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But I was mighty close with 'Love actually' and 'The Waterboy'.
i don't think you can fairly make a judgement on a film without seeing it to the end.
although 15 minutes into "Churchill: The Hollywood Years" the only thing stopping me leaving was the fact I was at the end of a row and would have caused a scene if I'd tried to get out. I considered doing it anyway, but it was a press screening and I didn't fancy getting put on some kind of No Freebies blacklist
how can you not find it funny?
because it was the first time she'd got into an 18 and was excited.
As soon as I realised it wasn't an imaginative Danny Boyle film but a consistently negative American action film, I felt pretty insulted and needed to leave. The point where he's doing the eye-pressing thing 'from the first one!' on his wife just made me wonder what else I could be doing with my time.
I left Bruce Almighty.
Apologies to those that find Jim Carey funny.
I left Toy Story 2 early but not really due to the film, my friends were drunk and one of them puked (albeit in the toilet but he stunk when he came back), which is a wonderful experience for the sober driver during a packed matinee performance.
not for that.
the poor things.
But I did get out of my seat with the intention of leaving during the Happening. Specifically, the slow motion "NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!"
But I realised if I left I wouldn't get the pleasure of ragging on it for the rest of time
i recorded that
never got round to watching it.
because i was so drunk that i couldn't focus on the devil sex.
with live interviews with Ken Foree and Joe Pilato.
But I think my brother might be visiting :(
maybe not claudia though.
I'll come though robyn! :D beer! zombies! yeah!
came veh close with "Be Kind, Rewind"
Awful, awful film.
It was my last-minute choice too, because she "wasn't bothered, honestly." <- This means she wanted to watch ANYTHING else, apparently.
In fact check out my scatching review on www.rambohatespiracy.wordpress.com
It's really behind
i've never really been to see a film at the cinema that was absolutely and completely crap though. if i'd been to see Garden State at the cinema i might have walked out.
But I had to leave the cinema during Kill Bill Vol.1 because my friend passed out during the scene where The Bride is in a coma and is about to be injected by Elle Driver with a syringe. He almost swallowed his own tongue!
My mate walked out of Long Time Dead though (low-budget Ouija board horror with some herbert from Eastenders).
Though I rented Open Water and that was so bad I walked out of my own living room
thought that was ok really. Not the one where they end up eaten by sharks if thats what you meant
is the worst film i have ever seen
'BLAIR WITCH MEETS JAWS'
The two decide to make a shit film that is nothing like their encounter.
Really really bad.
i even sat through Catwoman. CATWOMAN. i was drunk and kept shouting abuse at the screen. i am not proud of this behavior, but... CATWOMAN :|
if i didn't fall asleep for the duration
Just poke general in their direction, use lots of words garnered from an online thesaurus and got Keanu to say things slowly so it sounded deep. I was hoping for loads of complicated theories, ideas, chaos theory, anomalies in the system etc storylines spilling out.
But we got a big robot fight and a stale replication of The New Testament.
what a pile of shit
Worst. Sequel. Ever.
why do the people she's attempting to fool not then go "and is that George Clooney? And is that Matt Damon?"
(Because it's not in the script, I know)
Why walk out ''out of principal''??
if i were to wealk out it would be because you only have a limited number of hours to love so why woudl you waste two of them watching a film if you hate it/it's boring you to death?
I did walk out of Sgt. Bilko starring Steve Martin. My mum and I made a joint decision. If a film cant even remotely make you laugh when you're 10 years old you're in trouble.
And I walked out of Entrapment, only to go back in ten minutes later because I felt bad about having spent money on it.
And...and..and I should have walked out of Tropic Thunder, which must be one of the least amusing films of all time. Literally ALL the laughs were in the trailer.
i once saw someone walk out after only ten minutes of Inland Empire. Hats off, my lynch.
I don't go to watch bad films at the cinema.
starring sisqo. Left after the opening credits. I was only in there as we had originally gone to see American Beauty, but that had sold out, so had to go for a 'second choice'. But we let girls make that choice. Bad idea.
years ago i wanted to leave during horse whisperer but my mum wouldn't let me.
my friends refused to leave with me so i went to the pub on my own instead.
