Thread: Movies you regret seeing

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    What are some movies that you regret seeing?
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      Bruno, had to shut it off.
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        I saw 8mm with Nicholas Cage on USA so it was heavily edited, but I still felt really troubled over that movie and just thinking about it disturbs me.
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            Two recent ones spring to mind:

            For Colored Girls-what a depressing, uninspired gloomy movie. Shame on you, Mr. Perry.
            Little Fockers-I got roped into seeing this because one of my friends was too chickenshit to see Black Swan.
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              Anything with Tom Cruise in it.
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                K Pax, what a big waste of 7 dollars
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                  Avatar. You know why.
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                    Nightmare On Elm Street
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                      Transformers 2
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                        Jimmy Hollywood. I had trouble sitting through that one because it was the first and only Joe Pesi movie that really stunk up his career.
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                          "Class of 1999 II: The Substitute".....Without a doubt, one of the worst films in existence.

                          Tragically, I can never unwatch it.
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                            Quote by princess_of_power
                            Two recent ones spring to mind:

                            For Colored Girls-what a depressing, uninspired gloomy movie. Shame on you, Mr. Perry.
                            Little Fockers-I got roped into seeing this because one of my friends was too chickenshit to see Black Swan.


                            I'll add two more:

                            Sucker Punch-it had loads of potential and a rather strong start but just ended up being a mess consisting of confusing fantasy/fight scenes, no-name villians and an unfulfilling ending.
                            Just Go with It-although I was told ad nauseam that it was "really funny", it was merely chuckle-worthy, and only sporadically. I place this in Adam Sandler's "Miss" pile.
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                              How can you regret seeing a movie? I mean, all it takes is renting it.

                              However I do regret not seeing some movies in a theater, as opposed to watching at home.
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                                i regret seeing arthur. the humor went from decent to dreadful, and the love story felt rushed
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                                  Good Luck Chuck...I almost walked out of the shit, if my friend wasn't with me I would of.
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                                    I have a saying about movies. The bad ones make the good ones seem even better. So, no, I don't regret seeing any movies.
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                                      Dinner for Schmucks, it was on HBO and I felt cheated lol.
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                                        The Village.
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                                          Quote by vkimo
                                          How can you regret seeing a movie? I mean, all it takes is renting it.

                                          However I do regret not seeing some movies in a theater, as opposed to watching at home.


                                          I understood this thread all wrong, thanks people for letting me know. :oops:
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