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Old 09-17-2013, 02:05 PM   #61
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Batman & Robin when I was eight. I remember loving it at the time. Not so much now.

Scream 3 was my first R-rated film. I was eleven.
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Old 09-17-2013, 02:16 PM   #62
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I've been going to horror movies in theatres ever since I was a kid, the first I recall being Scream when I was 7.

I've been to MANY Rated-R movies since then with family members and whatnot, but the first time I remember going alone to a PG-13 was Mortal Kombat 2 (of course the kid version of me thought it was awesome ) and my first alone R-rated movie was The Faculty.
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Old 12-11-2013, 08:36 PM   #63
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The first movie I remember seeing without an adult chaparon must be Scream with a bunch of friends from school, I was probabably 9 or 10. I remember we lied to our parents and told them we were going to see some other kiddie movie that was out at the time and then snuck in.
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Old 12-11-2013, 08:41 PM   #64
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I think it was Mortal Kombat but I doubt it, it was probably something else that came out a bit earlier.
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The first I remember was Batman Returns.
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I think it was either Billy Madison or Clueless. I was thirteen that summer.
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Not positive, but I think it was The Two Towers. I was 12, and ended up seeing it 5 times. A personal record that has held by itself up till yesterday when I saw Frozen for the 5th time, and will be fully broken by tomorrow.
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Friday The 13th: A New Beginning
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I know What You Did Last Summer. I saw that with two other friends. The three of us were still underage, but my Mom bought us the tickets and we went in. I looked like I was 17 at the time. But that's mainly cause I was 16.

But I think the first movie I saw by myself was Scream 2.
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The Cable Guy (Age 14). My parents dropped me off at the theatre, where i met up with friends, and they went out to dinner.
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Wow, I have no idea. I know I was at least younger than 12 because I remember going to movies alone before Titanic, just not sure what I saw alone. Hmmm. It may have been Trainspotting as I thought it was so cool to see a movie like that (I was 11) and seeing Ewan nude. TBH, Ewan probably earns the title of first man I saw completely full frontal. He got to take two things from my childhood...lmao.
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The earliest that I recall was Return of the Jedi. I was 13 when it came out.
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Iron Man and Batman Begins.
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Empire Strikes Back. I was 12. Mom dropped a freind and I off at the theater.
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Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country

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Back to the Future. Theater was within walking distance from my house.

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