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BUTLER REDSFAN
02-08-2008, 11:22 PM
This is similar to the other movie thread but these are movies that for whatever the reason you just got up and left. Mine would be the 1st Pet Sematary movie back in the 80's. I don't remember the scene completely but it had the dead zombie child hiding under a bed then Fred Gwynne comes in the room and the kid starts slicing at Fred's ankles? Me and my wife just gave each other a look and without saying anything we both just got up and left....He may be a fantastic horror writer but Stephen King certainly has issues...

George Anderson
02-08-2008, 11:47 PM
Smokey and the Bandit 3.

Beside my brother and I there was like one other kid in the movie theater and he laughed histerically at the movie with the most irriatating laugh you can imagine. The thing was the movie was not funny in the least so we left like half way thru and played video games instead!!

dougdirt
02-09-2008, 12:03 AM
I have never left a theatre early and only one time have I ever sat down to watch a movie and turned it off because it was so bad.

Kung Pow.

Easily the worst movie I have ever had the displeasure of watching even 40 minutes of.

CrackerJack
02-09-2008, 01:18 AM
The Jerky Boys movie...at least the tickets were free

KronoRed
02-09-2008, 02:05 AM
If the tickets were free maybe, but I'm not walking out after paying 8 bucks.

Scary Movie 3 is the only film where I considered it

MrCinatit
02-09-2008, 02:12 AM
I have been extremely picky about movies I see in the theater since my near death experience in Fortress (near death in that I almost laughed myself to death at parts that were not supposed to be laughed at).
And, like doug, I have turned off movies - the last one was a feast of futility know as Date Movie. How Aaron Seltzer is still allowed to make movies amazes me. That his movies do very successful at the box office is an apt comment on the intelligence of today's movie goers.

BUTLER REDSFAN
02-09-2008, 02:15 AM
This technically wasn't a walk out but in Middletown there was a one-time popular theatre(the Colonial)that went out of business in the early 80's. Some1 bought it and reopened it briefly in the mid 80s but they mostly showed genre movies--for example one week it could've been showing different Star Treks then next week some of the Rocky movies..This weekend they were showing Bond movie..They were showing Octo*****---I was literally the only person that showed up..The one employee there said sorry can't show it for one person and gave me my $$ back..I left...

BUTLER REDSFAN
02-09-2008, 02:18 AM
??? THe system wont let me say the 1983 Roger Moore Bond movie that starts with Octo and ends with a nickname for a cat????

TeamCasey
02-09-2008, 05:54 AM
Spaceballs

GAC
02-09-2008, 06:34 AM
Spaceballs

I loved that movie. I guess we can throw that into the "man movie" category. ;)

Raisor
02-09-2008, 06:59 AM
A Cool World with Kim Bassinger and Brad Pitt.

Horrible horrible horrible

oneupper
02-09-2008, 07:07 AM
Bewitched. Well, I didn't walk out, but let's say that after a few minutes I wasn't really there anymorezzzzz.

LoganBuck
02-09-2008, 07:44 AM
Hope Floats, but because my girlfriend, now my wife, wanted to see it, I told her I went to the restroom. I did go to the restroom, but I just sat on a chair in the bathroom for about 20 minutes, then I went back in for the last five minutes. They were just as excruciating.

Redhook
02-09-2008, 08:39 AM
Don't laugh, but my wife and I went to see Legally Blonde 2. She loved the first one and I actually think it's pretty funny, but the 2nd one was awful. We left after 30 minutes. You know it's bad when a woman walks out of a chick flick movie.

The other movie is Ladykillers with Tom Hanks. Unfortunately, I didn't leave until near the end because I thought it would get better. It didn't. It got worse. Dreadful movie.

RichRed
02-09-2008, 09:15 AM
Almost walked out on Natural Born Killers.

*BaseClogger*
02-09-2008, 09:15 AM
I have never left a theatre early and only one time have I ever sat down to watch a movie and turned it off because it was so bad.

Me too, although Rush Hour 3 almost did it for me. When I rate movies on a scale of 0 to 10, Rush Hour 3 is the 0...


Kung Pow.

Easily the worst movie I have ever had the displeasure of watching even 40 minutes of.

Maybe because I was like 13, but I loved that movie :dunno:

SunDeck
02-09-2008, 09:19 AM
I was unable to bear the Unbearable Lightness of Being.

The Eurythmics did a concert vid back in the 80's that was truly awful. I was out of there in about ten minutes. But I don't know what I was expecting, really.

