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    Bonfire of the Vanities - yep an old stinker .. it was horrible

    and I fell asleep during the last half?? of JFK
    We turned off the South Park movie it was way to lowbrow to even be mildly funny.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Duxxy
    Bonfire of the Vanities - yep an old stinker .. it was horrible

    and I fell asleep during the last half?? of JFK
    We turned off the South Park movie it was way to lowbrow to even be mildly funny.
    What? and miss the "Blame Canada" song?

    The Bonfire of the Vanities movie was a travesty. The book is a fabulous read, Dux, pick it up and try to forget the movie
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    Quote Originally Posted by HelloCity
    The most recent was Punch Drunk Love
    Gah! I despised that movie!!! By the way, I *also* hated Natural Born Killers and Eyes Wide Shut. And if you tell me its because I "didn't understand it" in a condescending tone, I'll beat you over the head with my Snocaps.
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    Oh, I'm sure you just didn't comprehend the complexity of those films. *sprints for the exit*
    When you're ten years old and a car drives by and splashes a puddle of water all over you, it's hard to decide if you should go to school like that or try to go home and change and probably be late. So while he was trying to decide, I drove by and splashed him again. - Jack Handey

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    *pelts Paulie with Snocaps*
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    I have turned several movies off at home, but the only one I ever walked out of was From Dusk til Dawn. My hubby walked out of the Crying Game (I still haven't seen it). Now that we have small children, we choose our movies VERY carefully as babysitters are expensive!

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    I loved From Dusk Til Dawn. George Clooney AND vampires.
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    I walked out of Beaches. *ducking tomatoes* I know, but I don't like Bette Midler so it seemed like the whole movie was "look at me, I have TALENT'. I didn't find out about the sad ending for something like ten years.

    I was stuck on a long flight watching some movie with Renee Zellweger and Ewan MacGregor singing that I would have walked out on, if it were possible. I liked Moulin Rouge, so I don't think it was their respective weak voices.
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    I walked out on "Misery" - not because it was bad, but because I was really stressed at the time and that movie is so intense. I have seen it since, and really liked it.

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    Walked out of The Fisher King and should have walked out of Rush, but stayed to the bitter, horrible end.

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