[BlogEntry] Help! Movie Title Needed

For a presentation we're doing at work, I need the image of a mystery behind a door.  And the first thing that came to my mind is an old movie poster that shows this big dark, mysterious door, and there's light peeking out around all the edges from the other side.  Standing in front of the door is a little kid in his pajamas, like he's trying to decide whether to open it.

Anybody have any idea what I'm talking about?  My first thought was Poltergeist, and others have said that too, but I can't find this image associated with that movie.  That movie is famous for the girl sitting in front of the television screen.

Another thought was Close Encounters, where the door is open and the kid is watching the space ship land, but I don't think that's what I was thinking of.

Anybody know what I'm talking about?  It's killin me!

[BlogEntry] Last Day

It is fun communicating with someone so young that they don't really understand the rules of communication yet. My 3yr old's favorite expression lately is "last day". This is used as in "Today I would like cereal. Last day when I had the red chocolate berries I didn't like them."

It's just her generic for "previously." Like a cross between "last week" and "yesterday."

"Red chocolate berries", by the way, are raspberries. We recently had blackberries in the house, which somehow started being called "chocolate berries", and she liked them. This week we tried raspberries under the guise that they were "like chocolate berries, only red." Maybe not.