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I use to get excited when i saw movie trailers and their release date...i use to always thought that it would be release on the same channel i saw the trailer on....
I used to believe that actors come together to act out a movie, scene by scene, every time a new copy was to be made.
...that everything was black and white pre-1950's and that's why movies from that time weren't in color.
"She sees the light, she sees the light"
what I heard "E.T.'s alive, E.T.'s alive"
This is more of an event than a belief.
When my cousin(4 yrs.) was in church one day and going up to communion, there was someone who had glasses and hair like Harry Potter. So he said" Look Mom! It's harry potter!"
When I was 7, I was into stuff like today's Candyman and It. I was brave and never got scared until I saw Scary Movie (2000). That's when I wet my bed. I never knew humor 'till then.
I used to believe films were real life.
I used to think that TV shows and movies became black and white as they got older, because people's hair went gray. I was convinced that all the TV shows I liked would go black and white eventually. For some reason, this really upset me.
I also used to call black and white "gray."
In the movie Pirates of the Caribbean, Jack Sparrow asks Will Turner, "You're not a eunuch, are you?"
For years, my sister believed it was, "You're not from Munich, are you?"
I used to believe that The Blair Witch Project was real. And those dolls that stood in the corner used to freak me out (and still do) because of the end of the movie.
When I was little, I used to love watching horror movies. However, they scared me so much that I would never watch the "scary" parts.
Despite that, I loved The Nightmare on Elm Street series.
I tried to watch the scary parts, and they gave me nightmares.
I tried to not go to sleep for quite a while after that, because I was scared that Freddy was going to come get me again, although I had lived through the first one. He had killed all the survivors from the movie so naturally there was only me left to kill...
a little boy once told me that the scariest movie ever was "harry potter and the chocolate factory" i assume that would be a pretty scary movie
I used to be afraid of the little disney movie called "Donald in Mathmagic Land" Not the hole movie, just when they showed the universe. I used to climb up on the back of the couch and sit Cuz I thought I'd be Safe there. I was an idiot...
I used to believe Hulk Hogan played Mrs. Doubtfire. I never really saw the movie.
When I was younger, my Dad used to tell me that black and white films were black and white because colour hadn't been invented yet. I believed him until I was around 10 years old :)
I was about 11 or 12 years old when I finally got to go to Disney's Hollywood Studios in Florida. It was only then that I discovered that the 'ACME' Hole-in-the-walls from cartoons, and particularly the film 'Who framed roger rabbit' were not available for purchase!
When I was little I used to believe that everything that happened in movies was real. Specifically in Titanic I thought Leonardo Dicaprio had actually died and I was so sad, cause I thought he was cute.
When I was little the Carry On films were the most risque television that my siblings and I were allowed to watch at home. At the time, all the innuendo and tight clothing and cleavage seemed very grown-up to me. So much so, in fact, that when I was having a video-party (bet they dont have those anymore) for my 11th birthday and my friends wanted to know what we were watching, I mentioned some of those films. Most of them hadnt heard of them and seemed more interested in what age rating they were, so I confidently told them they were at least a 12, maybe even a 15. My proud bubble was burst when one girl chimed in "No they're not, they're only a PG!" No one seemed very impressed after that, and suffice to say I rented some cool modern films for the party!
I used to believe that one of the cinema workers sat where the projector is and got paid to sit and watch the whole film so he could fix the machine quickly if anything went wrong. I think I got this from seeing a guy's head above the projector when I looked up there once. Maybe there was a problem with the machine at the start of the film or something and he was checking it?
Anyways, seeing him led me to believe they have to sit up there through the whole film.
When i was about 5ish, the first time i watched titanic i truly believed that Kate Winslet was the character in the story. This belief went on until i saw it a second time (god knows how much time passed) and mentioned it too my family. they all laughed, i was so mad with shame.