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Since a long time ago after its first-ever release, the movie has a great impact in almost every field of life’s stages including in the educational field. However, this phenomenon is usually neglected in the learning of English from young learners’ perspectives. Normally, people only took the traditional method or sources in English learning, nevertheless movies actually can be a method to develop and as well to improve listening skills which are known as a central skill of a foundation in learning English. This paper explores the experiences of young learners in using movies as a tool to develop one of the important main skills in English education, listening. The paper presents a narrative design as a research design. Two young learners have tested their listening skills through watching movies with and/or without subtitles for a month to know how far their listening skill’s developing and use the interview as instruments. The result of the paper proved that there are implications of young learners’ listening skills since the research was conducted.