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    I was born in 1970, so didn't grow up with easy access to movies. When we went to the cinema it was a big deal and certain movies seemed to get played on TV about once a year. I can't remember really being impacted by many.

    I loved Rikki Tikki Tavi and Charlotte's Web (the old animated version). I saw most of the Disney animated movies that were out at that time in the cinema. I learned that I hated trippy scenes like the drunk scene in Dumbo and pretty much Fantasia and Alice in Wonderland in their entireties. I also hate Pinocchio because he was disobedient to his father and ended up causing himself and his father a lot of hardship just because he was an idiot.

    I did have the unfortunate experience of seeing Poltergeist (friend's mom took us to see it for her birthday). I was already afraid of clowns and that movie made it about a hundred times worse.

    Of course, my teenage years happened during the eighties and I love a lot of eighties and eighties-style movies, but none really stand out as far as impact.
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    Star Trek, Star Wars, The Dark Crystal, Explorers, War Games, Weird Science , Real Genius, Flight of the Navigator, The Last Starfighter, Jurassic Park, Land Before Time (before they beat it to death with sequels), Aliens (walked in on dad watching it). Yeah, probably have a theme going here...
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    The Wizard of Oz - when i was really little, i would watch it 3x a day.
    The Dark Crystal
    Labyrinth
    The Neverending Story
    Various Horror movies - probably since i was 6, i couldn't get enough horror and still can't
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    Mostly animated ones shaped my childhood, with some live action films as well.

    Fantasia- introduced me to the world of classical music. After watching that, I've been a fan of classical music, and at the time wanted to be a musician in an orchestra. Years later, I ended up joining elementary school band, and the rest is history.

    Beauty and the Beast- loved this movie. I found a lot of solidarity with Belle's character.

    Sleeping Beauty- Was my favorite Disney movie.

    Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs- Another favorite.

    Happily Ever After- this was the Filmation sequel to Snow White. The villain Lord Malice scared the heck out of me when I was a kid, and I avoided watching the film for years.

    Wizard of Oz

    Thumbelina

    A Little Princess- I related to Sarah Crewe when I was a kid.

    The Secret Garden- After watching this film, I wanted to grow my own garden, so I set up a little patch in the backyard, planted flowers in it.

    The Neverending Story

    Cinderella

    Ferngully- This movie turned me into an environmentalist when I was a kid.

    Fairy Tale, a True Story

    Labyrinth- saw this one in my teens, and at the time I found David Bowie's character Jareth magnetic (perhaps it was David Bowie himself, lol).

    Matilda

    The Swan Princess


    to name a couple. I think my NF idealism was fueled by fairy tales and fantasy as a child.
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    Oh wow! "When the wind blows", that shook up my little nine year old head.
    "We knew he was someone who had a tragic flaw, that's where his greatness came from"

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    karate kid, annie, star wars, wizard of oz

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    The Secret of NIMH(National Institute of Mental Health? )
    Ferngully
    Labyrinth
    The Neverending Story
    The Pied Piper of Hamelin
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    Jack and the Beanstalk (Abbott & Costello)
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    I loved watching those old Disney short movies, especially the western stuff. Like, that one disney movie where Mickey(?) had been driving for a long time so he stopped to rest at an in, but then something happened outside, something about a big rock. And Pluto's adventures with the evil cactuses and the gold mine. The three blind musketeers. Donald Duck when he tried to sleep but his clock kept on ticking, and that time he was going to cut down a tree. And then another disney movie where this kid sat on a wooden horse and it turned into a real horse, he became a cowboy and ran through the desert with indians running after him; they painted the grand canyon, and lots of other weird stuff.

    Loved everything that had to do with the desert tho. Arizona/Texas/Nevada/Egyption desert <3 I live far north in Norway so it's probably why I have a longing for the desert.

    I spent most of my time watching old American tv-serie reruns and Cartoon Network. Stuff like Full House, and that Nerd with his pants above his waist, Fresh Prince in Bel Air. Scooby Doo.

    Teenage Mutant Hero Turtles, the old animation series (in swedish, because back then most of our shows where dubbed swedish), and of course THE movie Teenage Mutant Hero Turtles.

    Movies like Wild Wild West. Evolution. Lethal Weapon, Loaded Weapon (or whatever it's called). The Three Musketeers, like someone said earlier. Forrest Gump. And that Dinosaur animation movie called Littlefoot or something(?).

    As soon as I hit twelve I became rebellious, especially at the age of thirteen, fourteen; So, around that time I turned to movies you normally wouldn't let a fourteen year old watch, like Braveheart.

    I watched and was AMAZED at Dark City as a fourteen year old. At least I think I was around 14 at the time.

    And the Truman Show really got to me. It was so vivid that I still sometimes believe that I live in such a world myself where I'm locked in with cameras everywhere.

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    Hmmm let's see.

    Land before time (disney)
    Lion King ("Remember who you aarrreee!!!" One of many favorite scenes)
    Hunchback of Notre-Dame (wanted to be the gypsy cause she was so pretty and was kind to Quasimoto when everyone else shunned him. Saw him for who he was. Warmed my little kid INFP heart to pieces )
    Casper the friendly ghost :P.
    Labyrinth (loved it and the music)
    Mulan
    Winnie the pooh's halloween episodes that I liked watching as a kid.
    Mary kate and Ashley olsen movies/music big time.
    Loved jurassic park.
    Loved "loved" Real live tornado footage (so much so I was bought a 2 hours long of real live tornado action. Let's just say I watched it countless of times and was in my glory when I saw what the video was about.) "storm chasers".
    Night of the twisters .
    "Twister" Twister (1996)

    Seriously as a kid I loved to simply just watch the lightning and hear the loud thunder. Especially loved it as a kid and now even when we had heavy winds cause something about the charge it gave/gives me to hear the wind, roar of the thunder clap, the lightning strike. Sorry I lost control back there.

    Invader Zim . *watched during a heavy thunderstorm/50-60 mph winds*
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    How could I forget Twister? That inspired me to get into meteorology.
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    “Thoughts are the shadows of our feelings -- always darker, emptier and simpler.”
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