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kungfuchris
09-25-2004, 03:21 PM
Name some movies that you watched with someone and started to get embarassed becuase the movie was so fucking bad. Stories would be appreciated too!

SpacePuppet
09-25-2004, 03:59 PM
Cat In The Hat - Me and my brother saw it together, and we only laughed once...and that was when I farted out loud in the theater.

kungfuchris
09-25-2004, 05:38 PM
Originally posted by SpacePuppet
Cat In The Hat - Me and my brother saw it together, and we only laughed once...and that was when I farted out loud in the theater.

hahah thanks for making me laugh, did the other people laugh at your fart?

Raging Bull080
09-25-2004, 06:47 PM
Me and my sister watched Dumb and Dumberer: When Harry Met Lloyd, we were looking forward to it even though Jim Carrey and Jeff Daniels were not in this one because we both liked the first one. I won't say Dumb and Dumber was a great movie but every time I watch it I still crack up, it is that funny. So anyway we both sit there in silence watching this godawful excuse for a movie, I might have laughed a couple of times (I didn't hear a peep out of my sister) but this is one of the stupidist movies I have ever seen, so stupid it wasn't even funny, so stupid that I was truly embarrassed to watch such a pile of shit. Now when I was 12 I probably would have laughed alot more because back then I had a flat out bad taste in movies. So when I turned the lights on after the movie, I looked at my sister and she had this funny, little, disgusted look on her face. I think I laughed harder at her than I did during the whole movie. The worst part is that she had just bought the dvd for me for Christmas.

SpacePuppet
09-25-2004, 08:28 PM
Originally posted by kungfuchris
hahah thanks for making me laugh, did the other people laugh at your fart?

There was noone else in the theater.

Hannibal21
09-25-2004, 09:08 PM
I watched Star Wars Episode I with a friend of mine, having never seen it before, and about halfway through I would've turned it off, but I was watching it his house so I had to sit through the whole thing. :(

thedudeman69
09-26-2004, 01:27 AM
I took my best friend to see Freddy Vs. Jason and his reaction after that was "I never seen that much blood in my whole life". I also took him to see the The Hulk and it was the shittiest movie of all time and I felt bad that I actually suggested that we go see it. The previous week, I took him to see Dumb and Dumberer and He didn't laugh once, I didn't either. He got pissed at me for taking him to see that.

:(

Ted Pikul
09-26-2004, 01:13 PM
I went with a couple of ladies to see Cronenberg's Dead Ringers.

They both walked out in disgust when it started getting gynaecological.

That was pretty embarrassing.

Scarface98.9
09-26-2004, 05:07 PM
I thought The Royal Tenenbaums was decent, but one of the most awkward experiences was seeing it with my ultra conservative, mega christian grandma. The suicide attempt, an implied incestuous relationship, and other things in the movie made her complain all throughout the movie, and say how movies didn't need to be this excessive to be good way back when. And when she criticizes someone or something, she criticizes them/it with an icy voice. Enough to scare the crap out of anyone

Metallica4702
09-26-2004, 08:34 PM
I got embarassed when my mom had me watch Boogie Nights with her. Once they got to the Heather Graham nude scene, I left the room.

kungfuchris
09-26-2004, 08:36 PM
Originally posted by Metallica4702
I got embarassed when my mom had me watch Boogie Nights with her. Once they got to the Heather Graham nude scene, I left the room.

Heh well you shoulda stayed she might of started talking about where babies come from.

Metallica4702
09-26-2004, 08:46 PM
Ha ha ha

Cliche Guevara
09-27-2004, 04:27 AM
I've never been truely embarassed to see a movie, but I guess the closest thing is probably Queen of the Damned. It dripped with cheese! Me and my girlfriend were hysterical laughing.

Slim_JGE
09-27-2004, 08:34 AM
Originally posted by Metallica4702
I got embarassed when my mom had me watch Boogie Nights with her. Once they got to the Heather Graham nude scene, I left the room.

LOL... man that sucks, great anecdote though. :D

jeo4
09-27-2004, 10:55 AM
EYES WIDE SHUT. What a horrid piece of shit. Kidman and Cruise should be ashamed of this nasty heap. And I watched it with friends. UGH!

nanometer
09-27-2004, 01:01 PM
I rented Quadrophenia and my mom started watching it with me. As soon as the sex-in-the-alley scene came up she turned around: "What are they doing?!"

Me: "I don't know..."

jeo4
09-27-2004, 02:56 PM
:D

Funny stuff, Nanometer. And welcome to the boards. :)

Troy Zuniga
09-27-2004, 06:49 PM
I saw Gozu with my dad.

It wasn't embarrassing because it was bad. In fact, it was an awesome movie. It was embarrassing because there's some of the creepiest sex you've ever seen in your life.

Still, I was pleased that he ultimately enjoyed it, and appreciated it on its merits. I was afraid he'd be too old-fashioned for it, but we both left the theatre laughing harder than some people who had gone into it without a clear idea of what to expect from a Takashi Miike movie.

kungfuchris
09-27-2004, 10:17 PM
heh you shoulda watched dead or alive with him too. how is gozu?

kwi$
09-27-2004, 10:32 PM
I saw Resident Evil: Apocalypse with my GF. She was so pissed that I made her watch it with me because it was so terrible. It wasn't as embarrassing as much as it was funny to watch someone get so upset over a bad movie.

I can't help it, sometimes I want to watch bad movies, it makes watching good ones all the more sweet.

kungfuchris
09-27-2004, 10:45 PM
Originally posted by kwi$
I saw Resident Evil: Apocalypse with my GF. She was so pissed that I made her watch it with me because it was so terrible. It wasn't as embarrassing as much as it was funny to watch someone get so upset over a bad movie.

I can't help it, sometimes I want to watch bad movies, it makes watching good ones all the more sweet.

Yeah you are right, sometimes you have to submit yourself to a shitty movie to appreciate the good ones.

Briare Rabbit
09-27-2004, 11:17 PM
I watched Taxi Driver with my grandma. She was sewing. You know when Keitel starts going off on the cunt-twat-fuck-pussy-bitch-rant about Iris? Well, I had it on about volume 3, and my ear is pressed close to the TV as far as it will go, and shes just staring. I forgot to turn off the subtitles.

And thats a true story.

:eek:

Mav-Man
09-28-2004, 12:43 AM
Cats & Dogs, I saw it theatres, why? I guess I was just bored to tears.

outsyder
09-28-2004, 09:45 PM
Nothing I can remember personally, although a friend of mine rented Scary Movie and watched it with his immediate family (sister, parents, and uncle and aunt, I believe). He had heard from people like me who had seen it in theatres that it was funny.

I'm just glad I wasn't in the room when Shawn Wayans was "manhandled.";)


He must have gone through an akward hell.

Badbird
09-29-2004, 01:27 AM
I work at an art house theater. Our other theater was playing Baise Moi. I ended up seeing it with a female co-worker who just happens to be old enough to be my mother, and I'm her boss.

If you can't even begin to understand the gravity of this situation, then you have no idea what Baise Moi is. The English translation is either "Fuck Me" or "Rape Me," depending on who you ask. It's esentially a hard core porn movie with a bare thread "plot" about to chicks who go on a rampage across France, pretty much fucking and/or killing every man they meet.

I am not exagerating in any way when I say this is a hard core porn. It was. Right down to the "under-the-nut" camera angle. But because it had subtitles, some idiot thought it was "art."

Imagine watching a porn movie with your mom. Kinda uncomfortable.

ChemicalRomance
09-29-2004, 08:15 PM
Sorry but I think I win this one:

"The Tao Of Steve" with my parents, and The Full Monty.