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Old 05-31-2009, 08:09 PM   #126
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The way I see it he saved us the trouble of watching more of the same crap but cutting some of it out. But really, this was the big movie of the summer for me. I was really looking forward to seeing it. I have all the Terminators on Blu-ray and the first two are in my top ten favorite movies of all time. But I actually found myself wanting it to end.

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Old 06-01-2009, 12:28 AM   #127
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I remember when I was really little Braveheart came out and my brother and I wen to see it with my grandfather.

There was not a lot of people in the place, but this one guy behind us started *****ing when my brother and I started to open our candy, over the noise of it.

I don't remember much, I remember my grandpa throwing the bucket of pop corn at the guy trying to fight him, and my brother and I going to get a worker. We ended up getting free passes to see it again. But to this day I still have not seen that movie.

14 years later the same grandfather (with less legs) and I went to see Star Trek, he kept falling asleep cause we both got up really early, so we left. It was my second veiwing so I didn't mind.

And for extra credit, I went to the midnight showing of Ghost Rider. Never in a movie not matter how bad it was, never have I got embarrased.

But watching that movie at the midnight showing with all the people there who obviously liked Ghost Rider. I got very very embarrased and sank down into my seat to avoid being seen.

One more.

Not really related. But my cousion and I went to see Phone Booth when it came out, and after convincing the guy to sell me (at the time underage) tickets we got in. At the end of it all, my cousion thought that the satellite it showed in space at the last scene......was the sniper.

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Old 06-21-2009, 04:16 PM   #128
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I don't walk out of films often... in fact I can recall only one specific example...

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Old 06-21-2009, 08:00 PM   #129
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Really? Why?

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Old 06-21-2009, 09:18 PM   #130
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OK time for another one of MattMortems funtastic theatre horror stories!!! Today I went to see the Proposal (loved it by the by) and some jackoff had an infant in the theatre, must been like 5 months old ANYWHO the whole damned movie the baby is crying and cooing SOOO I go and get management and tell em.......they don't do **** about it. After the film I go and tell management about the wild time I had listening to a baby (who halfway through got breastfed by his momma IN THE THEATRE) and they offered free tickets so I'm thinkin score. They dude comes up to me and starts hollering that he'll pay for my tickets cuz he ruined my entire life by bringing his baby in and that I'm a baby hater, I ignore him cuz it's whatever. Then his wife runs up and says "see a good movie jackoff" I say shut up ***** and then her hubby jumps in the middle of my **** and tries to start a fight. I'm starting to think I go to the worst theatre on planet earth

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Old 06-22-2009, 09:13 PM   #131
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i've never walked out on a movie. but the only movie i've ever been to where people have walked out was house of 1000 corpses. i shoulda joined em.

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Old 06-22-2009, 10:22 PM   #132
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Oh. Due to the first half of the movie I was too sleepy during Peter Jackson's King Kong to walk out.

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Old 06-22-2009, 10:51 PM   #133
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i've never walked out on a movie. but the only movie i've ever been to where people have walked out was house of 1000 corpses. i shoulda joined em.
'gasp' Rob Zombie is teh best!?!?!?! Why would you want to leave a theatre showing a cinematic masterpiece?????

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