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    Quote Originally Posted by EJCC View Post
    No -- seems like the sort of movie I'd need to see with someone else. But every time someone's over and wants to watch something, we end up going in a different direction.
    I hope you see the rest of it some day. Ray kills the little boy very early on, and there's a lot more to the story.

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    I lasted through Superman 4: The Quest for Peace; I stayed until the end for Tom Hanks' "Nothing in Common", but I couldn't finish David Bowie's "The Man who Fell to Earth" on DVD. That might be the worst movie ever made.
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    Pitch Perfect. The sight of that movie makes me wanna gag.
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    I walked out of "Hobo with a Shotgun", but I guess I should have seen that one coming.

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    Endless love, The other woman, 17 again, any horrible romantic comedy

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    Quote Originally Posted by Forever_Jung View Post
    I walked out of "Hobo with a Shotgun", but I guess I should have seen that one coming.
    hahahhaha i've seen this film.
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    Star Wars- I cannot get past the first 20 minutes of the first one. I find it extremely dull. The bits and pieces I've seen of the other movies confirms it is cardboard acting and bad dialogue. I cannot watch one of those movies in full and have given up trying to do so.

    The Notebook - So schmaltzy. Makes me want to puke. I've never watched the whole thing. I have seen the end and hate it.

    Avatar - Massively boring to me & filled with way too many cliches & one-dimensional characters. After the first hour and a half, when I realized there was another hour and a half, I shut it off. I was starting to nod off at that point anyway.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer View Post
    I've never walked out of a theater
    I've walked out of a theater before.

    A friend of mine used to be obsessed with the Saw series. I particularly hate the "gore porn" genre of movies. Completely pointless and only there for the shock value. Back when I was really depressed I was friends with this certain person and absolutely abhorred the genre even more than I do now (I still think it's utter shit though for the record). He would go on and on and on about how they have such a great plot and how it's just "action". I was particularly sensitive to the really gory imagery back when I was really depressed. Anywho, after much pestering and leg pulling, I finally caved to go watch Saw 3.

    I lasted through the first scene, and made it into the second, and I left the theater to go see another movie. I was pretty angry at how it was exactly how I expected it to be, and knew I should have trusted my initial gut feeling. Saw some stupid Adam Sandler movie instead lol.

    Seriously, Saw could have been one movie and the plot would have been sound, rather than scattering it among a half dozen movies that exist only for sickos that love to watch other people suffer. It's just the epitome of horse shit, I could find something better about literally any other movie or movie series that would make me want to watch it over any Saw movie.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer View Post
    I've never walked out of a theater
    Are you implying life is a theater? :3

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    Meet the Spartans (so bad it whizzes past good and is firmly in the bad zone again)
    most Adam Sandler movies
    I almost fell asleep during The Notebook. I bet there are Hallmark Channel original movies better than this piece of cheese.
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    awful but fun / so bad they're good: Jawbreaker, Jennifer's Body

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    Quote Originally Posted by 93JC View Post
    D:

    Have you seen In Bruges in its entirety since?
    Yeah, I have, and I saw the movie very differently.
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