My wife and I walked out of Happy Feet. To this day I believe we are the only two people in the universe who thought it was a plotless waste of time. And the fact that our kids were completely bored with it said all we needed to hear.

Edskin
02-09-2008, 09:48 AM
Twice for me:

Powder

Big Bully

Why I went to see Big Bully still escapes me to this day.

acredsfan
02-09-2008, 10:09 AM
The Hills Have Eyes. I hated that movie.

I was really tempted during Eternal Sunshine of a Spotless Mind... that was terrible.

westofyou
02-09-2008, 10:13 AM
Porkys is the only movie I ever walked out on, I'll watch almost anything until the end... that was crap.

westofyou
02-09-2008, 10:14 AM
Almost walked out on Natural Born Killers.

My mom did... she said .. It was gross.. I said you read the title right?

Coffeybro
02-09-2008, 10:21 AM
Haven't walked out at the movies but i did stop watching Dudley Do Right. :confused: My wife had a thing for the Brandon Frasier movies. It stopped after 5 minutes into that one.

Ltlabner
02-09-2008, 10:37 AM
I've never walked out on a movie, but that's only because I don't go to many movies at the theater.

I did, however, come very close to walking out on The World is Not Enough. Absoutly dreadfull movie and on a scale of 0-10 (0 being The Man with the Golden Gun and 10 being Goldfinger) I'd rate it at about -6.

WVRed
02-09-2008, 10:45 AM
I've never walked out of a movie, but I had a teenage couple sitting in front of me walk out after the first 20 minutes of Saw IV.

When I was younger, my parents I thought were going to take me out from seeing South Park Bigger Longer and Uncut.

Falls City Beer
02-09-2008, 10:53 AM
I was really tempted during Eternal Sunshine of a Spotless Mind... that was terrible.

My wife and I walked out of that, too. Which is saying something because it had David Cross in it.

I can't stand movies that are that in love with themselves and their little clevernesses.

Just tell. a. damn. story.

Dom Heffner
02-09-2008, 11:08 AM
Porkys is the only movie I ever walked out on, I'll watch almost anything until the end... that was crap.


Porky's is sort of a B movie classic. It was great watching it not becuase it was great but because I wasn't allowed to watch it.

camisadelgolf
02-09-2008, 11:20 AM
Jurassic Park 3
Batman & Robin

. . . and I can come up with a million movies I couldn't watch more than five minutes of.

sonny
02-09-2008, 11:43 AM
Joe's Apartment. That was a giant bowl of elephant pee.

cincinnati chili
02-09-2008, 11:52 AM
Eternal Sunshine was in love with itself? I loved this movie. I think it might have jarred a lot of people that it was such an impossible concept played so earnestly. It worked for me, as I think it did for most people.

I have to say that I enjoyed Legally Blonde 2, at least as a mindless rental. Same with Spaceballs.

The closest I ever came to walking out was another Stephen King movie - Apt Pupil. In fact, after the movie might wife and I both admitted that we suffered through the whole second half of the movie because we thought the other wanted to continue watching.

Highlifeman21
02-09-2008, 12:07 PM
Eternal Sunshine was in love with itself? I loved this movie. I think it might have jarred a lot of people that it was such an impossible concept played so earnestly. It worked for me, as I think it did for most people.

I have to say that I enjoyed Legally Blonde 2, at least as a mindless rental. Same with Spaceballs.

The closest I ever came to walking out was another Stephen King movie - Apt Pupil. In fact, after the movie might wife and I both admitted that we suffered through the whole second half of the movie because we thought the other wanted to continue watching.

What didn't you like about Apt Pupil?

I thought it was definitely different, and I liked it.

SeeinRed
02-09-2008, 12:18 PM
I've never walked out of a movie, but I had a teenage couple sitting in front of me walk out after the first 20 minutes of Saw IV.

When I was younger, my parents I thought were going to take me out from seeing South Park Bigger Longer and Uncut.

