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The first one I recall is Paul Verhoeven'sTotal Recall when I was 6 years old.
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father reading them to me. This was a nightmare... for the people around us
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Location: Chungking Mansions
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This gem of cinema when I was 5
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Think it was Pochahontas (1995)
Location: Jackson County
I can't remember my first movie in theater (possibly Batman
with my parents, I was two years old) but I remember clearly my first movie on VHS, the one I was aware of and the one I liked the most:
Batman Returns 1992
"Just a girl. Not a threat."
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Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone (2001)
I was 10. Quite old actually
Probably that's why I remember this as if it was yesterday. It was ultra awesome to see a movie on a big screen for the first time in my life :modesty: Plus, I was a fan of the book which made it even a better viewing experience
I can't remember, but after my mother it was some Disney movie (Bambi or Lion King probably).
Location: Space Truckin'
The first English movie that I remember watching in a theatre was The Lion King
(1994). I was just a couple of months shy of my 8th birthday.