7 Movies That Were Ruined By One Misjudged Scene

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  • Published on Jul 28, 2018
  • SPOLIERS ahead for the following movies (and the time they appear) -

    Notting Hill: 00:39 - 01:24
    Sunshine: 01:24 - 02:09
    Red River: 02:09 - 02:55
    Django Unchained: 02:55 - 03:32
    The Escapist: 03:32 - 04:14
    Watchmen: 04:14 - 05:10
    The Breakfast Club: 05:10 - 06:22.
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  • Sibyl Saint
    Sibyl Saint 11 days ago

    Did anybody take you up on your offer at the end?

  • Rebekah Hutchins
    Rebekah Hutchins 16 days ago

    Show the actual clips

  • Voice Dude
    Voice Dude 18 days ago

    What a load of bollocks, not to mention a waste of time...

  • Wilder Brannon
    Wilder Brannon 19 days ago

    All good except for the Australians. My take on the whole point of the scene was that its there to represent and implicate Tarantino's complicity and that of the entire british commonwealth in colonial exploitation, but thats also unstudied and superficial.

  • Jason Krantz
    Jason Krantz 20 days ago

    i wish i was as fancy as yall

  • The Joker
    The Joker 20 days ago

    Don't you love people who bash movies that couldn't make a movie themselves.

  • DonJohn80
    DonJohn80 21 day ago

    If you took kids to see Watchmen you deserve any awkward discomfort that comes to you.

  • Mykhalable
    Mykhalable 21 day ago

    Sunshine was such a great film. I would have given it a 9/10 if act III was dropped entirely and just left as a cliffhanger. Tacking on act III ruined the movie entirely and turned it into something I felt embarrassed after watching.

  • mwgreen9
    mwgreen9 22 days ago

    This video wasted my time.

  • fishyc150
    fishyc150 22 days ago

    When she says the line "girl standing infront of a boy..." it was ok.
    It's the scene when he repeats the line in the restaurant with his mates that's pap.

  • way469
    way469 23 days ago

    You can be happy being you... and also taking a little pride in your appearance. Otherwise it's just an excuse to be lazy.

  • Mike Stone
    Mike Stone 24 days ago

    Can't stand this judge mental asshole

  • Nertropolis
    Nertropolis 24 days ago

    5:55 More TVcliprs should spread good messages like this. I have became a fan of yours by this line alone. Hope you have a good day as well.

  • Armand79th
    Armand79th 25 days ago

    Watchmen was utter garbage, following along with the standard set by every other Snyder project.

  • Lawrence Westby
    Lawrence Westby 26 days ago +1

    I liked the pre-makeover Allison and Ally Sheedy played her wonderfully.

  • KesselRunner606
    KesselRunner606 26 days ago

    You could retitle this video "7 scenes in movies that I completely missed the point" and this would make more sense.

  • TheRueuhy
    TheRueuhy 26 days ago

    This video made my "7 youtube channels ruined by an incoherent rambling during a youtube video list" list. Just kidding but this was terrible.

  • TR White
    TR White 26 days ago

    I was wrong.More Jules and Ash and Danny Boyle is so underrated.

  • Nick Britten
    Nick Britten 26 days ago

    Totally agree except The Breakfast Club. It made Ally's character seem happier, so yeah, it was cool. Breakfast Club was about change too don't you know 😉

  • Baron Thomas
    Baron Thomas 26 days ago

    what is a "cheeky whip it"?

  • Baron Thomas
    Baron Thomas 26 days ago

    beef jerky man?????? um...a what????

  • JedForge
    JedForge 27 days ago

    Stick to your day job. Movie critic is not your forte.

  • David Coleman
    David Coleman 27 days ago

    Grease: girl next door gets boy of her dreams by dressing like a hooker.

  • Daniel Savio
    Daniel Savio 28 days ago

    Watchmen was nearly perfect until the end when they completely ruined the whole point of the story by making Dr. Manhattan responsible for the destruction instead of what happened in the comics. The whole point was to give humanity an OUTSIDE enemy.

    • Daniel Savio
      Daniel Savio 28 days ago

      The sex scene is straight out of the comic book.

  • Glen Hallstrom
    Glen Hallstrom 28 days ago

    Sorry guys, gotta call BS on Watchman. In the book, the sex scene happened after the climax. I'm glad Zack moved to where he did.

  • Kneedragon1962
    Kneedragon1962 28 days ago

    I actually rather enjoy the Halleluja scene, but I admit, you wouldn't choose to watch it with your kids or your parents...
    There were several things about The Watchmen that were not quite right, but a central theme of the movie (and I presume the comic it came from) was there are several things about your culture and collective mentality, that are not quite right.... That's sorta the central theme of the story.

  • lilshabaz1862
    lilshabaz1862 28 days ago

    Watchmen's Hallelujah scene. not even gonna say what I thought of it, but the only thing WhatCulture could say about it was that it was awkward to watch with your kids. It's a sex scene. Have you really nothing else that justifies its addition to your list? Pretty weak, guys

  • avengers seven
    avengers seven Month ago

    Who cares what this idiot thinks? Watchmen is a great film. I think it is so easy for morons like this to criticize a film, but you don't see them making full length films, all they do is make pissy short ones and do nothing but moan.

  • winston smith
    winston smith Month ago +1

    i agree completely with 'the breakfast club'...not only did her makeover change the theme of the movie, but i also thought ally sheedy looked far better before the makeover...

  • Max Moore
    Max Moore Month ago

    Revenge of the Sith. Tbh the whole Anakin killing children thing... Well if the point of the prequels was to convert the saga as a whole into telling the story of the rise, fall, and redemption of Anakin Skywalker, this scene invalidates the whole thing! There is no redemtion possible in my eyes - throwing the emperor down a shaft to save his son doesn't make up for this. Poorly thought out and unnecessary scene - the epitome of "ok, you went too far!!"

