"Three college students lost in the woods, yet any Boy Scout can tell you to follow a river or stream and you will come to homes or a village since people usually live near water. ... Also, two grown men who are afraid of taking the damned map from the 5-foot-tall woman because she said so?"
"I made it maybe 20–30 minutes and had to stop. [The] dialogue was horrible; bad acting, too. As soon as Bella screamed at Jacob about imprinting on her baby (weird on its own) and Kristen screamed, 'You nicknamed her after the Loch Ness Monster?' ... Oof. Major cringe. Still haven’t sat through the watched the rest."
"I watched it several months after it came out and honestly, I think everyone overhyped it. I thought I’d be laughing my ass off. The food poisoning scene is the only one that made me laugh. Otherwise it was meh!"
"I love '80s movies and I’d heard so many good things about it; so with all this time, I figured I’d finally sit down and watch it. I just couldn’t sit through it. A boring plot and too sexual for me to genuinely enjoy."
11.Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales
12.Into the Woods
Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures
"I remember going to see Into the Woods in theaters, and my sister and her husband walked out halfway through. I almost did the same thing. I don’t think i had ever been so bored watching a Disney movie."
"I just can't with Jonah Hill's character and all the dick jokes and hooking up with women way out of their league. It just bothers me he is such a douchebag and treats everyone poorly yet he still feels entitled to sex, because he is neither an attractive nor a nice person."
"I’ve tried to watch it three times but it’s just so bad. There’s nothing keeping you glued to the screen. Once they’re fighting, I fought to keep my attention. Then, I just gave up. And apparently there’s many, many sequels. I don’t know how when the first one can’t even be watched in its entirety."
Restaurant owner Eliot Middleton knows that having access to a car, particularly for those living in rural areas, changes everything. So he fixes broken down cars for free and gives them to people in need.
When Eliot Middleton held a food drive in his rural South Carolina community, he noticed that some individuals didn't make it in time after walking miles to get there. He created a non-profit where he fixes donated junk cars and gives them to people throughout the area in need where public transportation is sparse. "It's the best feeling in the world, nothing surpasses it."