Thread: What was the first movie you remember seeing in a theater?

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    I don't remember if it was Beatlejuice or Who framed Roger Rabbit.
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      Snow White in 1986.
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        Batman with Michael Keaton
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          Carebears movie2
          Can't remember how old i was but i was still at primary school.
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            Quote by pikachulover
            Snow White in 1986.
            Ha! Snow White in 83 for me! I was 3 or 4 so all I truly remember is the gold textured background of the opening credits:

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              Quote by DarthChile
              In my case, it was Return of the Jedi (or so I think). I was about 5 and since then Star Wars changed my life.

              I also have vague memories of things like "The Gods must be Crazy" and other movies I did see in a theater when they were new. Goonies, The Never Ending Story, Ghost Busters (I really liked that one, I had to sit on the floor cause the theater was so full).

              I saw ET a few years later after it was released, in a auto cinema (hahahah kinda miss those).

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              I think mine was Return Of The Jedi too but for me it wasn't the original release it was brought back to theatres. Wow....lol how old are you??? Anyway I was born in 86 so this was prob around 95? It was 3D....lol not 3D 2012 but 3D with half Red and half Blue cardboard glasses. It was a single theatre lol remember those? thats all we had in our town and the line to get into the movie was literally a street long, I remember having to show up an hour and a half early to see a movie. aaaw I miss that
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                For me, it was either "Honey, I Shrunk the Kids" or "The Little Mermaid". Both movies came out the exact same year (1989).
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                  Ghostbusters 2 at a drive in. I just checked the release date and it was in 89, so I was about 2 and a half years old. Surprised I remember!
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                    Quote by vkimo
                    Ghostbusters 2 at a drive in. I just checked the release date and it was in 89, so I was about 2 and a half years old. Surprised I remember!
                    Mine was The Nightmare Before Christmas, and I was about the same age. It's one of my earliest memories, too.

                    The next ones I remember were The Lion King (1994), Toy Story (1995), Hercules (1997), and The Rugrats Movie (1998), followed by The Phantom Menace, South Park, Pokemon, and Toy Story 2 all in 1999. Pretty sure I saw more, like at least one of the Star Wars re-releases in 1997, but I don't remember anything else at all before Y2K.
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                      Free Willy wayyy back in '93, with my uncle and cousin.
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                        "All Dogs Go To Heaven", 1989, when I was two.
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                          Same here! followed shortly by Jurassic Park

                          The cave of wonders and the Jafar cobra looked awesome on the big screen!
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                            The Monster Squad
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                              Darkman (1990)

                              Still one of my favorite movies.
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                                Star Trek: The Motion Picture (first Star Trek movie 1979). Theaters back then would show a Disney cartoon before the main attraction, and I remember liking the cartoon much more than the movie. That first Star Trek was awful!
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                                  Mulan, I don't even remember who I went with or when just that it was Mulan. :s
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                                    first movie for me was the care bears movie. Though my mom was pregnate with me when my dad took her to see the omen.
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                                      Quote by maxdrive
                                      first movie for me was the care bears movie.
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                                        Quote by maxdrive
                                        first movie for me was the care bears movie. Though my mom was pregnate with me when my dad took her to see the omen.


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                                          Damien?


                                          What would make you think that *eyes glow red* I don't think my mom taking her unborn son to such a movie would effect any thing *demonic voice* Do you?
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