Some movies strive to make you laugh, others – to make you cry; some show you happy endings, others – the brutal reality. There are, however, movies that have failed to grasp the viewers’ curiosity or simply grossed them out so much that the movie-goers left the theater. Have you ever walked out on the movie? What was it and why? Leave your stories in the comments!
1. “Cloverfield” (2008)
Cloverfield wasn’t even that bad, so why were people leaving in the middle of it? Was the monster too terrifying? Maybe the acting was atrocious? Nah, that can’t be it… In reality people physically could not stand the shaky “found footage” format. And I gotta admit, I once watched it on a huge TV screen and almost barfed as well.
2. “The Blair Witch Project” (1999)
Speaking of the “found footage” format, “The Blair Witch Project” did it way before Cloverfield but the result was still the same. People were leaving the cinema all dizzy and nauseous.
3. “Pulp Fiction” (1994)
Okay, I’m not the biggest fan of Tarantino’s “Pulp Fiction” but even I’d never leave the theater because the movie was too violent, which is basically exactly what happened in 1994. Next time you want to protest against a movie, just don’t buy a ticket.