I had a weed muffin before going to watch this. By the time it kicked in, all the themes of death and shit had kicked in. Had no choice but to leave.
came in and said she was ringing the police after we'd all thrown sweets at each other across the cinema and told each other to shutup continuously.
it bored me, which then made me feel angry. it was kind of like being subjected to a big screen version of peaches geldolf's gcse drama project.
weird, cos i liked virgin suicides a lot (but it was based on an awesome novel)
that, and probably 'click' the adam sandler film which starred david hasselhoff as a REAL character and not a joke character
I really really wanted to walk out of The Orphanage, but didn't want to look a pussy.
When someone walked out of Anti-Christ, everyone in the cinema started laughing at them.
i just wanted to walk out, but couldn't bring myself to.
no, i haven't seen white chicks. I've joined an arty film shop and genuinely sadly don't think they'd have white chicks. every time i go there, they have a small tray of films they're selling for £10 for 3. Anything with '2' and 'chicks' in the title is in there. if it's on tv, let me know.
the last films i've seen are 'the sun's burial', 'mala noche', 'la promesse', and 'metropolitan' (i think you'd like 'metropolitan', if you haven't seen it already)
I dunno, they might have it, but i'm sure as hell not asking.
it's the only place where a hot young american guy in a screamo t-shirt can recommend you an oshima film.
but perhaps sight & sound and your typical film aficionado still have to catch up. y'know, it took about forty odd years before citizen kane's genius was recognised.
i'm sure it genuinely is one of your favourite films from what you say. you protest too much, dude!
so much so that the person who made me go, is no longer on my xmas card list
nearly last night.
if only there wasnt such a pretty girl next to me.
glad i stayed though. she left her jacket behind.
so i got to run after her.
and give her
the jacket back.
White Noise was so funny and shit, I thought it was a comedy so stuck it out. It was the worst film I had ever seen until recently. That new champion is The Ugly Truth. It was a date and I paid so I had to sit through it. That blonde in it, forgotten her name, she his the worst woman on this earth.
But only because I'd paid to see Mesrine: Public Enemy #1 and they'd printed the wrong screen on the ticket. I quite enjoyed the angry mutterings and stares of disbelief as I stormed out less than 30 seconds into the film though. In retrospect I should have shouted "WORST. OPENING. SHOT. EVER." on my way out.
with a few others seemingly following our lead, felt like Moses.
I was only 12 but still stand by the view that the film is toilet.
Also a French film that I saw a few years ago that was so incredibly boring I've forgotten the name of it.
was Oceans Eleven. It was cripplingly boring and eye-wateringly smug. I couldn't stand it anymore. I feared I was going to start punching my nearest fellow viewers in blind anger. It was best for everyone that I left.
did go and see it with a couple of pals when bunking of school just felt wrong sitting surrounded by happy couples who seemed to enjoy it must have gave it about 30 minutes
but then I research most films before going to see them to make sure I won't hate it.
Fell asleep during 'Wanted', and also the second Matrix film.
Best walk-out I've seen was during Sweeney Todd. This huge, heavily tribal-tattooed, musclebound guy and his busty blonde scantily-clad girlfriend sat down a couple of rows in front of us.. I immediately wondered whether they knew that it was a musical, as the trailer hadn't made it clear.
A couple of minutes in, Johnny Depp starts singing, the two of them look at each other in disbelief, the guy mutters something menacing to his young lady friend, and storms out (closely followed by her, tottering along in her clear plastic high heels).
but only because I'd actually intended to go and watch Juno, but the chap selling me tickets must have misheard me. I didn't check the tickets once, unbelievably - just wandered absently up the stairs, went to the screen the ticket-checking man told me to go to, and sat through loads of action-film trailers thinking 'this is a bit odd'. Especially since we'd got there late and the film was supposed to have started ages ago. Only the BBFC certificate alerted me to my error, by which point we'd missed half of Juno. Didn't miss much though, really.
for managing to walk into a film even worse than Juno.
cinema's too expensive and i'm too tight. But i've come close:
Be Cool - the Get Shorty sequel, I would have left but I was with a mate and he was giving me a lift home.
The Matrix 2
so just Jackie Chan films really