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sheep555

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« Reply #80 on: 03-16-2003 13:19 »
« Last Edit on: 03-16-2003 13:19 »

This is so embarassing - I found the Disney film 'The Brave Little Toaster' too scary so I had to leave...(well, I was four)

yay! 2nd totpd   smile
aslate

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« Reply #81 on: 03-16-2003 13:29 »

 
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Originally posted by Lee Roberts:
My sister thinks that the bit from Joe Young where he falls an appears to be dead! Bad, I don't think it's sad, but that's just my sister!

What the? "My sister thinks that the bit from Joe Young where he falls an appears to be dead!" what does she think?

mikey

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« Reply #82 on: 03-17-2003 05:45 »
« Last Edit on: 03-17-2003 05:45 »

I went too see disney on ice, and totally freeked when the whitch came in. Im not embaressed at all
LittleMiss

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« Reply #83 on: 03-18-2003 01:36 »

I cry during lots of movies for some reason... probably 'cos I'm an emotional teenage girl.  The list is too big to name.  :X 

Anyway, I've never gotten kicked out of a movie, really, but I have acted really bad inside of 'em.  During "Enemy At the Gates" there was this scene where people were shooting eachother and I just started laughing my ass off for no apparent reason, then my boyfriend at the time started laughing, and we got so loud that people around us started laughing, and others told us to shut the hell up.  It was funny, though.  I'll never forget that.  :]

And years ago when I saw "Spice World" in theatre me and my cousin were throwing popcorn @ the screen and sticky stuff that we got @ the carnival and it stuck to the screen!!  O.O

--Missy
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Erdrik

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« Reply #84 on: 03-18-2003 02:32 »

 
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Originally posted by Venus:
ive never been kicked out of a movie. i actually have the amazing ability of sitting quietly and paying attention to the screen. ...

mee, too! And here I thought I was alone in the world. lol  laff

 
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Originally posted by Venus:
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  I cry at movies all the time though. But not hysterically or anything, i can usually get through a sad movie without anyone except for the person sitting directly next to me noticing. Except for the 7 times i saw titanic in the theater. i cried so hard the person sitting next to me the 7th time i saw it thought i was hyperventalating. it was kinda weird though i had never done that before. ...

I get teary eyed, but I don't remember ever outright crying in a theater. I actualy get angry not crying tho... I hold it in from being embarassed of others. I supposedly don't care what others think of me yet I am self conscience of others seeing me cry?!  hmpf

 
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Originally posted by Venus:
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 i am so desensitized to violence i can watch the goriest and bloodiest movies without even wincing, i laughed my way through Bride of Chucky. ...

I'm not fully desensitized to violence, and gore, but it does take alot to effect me.
Although if I'm looking at the real thing thats a hole different bag of beans, road kill for instance will usually give me a shudder. Luckly I haven't seen any worse than that.

 
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Originally posted by Venus:
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 Like that scene where the irish mother puts her children in their beds and reads to them, or the one where the old couple where clutching each other in their beds as the water rose up. i was whimpering in a very undignified way. ...

Awwwh...
I don't really like that movie, but it did tug at my heart strings... quite roughly.
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Originally posted by Venus:
the last movie that made me cry was Lilo and Stitch. oh, and ice Age. but it was dignified tears, no more wailing for me!

Lilo and Stitch, Ice Age, and Monsters Inc all got me 'teary eyed'...
There are probly others but I don't remember them...  hmpf oh wait!
Venus, you've probly never seen these as they are anime, but the end of the released 'Berserk' series, and 'X' both had me actualy crying!  cry I don't care if you hate anime but those two had some twistedly sad stories...  frown

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Britz

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« Reply #85 on: 03-18-2003 20:40 »

This is hardly a sad memory but it's something stupid I did while watching a movie (well, one thing of many, this just sticks out cause it wasn't deliberate.)

I forgot what movie it was but me and a mate were at the movies and it was the previews at the start, and they were showing the preview for 'Spy Games' anyway they don't say the name till the end, and it ends as if that's some huge revelation, so I turn to Dane when they say it and say "What a fucking shit name."

