What’s the worst film you’ve ever paid to see?
After @EricVBalley asked the question on twitter, there were some funny, and some surprising responses.
Good afternoon, Twitter!— Eric Bailey (@EricVBailey) 14 May 2018
What's the worst movie you ever paid to see at the theater?
Going to the cinema is usually a great experience – you get to see a film you like on a huge screen, you get popcorn, and if you’re lucky you get one of those fancy reclining leather seats. But if the film is awful, there’s not a lot that can make up for it. See if you relate to any of these opinions:
Indiana Jones 4. For the talent of the cast and the decades of buildup — easily the worst film of all time.— John E. Hoover (@johnehoover) 14 May 2018
Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen— Kevin Klawitter (@KevinKlawitter) 14 May 2018
Potentially relatable opinions so far, but…
Pulp Fiction— Ara T. Howard (@drawohara) 14 May 2018
However bad a movie might be, I’ve never actually walked out of a cinema – it’s just too rude – but that proved a good idea for one twitter user...
the sequel to 300, a movie so bad i dont remember its name. but i walked out of it and into Lego Movie so all in all a win https://t.co/XPMZw1lxuB— big boss baby (@dont_use_twiter) 14 May 2018
Sometimes it’s just not our, or the movies fault…
I worked in a theater and I was paid to see Shark Boy & Lava Girl in 3D (red/blue lenses). I’m colorblind so it didn’t work. I had to make sure the print was undamaged. Worst thing ever.— Aron Jean (@AronDraws) 15 May 2018
But sometimes people just don’t know how to appreciate true art 😡