Have you ever walked out of a movie?
What was the name of the movie? What about the movie was so bad that you had to walk out?
Oh, there was that one terrible movie with Bruce Willis...The Kid. Ugh, the plot and acting were horrible.
Yeah, The movie adaptation of "The Last Airbender". I am a fan of the animated series so I really expect a lot from it. The casting is bad. The portrayal of individual characters do not live up to the animated version. Aang is dark which is the total opposite of his character that is free-spirited and happy....Bad bad movie.
Never, but I've come close a few times. "Natural Born Killers" was one, "Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace" was another.
Yes. The movie was called "Hamburger". I only remember that it involved crude jokes set in a college specializing in making hamburgers. This is a classic "sunk cost" economic scenario ... I already paid for the ticket so that was a sunk cost, and was no reason to waste more of my time just to make it to the end of the movie.
I was working on a budget one summer, so me and my girl decided to do some movie hopping (8 dollars adds up) one day. We had it planned out in everything; first pay and see the movie we wanted to really see then check out some other films. Long story short, we found ourselves in Meet the Spartans, and like ten or fifteen minutes in, we walked out the movie, and just left the entire theatre, forgoing all our plans to spend the day watching (sneaking into) films. The film was that bad! Absolutely atrocious! I was mad for days, I swear. Ugggh!
Yes. I don't remember the names, but one had a lot of Chinese dialect and I think had something to do with a dragon and I think the other was about vampires.
Yes I did, but mainly because my partner could not stand the toilet humor in the movie. I followed him when he left to be respectful.
I did. To name one, "FIGHT CLUB." I just could not take too much violence from that movie.
Yes, like Jennzie, I don't remember the names. I guess they were to horrible to be worth remembering. All I remember is thinking they were a waste of good film.
I have never walked out of a film, but I came very close during "Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen." When a film completely lacks an engaging theme or character, I question whether or not watching it is a wise use of my time.
by optimus grimlock 11 years ago
for me it was highlander 4, th psycho remake, twilight, and avp2
by Daisy Mariposa 8 years ago
If you have walked out of a movie theater during a movie, which movie was it, and why did you leave?
by WaffleCheese 3 years ago
I don't know what it is . . . I usually find a movie that is recommended by a friend that will break me.I, to this day, cannot find a horror movie that actually makes me scared. I'm not even a jumper. I guess I'm just too good at knowing it is not real, which is why I tend to gravitate to the ones...
by geofferysmommy 9 years ago
I am trying to locate my husband who walked out on me over 4 1/2 years ago.I am trying to locate my estranged husband, but cannot get ahold of any of his siblings or his mother to try to find a way to get ahold of him. do you have any suggestions?
by Katee Shew 8 years ago
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