Funny things you've heard yelled out at the movies.

Lynx

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Two friends and I went to see Rocky Balboa, and a trailer about werewolves came on. It was mediocre, but when the title came up and it said "BLOOD AND CHOCOLATE", my friends and I yelled "WHAT THE ****!?" and everyone in the theater started laughing hysterically.

Only after this, did I find out it was a book first. :roll:
 
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ourchair

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Two friends and I went to see Rocky Balboa, and a trailer about werewolves came on. It was mediocre, but when the title came up and it said "BLOOD AND CHOCOLATE", my friends and I yelled "WHAT THE ****!?" and everyone in the theater started laughing hysterically.

Only after this, did I find out it was a book first. :roll:
I saw the poster for this. I was absolutely convinced the title was meant to be some kind of weird scatological code for a very weird porn flick.
 

TwilightEL

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I saw the poster for this. I was absolutely convinced the title was meant to be some kind of weird scatological code for a very weird porn flick.

I think there's been a trend recently about horrible, cheesy romance novels with vampires and other supernatural beings. Is the movie based off of one of them?
 

moonmaster

Without him, all of you would be lost souls roamin
I saw the poster for this. I was absolutely convinced the title was meant to be some kind of weird scatological code for a very weird porn flick.
:lol:

"THIS SUMMER

CHOCOLATE AND LEMONADE

STARRING R. KELLY"
I think there's been a trend recently about horrible, cheesy romance novels with vampires and other supernatural beings. Is the movie based off of one of them?
It's from the creators of Underworld. :roll:

I am sick of sweaty, European people who turn into warewolves/vampires in order to get into lame Matrix-rip-off fight scenes and pretend that they're sexy.
 

Lynx

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I am sick of sweaty, European people who turn into warewolves/vampires in order to get into lame Matrix-rip-off fight scenes and pretend that they're sexy.

Seriously. I wish someone would do a GOOD vampire or werewolf movie again. Like Interview with a Vampire or American Werewolf in London. Both classics.

Vampires and Werewolves are monsters. Not societies of misunderstood lost souls.
 

Planet-man

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Seriously. I wish someone would do a GOOD vampire or werewolf movie again. Like Interview with a Vampire or American Werewolf in London. Both classics.

Vampires and Werewolves are monsters. Not societies of misunderstood lost souls.

If anybody wants to see pretty much the best serious vampire movie ever, go out and rent Shadow of the Vampire, with John Malkovich and Willem Dafoe. You will not be disappointed.
 

Goodwill

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My friends and I went to see White Noise... And someone was snoring. Obnoxiously. During the movie.

Someone yells, "God damn, there's some White Noise in here!"

:lol:
 

Random

Didn't **** any of those *****es
My friends and I went to see White Noise... And someone was snoring. Obnoxiously. During the movie.

Someone yells, "God damn, there's some White Noise in here!"

:lol:

I remember seeing Star Wars Episode III and the guy next to me was snoring, but he was awake, just every few minutes he'd just make a snoring sound, my friend thought it was me
 

ourchair

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If anybody wants to see pretty much the best serious vampire movie ever, go out and rent Shadow of the Vampire, with John Malkovich and Willem Dafoe. You will not be disappointed.
I agree.

See Planet-man? There do exist movies that we BOTH like.

Mrs. Doubtfire is still complete turdwash.
 

Entropy

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If anybody wants to see pretty much the best serious vampire movie ever, go out and rent Shadow of the Vampire, with John Malkovich and Willem Dafoe. You will not be disappointed.

I commend you on your tastes, but I wouldn't say it's the BEST vampire movie. It's just damn good. It's REALLY interesting to watch in tandem with Murnau's original Nosferatu and Werner Herzog's Nosferatu the Vampyre. For my money, one of the best vampire movies (and my personal favorite take on the character) is Bram Stoker's Dracula. Gary Oldman is a beast of an actor.

You know what, this topic deserves its own thread. I'm gonna start one.
 

Victor Von Doom

Fist of teh Internets.
I went to a comic convention in Bristol and there was a screening of the Judge Dredd film starring Sylvester Stallone.

The presenter/host of the screening was Alan Bishop, the editor of 2000AD.

For three hours the man just ripped the **** out of the film. It was brilliant. He'd pause it and yell.

There was one scene:
Hershey: "Look Dredd, I have friends, I have a social life."
Bishop paused the film.
Bishop: "I invented the character. No she doesn't."
Then hit play.

After a while, the audience started getting in on it, and there's a scene where Judge Dredd has a gun pointed at the villain Rico who has Hershey held hostage: the big ABC mecha warrior is holding Hershey by the head. Then evil Judge Rico says, "Robot, on the count of three crush her head! 1... 2..." and Dredd drops his gun and surrenders.

Someone yelled, "WHY DOESN'T HE JUST SHOOT RICO THEN HE CAN'T SAY 'THREE'?!?!?!?!?!"

Another great moment was in the climax, before the sequence began, Bishop paused the film and said, "Watch. The explosion starts for no reason." Ten-fifteen minutes later, the explosion happens and the audience remembers what he said, and how we all laughed.

