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    Default Movies You Couldn't Stand To Watch From Start To Finish

    For me, I would have to say Biodome, any movie with the words "Addams Family" in the title, Batman & Robin, and Coyote Ugly.

    1. After about a half-hour through Biodome, I ejected the tape from the VCR and marched it right back to the video store like a mother grabbing a child by the ear for being a bad boy.

    2. The original Addams Family tv series was a hoot. I suppose if you haven't seen it, then the Addams Family movies wouldn't seem so bad. But in comparison to the original, they seem like a really bad Chinese knock-off.

    3. Batman & Robin, I lasted about 5 minutes, which is kind of like sleeping with a bad hooker. "I'm Batman." Really? I thought you were the Penguin!

    4. Coyote Ugly. Dancing women on the bar, lighting the bar on fire, wasting good liquor all over the place. I don't even know what the show is supposed to be about, the bar scene was so over-the-top that I couldn't bear to watch any more.
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    Might as well add Caddyshack 2 to the list. It wasn't even funny, just a lame attempt to cash in on the success of the first Caddyshack.
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    I tried to watch Transcendence the other week and made it about 30 minutes in and then turned it off...?
    I also turned off Transformers (Michael Bay) after the first 30 minutes.

    There are very few movies I feel compelled to not finish.
    Usually I screen my movies so well ahead of time that I just don't watch the ones I think I'll dislike.
    (For example, I never bothered with Coyote Ugly, Biodome, and Caddyshack 2.)
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    I've started and not finished a lot of movies, due to glorious Netflix.

    Walking out of a theater takes a new kind of effort. You have to not let the sunk cost of having driven there and paid for the ticket get to you.

    In theaters, we walked out on Rio 2. She loved the original, but this one was tedious and going nowhere. And a poison frog sang a song about how she wanted to fuck a crippled bird but she's poisonous and so she can't because if she touches him he'll die.
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    I walked out of the theater during I, Robot.

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    Just remembered another:
    I watched about twenty minutes of The Croods 3D at home, then turned it off.
    Boring as hell.
    Plus I didn't buy Nick Cage as the caveman dad.

    Quote Originally Posted by Jaguar View Post
    I walked out of the theater during I, Robot.
    HAHAHA! I never went.

    I've never walked out of a theater, but I did walk out of a group of friends watching "Surf Nazis Must Die!"
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer View Post
    HAHAHA! I never went.

    I've never walked out of a theater, but I did walk out of a group of friends watching "Surf Nazis Must Die!"
    Whoever created that movie title should die.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaguar View Post
    Whoever created that movie title should die.
    It was a weird movie and I walked out when randomly one of the characters bit another one on the cheek and ripped out a chunk of flesh, just for kicks.

    I can handle that in a zombie movie but not in a 'comedy' with tone issues.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaguar View Post
    I walked out of the theater during I, Robot.
    I, Robot would have been better if it had been made during the 1950s to 1960s. But why walk out on it? Did you have an emergency to take care of in the ER, Dr. Jaguar?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mal12345 View Post
    But why walk out on it? Did you have an emergency to take care of in the ER, Dr. Jaguar?
    It was boring.

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