11-16-2004, 11:07 AM #181
I have never walked out of a movie either. I know what kinds of movies I like and just do not go to those that are not my style. I don't expect to learn anything from a movie or DVD. I just want to be entertained for a couple of hours.
11-16-2004, 11:09 AM #182
Walked out of the theater: Kingpin (bowling movie with that guy I can't stand), Eyes Wide Shut.
I rented the Mothman Prophesies one night when I was staying at my parents'. It was so bad, but dad and i couldn't stop watching... we had to know how they were going to end it.... I wish I didn't watch the end though. Bridges are panic spots for me as it is.... I didn't need to see my nightmare come to Technicolor.
Could does not mean should
12-07-2004, 03:05 AM #183
A friend recommended we rent "American Movie" and it was rednecks with mullets trying to make a horror movie - we kept waiting for something to be funny - horrid - didn't stay on long.
Another one that got turned off was Cabin Fever. It was NASTY and STUPID, so why bother.
I think the only time I walked out of a theater was "Heat". I hate action movies. I did fall asleep in Men in Black and Captain Ron (I was 11 - it looked good at the time).
Last edited by GeminiMoon42; 12-07-2004 at 03:09 AM.
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