Things about Labyrinth you only notice as an adult
Few movies can compare to the brilliant artistry and creativity of Labyrinth (1986), a dark fantasy populated by quirky goblins, strange creatures, and a king who inspired non-PG thoughts in many admiring viewers. It starred a teenage Jennifer Connelly in the lead role of Sarah and featured David Bowie as Jareth the goblin king, who also wrote and recorded the soundtrack for the film.
With Jim Henson at the helm accompanied by screenwriter Terry Jones, producer George Lucas, and designer Brian Froud, Labyrinth was destined to be a cult classic, even though its initial box office reception was lackluster. And despite being billed as a movie for younger viewers, it's beloved by many adults even today. But if you haven't watched it lately, here are some of the things you might catch upon a repeat viewing as an adult.