I really enjoyed Saw IV actually. III I couldn't stand though. II is still my favorite. I haven't walked out on a movie yet. There have been some rough ones though. My GF is really into chick flicks. She always uses the classic line of "You picked the last one, so I pick this one." In my defense, The Simpsons movie was a no brainer, and I really enjoyed Stranger than Fiction. She still holds a grudge over those two for some reason. We saw Because I Said So..... because she said so ironically enough. I wanted to use the ICEE straw to take my eyes out. She loved it. Then there was PS I Love You. Now, I'm prepared to take a verbal beatdown from some of the fans on this one. Trust me, it can't be any worse than ever having to sit through that movie again. SAPPY, SAPPY, SAPPY! Then there was The Last Kiss. There I was hoping that it had some chance of at least a little comedy because I laugh at Scrubs occasionally. Lets just say I didn't sleep that night.... It is really hard to sleep when your mind is trying to come up with some logical reason as to why a movie was so terrible. Maybe I missed a meaningful sentence somewhere. Maybe I'm just not on the same intellectual level of the film maker. Eventually, you get through the denial. One day at a time.

My GF has a trick to get me to watch chick flicks on DVD too. She always says, "Its not that much of a chick flick. Its really funny. It says right here that it is a comedy." She fails to mention the "romantic" part before the word comedy. Gentlemen, the comedy part of romantic comedy is a ploy. It is an uneccesary word tacked on just to make it sound better. Romantic drama just doesn't appeal to most men. Or "Romantic super cheesy, hormone inducing, we try anything to make your GF/Wife cry and say "ahh," and this plot will not leave you guessing at one single moment in time because these movies are always the same" movie. I've been duped into watching suck classics as Message in a Bottle, or Hope Floats, or Pretty Woman, or Sweet Home Alabama, all by this same ploy. Its always me sitting there going "well, maybe it won't be too bad. There was a funny part in the previews." That funny scene in the previews, not so funny the second time around especially considering that it is the only funny part in the WHOLE. DARN. MOVIE.

What can you excpect to see in the exceptionally bad Chick Flicks? 1. Leading actor that your GF/Wife says, "I love his movies. He is such a good actor. I love him." 2. A really bad, really fake accent by one or more characters. Southern, Irish, or British are the popular ones. 3. A Death at the beginning of the movie is pretty common. 4. Predictable Plot leading to an "Unpredictable ending" which really isn't that unpredictable.

LoganBuck
02-09-2008, 01:06 PM
The last chick flick I enjoyed was "The Sweetest Thing". I have been known to watch revenge movies, I took my wife to see "Starship Troopers" as revenge for some crappy movie I had been forced to sit through. She still is mad about that one to this day.

George Anderson
02-09-2008, 01:29 PM
Bewitched. Well, I didn't walk out, but let's say that after a few minutes I wasn't really there anymorezzzzz.

Try being stuck on a airplane going over the Atlantic Ocean with that movie on!! :eek:

redsfanmia
02-09-2008, 01:44 PM
Man Trouble starring Ellen Barkin and Jack Nicholson and Nixon starring Sir Anthony Hopkins are the only two movies I have ever walked out of.

WVRed
02-09-2008, 03:14 PM
I think the last chick flick I watched was No Reservations with Catherine Zeta Jones and Aaron Eckhart(who is playing Harvey Dent in The Dark Knight). My now-ex girlfriend decided she wanted to see it.

I think she would have walked out on Across the Universe if I hadn't enjoyed it.

jmcclain19
02-09-2008, 04:03 PM
Sin City - what an steaming pile of dog poo (while still looking great) that movie is

cincinnati chili
02-09-2008, 05:00 PM
What didn't you like about Apt Pupil?

I thought it was definitely different, and I liked it.

First of all, I reject the whole premise that an intelligent boy's fascination with the holocaust will predispose him to developing Nazi sympathies and traits. Should we not look closely at the atrocities of the past because we might become atrocious? Only if we're really, really stupid. The only "Apt" Pupils for that sort of behavior are vulnerable, unclever or unintelligent kids who get manipulated.

On the contrary, I think we need to look as closely at the holocaust as we can possibly stand. Then we should learn from what we see. My personal take is that the Nazis came to power, not because there were so many "Apt Pupils," but because a leader came along who played on the fears of a small group and then fuled by FEAR over everyone else. Most of the German soldiers, judges, doctors policemen, and businesspeople were not bad people. They were afraid of what would happen if they didn't follow orders.

The director's (and perhaps King too? I didn't read the book) premise seemed to be that the holocaust is like porn. If you look too closely, you'll become addicted and evil. Nonsense.

Then the director made us endure all sorts of unpleasantness like the kid smashing a bird with a basketball, the old dude trying to put a cat in the oven, and the boy trying to ruin an innocent guy's (David Schwimmer's) life. For what?

