1) If I had seen it earlier, in my childhood, like I bet most people did, I think I would have liked it a lot more. The old special effects and bratty main character would have seemed more fun and less irritating.
|For an ugly worm, he was surprisingly cute. |
But not exactly a realistic-looking creature.
Looks kind of plastic-y.
Maybe his mother was a film canister.
|There's a certain focal point in this picture, |
and it doesn't count as a character...
|This point, of course, needs a picture to go along with it|
in order to make it seem even more interesting.
|As an added bonus, his man-parts aren't featured as prominently here.|
|The way the thumbs protrude enough to catch the light and make eyes?|
6) Overall, it was much more goofy and less dark than I expected it to be.
|I didn't know ahead of time that the movie even HAD puppets.|
Commenter Questions: Did Sara's brattiness drive you crazy when you first saw Labyrinth? Do David Bowie's prominent man-parts strike you more as sexy or trashy? What's your favorite part of the movie?
Also, I feel it important to mention that in City of Wonder, my parade has now changed again.
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