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How old are fans? [please post]


I just wanted to know how old are the fans? I;m 12 and love this movie. It's one of my Favorites!!!!!!! : ) lol

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I am 29, but I watched this movie for the first time when I was your age, and I still love it.

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Im 13 and i love this movie so so much, i first saw it when i was about 7 or 8.Ever since then ive loved this movie.

GO CANDLESHOE!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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I'm 28 also found the movie when I was around 12, and fell in love with it. Jodie Foster is hysterical as always.

"First you ask if you can be red, knowing that I'm always red."

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Oh dear........ I first saw this when I was 8 and loved it: I only got to see films in the school holidays, so it was a treat anyway, but instantly I wanted to be Casey (or Jodie Foster - who knows?!) and spent a happy couple of weeks searching for treasure! So, that makes me 37 (gulp) and I still love it, though I haven't seen it for years...... wish I was still 8 and hunting for treasure in my Nan's attic.........

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25. It was my favourite growing up. I even had a babydoll named Casey.

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I'm 15. I first saw it in fourth grade and I loved it. I always thought the fight scene between her and the other kids was hilarious! I couldn't remember what the movie was called, only certain scenes from it and that I had really enjoyed it. Then, a few months ago, I happened to turn on the old Freaky Friday with Jodie Foster and I was like "Hey! That looks just like the girl who played in that movie I like but can't remember!" So I searched under Jodie Foster and found this movie again. I've looked on Blockbuster.com and there are only two stores out of twelve in my area that carry it. I think I'll ask my mom go pick it up so I can watch it this week, since I'll be out of commission because I'm having surgery, which you probably didn't really care to know and if you've read this far, you have an extraordinary amount of patience and I'm going to end this sentence now as it has become a run-on.

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Lol. (i did read the whole thing) I hate it when you remember a good movie from a long time ago and can't remember the name of it! There are still a few movies i remember but can't place.

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I'm 38 and saw this movie when it came out. I've always wanted the house, lol. Also had a lifelong crush on Jodie Foster.

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Ground up and in the freezer

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lol. did the movie come out in the theaters? and was it a huge movie then?

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26
one of my all time favourite films.

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21. One of the best movies.

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I'm 32, saw the movie for the first time in 20 years today. It's amazing how much of the movie you remember once you see it again. A wonderful film with a superb cast!

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im 17 but first saw it when I was 11, and have loved it since then.

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I'm 21, but I saw this film on tv when I was 12 or 13. :)


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Yes, I know. I like it that way. Makes me look the way I feel.

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My brothers and I always loved this film when we were little, our ages are 22, 24, 26.

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I'm 42. I was 11 years old when I first saw this movie in a theatre on its original UK release I think around March or April 1978. The movie did okay business considering it was up against the original release of Star Wars, which came out in the UK in January of 1978. That was the real crowd-pleaser then with queues round the block. I remember nearly missing the movie because I was in the Star Wars line by mistake... and Jodie Foster still holds a strange fascination after all these years. Recently saw her in Flight Plan and she is a great movie star.

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I'm 63 and I'm seeing this movie for the first time today! I think it's fun and great for a younger audience. Jodie Foster was a bit too hard edged in her performance I think. As we now know, a bit too butch!

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I will be 40 this year. I remember seeing it as a kid, not sure how old I was. I saw it today on TMC and loved it all over again.

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saw this when i was prolly 6, im 22 now and just bought the vhs again today!

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I'm 21 but I first watched it when I was about six or seven.

Insolent piece of crockery!

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I'm 34. I loved this movie as a kid. Haven't seen it in years. It's up there with Condorman, Watcher in the Woods and the Escape to Witch Mountain movies.

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I'm 35, loved it to bits.


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if a woodchuck would chuck wood?

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I'm 37 and remember seeing it at a drive-in (God I'm old) when it first came out.

NOW a warning?!?

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I'm 43

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I'm 35 and I've loved it since I saw it in the cinema in '77.

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