6 Kids' Movies That Adulthood Has Totally Ruined For Me
Growing up we learn a lot of things, most of which make our lives easier. We learn there are no such things as monsters living under our beds, that bad dreams can't hurt us, and that mixing pop rocks and soda is a terrible idea. But with this newfound and hard-earned knowledge comes an inevitable demystifying of the world. Magic is all slight of hand, there are no pots of gold at the ends of rainbows, and the tooth fairy was really just our parents raiding the sofa for loose change in the middle of the night. We start to see the world differently, and sometimes that means we lose a little something of our childhood, our innocence.
I've noticed this effect particularly in the movies I used to love as a child but have now been ruined by the Pandora's box of experience that comes along with growing up. Here are just six examples of beloved movies adulthood has completely ruined for me.