- Nov 19, 2009
Junior... fucking film was aweful
Dont see how you get be insulted by iraq war jokes but whatever.Anyway the charecters in the movie were set up that way on purpose if you sat through the whole thing you would have seen them change thats how movies work.Leemaster777 said:Here's the thing, I LOVED the Hangover, and I did indeed think this was going to be in the same vein. However, there's a key difference with this movie: It wasn't funny. At all.bob1052 said:Due Date was very obviously going to be the Hangover 2 (even before Hangover 2 comes out). I can't wrap my mind around how you could not expect it to be exactly how it was.Leemaster777 said:As the title suggests, I just walked out of a movie for the first time today.
I've seen some bad movies in the past, but today, I saw a movie SO bad I could no longer sit through it.
I saw Due Date, with Robert Downey Jr. and Zach Galifianakis. I absolutely HATED this movie. I couldn't sit through it for more than an hour. Once Jamie Foxx showed up, I just said "Done", and walked out of the theater.
So, yeah, have any of you ever walked out of a horrible movie before?
I haven't walked out, since I'm only ever at the theater with other people, but there are many that I have been bored while watching, or just ignoring the film as it goes.
Really, I just found it unpleasant. Downey Jr. was nothing but a complete ass, and Galifianakis, while playing a similar character to the one from Hangover, was simply not fun to watch. He just didn't have the same charm he did in Hangover.
Pretty much all the jokes failed miserably. Without spoiling anything, there's a joke in there about Iraq war veterans. Not only is it NOT funny, it's insulting.
Maybe I just went in with inflated expectations, but this movie just did NOTHING for me.
I hear if you try to leave while it is playing a blinding light shines down on you demanding to know why you are leaving, its a scary voice too.Fanta Grape said:I sat through God damn Battlefield Earth
Borat! If I'd been in a cinema I would have left, instead I told the friend that I was watching it with that if I could get him into a full nelson then he'd let me turn it off. A minute later, we were watching the Scary Movies (which, as a twelve year old, I found funny).Lizardon said:I rarely go to see movies on the big screen. But if I've gone to the trouble of renting/buying the DVD, I sit through the hold thing, if only to have more things to complain about.
One movie I turned off was Borat. Watched 10 minutes and was so bored and ashamed of the human race for creating this movie.