If you're going to force us to watch characters doing terrible things or enduring terrible suffering, then I would appreciate some sort of cathartic moment or something redeeming about the movie (see Sophie's Choice; see Pulp Fiction).

Chip R
02-09-2008, 06:14 PM
I mentioned I saw You Light Up My Life in another thread. If I wasn't with my sister I would have walked out on that one. I tried to sleep but I couldn't. One of the worst movies I have seen recently was the remake of The Pink Panther. I rented it out on DVD and I watched about half of it. It was embarassing for almost everyone involved in it.

camisadelgolf
02-09-2008, 06:19 PM
Sin City - what an steaming pile of dog poo (while still looking great) that movie is

I loved this movie. Would you consider giving it another shot, or is there no chance you'll ever like it?

jmcclain19
02-09-2008, 06:52 PM
I loved this movie. Would you consider giving it another shot, or is there no chance you'll ever like it?

Sorry man - I loved the idea, and was actually excited to see it come out due to the hype - and I loved the director's next movie, 300. But the execution was just grotesque violence for the sake of violence, I thought it was just god awful - and it's the only movie that I can think of in my life that I was happy I walked out of.

lo ryder
02-09-2008, 08:41 PM
Wife wanted to see Vanilla Sky, so I reluctantly agreed. By far my least favorite theater going experience of all time.

And FWIW, I have Porkys on dvd, shows my taste.

Falls City Beer
02-09-2008, 08:47 PM
Wife wanted to see Vanilla Sky, so I reluctantly agreed. By far my least favorite theater going experience of all time.

And FWIW, I have Porkys on dvd, shows my taste.

Your taste sounds right in line with mine, fwiw. I'd rather be shot point-blank rather than watch Vanilla Sky.

Although, every time I think of Tom Cruise in that Phantom of the Opera mask, I almost pee myself laughing.

Porky's rules.

TeamSelig
02-09-2008, 08:49 PM
Hills Have Eyes was a great movie IMO

Walked out of Elf, and later watched it on TV and thought it was ok.

There were about 50 little kids laughing at EVERYTHING (even stuff that wasn't a joke)

Unassisted
02-09-2008, 08:50 PM
The Postman Always Rings Twice

More recently, I seriously considered walking out on The Weather Man and still wonder why I didn't.

Degenerate39
02-09-2008, 08:53 PM
Wife wanted to see Vanilla Sky, so I reluctantly agreed. By far my least favorite theater going experience of all time.

And FWIW, I have Porkys on dvd, shows my taste.

I wanted to kill myself during that movie. It was so boring I hated it. It also started my strong dislike towards Tom Cruise.

GoGoWhiteSox
02-09-2008, 09:13 PM
The only movie I have ever walked out on was "Secondhand Lions." Thankfully, I saw it at the Danbarry Dollar Theater, so it wasn't a big waste of money. The only reason why I went to see it was because I was really bored, had nothing else to do, and it looked like it would be decent.

I was very, very disappointed with "Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World," and I fell asleep for about 30 minutes during the movie. No joke.

Unassisted
02-09-2008, 09:16 PM
Porky's is sort of a B movie classic. It was great watching it not becuase it was great but because I wasn't allowed to watch it.That's my take, too. It seemed much funnier than it was because I saw it with a group of guys when we were all under 17.

BTW, Porky's was directed by Bob Clark. It was the film he directed right before he directed A Christmas Story. There has to be some irony in being the director of both one of the raunchiest R-rated film of the 80s and one of the most acclaimed family films of that era.

WVRed
02-09-2008, 09:33 PM
pfft, Porkys is tame compared to movies out today.

I just watched Good Luck Chuck. That is an hour and a half of my life I wish I had back.

chicoruiz
02-09-2008, 09:35 PM
LOL...Back in my single days, a couple of buddies and I went to see a movie called Caligula, which had been produced by the guy who published Penthouse and was supposed to be full of steamy stuff. If we'd investigated further, we would have discovered that the film had been recut to an "R" rating so that it could be released in the multiplexes. Believe me, there's nothing quite as bad as a smutty movie without the smut. Happy ending though; we snuck across the hall and saw Richard Pryor Live On The Sunset Strip, which made it all worthwhile.

Since being married, the little woman and I have walked out on American Beauty (see other thread) and something called The Bachelor with Chris O'Donnell that looked like it fell into the developing fluid by mistake.

camisadelgolf
02-10-2008, 09:50 AM
Sorry man - I loved the idea, and was actually excited to see it come out due to the hype - and I loved the director's next movie, 300. But the execution was just grotesque violence for the sake of violence, I thought it was just god awful - and it's the only movie that I can think of in my life that I was happy I walked out of.

