If you have walked out of a movie theater during a movie, which movie was it, and why did you leave?
My friends and I walked out of Philidalphia...
The theater oversold the tickets and it was so packed there were people standing because there were not enough seats. It was uncomfortable to say the least.... We got our money back and returned another time to see it.
I have never left because the movie was bad. We always stick it out until the end and just laugh about what a dumb idea it was to chose that movie.
I have never walked out on one, but have been in theaters where other people have walked out. For example, there is a scene in Kill Bill where a girl is hiding under a bed and her mother gets killed on top of the bed above her. That particular scene is animated, not live action, but that didn't stop several people from walking out of the theater at that point.
I did once back in high school. I got drug to see Sleepless in Seattle by a lady friend. After I woke up near the end of the movie I left.
Definitely I have ... once because a Madonna movie(not Evita) was so incredibly bereft of any substance... and again when 13 Ghosts; which was more about gore than ghosts i was unhappy to find out once i'd already paid my money... I was a wee bit upset!!!
I've walked out from more movies then I can count, however that's because I use to be a movie usher & that was my job
Soul Surfer. We had free passes to an early screening. It was extremely dull, more of a lifetime movie. We all left halfway through. I really went to see Carrie Underwood in her first movie, she couldn't even make me stay.
I walked out of "Wild Hogs." I just found it incredibly stupid and I was bugged by the way the "real bikers" were such stereotypical mean morons. I guess it's not really my kind of movie anyway, I only went because I was waiting for my car to be worked on.
I have always stuck it out to the bitter end, even if the movie is awful, but I did leave early once. When my daughter was younger she did not like 3d movies and we went to see one and she freaked so we left. That is the only time.
I've never walked out of a movie but I would sleep on my seat instead, that happened when I watched a movie that I knew how the ending would be.
Narnia, voyage of prince caspian. My younger child said he wasn't afraid but proceeded to start crying and screaming uncontrollably. I had to take both my children home.
I didn't walk out but fell asleep in "Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End" because of how long and boring I found it. However that's my opinion, as I'm sure some people liked the movie. (I do love the first movie "Dead Man's Chest" though!)
If I hadn't been blocked in right at the side of an row up against the side wall I would have walked out of "Lord of the Rings". I am sure the lousy seat position is why I've ended up not liking the movie.
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for me it was highlander 4, th psycho remake, twilight, and avp2
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