23 Movies Older Than Today's Year 7s
They were born into a world pre-loaded with Mean Girls quotes.
Kids who started secondary school this year were born in a world where Pixar had already released Finding Nemo.
And Monsters, Inc. was alreadyavailable on DVD.
Bruce Almighty is probably considered an "old movie" to them.
They never had to wait for the next film in The Lord of the Rings trilogy, because all the movies had already been released by the time they showed up.
The same goes for The Matrix trilogy – although that's probably a good thing.
Kids born in 2004 would have a tough job remembering 50 First Dates.
They were never let down by a Daredevil adaptation.
The Scary Movie franchise was already on its third movie.
And the entire Austin Powers trilogy had run its course.
They've never lived in a world without Captain Jack Sparrow from Pirates of the Caribbean.
Movie sequels were at their peaks, with movies like the brilliantly named 2 Fast 2 Furious pre-dating their arrive to Earth.
They were born after the Freaky Friday reboot starring Lindsay Lohan.
And never lived in a world without Mean Girls quotes.
Or lines from Anchorman.
Both of director Quentin Tarantino's Kill Bill movies had been released, with Kill Bill: Volume 2 debuting in the year of their birth.
None of them would have had the opportunity to watch Bend It Like Beckham in the cinema.
Or School of Rock.
Their idea of a classic Christmas movie is probably Elf.
In the romance category, Love Actually was already a favourite amongst movie fans.
They never knew Nicholas Hoult looking like this in About a Boy.
Competition to Pixar had already emerged in the animation game with films like Ice Age already in existence.
And the movie Shrek was already three years old.
And lastly, the Harry Potter franchise series was already on its third movie Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban.
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