That's interesting to me. I actually didn't like 300 that much.

redsmetz
02-10-2008, 04:33 PM
My son and I went to see Gods and Generals and it was so incredibly boring we exited, particularly when we found out the ordeal included an intermission. Positively the worst movie I ever saw - I was thankful I'd received a pair of free tickets from a radio station so I hadn't wasted any money.

Reds/Flyers Fan
02-10-2008, 07:27 PM
Walked out on Pulp Fiction. Thought it was awful. Still haven't seen any part of it years later.

Raisor
02-10-2008, 07:55 PM
I don't get the hate for Pulp Fiction.

RedFanAlways1966
02-10-2008, 08:02 PM
I've always said you have to see Pulp Fuction twice to really "get it". The 1st time you see it can be quite confusing and can be hard "to get".

I guess if you walk out during the 1st time before completion, you'd have to see it three times to "get it". :p:

RFS62
02-10-2008, 08:16 PM
I don't get the hate for Pulp Fiction.


Me either. I loved it.

GAC
02-10-2008, 08:52 PM
I have yet to see any of the Saw movies. I've heard enough about them to make the decision I want no part of those type of movies. Just not my "cup of tea".

I saw a little bit of the movie Jackass when it was on cable. Simply asinine IMO.

Strikes Out Looking
02-10-2008, 09:15 PM
St. Elmo's Fire. Worst movie ever, in my opinion.

pedro
02-10-2008, 10:55 PM
St. Elmo's Fire. Worst movie ever, in my opinion.

That would work well on the songs I wish i never heard thread.

Gonna be your man in motion
All I need is a pair of wheels
Take me where my future's lyin'
St. Elmo's Fire

Redsfaithful
02-11-2008, 04:14 AM
I don't get the hate for Pulp Fiction.

I don't either. It's a great movie, actually think it's not too out there to say it changed Hollywood in a couple of ways.

I fell asleep during The Blair Witch Project. Otherwise I tend to check out Rotten Tomatoes before I decide to head to the theatre. It is seriously rare that I see a movie in a theatre that I'm not 99% sure I will like, and I go to the movies a couple of times a month at least.

Netflix though, I've gotten some seriously rough movies there. The Fountain was one of the more excruciating thing I have ever seen, and I watched the entire thing thinking it had to get better. I think I can understand why it has the cult following it does, but it was still a terribly hard movie to get through.

redsmetz
02-11-2008, 07:32 AM
I've always said you have to see Pulp Fuction twice to really "get it". The 1st time you see it can be quite confusing and can be hard "to get".

I guess if you walk out during the 1st time before completion, you'd have to see it three times to "get it". :p:

I stopped watching Pulp Fiction at the beginning - the violence then just completely turned me off; but that was my personal choice. I understand from quite a number of folks that it's a very well made movie - it just wasn't my cup of tea.

rotnoid
02-11-2008, 09:10 AM
Your taste sounds right in line with mine, fwiw. I'd rather be shot point-blank rather than watch Vanilla Sky.

That's the only movie I ever walked out of. Though, I got close during The Horse Whisperer. I think I actually fell asleep during that one.

TeamCasey
02-11-2008, 11:38 AM
I fell asleep during The Blair Witch Project.

As much as I love creepy stuff ...... I anticipated the suckage on that one.



I didn't walk out ..... but I was disappointed in The Village.

Shyamalan disappoints me more than he should.

RichRed
02-11-2008, 02:02 PM
Entrapment with Sean Connery and Catherine Zeta Jones.

Didn't walk out but all it took was the first couple lines of dialogue for me to get that sinking feeling in my gut that told me I'd made a bad choice.

Degenerate39
02-11-2008, 02:17 PM
Well I was in Sarasota in 1991 then I saw Pee Wee Herman doing something so I left immediately.

Rojo
02-11-2008, 03:46 PM
I don't get the hate for Pulp Fiction.


I get it if its just about the violence. But I don't get hating it for any other reason. Especially if you like any of the lame loveable criminal movies that followed it. I have a friend who didn't like PF but loved Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrells.

Whatever.

Rojo
02-11-2008, 03:48 PM
Eternal Sunshine was in love with itself? I loved this movie. I think it might have jarred a lot of people that it was such an impossible concept played so earnestly. It worked for me, as I think it did for most people.

