Among my least favorite films are SHINING THROUGH and I AM SAM.
My least favorite movie experiences usually involve somebody talking. What's that Darren Aronofsky film with the tree? I forget, but I do remember two old people sitting behind me and when the tree in the bubble shows up, one turns to the other and says "That's a tree." It was kind of like that through the whole film. Stating the obvious drives me up the wall.
Also, after I had my first kid I probably didn't see a movie for six months, then when I finally went to the theater with my wife, the sound went out for ten minutes in the middle of the movie and they stopped the film, but didn't rewind.
I am Sam? Are you reffering to the one with Sean Penn playing a mentally retarded man? How can anyone not like that movie?
Although I do agree on that "tree movie" by Darren Aronofsky
My least favorite movie is Paranormal Activity. It has the two of the most unlikeable and unrelatable main characters in cinematic history as well as being boring despite being hyped as a scary movie.
My least favorite movie experience was when I went to see the first Chronicles of Narnia film way back when, the speakers at the theater were giving this awful static feedback that made me feel like my ears would start bleeding.
I would have to say that the 2 movies I hate the most are both due to my sister. While growing up we were all allotted TV time (as there were four of us and only one TV), everyone could watch, but we took turns at who could chose what to watch. My sister would watch one of two movies EVERY TIME. It was either Dirty Dancing, or Grease.
My brothers and I would watch all sorts of different things, most of which we all enjoyed. When it was my sister's turn, it was HER living room, because we were out the door. (And don't forget that we were all subjected to the sound tracks to the above stated movies which was blared at full volume from my sisters room)
Personally, I love Disney movies and there could never be a bad Disney movie. Disney movies are my favorite. As for the least favorite, anything with hard-core violence or explicit sexual content. No specific movie on the least favorite list, just in general, all movies that have these characteristics belong on my least favorite list. I guess I am a bit conservative.
I think I would have to disagree with the Disney comment pimardie. Have you seen the new Tron Legacy? That may have been one of the worst movies I've ever seen.
Thank you for sharing, mcrawford76. I will definitely check it out. Do you recall the year?
Not to mention all of those horrendous Tim Conway/Don Knotts movies from the 70's.
Worst experience ever was when my daughter and I went to see Seven Pounds. The theater was packed and we had to sit in the back. Ended up having to move to the wall seats when this large woman came in and sat on my leg after the movie started with her 2 under the age of seven children in tow. The kids clearly did not understand the movie because they kept asking why this and why that throughout the whole thing.
Favorite movie anything with Johnny Depp, lol.
On a date abt 12yrs ago with a much younger woman and I dared to let her pick the movie. Boys and Girls w/ the devil himself Freddie Prinze Jr. wasnt as horrifying as the Kardashian sisters, but close enough.
Also, take the best 30 seconds from Cruel Intentions 3 and it becomes even worse than Cruel Intentions 1. No small feat, there.
I am not much of a fan of horror movies, they give me the creeps which I guess is the whole point.
Me too if see horror movies, I can`t watch it alone
that`s pretty much the only genre I don`t follow
Please don't give up on horror movies, ladies! For some guys, one of the only things that gives them a boost of much needed confidence is the ability to protect otherwise brave, strong women from things like horror movies. Things that can't really hurt you ladies but you are somehow afraid of anyway. Besides, we all think it's reallllly hot that women are afraid of horror movies.
Really,? that must be why my boyfriend wants to come over and watch DVDs, so I can cling to him the whole time. The secret is out. LOL
The only way I`m watching a horror movie is if I have a hot guy to cling to
My worst movie experience was probably when I got conned into going to see the movie "Bewitched" with a girlfriend and her friend and we showed up just when the preview were supposed to be starting, but all of the lights were still on. They delayed the opening night showing (at 8pm mind you) because there were only twelve total people in the whole theatre. So they started 30min later than they were supposed to after only two others showed up. And to top it off, that was one of the worst movies I've ever seen in my lifetime.
As a Tina Turner fan, I went to see the movie 'What's Love Got To Do With It', but went into the wrong theater and ended up seeing 'Jurasic Park', which was a big disappointment for me.
It has to be a French film called rendezvous D'Anna. The first hour of the film consisted of her getting on and off the metro to make a phone call. The calls were never answered. I left the cinema early that night. Never did find out if her call was ever answered.
I hated Machete.
I love Robert Rodriguez.
I loved Grindhouse.
I love Danny Trejo and most of the rest of the cast.
But I hated this movie.
o come on how can you not like her cell phone hiding place lol
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