Now as a say this through some freaky bizzare hive mind thing occurs through the audience and everybody in the theatre has fallen silent at the exact moment I say that, and so even though I say it at normal talking sound somwhow against the laws of physics everybody heard me say it.

So I got groups of kids laughing at it and I've got parents with 10 years olds staring daggers at me all over the place.

I was still right though, it was a fuckin shit name.
Britz

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« Reply #86 on: 03-18-2003 20:45 »

Also, just think I should throw this in for 'sad memory' when I saw the Lion King as a kid I was with my parents and little sister, well after Simba's father died my little sister cried the entire rest of the movie, even after we left she was still crying, it was unbelievable, I mean who can cry through that 'Hukunamatata' song? Only her I reckon.
LittleMiss

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« Reply #87 on: 03-18-2003 20:53 »

I cried on the part when Mufasa died, too.  :P

I also cried on the South Park movie when the Mole died.  //><\\ lol

--Missy
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« Reply #88 on: 03-24-2003 21:19 »

Whoa, Andrea, you were 13 when you cried?! Man, when I was 8, I held back the tears when I watched Lion King and that movie is the number one heartbreaker. Ironic thing being that I tear up when I watch it now.

I haven't been kicked out of the movies, but I did get somebody kicked out for being a heavy breather.
Tzlk
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« Reply #89 on: 03-25-2003 02:22 »

Lets see Ive done plenty of dumb shit in the movies...but the best was prally going to see James Bond Die another day Completyly trashed.  I had had three, three shot screwdrivers in the hour or so before the movie... i was blasted.  I was told i was very loud and mothers were looking at me all wierd when i was laughing the entire movie long...at everything... i was like OOO!!!! CAR!! HAHAHAHAHAH!!! I found the movie quite entertaining....but I dont remember a damn thing about it.  I have since been told that it sucked.
clampybot

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« Reply #90 on: 03-26-2003 00:37 »
« Last Edit on: 03-26-2003 00:37 »

   
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Originally posted by Andrea Huckstep:
I remember when I was thirteen years old I had gone to the movies to see "A bug's life" by myself while my parents and my older sister went to see "Enemy of the state". I was doing good throughout the movie until they made Flik leave. When they did, I began to cry like crazy. I cried so loudly that I was kicked out of the theater by the cinema personnel and never got to see the rest of my movie. While me and my mom were in the car, two girls got out of the movie that I was kicked out of and said "That was a bad movie." which made me cry even more.     frown I had to wait five months to see the ending of "A bug's life"

So, I ask you this question: Have you ever been kicked out of a certain movie for being too rowdy or something?      confused

Shit what's wrong with you stooge and you were 13!     laff
 
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Originally posted by LittleMiss:
too.  :P

I also cried on the South Park movie when the Mole died.  //><\\ lol

--Missy

and I laughed when Kyle said shit after the crying tune

POOR POOR Kenny.....

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asianlightning

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« Reply #91 on: 04-02-2003 11:52 »

My girlfriend and I went to go see "The Ring" one night, and unfortunately, it was the same night that about 300 teenage girls also decided to go. Let's just say that the incessant screaming made the movie a pain to sit through. To top it off, there were a lot of teenage boys in the audience, too, most of which had "forgotten" to turn off their cell phones. After one kid had gotten about 3 calls, and actually had the gall to talk to each peson who had called him, some older guy went up to where he was sitting, grabbed his phone, and chucked it to the front of the theater. Everyone clapped, it was priceless.
KurtPikachu2001

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« Reply #92 on: 06-13-2010 21:39 »
« Last Edit on: 12-31-2011 15:00 »

In the fall of 1998, my then girlfriend and I went to see "Life Is Beautiful".  During the movie we both laughed at Roberto Begini's antics and it seemed like she enjoyed it.  Then the next day I saw her at the food court with her friends telling them that it was one of the worst movies she has ever seen in her life.  Made me feel really humiliated.  
JoshTheater

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« Reply #93 on: 06-13-2010 22:01 »

Wow, your girlfriend hated Life Is Beautiful?! You dumped her right then and there right? What a total absence of taste.

