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    Bad movies.

    While wasting 90+ minutes of my life watching "Cloverfield," I got to thinking.

    What is the most disappointing movie you've ever seen in the theatre? Have you ever walked out on a movie?


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    Re: Bad movies.

    I went a saw Miami Vice at the cheap theater at one point last year. I would have rather just given some one my 2 bucks and saved the 90 minutes. By far the worse movie I have ever seen.



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    Re: Bad movies.

    Movies totally acceptable to walk out on


    Plan 9 from Outer Space (Queen was over the top)

    The Claw (except my driver was not around so I could go home early)

    Godzilla vs Monster Zero (really rinky dink dubbing)

    Many Westerns - Terror of Tiny Town (1938) The Terror of Tiny Town B-Movie Review (just plain unbelievable)

    Jane Fonda in Barberella (half the people walked out)-


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    Re: Bad movies.

    Most bad movies I tend to block out of my mind and try to forget them... but one excruciatingly bad movie I've seen recently was Meet the Robinsons. I'm the first one, usually, to give animated movies a chance. When Pixar had been absorbed by Disney, I had heard that the creative minds at Pixar were appointed in "sprucing up" the latest CG film Disney had been working on.

    Needless to say, this has been the only film I've ever fallen asleep during. If that doesn't speak for how bad Meet the Robinsons was, I don't know what does.


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    Re: Bad movies.

    A really good site for such things is badmovies.org. You can read great reviews of pretty much every bad movie you can think of.



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    Re: Bad movies.

    dumb and dumberer..... i lasted under 15 minutes. Only movie i have ever walked out of.


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    Re: Bad movies.

    Quote Originally Posted by Wesley View Post

    Many Westerns - Terror of Tiny Town (1938) The Terror of Tiny Town B-Movie Review (just plain unbelievable)
    Are you kidding, a Cowboy Movie with a Bunch of Midgets
    I remember laughing as a kid thinking that was great!

    What's next someone going to say any movie with John Wayne



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    Re: Bad movies.

    Master of Disguise with Dana Carvey. It was his first real movie outside of Wayne's World. My friend and I knew it was a kid sort of movie, but we thought that it would still have good content...we were wrong.


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    A passage to India - The worst movie i have ever tried to watch.. It won
    all kinds of awards.



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    Re: Bad movies.

    I never walk out on a movie once I've paid for it. I spent the money, so I'm staying no matter what. But, there are movies I've gone too where I get the **** out of the theater as quickly as possible once it's finished so I can go throw up. Recent ones that come to mind include Paycheck and National Treasure (the first one--I refuse to see the second one because the first one sucked so hard).



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    Re: Bad movies.

    I walked outta Flubber. Ultraviolet is a terrible movie.


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    Re: Bad movies.

    Quote Originally Posted by mjones34 View Post
    I walked outta Flubber. Ultraviolet is a terrible movie.
    Ultraviolet was beyond terrible.



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    Re: Bad movies.

    Quote Originally Posted by AirWalke View Post
    Most bad movies I tend to block out of my mind and try to forget them... but one excruciatingly bad movie I've seen recently was Meet the Robinsons. I'm the first one, usually, to give animated movies a chance. When Pixar had been absorbed by Disney, I had heard that the creative minds at Pixar were appointed in "sprucing up" the latest CG film Disney had been working on.

    Needless to say, this has been the only film I've ever fallen asleep during. If that doesn't speak for how bad Meet the Robinsons was, I don't know what does.

    See I enjoyed Meet the Robinsons. I thought Cars kind of sucked.



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    Re: Bad movies.

    We rented Rush Hour 3 last weekend. It was pretty bad.



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    Re: Bad movies.

    It's hard to pick, there have been so many. Recently I would have to go with "Mr Magorium's Magic Emporium". I felt so bad for Dustin Hoffman, and found it hard to believe he also did Rainman and Tootsie.



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