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Okay, I feel like all of us have that quintessential movie going memory from when we were little kids. what was yours.
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So my brother is four years older than me, so sometimes my parents would allow me to do things or see movies that they wouldn't let me go to myself if my brother brought me. so we saw Jurassic Park and Clueless in the theater.
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Obviously not like simultaneously it wasn't a double feature those movies came out years apart But I have fond memories of being allowed to go to the movies alone with my older brother It was always a movie he picked and he picked clueless
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That sounds like so much fun. I wish I had an older sibling to take me to things, but I did have a single mom Who let me watch things long before I should have I saw pulp fiction when I was eight? That's how I'm gonna test it all.
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Seriously though, I love Jurassic Park and I really wish I got to see Clueless in the theaters. That is one of my favorites. And that gives me an idea for another lame sound ****. Thank you.
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When I was a kid, that movie Gone with the Wind had just come out and it was a sensation. And I will never forget, you know, going, you know, with my son to see it.
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In Technicolor and everything, that must have just blown your socks right off.
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My stepdad taken me out one Friday to go see Mortal Kombat. The first day was released, so I could brag about it on Monday. I seen it the first day it was really...
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Don't want to get this thing. You were sharing that because it lit me up. I absolutely love that childhood memory and the fact that it was Mortal Kombat because some of you were so freaking cool when we were kids.
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When I went to go see 101 Dalmatians when it came out and when the dogs all got stolen I cried my ass off in the theater.
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I totally forgot about that, but I definitely saw that one in the theater when I was a kid too. I loved it so much. Also, I gotta say, Cruella is pretty fantastic too.
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I'm not gonna lie, my childhood TV show Ben 10. fucking Ben 10
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Me, it would have to be homo-lon to something about that movie, even if I watch it now. It's so nostalgic.
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We went to the drive-in movie theater and we seen the ET for the first time. that was cutting edge.
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Jaws it was 100% sure I have a girl from my dad was looking at your maxi go with Jordan and he showed me when I was at 6:05 I was dying inside really
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So there was three childhood movies that I am just gonna be engraving in my brain forever that is blue Xpress it is milo and Otis and homeward bound
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I watch like an episode of Arthur will like like they all stayed in a museum and I forgot who thought of like robot security guards and it's on my dad about that episode and they introduce me to RoboCop and yeah
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