I'd never walk out of the cinema. I'd doubt I'd willingly pay to see a film so bad that that's necessary.
Watching at home, I got 20 minutes into The Piano and got bored. Also I've seen the first two and a half hours of Amadeus about 5 times but have never made it to the end, I do wonder what happens.
Some guy on the Student Room internet forum replied to my post trying to be clever, wasting 2:48 minutes of my time. I was like what the f*** is this s***, so I went to the toilet then I returned to my computer and I thought I won't let some guy on the internet get to me so like f*** you man.
I don't really get the 'if you leave you have too much money' thing. It's not like anyone goes to the cinema intending to leave before the end. And you save money in parking! It doesn't make any sense.
Zombieland was absolutely awful, it wasn't entertaining at all and consequently I never got past 60 mins; no wonder it was in the bargin bucket at Blockbuster.
I rarely go to bad films in the cinema but if I do I stay to the end as have paid for it. Bad Teacher was atrocious but as my ticket was already paid for I endured the whole thing.
This was posted from The Student Room's Android App on my GT-I8150
(Original post by Christien)
I've never walked out in the cinema (who does that?) but I have just said '**** it' to certain DVDs. Guy Ritchie's Revolver, any Stephen Daldry film besides Billy Elliot, and a surprising number of Nicole Kidman films (Australia, Golden Compass, Cold Mountain, The Hours, The Invasion, The Stepford Wives, The Human Stain, and more) given that she's actually a pretty good actress.