl asked if this was okay and he told her that "What mama doesn't see won't hurt her." It then zoomed into the mother sleeping-she was wearing an eyemask. I thought that her son had placed it on her so that she wouldn't be able to see him with a girl.
I used to believe that a dubbing mixer in the movies mixed dubbing for the actors boots. I couldn't understand why they needed so much.
i remeber being little and thinking micheal myers was going to come and kill me.....blaim my sister!
did you ever see the ring one time my dad peeked his eye through the crack in my door and i yelled really really REALLY!!!!!!!!! LOUD BECAUSE I THOUGHT IT WAS THE EVIL GIRL that watched the tape coming to kill me (dont watch the ring if your under 13 years old)
once iwas watching the movie face off and my mom pretended that she took my nose off so i started to cry,wine and yell give me back my nose
Back when the film "Aliens" came out, I was reading an article about it and how it was 'seven years in the making' after the first film. I thought that meant "Aliens" took seven whole years to film. The kicker was that I was 13 years old at the time and should have known better. ;P
I believed the world was black & white before 1950, and that the Wizard of Oz was shot during the transition. When I asked my Dad if that was true, he wasn't listening and responded "Yes". So for years, I believed it.
When My Sister Saw The Movie Honey, I Shrunk The Kids, She Tried To Build A Shrink Ray But Never Did
When I was little, watching the movie Look Who's Talking, I decided that Kirstie Alley and John Travolta were married, and the parts where they filmed them "having sex" (rolling around in underwear) was really them in their home. I assumd the camera men just went there and filmed them doing the deed and then used it in the movie.
When I was young, I believed that when Dorothy walks out of the house after the storm in "The Wizard of Oz", that was the exact moment they invented color television.
I used to think that if you wrote a name on a recordable VHS, it would become that movie when i put it in the VCR
I had watched the movie signs. I thought an alien would pop out of my closet.I was nine now i am 11.
I still do!!
I used to think when I was around 6 or 7 that every bit of a movie was individually drawn out, and then when every single bit of the film was done and there were thousand of pictures on pieces of paper, someone would flip them through and other people would record it. After it was recorded, the voices were added.
Whenever someone came round and we watched a movie on TV, I'd drive them crazy being so specially in awe by it and pausing it every 2 minutes exclaiming with utter amazement, "ISN'T IT SO COOL? SOMEONE DREW THAT!" occasionally I return my attention to the TV and press the pause button over and over so that each frame went one after the after slowly. "And that! And that! And that!"
Well, it SEEMS kinda logical ;) I have no idea how I thought that up or how I found out it wasn't true. Imagine what I'd have been like if I hadn't figured out how movies were really made by the time Shrek came out! I'd have been pausing it on DVD every few seconds to pore over every little detail...
After I saw Star Wars for the very first time, I thought Luke Skywalker was going to get together with Princess Leia, and was really gutted because I fancied her. I didn't even realise that they were related until three years later, and then I got jealous of Han Solo.