ANSWERS: 36
  • Yes. Hotshots Part Deux. 2 hours of my life I can nevr retrieve.
  • yes. transformers movie. WORST IDEA EVER. i hate hate hate it,
  • yes! cloverfield !!
  • Yes. Banned in America and Faces of Death.
  • um, my ex and i drove 40 minutes to the theater, not knowing what might be there. the only thing left (for the next couple of hours) was natural born killers. after about 30 minutes, we ran out of the movie together.
  • Interesting question. Not seeing the movie itself but the choice on a date or spending time with a friend.
  • Yes. The movie, "Rhinestone" almost gave me eye cancer.
  • The Blair Witch Project, because it scared me too much.
  • Eragon was bad.
  • Many, many, many times. But I remember that no matter how bad it was, there is usually always something that I can take that is laughable from it. So no huge regrets. Eheh.
  • Yep and it was Batman Returns.
  • Nope, but then again, I am not afraid or too proud to get up and leave or turn it off if I am not happy with it.
  • Yes..Santa Clause with Billy Bob Thornton..I thought it was tacky..I didn't like it. And Snatch directed by Guy Ritchie..I only watched it because Brad Pitt was in it..I didn't get it.
  • Palmetto...huge disappointment...I want those 2 hours back!
  • Hostel, I still make my friend apologize to this day for dragging me too it. A Thin Red Line was god awful, and I almost demanded my money back. Vertical Limit was so bad that I did demand my money back, and got it. I really really regretted going to The Happening. Immediately called everyone I knew and told them no matter what you do, do not go and waste money on this film. Everytime I was ignored, I got the follow up phone call of people wishing they had listened.
  • EVERY SINGLE movie on Sci-Fi with the exception of maybe 1 or 2 that I honestly can't remember that well.
  • yes..."superstar" with molly shannon and will ferrell from snl...
  • Oh yeah, the Gangs of New York. It made me want to vomit, not only while I was watching but for days afterward. I only watched it because Smithsonian magazine consulted on it and featured an article on how historically accurate it was. Nonetheless, it was a nonstop gorefest, showing blood spatter in closeup and slo-mo. Scorsese's fascination with dissection made me think that if I was the D.A. in his home county, I'd want to know what he had in his basement. He struck me as having the same sort of fascination as Jeffrey Dahmer and I wondered if he had heads in his refrigerator too. He could easily have told the same story with more emotional impact if he had cut away at the last second. As my husband always says, the scene in It's a Wonderful Life where Jimmy Stewart kissed Donna Reed for the first time is the most erotic scene he's ever seen where no one took their clothes off. Sometimes you can say more by showing less.
  • EVERY MOVIE i watch in the theaters turns out to be terible
  • The Good Shepherd I really should have walked out of that one when I first got the urge to, but no, I sat around for another hour or two (felt like three) getting mentally bludgeoned by the most boring pointless movie in existence.
  • I know I've regretted paying to see some really bad movies! The remake of bedroom window was a recent one...so bad that I couldn't watch it to the end.
  • Waterworld was a waste (except for Jeanne Tripplehorn's butt double...;-D) I also found Ed Wood to be interminably dull... There have been a few other stinkers in my life but those are the ones that come to mind right now...
  • Yes I have and regrettably the one I really could not watch I cannot remember the name. It was a banned film and friends got a pirate copy . It was about The gang rape of a woman and it looked so real it made me cry like a baby. The rest of the film was how she enacted her revenge one by one but I was much too upset to watch that.. I am useless with horror films.
  • Yes. Whenever I see a cruise ship or hear a band play I think about how sad and heroic it was that the band kept playing while the Titanic sank. Just think about it..knowing that you are going to die and standing there taking it with courage and dignity. WOW...
  • Matrix was pretty crap.
  • The Sweet Hereafter (yeah, you probably haven't heard of it). I had no idea what to expect, but it seemed to be getting some good reviews by critics. Man, what a downer, and no redeeming qualities. It brought down the whole rest of the night, New Year's Eve.
  • Two - the original version of 'The Vanishing' scared me to death, it was really disturbing, and not a drop of blood in it.... "The Killinmg Fields' with its depiction of children being bombed/killed had me shaken for months...
  • the number 23 was the last movie i wanted to see after getting out of a mental hospital but i still don't even regret that one... although i wish i had not paid for a few of them if that is what you mean
  • Semi-Pro was horrible.
  • Machine Girl Blair Witch Harold and Kumar (either one) The Happening Shoot'Em Up Grindhouse (either one)
  • The Day After Tomorrow The Rock Pearl Harbor Lucky You
  • YES Everything Anthony Hopkins has been in. All except 'No Way Out' with Kevin Costner. The Last Castle Robert Redford..truly excremental. The Lord of the Rings....ALL of them Anything with Johnny Depp in it except Platoon.
  • Yes. I watched "Wicker Man" with Nicolas Cage, thinking it would be a really good movie, because I like most of the movies he's in...wow, was I wrong. It was horrible, and I hated it. I was so mad, that I'd wasted all that time on a horrible movie..
  • Yes, a few. Cry Baby was awful. Miami Blues...god awful! And I regretted spending $10 on Flight Plan (with Jodi Foster) because I knew who was the bad guy in the first five minutes of the movie! Predictable.
  • Beaches. I avoid sad "someone is sick and going to die" movies. Had no idea that is what Beaches was about. Life has enough downs, I watch movies to feel better or be entertained.
  • Unfortunately Pirates on Stranger Tides had to walk out on that and luckily was told about running with wolves so I dodged that bullet.

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