Also, nice bump.
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« Reply #94 on: 06-14-2010 12:21 »

Kurt will gain 1 point of respect if he uttered, "I hope you choke on your Sbarros, you secret, artsy eurofilm-hating bitch!"

Cut to about 20-30 minutes later. The movie is still sucking! Even after I threw a bottle at the screen--what nerve! I was pretty pissed off at the suckiness, so I threw another bottle.

Epic seven year later LOL.

I probably could've gotten kicked out of Kingdom of the Crystal Skulls.  Someone (my sister's then-boyfriend) ripped ass something fierce, leaving a lingering stench only a nuclear refrigerator incident could've distracted me from.  Fortunately...
hobbitboy

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« Reply #95 on: 06-14-2010 13:22 »

[A'hem] Back to the topic at hand.

Like many other posters in this thread I too have not been thrown out of a movie, nor have I walked out of one. In fact I don't even remember ever regretting seeing a movie. And never crying at a movie is a given. Hmmm, now that I think of it, why do I even go?

Don't hate me, Trinity.  I'm just the messenger.
seattlejohn01

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« Reply #96 on: 06-14-2010 18:08 »

Hollywood called, they said "Stay home Hobbitboy; catch our films on cable"

I've only walked out of 1 movie, the god awful "Neighbors".  It sounded promising.  John Belushi!  Dan Ackroyd!  Together in the same film!  Boy was I wrong.  I demanded my money back & got it.  Given what a piece of crap it was, I'm sure I wasn't the only one to do it.
Gorky

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« Reply #97 on: 06-14-2010 18:24 »

I've never walked out of a movie, but my friend and I were once the only two people in the theater. We went to see Disturbia, mainly because we were 15 and wanted to drool over Shia Labeouf back when he was still kind of innocently dreamy. It was by no means a great movie, but there was something fittingly creepy about being two teenage girls alone in a movie theater, watching what was essentially Rear Window and crapping our pants because we were sissies.
KurtPikachu2001

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« Reply #98 on: 01-14-2014 17:53 »
« Last Edit on: 01-14-2014 17:56 »

One stupid memory of going to the movies I had was when I was 16, I wanted to see The Mask.  My parents went to see Natural Born Killers.   What we had planned was my parents and cousin were going to see NBK and I was going to see The Mask alone.  On the day we were going, my parents had a change of plans and made my cousin go with me!  Because they were terrified something bad was going to happen to me if I went alone.  

Come on!  Kids that age go to movies by themselves all the time.  Why I never got to go alone that day remains a mystery to me.  All my cousin did the whole way there was ask me silly questions like "Will You watch SNL with me"  Or  "Are you still going to watch MST3K?    Before we went, my cousin grabbed me by the stomach, "your parents are making me to go _protect_ you".   i asked why they were making my cousin go, and he talked down on my in a babyish voice and slapped his hand on my shoulder and said "they're afwaid you're going to get badwy hurt'.  That was one of the most degrading things that has ever happened to me.


Xanfor

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« Reply #99 on: 01-15-2014 00:22 »

That was one of the most degrading things that has ever happened to me.

You are a very fortunate individual.
Spacedal11

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« Reply #100 on: 01-15-2014 01:44 »

I would have watched SNL with your cousin in 1994, that was Molly Shannon's first year on the show.
MeatablePie

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« Reply #101 on: 01-15-2014 01:50 »

I was always scared of the Sony Wonder logo whenever I watched Sesame Street VHS tapes as a kid for some reason...



Same with any other VHS from the 1980s-late 1990s.

This is the most laughable thing about me...
TO THE SHAME CUBE.

Monster_Robot_Maniac

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« Reply #102 on: 01-18-2014 19:30 »

This is the most laughable thing about me...
TO THE SHAME CUBE.


That was the weirdest fucking thing I've ever seen in my entire life. You have officially earned my eternal respect.  cool
Javier Lopez

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« Reply #103 on: 02-17-2014 23:29 »

My brother was kicked out of a theater for celebrating Leonardo DiCaprio's death in Titanic big grin
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