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jarekhanzelka
06-02-12, 08:50
Made one for video games, so I figured I'd make one for movies as well. What's the first movie you can remember seeing? For me, it was either Stephen King's It, Gremlins or Critters.

Carbonek_0051
06-02-12, 08:51
I honestly don't remember, my mother told me it was Walt Disney's The Jungle Book. :p

Ikas90
06-02-12, 08:53
I think it was the Lion King. Or perhaps Dumbo.

But it was definitely a Disney cartoon.

Nenya awakens
06-02-12, 08:55
The Land Before Time is my earliest film memory, and Flight of the Navigator.

digitizedboy
06-02-12, 09:51
EDIT : I just remembered, Clash of the Titans.

cezy rockeru
06-02-12, 10:01
The Jungle Book, i believe. i can't remember any other movie that i've seen before that.

Chocola teapot
06-02-12, 10:35
I think it was Jason and the Argonauts.

Co-Incidentally, I grew up terrified of Skeletons.

Zelda master
06-02-12, 10:41
I don't remember my first movie actually, the oldest movie I can remember though is: Walt Disney's Snowwhite on VHS :D

shebj
06-02-12, 10:46
the lion king <3 ever since in love with that movie

Survival
06-02-12, 18:14
The Thing (1982) is the first movie I ever remember watching. Closely followed by Spellbinder (1988). I was pretty much raised as a horror fan.

Nemo_91
06-02-12, 18:24
The Thing (1982) is the first movie I ever remember watching. Closely followed by Spellbinder (1988). I was pretty much raised as a horror fan.

The Thing?? Seriously?! O_O


I don't remember... probably a Disney film. :p

Survival
06-02-12, 18:26
Yup. I sat in the living room with my mom who was watching it on like 8th generation VHS tape... the resuscitation scene remains forever burned into my brain.

Nemo_91
06-02-12, 18:29
Yup. I sat in the living room with my mom who was watching it on like 8th generation VHS tape... the resuscitation scene remains forever burned into my brain.

Well, that's definitely the biggest holy-**** moment in it... at least for me anyway. :p

AmericanAssassin
06-02-12, 18:31
I was pretty much raised as a horror fan.
I was, as well. The first film I remember is John Carpenter's Halloween, and to this day it's my favorite film of all time. :D

Eddie Haskell
06-02-12, 18:32
An odd film for one such as me, it was Mildred Pierce starring Joan Crawford. I must have been about 5 years old at the time, and I recall my mother yelling at me to keep quiet in front of our tiny black and white tv.

jarekhanzelka
06-02-12, 18:57
I was pretty much raised as a horror fan.

Same. And I wouldn't have it any other way. <3

Encore
07-02-12, 00:26
The first one, that I can remember, was The Land Before Time. What a ****ing depressing movie. No wonder I turned out like this. :X

An odd film for one such as me, it was Mildred Pierce starring Joan Crawford. I must have been about 5 years old at the time, and I recall my mother yelling at me to keep quiet in front of our tiny black and white tv.

I recently saw the mini series with Kate Winslet, I loved it. :D

larafan25
07-02-12, 00:27
I have an odd feeling that it might have been The Lion King, or as I would call it "Sun".

TRULuverzz
07-02-12, 00:29
Ummm, Dumbo I think it was, I can't remember :vlol:

robm_2007
07-02-12, 00:30
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part II.

Before then, I just lied about having ever seen any film before ;__;

Nenya awakens
07-02-12, 00:31
The first one, that I can remember, was The Land Before Time. What a ****ing depressing movie. No wonder I turned out like this. :X





That's what I posted :D was such a sad film :(

ozzman
07-02-12, 00:31
earliest i can remember

Halloween 6
Jurassic Park
or Titanic

SoupCard
07-02-12, 03:43
Probably The Lion King, or The Land Before Time. Earliest I can remember is Star Wars.

Dia2blo
07-02-12, 23:48
Mine was the Flinstones movie in the cinema :vlol:! Apparently I cried the whole way through...

Lara Croft!
07-02-12, 23:57
I'm assuming the question of the thread is What was the first movie you've ever seen at the cinema?

In that case, it was 1993's Jurassic Park http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0107290/
It was a rainy night, I went with my mum and we were 5-10 minutes late. So for my first movie I had missed the first scenes. :D

In primary school they had taken us to watch a documentary about bears, but I can't remember which one was my first cinema experience for sure. I remember squat from the documentary, so Jurassic Park it is. :D

Larapink
08-02-12, 01:40
The first film I ever watched was Disney's Fantasia, I only remember the scene as Micky Mouse being the apprentice and controlling the brooms. I think I watched it when I was 3 back in 1989 or 1990. :)

I miss those days. :(

Tonyrobinson
08-02-12, 01:45
In the cinema the first movie I seen was called Indian in the Cupboard back in 1995 so I was like three. Can still remember it funnily enough, it was awful. :o

t-raider26
08-02-12, 03:16
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Soul
08-02-12, 09:50
If it's the first movie I've ever seen that i can remember it 's "The Land Before Time".

If it's the first film I've seen in cinema it's 101 dalmatians :)

TippingWater
08-02-12, 09:54
I wish I could remember :p. It has been a while since then .

peeves
08-02-12, 12:47
Mine would hefta be the lion king.

Sir Croft
08-02-12, 12:56
The Lion King, I guess.

Mad Tony
08-02-12, 12:57
What's with all the people saying Lion King? I've never even seen it. :p

Anyway, I honestly can't remember the first film I saw.

Jester Head
08-02-12, 13:52
I can't remember the first one... The earliest I remember, though, was Jurassic Park.

Encore
08-02-12, 23:15
What's with all the people saying Lion King? I've never even seen it. :p

I assume that if you were a kid at the time it came out, your parents were very likely to take you to the cinema to watch it. As simple as that.

Your parents suck BTW.

Sir Croft
08-02-12, 23:24
I assume that if you were a kid at the time it came out, your parents were very likely to take you to the cinema to watch it. As simple as that.

Your parents suck BTW.
:vlol:

patriots88888
08-02-12, 23:25
I believe it was a double feature of Old Yeller and The Incredible Journey.