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    Home Alone
    Teenage Muntant Ninja Turtle series

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    -The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe (a BBC cartoon version)
    -The Jesus film (starring Brian Deacon)
    -The Little Mermaid (Disney cartoon)
    -Home Alone
    -Jurassic Park (many of us seem to like this one!)
    -The Secret Garden
    -The Cure
    -Angus
    -Little Women
    -That Darn Cat (with Christina Ricci)
    -Jane Eyre (Franco Zeffirelli's version)
    -Fly Away Home
    -The Spitfire Grill
    -The Mighty
    -Fairy Tale, a true story
    -The Secret of Roan Inish
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    9 to 5
    Arthur
    Mary Poppins
    The Incredible Shrinking Woman
    The Great Muppet Caper
    Bambi
    Lady and the Tramp
    Annie
    Purple Rain
    Labyrinth
    The Gremlins
    Poltergeist
    Nightmare on Elm Street
    Hairspray
    Cry Baby
    Beetle Juice
    Heathers
    The Exorcist
    Audrey Rose
    Alice Sweet Alice
    The Breakfast Club
    Pretty in Pink
    Sixteen Candles
    Grease

    and ultimately I see Pump Up The Volume as being the last movie that really affected me as a "child" as I became an adolescent...I remember it affecting me really strongly

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    I can't really say that there were films that "shaped" my childhood, but here are some ones that really stuck with me:

    • Hocus Pocus - a 90s witchy halloween film with Bette Midler and Sarah Jessica Parker
    • Practical Magic - another witchy film with Nicole Kidman and Sandra Bullock. I don't know why my sister and I watched to many witch films..
    • Death Becomes Her - It had Goldie Hawn and Meryl Streep in it. It was about women who wanted to live forever and stay young, but their skin peeled off in the rain or something.
    • Titanic - I first watched it when it came out. I was 5, I think. Gave me nightmares and I cried about it for days.
    • The Towering Inferno - Again gave me nightmares and contributed to the tremendous fear I already had of flames. I remember when I used to go to the market on cold days with my parents, and I saw the steam coming out of people's mouths, I used to cry and scream, and try to warn them that their insides were on fire.
    • E.T. - This one freaked me out beyond belief! E.T. was another one of my irrational fears.
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    Movies that shaped my childhood:

    -The Color Purple
    -Roots
    -The Wonderful Wizard of Oz
    -Clueless
    -Kids

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    These are some of the ones that i always enjoyed, but no one knew or could recall them.
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    • Death Becomes Her - It had Goldie Hawn and Meryl Streep in it. It was about women who wanted to live forever and stay young, but their skin peeled off in the rain or something.
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    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.
    That's romantic~



    There were a lot of movies I enjoyed as a child, but Disney's The Little Mermaid, hands down, had the most influence.
    I just vividly remember the serenity of the merkingdom and Arielle's beautiful, lithe fins.
    I also really empathized with her curiosity for humans because I am equally curious about other cultures and, of course, merpeople!

    Oddly, other childhood movies that I've recently rewatched as I've grown older had more of an effect on me now than then.
    Also, television series, rather than films, probably influenced me more than anything (Pokémon, Sailor Moon, etc.)
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    I didn't watch that many movies as a child.

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    Thumbs up to Edward, Labyrinth and The Dark Crystal.
    I also liked Drop Dead Fred, The Princess Bride and Beetljuice.

    Yeah yeah neverending story and oh and everybody forgets this move of course.

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    I don't know if these films influenced me but come to think of it Ghostbusters, Critters and Gremlins for the win!

    Achooh at Critters.

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    Hahaha @ horror film, who we gonna call Critter Busters. soooo much cheese, sighs.

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    No movies - books on the other hand... but that is another subject.

    Mom read out loud a lot.
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