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Directors: Sean Evans Roger Waters. In Florida, parents can hire Wrinkles the Clown to scare their misbehaving children. Director: Michael Beach Nichols. Directors: Jill Culton Todd Wilderman. The continuing story of the Crawley family, wealthy owners of a large estate in the English countryside in the early 20th century. Director: Michael Engler. Inspired by the viral New York Magazine article, Hustlers follows a crew of savvy former strip club employees who band together to turn the tables on their Wall Street clients.

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Director: Lorene Scafaria. Twenty-seven years after their first encounter with the terrifying Pennywise, the Losers Club have grown up and moved away, until a devastating phone call brings them back. Director: Andy Muschietti. Astronaut Roy McBride undertakes a mission across an unforgiving solar system to uncover the truth about his missing father and his doomed expedition that now, 30 years later, threatens the universe.

Director: James Gray. Rambo must confront his past and unearth his ruthless combat skills to exact revenge in a final mission. Director: Adrian Grunberg. Legendary performer Judy Garland arrives in London in the winter of to perform a series of sold-out concerts. Director: Rupert Goold.

The plot pits the "normal" members of the circus against the "freaks. Viewers were supposed to learn that one's looks do not equate to one's morality, but moviegoers didn't see it that way. The Hollywood Reporter called it "an outrageous onslaught upon the feelings, the senses, the brains and the stomachs of an audience. It's hard to comprehend that level of loathing among today's audiences. In , outdoorsman Aron Ralston was trapped in a slot canyon in Utah, his right arm pinned by a boulder, for hours. To escape, he sawed off his arm with a dull pocketknife. True story. In , Director Danny Boyle released a movie about it, starring James Franco as Ralston, but when viewers arrived at that pivotal scene, many couldn't hack it.

This isn't a horror film," Franco told Vulture. You, as the audience, are going through it with Aron. When you watch the footage of him talking into that video camera to his family, you feel like he's talking directly to you. And when he cuts off his arm, maybe it feels like it's happening to you.

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Despite the suffering of moviegoers, the film was nominated for six Academy Awards, including best picture and best actor. Don't be ashamed if this controversial French film makes you want to curl up in the fetal position.

Critic Roger Ebert gave the movie three stars but called it "so violent and cruel that most people will find it unwatchable. Viewers walked out at even the most highfalutin film festivals, but it wasn't just the brutality that overwhelmed audiences. There was also a scientific explanation for their abhorrence. Though such extreme bass waves are inaudible to humans, infrasound "has been demonstrated to induce anxiety, extreme sorrow, heart palpitations and shivering," the BBC reported in The Paranormal Activity franchise and other horror movies have allegedly used this tactic as well, so the next time you're watching a movie between your fingers, don't fault your courage.

Blame the fear frequency.

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Film scholars called this movie a masterpiece, while the man on the street asked for his money back. Terrence Malick's experimental drama explores the creation of the world, the meaning of life, the polarizing tug between science and religion, and the complexities of a family's bond as experienced by a middle-aged man's childhood memories of s Texas. That's a long sentence about an ambitious film. Go ahead, let it digest. Perhaps it was too much for the average date night, because folks left the movie in droves.

They weren't scared or grossed out. They just didn't like it. Disputes about refunds arose, and theaters scrambled to make clear their policies. The Avon Theater in Connecticut posted a sign urging customers to "read up on the film before choosing to see it" because it was not issuing refunds, reported The New York Times. Other cinemas agreed to reimbursements for those who left within 30 minutes. If the found-footage horror film Cloverfield makes you lose your lunch, fear not, you're not alone. Because so many people got sick during screenings, some cinemas began posting warning signs, and WebMD wrote an article about it: "While motion sickness is usually caused by plane, boat, or car movement, bumpy camerawork could definitely do it, too," said Dr.

Michael W. In the movie, six Manhattan millennials are attending a party when a gigantic monster attacks the city. Their experience is documented on a personal video camera later recovered by the U. Department of Defense. The footage was so jerky that much popcorn was regurgitated in cinema seats, bathrooms, and the expanse of flooring between the seats and the bathrooms.

According to WebMD , "Motion sickness occurs when the brain receives conflicting messages from the inner ear, the eyes, and other parts of the body.

While watching Cloverfield , viewers were sitting still in their seats, so there inner ear was telling their body they were motionless. But the bumpy camera movements—and their eyes—misled them into thinking they were moving erratically. Read more. A thoughtful documentary gets under the skin of a sci-fi-horror masterpiece. Also in theaters now.

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Tweens just wanna have fun in a profane comedy that plays off its cast's innocence. Gerard Butler's Secret Service killing machine ends the trilogy in entertaining style. Get us in your inbox Sign up to our newsletter for the latest and greatest from your city and beyond. We already have this email.

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