What Movie Scene Did You See WAY Too Young?

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Movies hit us all differently. A horror film might be a laugh-a-minute for some folks. Likewise, a comedy might be hysterical for some and cringe-inducing for others. Everyone has a different reaction to what is playing in front of them. It’s one of the things that makes humans interesting. You never know when something on screen might hit you where it hurts. Sometimes, we watch films that we might not be ready for and a scene or two will make us scared, traumatized, or question the very existence of life itself.

So the question I ask today is: what movie scene did you see WAY too young?

Personally, I’m drawing a blank, but I remember watching E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial as a kid and the parents having to turn it off because my brother was scared of E.T. So yeah, I guess he was too young for that. Never did see E.T. all the way through until I was an adult. To this day I still don’t know what scene specifically bothered my brother so much, but I’m wagering it was when E.T. is cold and lifeless on the river shore. He does look pretty scary then.

So what about you, folks? What movie had a scene that was just too much for you to bear as a child?

I’ll see you in the trenches while I wait for Romona to comment about her Jaws experience.

Author: Marmaduke Karlston

"Wait a minute. Wait a minute Doc, uh, are you telling me you built a time machine... out of a DeLorean?"