Thread: Ever Walked Out On Movie?

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    • 5 years 6 months ago
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    I almost, but didn't quite, walk out on Jimmy Hollywood but at the time I almost wished that I had walked on it because I could hardly keep my head up.
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      • 5 years 6 months ago
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      I walked out on Hitch, but that was to go sneak into sin city. I wasn't quite old enough to buy R-rated ticket
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        • 5 years 6 months ago
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        I walked out of Herman VS Anthony Part 3.
        I just couldn't take it anymore.
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          • 5 years 6 months ago
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          Critters 3, it just wasn't realistic and Leonardo DiCaprio didn't bring it.
            • 5 years 6 months ago
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            Quote by Captain_Howdy
            Critters 3, it just wasn't realistic and Leonardo DiCaprio didn't bring it.


            Leonardo Difaggio was in a critters movie?? WTF?!? LOL!!!!
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              • 5 years 6 months ago
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              ...Leonardo Difaggio?
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                • 5 years 6 months ago
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                VHSer-speak.
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                  • 5 years 6 months ago
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                  Hmmm, I'd be suspicious aside from the fact he's not using the elegant "French spacing."
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                    • 5 years 11 days ago
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                    I walked out on one of the X-Men movies (Can't remember which one, tempted to say it was the 3rd one) not because it was bad, but because there was a fight outside and everyone got involved.

                    Also, I do remember people walking out of Bruno at the point where his dickhole spoke.
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                      • 5 years 11 days ago
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                      Meet Joe Black! What is worse than a slow paced boring ass movie? A slow paced boring ass movie that is almost 3 hours long. If you don't mind black and white classics stick with the original Death Takes A Holiday!
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                        • 5 years 11 days ago
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                        Yes once, but not because the movie was bad. I got sick from something I ate earlier.
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                          • 4 years 1 month ago
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                          I've never walked out of a theater because of a sucky movie, but I have stopped tapes/discs/streaming vids, or changed channels on some. In one case, I bought a "previously used" VHS tape, watched about 10 mins, scanned through most of the rest of the movie, then took it straight back to the store & demanded a refund. The movie in question was the atrocious "mazes & monsters". Another was the anime movie "only yesterday".
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                            • 3 years 10 months ago
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                            Due to my resistance of shitty movies from
                            watching bad films back in my childhood,I
                            always stay all the way through.

                            The only exceptions are leaving due to either
                            sickness,emergency calls,and technical
                            difficulties. The last one happed to my family
                            when we watched Indy 4.
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                              • 3 years 7 months ago
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                              I never walked out of a theatre except there was one time back in 1998 where i got scared of the lights going down at the AMC Theatre and we were about to watch Antz and I wanted to go outside with Mommy so we did. The only thing i remember was going to Barnes and Nobles and the boys got out of the movie early and I don't know why.
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                                • 3 years 1 month ago
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                                I've never walked out. When I was a kid, and more likely to see bad movies, I didn't want to waste money by walking out (even if I really wanted to). And, as an adult, I do a lot of research in advance. I also go to the theater less, because I watch a ton of movies at home with netflix and the library.

                                Movies I wanted to walk out of:
                                Street Fighter. Probably the worst movie I've ever seen in the theater. I remember the theater losing audience members by the minute, but I stuck to my guns and stayed.
                                Faces of Death 4. I went to a special viewing with my high school friends at the mall cinema out of a morbid curiosity. If you have any brains at all this movie will insult your intelligence, as a good 80% of it is fake. Yes, there are some gross scenes (like the cremation in the beginning), but so much of it is filled with badly acted re-enactments in which the camera conveniently misses the action. I remember turning and looking at my dull-witted friend as he got misty-eyed at the completely fabricated scene of a Vietnamese family slaughtering and eating a bunch of puppies in their kitchen (the audience is shown a litter of puppies, then an extreme close-up of fur being stabbed with a knife (accompanied by the sound of a puppy squealing off camera), and finally the family is shown eating some kind of mystery meat BBQ). I was so offended by how stupid this was, and then to see my idiot friend buying every minute of it! (I wanted to slap him upside the head!)
                                Robocop 3. Just a really bad movie in every way. It's funny how Nancy Allen's acting can vary so wildly from passible to bad depending on the talent of the director, because she is really bad in this movie. Also, the guy who replaces Peter Weller is pretty bad as well. You can also tell there was a serious reduction in budget compared to the first two movies, because the entire film looks like it was shot on a studio backlot. The story was cornball, there were few action scenes, and the film was rated PG-13. They were obviously trying to appeal to children by trying to make Robocop a superhero, but they failed to appeal to anyone. I stayed in the theater because I had nothing else to do.
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                                  • 3 years 1 month ago
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                                  Recently I almost walked out of Smurfs 2, but not because of the movie. The theater stunk like I don't know what! I complained at the front desk before the movie started and they came and cleaned a little. The only reason why I didn't leave was because I only had a small window of time to watch the movie with my kids, but I won't be going back to that theater anymore.
                                    • 3 years 1 month ago
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                                    Quote by bklynbren
                                    Recently I almost walked out of Smurfs 2, but not because of the movie. The theater stunk like I don't know what! I complained at the front desk before the movie started and they came and cleaned a little. The only reason why I didn't leave was because I only had a small window of time to watch the movie with my kids, but I won't be going back to that theater anymore.


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                                      • 3 years 24 days ago
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                                      Quote by Mezase
                                      ...Leonardo Difaggio?


                                      Am I in 7th grade again?

                                      I "walked out" early watching The Grudge 2 but couldn't actually leave because I drove my younger brother and his friends. Terrible, terrible mess of a movie.
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                                        • 3 years 24 days ago
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                                        Quote by Captain_Howdy
                                        Critters 3, it just wasn't realistic and Leonardo DiCaprio didn't bring it.


                                        Leonardo Difaggio was in a critters movie?? WTF?!? LOL!!!!


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