I'm talking about movies you were shown (i.e., by a parent or sibling) when you were too young to choose what movie to watch. These aren't necessarily the most nostalgic movies for me, but they're some of my earliest memories that had the biggest impact on me at the time. 1. King Kong (1933): I never saw this movie in theaters, but my dad had this on beta max when I was a kid. I used to watch this movie over and over and over again after my dad first showed it to me. 2. Modern Times (1936): I have MANY memories of watching Chaplin movies as a kid. My dad owned just about all of them on beta max. Chaplin may have been a pinko commie child molester, but he made some very memorable movies. My favorite of his movies is definitely Modern Times, and it had the biggest impact on me as a kid. 3. E.T. (1982): According to my parents, this is the first movie they took me to as a kid. While I have many memories watching this on video, I don't remember seeing this in theaters. According to my parents, the movie had such an impact on me that I said "goodbye E.T." as we walked out of the theater or something. 4. Snow White (1937): This may be a false memory, but I have this memory of seeing this on a school field trip as a kid. Obviously, I wasn't alive when it first came out, so it must've been a theater re-release or something if it did happen. 5. Mysterious Island (1961): I think we had a VHS copy of this movie. I used to watch it over and over and over again. It remains one of my all time favorite movies from when I was a kid.