Thread: I Want My Money Back!!!!!

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    • 11 years 10 months ago
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    I WANT MY MONEY BACK WHEN I SAW GARBAGE PAIL KIDS AT THE MOVIES! At least my parents need there money back that movie was trash.
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    I watch movies online, that way I don't have to ask for my money back.
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    Quote by myles
    I watch movies online, that way I don't have to ask for my money back.


    Just your time?
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    Quote by DebrisStorm
    Just your time?

    Just my time.
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    Quote by myles
    Quote by DebrisStorm
    Just your time?

    Just my time.


    I think thats worse. At least you can get your money back. You can't get your time back.
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    Quote by DebrisStorm
    I think thats worse. At least you can get your money back. You can't get your time back.

    Damn it, that's true. I just don't feel like spending my money, is all.
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    Quote by TMNT
    Quote by Dave_Lino
    I don't go to theaters ever. I don't feel like spending $10.75 for a ticket.


    Well that how much your Tickets are at theater? It only 7 dollars at are place.


    It's $11.50 where I live.
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    There's a Cinemark theatre near me where the matinee tickets are $3.50 and the evening shows are $5.50.
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    I cant believe me and my fiance' went to see that retarded Harold and Kumar movie for $9.50 a person. I wish we could have gotten a refund.
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    xXx with Vin Diesel.
    Worst piece of shit I ever paid to see.
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    I'm not much of a movie-goer. Lately, there haven't been any movies that's interested me enough to want to go see in theatres, 'cept for the recent Indiana Jones film I still never managed to see and the film starring Jet Li and Jackie Chan, which I also missed out on seeing.

    That aside, the only movies I can think of where I felt like screaming, "I want my money back" are Mortal Kombat Annihilation and The Blair Witch Project.

    Mortal Kombat Annihilation was a terrible sequel. I had high hopes for it too after the first one, which I thoroughly enjoyed.

    The Blair Witch Project wasn't scary...it was extremely dull and boring to me. Me and three of my younger cousins went to the movies. The youngest of us (10 at the time) decided to go watch Inspector Gadget, the rest of us (I was still 17, the other two 15 and 13) saw The Blair Witch Project, and they felt the same as I did. We even started tossing popcorn around we were so bored. Immature, I know, but meh.

    At the end of the movie when we went to look for the youngest of us (he's brother's with the then 13 year old), and we all agreed, despite what it was, we should've watched Inspector Gadget.
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    Two words: SPEED RACER
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    Quote by AndyL
    Two words: SPEED RACER
    Two words: HELL YES
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    Quote by SSJ_Jup81
    I'm not much of a movie-goer. Lately, there haven't been any movies that's interested me enough to want to go see in theatres, 'cept for the recent Indiana Jones film I still never managed to see and the film starring Jet Li and Jackie Chan, which I also missed out on seeing.

    That aside, the only movies I can think of where I felt like screaming, "I want my money back" are Mortal Kombat Annihilation and The Blair Witch Project.

    Mortal Kombat Annihilation was a terrible sequel. I had high hopes for it too after the first one, which I thoroughly enjoyed.

    The Blair Witch Project wasn't scary...it was extremely dull and boring to me. Me and three of my younger cousins went to the movies. The youngest of us (10 at the time) decided to go watch Inspector Gadget, the rest of us (I was still 17, the other two 15 and 13) saw The Blair Witch Project, and they felt the same as I did. We even started tossing popcorn around we were so bored. Immature, I know, but meh.

    At the end of the movie when we went to look for the youngest of us (he's brother's with the then 13 year old), and we all agreed, despite what it was, we should've watched Inspector Gadget.


    Really? You didn't like it? I did, I never saw it in theaters though. I agree it wasn't scary, but I thought the camera style was unique at the time and the whole thought of "Is this real?" made the movie cool.
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    Quote by NickRules
    Quote by SSJ_Jup81
    I'm not much of a movie-goer. Lately, there haven't been any movies that's interested me enough to want to go see in theatres, 'cept for the recent Indiana Jones film I still never managed to see and the film starring Jet Li and Jackie Chan, which I also missed out on seeing.

    That aside, the only movies I can think of where I felt like screaming, "I want my money back" are Mortal Kombat Annihilation and The Blair Witch Project.

    Mortal Kombat Annihilation was a terrible sequel. I had high hopes for it too after the first one, which I thoroughly enjoyed.

    The Blair Witch Project wasn't scary...it was extremely dull and boring to me. Me and three of my younger cousins went to the movies. The youngest of us (10 at the time) decided to go watch Inspector Gadget, the rest of us (I was still 17, the other two 15 and 13) saw The Blair Witch Project, and they felt the same as I did. We even started tossing popcorn around we were so bored. Immature, I know, but meh.

    At the end of the movie when we went to look for the youngest of us (he's brother's with the then 13 year old), and we all agreed, despite what it was, we should've watched Inspector Gadget.


    Really? You didn't like it? I did, I never saw it in theaters though. I agree it wasn't scary, but I thought the camera style was unique at the time and the whole thought of "Is this real?" made the movie cool.


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    I saw Transformers on DVD. I hated it. (The new one, not the 80"s one.)
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    kool, i'v got the new one on dvd
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