The Secret of the Sword Pretty sure it was an early fifth birthday present, as I cannot imagine how else I would’ve convinced my mother to take me to the theatre when the cartoon was free on TV. *laughs*
Star Wars. The original. A New Hope. Episode IV. I was five or close to it. I only vaguely remember watching it.
Same, except I was 3. I made it through Darth Vader with only minimal psychological trauma but completely lost it at the sand people when they attacked Luke. I was hauled out to the lobby where my mom let me cry myself to sleep, at which point, my mom got to watch the rest of the movie in peace.
Some unknown Benji movie, and then Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. I was already… 6? by the time I got to see Turtles though, we didn’t get out very often. I remember all the adults in the theater being SO OUTRAGED THAT RAPH SWORE! lol
Either Mulan or Prince of Egypt. I was seven the year both of them came out - don’t remember much of going to see either, except the scene of the Great Wall in Mulan, and the fact that the death of the firstborn in Prince of Egypt was utterly terrifying (especially as I’m an eldest child myself).
Matilda! Which apparently came out around Christmas in 1996, so I was just 6. I loved it so much, and I seriously imprinted on it liek whoa. I dressed up as Matilda every world book day for years.
Beauty and the Beast for my friend’s birthday in 1991. I was 6. I was SO EXCITED.
Mine was The Little Mermaid. I remember, it was summer and we lined up around the corner, it was so popular. I was also 6, strangely. Or, well 5 and a half.