I know this is a crazy topic, but I feel the need to see if there are others out there like me. I finally watched "Willow" tonight on DVD. I hadn't watched it since I saw it in theaters (3 times?) when I was ten years old. I've owned the DVD since release day last year, but I've never been able to bring myself to watch it. For some reason, I was waiting for the right moment. Perhaps I was afraid of getting let down. Back in the day, I would play the soundtrack to Willow (on LP) over and over and over. I remember getting the soundtrack for my 10th birthday and feeling like it was the best present I had ever received. I remember reading the special "Willow" magazine with behind the scenes articles that summer. I guess, given that I was the right age at the time, Willow was my "Star Wars" as a kid. After watching the movie, I couldn't help but get depressed. Sure, the movie wasn't as good as I remembered, but it was still fun. There were jokes that I had forgotten, and the special effects (though dated) held up in a believable way. I remember having the BIGGEST crush on Joanne Whalley (who played Sorsha) when I was a kid. It kind of depressed me when I went to IMDB and realized that Sorsha (forever 23 in my mind) is now a less than attractive 40 year old woman. I was also depressed in a few ways because it made me long for the days when I was ten and had no cares in the world. I guess watching the movie really brought back lots of memories and made me realize how fast life really goes. I'm 25 now (and I know that I am still a kid in the big scheme of things), but for some reason, watching this movie has really put me in my place. Has anyone else ever experienced a similar situation?