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    Quote Originally Posted by Gothel View Post
    I watched it with my girls when they were 4&5. The older didn't take to it really but the younger became obsessed with it for months, watched it over& over, and all my Bowie cd's got a good workout which suited me just fine ha ha


    Lol me too! And doesn't one of the guards say "oh I never understood it anyway" lol
    I always believed that both doors went to certain death :P

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phony View Post
    Ah how old is you DS?
    I watched it with mine when he was about 3, it went right over his head and he got bored before the end but he's almost 6 now so I'll give it another go.
    Actually, that reminds me.
    There's 11 years between me and my sister and she swears that Jareth's man tights are the source of all her childhood nightmares!

    Also, I remember going in to buy the DVD in a big music and DVD store here and the girl behind the counter had never heard of it. I had to spell the name out for her and everything?
    I just felt so sorry for the poor sheltered child


    I see most of you imagined yourselves in the dress.
    It got me thinking here this morning,
    The dress never made an impression on me at all.
    (Oh my god, I can hear the collective screams from here hahahaha)
    I blame my mother for stuffing me into frilly things since I was born, as soon as I could dress myself I wore practical clothes!
    I loved her jeans and shirt rig out though...
    Oh and I did love the big hair with the dress, so not completely non-girly

    Wanna know what I did yesterday...
    I got good news so to celebrate I bought the little canvas!
    ARGH!
    DH will go mental
    Lol I wasn't much into the dress. I did like the stuff in her hair, and all the creepy masks :P

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    Oh yeah, there's a shop near me with all those kind of masks in their display.
    It always makes me think of it

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    Another one here that preferred her jeans and shirt.

    I never had a dream wedding dress either from when I was a little girl, maybe that was why I had such difficulty finding a wedding dress as I didn't want anything to frilly!

    I wasn't a fan of the Dark Crystal found it too creepy.

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    I totally love this movie...im so in love with David bowie in this. I loved it as a child and still do as an adult. My kids (3 and 5 years) both love it too.

    My fave scene has to be where she goes to the party and dances with Jareth!! Swoon!! I so wanted to be her in that scene...the dress alone was enough but when Jareth sings a line while dancing with her OMG!!! Hehe

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    Quote Originally Posted by kiwimum890 View Post
    I never had a dream wedding dress either from when I was a little girl, maybe that was why I had such difficulty finding a wedding dress as I didn't want anything to frilly!
    Same here, I didn't have a wedding dress.
    I got married in casual clothes on a beach. There's no way would I do the whole dress thing, I just couldn't bare the attention.

    Quote Originally Posted by loislane2010 View Post
    im so in love with David bowie in this. I loved it as a child and still do as an adult.
    My fave scene has to be where she goes to the party and dances with Jareth!! Swoon!! I so wanted to be her in that scene...the dress alone was enough but when Jareth sings a line while dancing with her OMG!!! Hehe
    Snap!
    GET OFF MY BOWIEEEEE!!!
    Even my lesbian cousin fancies him in this scene hahaha
    You've got to wonder if it was right for kids but sure look, none of us were damaged - except my sister, she never got over it

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phony View Post
    Ah how old is you DS?
    I watched it with mine when he was about 3, it went right over his head and he got bored before the end but he's almost 6 now so I'll give it another go.
    Actually, that reminds me.
    There's 11 years between me and my sister and she swears that Jareth's man tights are the source of all her childhood nightmares!

    Also, I remember going in to buy the DVD in a big music and DVD store here and the girl behind the counter had never heard of it. I had to spell the name out for her and everything?
    I just felt so sorry for the poor sheltered child


    I see most of you imagined yourselves in the dress.
    It got me thinking here this morning,
    The dress never made an impression on me at all.
    (Oh my god, I can hear the collective screams from here hahahaha)
    I blame my mother for stuffing me into frilly things since I was born, as soon as I could dress myself I wore practical clothes!
    I loved her jeans and shirt rig out though...
    Oh and I did love the big hair with the dress, so not completely non-girly

    Wanna know what I did yesterday...
    I got good news so to celebrate I bought the little canvas!
    ARGH!
    DH will go mental

    OMG, I bought the canvas too!! I wonder what the person/artist who makes it thinks....Labyrinth madness!!
    Oh and Dh loved it, when I showed him the pic he said "you have to buy that!"
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    Quote Originally Posted by White Mage View Post
    The part with her and the 2 doors... totally went over my head in the end.. lol.. I probably would of fallen in the pit too.. lol
    This scene drives me nuts, I'm sure she got it right. Every time I watch it, I try to figure out how she was wrong and can't. Like someone else said, both doors were probably certain death!

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    I also think "why didn't she say 'up' and take the other door!". 😝

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    As for age, I've shown Ds (4) and he enjoyed it.
    However I remember when I was little (primary school), I was a little scared of the false statue alarms "Beware, Beware", until Hoggle would Shh them up!

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