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    Last year I started a watching a string of awful movies as they were coming out. Quantum of Solace, Transporter 3, Punisher: War Zone, The Spirit and My Bloody Valentine 3D. It was a rough couple of trips to the theater the only reason I didn't walk out of The Spirit was because I was with a freind who somehow against all logic was enjoying the hell out of it.


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      I've never walked out on a movie so far, but I was seriously considering it when I saw Anger Management.
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        • 4 years 10 months ago
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        I walked out of Mean Girls. Had all the Lohan I could stand for a while.

        As for DVDs I've turned off, there are too many to mention. I don't mind dismissing a disc. A couple examples: "Sugar and Spice," "The Stupids," and "Batman and Robin."
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          voltron82 wrote:
          Napolean Dynamite.. the absolute worst movie i have ever seen next to House of 1000 Corpses


          Really there are far worst movies than those. Napolean Dynamite was OK, but I was high when I watched it though.
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            thabz wrote:
            Freddy Got Fingered (I still don't how it ended and I don't care)


            Me too. I made it to the deer roadkill scene and ejected the disc. Tom Green sucks.

            Siouxsie wrote:
            The Big Lebowski... Or rather I wish I had bleh!


            What the fuck? There is nothing bad about that movie. Not one thing.
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              bassman21 wrote:
              voltron82 wrote:
              Napolean Dynamite.. the absolute worst movie i have ever seen next to House of 1000 Corpses


              Really there are far worst movies than those. Napolean Dynamite was OK, but I was high when I watched it though.


              nope.. those are the worst movies ive seen.. Napolean Dynamite was a very shitty movie.. i was high and it was still a shitty movie
              "In heaven all the interesting people are missing."
              Friedrich Nietzsche
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                voltron82 wrote:
                bassman21 wrote:
                voltron82 wrote:
                Napolean Dynamite.. the absolute worst movie i have ever seen next to House of 1000 Corpses


                Really there are far worst movies than those. Napolean Dynamite was OK, but I was high when I watched it though.


                nope.. those are the worst movies ive seen.. Napolean Dynamite was a very shitty movie.. i was high and it was still a shitty movie


                I thought it was funny. Guess it requires a particular taste.
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                  im just not a fan of that guy.. his acting is awful.. every role he's had has been shite
                  "In heaven all the interesting people are missing."
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                    Siouxsie wrote:
                    The Big Lebowski... Or rather I wish I had bleh!


                    You just dropped a million cool points
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                      MattNash wrote:
                      Siouxsie wrote:
                      The Big Lebowski... Or rather I wish I had bleh!


                      You just dropped a million cool points


                      no shit!! how can you hate the Dude?? or any other Coen Brothers movie
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                        voltron82 wrote:
                        MattNash wrote:
                        Siouxsie wrote:
                        The Big Lebowski... Or rather I wish I had bleh!


                        You just dropped a million cool points


                        no shit!! how can you hate the Dude?? or any other Coen Brothers movie


                        I know! The dude was awesome! That whole movie was great.
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                          MattNash wrote:
                          voltron82 wrote:
                          MattNash wrote:
                          Siouxsie wrote:
                          The Big Lebowski... Or rather I wish I had bleh!


                          You just dropped a million cool points


                          no shit!! how can you hate the Dude?? or any other Coen Brothers movie


                          I know! The dude was awesome! That whole movie was great.


                          "Obviously, you're not a golfer..." haha, my favorite line

                          i miss my Creedence tapes too :lol:
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                            • 4 years 10 months ago
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                            I walked out on Joe vs the valcano
                            When life gives you lemons look for someone whose life gave them vodka and have a party
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                              I walked out of Ocean's 11 because it was so boring and a couple years later when DareDevil came out I walked out on that film becuase it was just too confusing. I didn't see this one in theaters but when I rented the "The Hulk", the first movie, I turned it off after only 20 minutes
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                                timbox129 wrote:
                                8 Years ago, when I was 10, I went to see Jurassic Park III at Hoyts Cinemas, but midway through the beginning of the movie (before we catch the dinosaurs, which includes Spinosaurus, a brief appearance of T-Rex, pterosaurs, and redesigned Velociraptors), the film print was damaged. So I, along with the audience, walked out on the already-damaged print of Jurassic Park III and saw Dr. Dolittle 2 instead.


                                How inconvient that was for your family.
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                                  The only movie I can think of that I walked out on was Cloverfield. I walked out because of motion sickness. I stepped out of the theater two times feeling queasy and then I just called home and was picked up. We were actually told by the manager that a girl collapsed one time during Cloverfield and an ambulance came.
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                                    Ahhh what's with all the pussies that couldn't handle Cloverfield.... :roll:

                                    The only one I really walked out of was You Don't Mess WIth The Zohan. But that's because I had to pick my sister up from somewhere and the movie lasted longer than I thought.

                                    IDK why I didn't walk out of Transformers 2 though...if there was any movie I'd walk out of if I could go back in time, it'd be that one.
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                                      I usually stick it out, but i have walked out on a couple over the years. The most recent was Mirrors, with Keifer Sutherland. What made me chuckle on the way out were these two tight little asians crying and cowering in fright during a "scary" scene.
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                                        My gf did at the "house of the dead" movie at the mall.

                                        She left me in the movie and went shopping. I barely made it through myself.
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                                          • 4 years 6 months ago
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                                          I have never left a movie theater while a movie was playing, but I did contemplate leaving at least two of them: Open Range (parents made me stay) and Epic Movie, which I could easily tell was almost over, so I decided to stay anyway.

                                          I have, however, quit watching movie rentals before they finished, such as Alone in the Dark, Superhero Movie, Catwoman, and The Arrival 2. There are more, but those are the ones that I can remember. I also almost took out Super Mario Bros., but my girlfriend wanted to see it the whole way through. Boy was that a torturous experience.
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