Least favorite movie moments...What are yours?

@miamilady (4923)
United States
February 16, 2008 5:00pm CST
"True Lies" is on television right now. I enjoyed the movie but there was a scene in it that just made me squirm. I think I actually got goosebumps. I was embarassed watching it! Can you guess what scene it is? It's the scene where Jamie Lee Curtis decides to do a pole dance. I'm not sure why, but that scene really got to me. Maybe it's cuz I can't dance. Maybe I was thinking I would probably fall too! lol On a more serious note. A couple of my other least favorite movie scenes came from the movies, Cape Fear and The Accused. Both of those movies just had scenes which were way to intense for me. In Cape Fear, it was when the pycho dude, (who was it Robert Deniro?) met a woman, I think at a bar and took her home. They started doing the deed and he ended up biting a chunk out of her face!. That whole scene from beginning to end just had me on the edge of my seat. The other scene was from the movie The Accused, when the Jodie Foster character is raped in the bar. Another scene where a female character is horribly victimized. Sheesh. How do these actors bring themselves to do these scene?? I guess their big paychecks have something to do with that huh? Do you have a least favortite movie moment? It can be comical, annoying, intense, whatever you want it to be!
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• United States
16 Feb 08
My favorite movie is The devil's advocate with Al Pacino and Keanu Reeves. But there is one part I cannot not watch at all. It is when his wife Mary Ann is hallucinating that she sees a baby crawling in their apartment and when she gets up close to the baby the baby is holding her ovaries and fallopian tubes in its hands. It creeps me out every dang time I see it. So now I just skip to the end of that chapter on the DVD.
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@miamilady (4923)
• United States
17 Feb 08
I remember that movie. It was CRAZY lol. I liked the movie, but there were some intense scenes. I vaguely remember the hallucination scene, but I don't specifically rember falopian tubes. It may be that I didn't realize what they were.
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@mcrowl (1050)
• New Zealand
17 Feb 08
I think my worst scene is in Elizabethtown, where Susan Sarandon dances for the people at the memorial. It's just plain embarrassing!
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• United States
17 Feb 08
One scene that I don't see but I love the film is in North By Northwest. It is the Mount Rushmore chase.I Hate statues and I thought I could Never see this great film until it dawned on me, just don't see the end.and that's what I do.When I see it on tape I just let the tape run and i listen and not watch. Another is the " discussion " between Kirk and the Being in Star Trek 5.I do the same thing I do with North By Northwest.And I Never see Sonny get killed in The Godfather.There is a scene in El Dorado That I don't see. It has to do with a shoot out. I haven't seen it in years so I can't describe the scene. There may be more but these are the ones that came to mind.
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@winterose (39895)
• Canada
17 Feb 08
I remember how upset I was when I saw the omen and saw gregory peck with a knife held up in front of that little boy and I wondered how could any mother put a child through that, it throughly disgusted me. slasher movies make me sick I won't watch them.
@winterose (39895)
• Canada
17 Feb 08
I think there should be much stronger legilation about that myself.
@zeloguy (4913)
• United States
18 Feb 08
There are a lot of movie moments... one that comes out clear as day is the ending to the movie 'Castaway'. I was really disappointed with that. Yeah he delivered the package... finally but there was a whole other plotline that could be followed and if nothing else there could have been a sequal or something to the story. It was almost a copout for time or something. Really didn't like it. A lot (if not ALL) French films end very abruptly and leave you wondering, huh? There was another movie that I saw recently that did the same thing and I will have to look to see what it was... can't remember right off the top of my head. Thanks Zelo
@gardengrrl (1445)
• United States
18 Feb 08
I still can't watch the scene in the original Terminator where Arnie plucks out the damaged eyeball. Too realistic, especially when its floating in the sink afterward! Yuck!
@estherlou (5017)
• United States
17 Feb 08
I remember that scene from True Lies. It was pretty intense. The thing that "saved" it from being too intense and too sensual, was when she stumbled...you laughed and realized she was an ordinary person, despite the fact she has a great body. I thought it funny her husband was actually surprised and shocked at how well she did.
@faith210 (11233)
• Philippines
17 Feb 08
Hi miamilady! Yes, i do have watched some scenes from different movies that I do find quite not to my taste. I do remember that scene from True Lies where Jamie Lee Curtis did a pole dance..well, personally I didn't like it maybe because it does not suit her character although she has a great body. I don't remember all the movies and scenes right now but definitely there are scenes that I really wished I didn't see. hehe..Just my thoughts. take care and have a nice day!
@LittleMel (14033)
• Canada
17 Feb 08
I remember watching 13 ghosts I don't mind the movie but it's just too much blood. the ghost in the bathroom for example covered in so much blood as if she bathed in it. the other ghosts don't look as much like that.
@Lakota12 (42681)
• United States
17 Feb 08
I dont know about not really liking a scwene in a movie I like intence scenes I guess the ones I really hate is the actors doing the dirty deed on scene I dont like to watch those part s at all .