I remember seeing the Two Towers trailer in the cinemas and we all already knew Gandalf came back and in the trailer, at the end of the trailer Gandalf 'returns'. A friend of mine, quite mockingly, yelled "WHAT?!?! BUT HE'S DEAD!!!"

But the most recent example was me:

We went to see Rocky Balboa and in the trailers there was a trailer for a film that played the Requiem for a Dream music as it's 'hook' went across the screen.

EVERY SECOND...

A SUN EXPLODES...

IN 2007...

IT WILL BE OURS...

Immediately I began laughing loudly and hysterically, only increasing with laughter as the plot of the film seems to revolve around a crack team's attempt to REIGNITE the sun with a bomb. (!!!)

Then, one character in the trailer says, I kid you not:

"If the sun dies - we all die."

I laughed even louder.

Then I fell to the floor, crying and howling with laughter when the title of the film was displayed:

SUNSHINE

My friends and I don't call "shotgun" for the front seat of a car, but rather yell, "I AM.... THE LAW!"

It was hysterical to see Alan Bishop yell at a projected Sylvester Stallone demanding to know why, when Dredd's catchphrase is, "I am the law" they felt that his catchphrase for the movie should be, "I knew you'd say that."

There's a scene in Judge Dredd where Dredd is in a block war (and oh, the hatred that had. "A block war in Megacity 1 involves millions of people killing each other, this is just six guys and a shotgun") and when he gets up to the perps' room, he turns into the room, shoots, goes back in cover, changes the ammo in his gun and turns and fires and so forth.

Such heckling I have never heard.

Dredd: "Double whammmy"
tape pauses
Bishop: "No Judge would ever say 'double whammy'."
tape continues
Dredd: "Signal flare"
tape pauses
Bishop: "Can he not see inside the room?!"

Judge Dredd was on yesterday and I instantly thought back to these posts. It made the movie that much funnier.


I AM THE LAW!





I think I wanna watch "Demolition Man" this weekend. :?
 

JonnyFreeze

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"hey you`re on tv!!!"
god i love demolition man

to add to the thread though, we were watching King Arthur and i forget who it was but they had a bird of some sort that flew from their arm and someone in the audience shouted "Craaaig Daaavid". maybe you have to be british to get that
 

Gothamite

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Man some of that Judge Dredd stuff is the funniest stuff I've read in a while...

The only thing that comes to mind right now is in Spider-Man 3 during the deus-ex butler scene, where Bernard says "I've seen things in this house that I've never spoken of..."

There was a load uproar of laughter from the left side of the theatre that became very contagious.

Someone has to make a Brokeback trailer out of Spidey 3, because there's so many funny lines and dramatic shots that could potentially become gay sub-plots, if edited correctly.
 

Fuzzy Birds

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SPOILERS

There was a great big collective 'WAHEYYYY!!!' from all the males, and a 'AWWWWW!!' from all the females in the audience when Orlando got killed in POTC3. The cries were reversed when he returned.

Also, I stayed right 'til the end to see what I was sure was gonna be a funny after-the-credits scene. When it turned out to be Orlando and Kieras ugly little kid singing out of tune, my friend next to me cried 'Urgh! The Bloomsprog!!'.
 

Foolsfolly

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I saw TMNT and there was a ****LOAD of kids in the theater. For one reason or another two kids were fighting but no one heard them until the very last comment which happened RIGHT when the screen went silent for a moment and we all heard this kid (no more than 8) scream out as loud as possible, "I'M GONNA BEAT YA MOMMA!"

The whole theater laughed.

That was the best part of TMNT, outside of the Leo/Raphael fight.
 

ultimatedjf

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I saw TMNT and there was a ****LOAD of kids in the theater. For one reason or another two kids were fighting but no one heard them until the very last comment which happened RIGHT when the screen went silent for a moment and we all heard this kid (no more than 8) scream out as loud as possible, "I'M GONNA BEAT YA MOMMA!"

The whole theater laughed.

That was the best part of TMNT, outside of the Leo/Raphael fight.


:lol: :lol:
 

ourchair

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Bass and I are of the same spirit, I still say "I AM THE LAW" in my most obnoxious fake Stallone accent whenever I can.

Too bad no one ever gets it when I do that.

Not even compound.
 

Planet-man

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Last night at Live Free Or Die Hard, during the scene where
John is beating up the Asian chick
, my friend says, just loud enough for the people one or two rows around us to hear, "Graphic rape scene!!!".

I was literally in tears over that. I was still silently chuckling about 5 minutes later.:lol:
 

Lynx

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I go to the movies a lot, almost always AMC. Before the movie, they always have these quotes from celebrities.

Well, one came up from Lindsay Lohan and said "I am the hardest working person I know", so I laughed and yelled "Yeah, maybe on top" and everybody in the theater laughed.
 

Gothamite

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Last night at Live Free Or Die Hard, during the scene where
John is beating up the Asian chick
, my friend says, just loud enough for the people one or two rows around us to hear, "Graphic rape scene!!!".

I was literally in tears over that. I was still silently chuckling about 5 minutes later.:lol:

I am sooo doing that when I go to see this flick...:lol:
 
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