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    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer View Post
    Funny -- That's the only movie I've ever walked out of, when a friend was showing it.
    If you said you saw it in the theatre, I'd laugh at you.

    Call me a masochist, but I have actually never walked out of a movie, no matter how horrid.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Ü View Post
    If you said you saw it in the theatre, I'd laugh at you.
    No, I'm too cheap to walk out of a movie I paid for.

    Call me a masochist, but I have actually never walked out of a movie, no matter how horrid.
    Well, like I said, that was the only one.

    ... although I did turn off Watchmen after 20 minutes because I was bored to tears. And maybe one or two others movies. I just can't remember what they were. Typically I struggle through, even with the not-so-hot ones. I even made it the whole way through Case 39 with Renee Zellweger -- at least it was amusing.
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    Bridesmaids. Prob not even worth the dollar. Or the time.

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    Why, why did I watch Looking for Comedy in the Muslim World?!

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    Suckerpunch and Green Hornet. A friend dragged me to the theatre to see these, I'd have felt better if only $1 was wasted on each.

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    If they cut Seth Rogen's excessive pointless dialogue (or simply just fired him as a screenwriter) and put in more car chases, The Green Hornet would've been good instead of just so-so. But the car chase it did have was pretty fun. Maybe if there's a sequel, it'll be better. Though more likely, it'll be a reboot.

    Sucker Punch was just terrible. And I have a hunch that the R-rated version still doesn't show the blond chick dancing. But I do give it credit for not being in 3D.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Ü View Post
    If they cut Seth Rogen's excessive pointless dialogue (or simply just fired him as a screenwriter) and put in more car chases, The Green Hornet would've been good instead of just so-so. But the car chase it did have was pretty fun. Maybe if there's a sequel, it'll be better. Though more likely, it'll be a reboot.

    Sucker Punch was just terrible. And I have a hunch that the R-rated version still doesn't show the blond chick dancing. But I do give it credit for not being in 3D.
    Agreed w/ Green Hornet. Sucker Punch was bad.. but the effects were interesting. The thing that mostly got me to cough up money is that I wanted to see what Gondry was going to do with an action movie. I guess I got my answer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Viridian View Post
    Why, why did I watch Looking for Comedy in the Muslim World?!
    Because it's funny!
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Ü View Post
    If you said you saw it in the theatre, I'd laugh at you.

    Call me a masochist, but I have actually never walked out of a movie, no matter how horrid.
    the only two times i ever wanted to: RENT and Hostel 2.

    some friends took me out for hostel 2. i never saw the first one or knew anything about it. i was never more furious during a movie.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Qlip View Post
    Suckerpunch and Green Hornet. A friend dragged me to the theatre to see these, I'd have felt better if only $1 was wasted on each.
    Quote Originally Posted by The Ü View Post
    Sucker Punch was just terrible. And I have a hunch that the R-rated version still doesn't show the blond chick dancing. But I do give it credit for not being in 3D.
    I almost absolutely love Suckerpunch. The only thing that got me was some badly executed fights, especially specific movements in them. But I love the story and idea of a delusional and traumatized mind looking for an escape, conjuring up the means to do so through hallucinations in order to gain the mindset to accomplish the goals that need to be accomplished. I thought the plot itself was extremely well executed. One of a kind and one of my most favorite movies. If the fights were done better it might have even been in my top 5.
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