It worked for me as well, and I wanted to hate it as prententious garbage. So many have tried to capture the feel of dreaming and this was the first to actually do it.

redsfan1966
02-11-2008, 05:28 PM
I could ramble endlessly about movies...but I will try to stay to the thread topic. My situation is similar to one LoganBuck mentioned earlier....I went with a bunch of friends in high school to see "Rocky Horror Picture Show" -- I hated it so much, I walked out about 30 minutes into it and went to a luckily positioned bowling alley next door and bowled a game and walked back in with a few minutes left. I cant help but mention the oddest double feature I ever saw in a theatre--"Dodgeball" followed by "Fareneheit 911"--my wife walked out of the second part of the twinbill....friends drove me home....also in that same theatre, I'll never forget watching parents take their kids out throughout the showing of the "South Park" movie...what did they expect???

Tom Servo
02-11-2008, 05:47 PM
I have yet to see any of the Saw movies. I've heard enough about them to make the decision I want no part of those type of movies. Just not my "cup of tea".

I am someone who likes cheesy horror movies (pretty much everything from the 80's down) and generally dislikes any new horror stuff that is simply trying to disgust the audience, but my friend got me to watch the first Saw and it was actually a really cool suspense type of movie. The next couple get a little more into the horror formula but still have some cool twists and what not.

redsfanmia
02-11-2008, 07:04 PM
I'll never forget watching parents take their kids out throughout the showing of the "South Park" movie...what did they expect???

Im sure they blamed Canada

WMR
02-11-2008, 07:08 PM
I don't believe in walking out of movies early. If I start it, I finish. I want to be able to fully and completely and accurately harpoon it for its awfulness without any gaps in knowledge about its true level of horribleness.

vaticanplum
02-12-2008, 10:48 AM
Nutty Professor 2: The Klumps.

I didn't walk out of Blair Witch Project, but I did pass out, which is kind of the same thing.

For those of you complaining about Vanilla Sky, I point out that I had to watch it in French. It was pretty terrible in French too. But I love Pulp Fiction, liked Eternal Sunshine pretty well too. I see the point that these movies are very self-aware, but they're also well done for what they are and certainly don't lack for stories in my opinion.

Falls City Beer
02-12-2008, 11:12 AM
Nutty Professor 2: The Klumps.

I didn't walk out of Blair Witch Project, but I did pass out, which is kind of the same thing.

For those of you complaining about Vanilla Sky, I point out that I had to watch it in French. It was pretty terrible in French too. But I love Pulp Fiction, liked Eternal Sunshine pretty well too. I see the point that these movies are very self-aware, but they're also well done for what they are and certainly don't lack for stories in my opinion.

Both movies emphasized veneer over meaning, complication, conflict. If I don't care what happens to any of the characters then I think on some important level the director or actors have failed.

Still, I can laugh at bad movies, and stick through them till the end. What I can't hack is a movie named after a line of Alexander Pope attempting to make me care about Jim Carey and a particularly noisome Kate Winslet--using dream sequences as its narrative conceit. That's just a recipe for stank. But I flee movies that are so obviously aimed at my demographic. That's probably a moral failing on my part.

vaticanplum
02-12-2008, 11:19 AM
Both movies emphasized veneer over meaning, complication, conflict. If I don't care what happens to any of the characters then I think on some important level the director or actors have failed.

Still, I can laugh at bad movies, and stick through them till the end. What I can't hack is a movie named after a line of Alexander Pope attempting to make me care about Jim Carey and a particularly noisome Kate Winslet--using dream sequences as its narrative conceit. That's just a recipe for stank. But I flee movies that are so obviously aimed at my demographic. That's probably a moral failing on my part.

:laugh: Your problem is that you're too smart to enjoy things.

I may have a problem in that I think Kate Winslet walks on water. Mark Ruffalo too, for that matter.

Falls City Beer
02-12-2008, 11:20 AM
:laugh: Your problem is that you're too smart to enjoy things..

Like hell. I probably enjoyed The Klumps.

Rojo
02-12-2008, 01:06 PM
But I flee movies that are so obviously aimed at my demographic. That's probably a moral failing on my part.

Or anti-hipsterism.

GAC
02-12-2008, 04:47 PM
but I was disappointed in The Village.

Shyamalan disappoints me more than he should.

Signs was the last good one for me. The Lady In The Water DVD doesn't even make a good frisbee. ;)