Los Angeles - Angelina Jolie "threw up" after watching the first movie she starred in.The 38-year-old actress was cast in 1993's Cyborg 2 as Casella 'Cash' Reese, who is a cyborg developed for corporate espionage and assassination, and admits she "got really sick" watching the movie and had to be comforted by her brother.She told Buzzfeed.com: "Oh, I threw up. I did. I saw it and I threw up. Just nausea ... But I was 17 and I think I thought I was making a real movie, which is odd, since there's a scene when I'm decapitated and talking - as one does. But, yeah, I saw it and got really sick. I just remember my brother Jamie holding me and saying, 'It's going to be all right.'"Meanwhile, the Maleficent star, who raises Maddox, 12, Pax, 10, Zahara, nine, Shiloh, seven, and five-year-old twins Knox and Vivienne with fiancé Brad Pitt, recently revealed she tries not to expose her children to films and TV shows with "drugs or nudity," as she doesn't want them to grow up too quickly.She said: "It's very hard because the parental controls are so extreme. You wish there was some magic parental control that could just give them enough of the stuff they're excited about and interested in. You know, some crazy skateboarding stunt accidents, and still not be getting access to certain kinds of other things, drugs or nudity. But (those videos) kind of end up in the same category." Watch the trailer here:
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