I can't begin to list all the movies I had ruined for me either by idiots in the theater or people screaming spoilers even before I am ever even interested in a movie. Can someone explain to me what the deal with people doing this because I swear to god it's become an epidemic and I don't really care for many movies anymore.
First: What city do you live in?
Second: When do you typically go (I mean how soon after release)?
Well, I don't really go to theaters anymore, but people do this alot online to. I will not be interested in a movie, see spoilers people scream, a year or 2 passes and I'm interested in it now and I remember the bullshit they said so my enjoyment is ruined then, or people scream it out of nowhere before or after it comes out. I HATE IT!
VADER IS LUKE'S FATHER!!!
I've never had this problem at the theaters but I can understand the online thing. I like to avoid sites that might have spoilers, especially ones where other users can post reviews.
SHINJI IS AN EMO BITCH!!
THE GUY'S CAT DIES FROM THE BOMB AND THE ROLLING STONES DON'T COME TO JAPAN AFTER ALL
he's NOT an animal!!!!
>>1 I can only answer this question for myself. Emotionally I am so childish that I only like films with happy endings. If it is gonna be a sad ending, I WANT someone to spoil it for me so I can stop watching right away. If it is gonna be a happy ending, my kids know to reassure me during the frightening bits (eg when the hunter creeps up on Snow White with a knife) that it will all end happily ever after. If they don't reassure me, I will reassure myself out loud. I know it annoys the hell out of everyone, but still, that's what I do.
Do yourself a big favor...it may seem obvious but dont make my mistake...if you truly love movies and dont want them spoiled, dont ever, EVER, work in a movie theater!!!
Pfft. Just see them on opening night to avoid people spoiling you.
I like getting spoiled. For me, it's not about the plot twists. I mean, in this day and age virtually every possible direction a story can take has already been taken on dozens of different occasions.
All that really matters is execution/atmosphere/*****ACTING*****/etc. I enjoy that a lot more than generic plot twist 1457 and shit a lot more brix than the average moviefag.
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