  • David Howard
    David Howard Month ago

    What I love about this sort of video is that everyone watching agrees until it gets to their own favorite movie. They they go nuts.

  • Alan Bruce
    Alan Bruce Month ago

    Belated comment. I don't see what you're complaining about in most of these. If your only complaint, in one specific case [Watchmen] , was that one scene....Movies have T&A in them. Some movies have sex in them. May I refer you to the movie rating system. If it was somehow rated PG then that was a mistake, otherwise.......that awkward feeling was your fault.

  • vubhuhjkbhubohjb
    vubhuhjkbhubohjb Month ago

    It went too sjw at the end, slap on some makeup and you can pull above your grade everyone knows this.

  • Danielle king
    Danielle king Month ago

    The Breakfast Club .Be yourself unless your an emo kid then go and put on a pretty dress and some make up and find a nice jock boyfriend

  • Danielle king
    Danielle king Month ago

    i like the sex scene.Who would watch Watchmen with their kids?I think its pretty good as a movie.Ihave only casually looked at the source material but i liked the film

  • Danielle king
    Danielle king Month ago

    the escapist was a bit of a mess and the jumbled time line didnt help with the pacing and building tension

  • Danielle king
    Danielle king Month ago

    Sunshine was slow and boring and then didnt make any sense.The effects were good but its a bad film

  • JME R
    JME R Month ago

    COMPLETELY wrong on the Breakfast club

  • Jose Tomas Donoso
    Jose Tomas Donoso Month ago

    So , getting out ( read my other comment if you don't know what I mean ) her makeup means that she doesn't embrace the dark clothes and makeup , she doesn't embrace being alone because she is not gonna suffer with people cause she has friends and they will help her , and know she has a love , so , if she is bullyied he can protect her then or can hep her like no one else has intimitly , but that doesn't mean she won't suffer , but at least she will have people to be with her and give her love that she never had

  • Jose Tomas Donoso
    Jose Tomas Donoso Month ago

    THE BREAKFAST CLUB IS A MASTERPIECE !!!! It is true , it is a fact

  • Zachary Terry
    Zachary Terry Month ago

    If you watch watchmen only once you probably won’t get it but if you watch it two or three times you will understand and that’s how it became one of my favorite movies and I don’t think there’s anything wrong with the Hallelujah part

  • James McKane
    James McKane Month ago

    Turning Ally Sheedy into a babe in the Breakfast Club was great 😝

  • Nathan Hatfield
    Nathan Hatfield Month ago

    Notting Hill is a good movie and the I’m just a Girl scene did not ruin it.

  • Travis Faulkner
    Travis Faulkner Month ago

    The last line of A Few Good Men. "An officer's on deck" is sooooo terribly cheesy especially following the entire "you can't handle the truth!"

  • Harold075
    Harold075 Month ago

    Martha!

  • Pete The Pict
    Pete The Pict Month ago

    That's the bit of Watchmen I fast forward through...it feels like it's in the wrong movie...

  • Harangue Meringue
    Harangue Meringue Month ago

    Idk about this list... I mean, you didn’t even include The Golden Compass! Because the ending of that movie changed completely from the book when (SPOILER) the writer/director opted not to kill the kid. I hated that they did that; although I guess I understand why, because kids & parents today don’t have the stomach for that but it changed the characters’ motivations completely as well as the outcome of the story. Those books were so good but Hollywood’s cowardice destroyed them & erased production of any sequel(s). That’s just one movie that should’ve ended up on this list.

  • Skye ID
    Skye ID 2 months ago

    this guy looks like a hipster about to go snowboarding for the first time.

  • mechtheist
    mechtheist 2 months ago

    The entire Matrix trilogy was ruined by the big reveal scene where you learn what they're using the humans for.

  • osareafallire
    osareafallire 2 months ago

    Good on you for that last bit about feeling alright.

  • Alexander Howell
    Alexander Howell 2 months ago

    I get the scene Hallelujah being on the list but there had to be a sex scene with willing partners in it. Especially after all of the brutal stuff in the movie.

  • Mobius Klein
    Mobius Klein 2 months ago

    As much as i despise Julia Roberts, Notting Hill was and is a very popular movie, all you have shown is that you (personally) hate the scene in questionm it did not RUIN anything.
    I am not going to watch the rest of your video ( i like neither you nor your patter) but i will say this, Watchmen was such a bad movie that no single scene ruined it.

  • Marshall Dawn
    Marshall Dawn 2 months ago

    *which* were ruined

  • *Lady Voldemort*
    *Lady Voldemort* 2 months ago +1

    What ruined what? You just dislike these moments and think that everyone would dislike them, too. I don't understand...these movies are masterpieces and just fine the way they are...can you make a better movies? I don't think so, Sir.

  • Matt Trujillo
    Matt Trujillo 2 months ago

    I hated the make-over scene in Breakfast Club too... That, and the ending of Law Abiding Citizen.

  • kyle tewmey
    kyle tewmey 2 months ago

    After The Dark is a brilliant film if you cut out the last 3 nonsensical minutes.

  • etchasketch64
    etchasketch64 2 months ago

    I'm sorry but Notting Hill is awful. She treats him like shit, and then he ends up apologizing to her by the end.....Ugghh, that movie is awful. A great movie if you think that relationships are just lust, with very little actual long term work to actually make it work.

  • Tommie Jönsson
    Tommie Jönsson 2 months ago

    Values was definitely different in the old days. Today, movies tell you that you should be happy with who you are and if people can't accept that then they can go f**k themselves.
    There is, however, one very famous movie where one of the main characters doesn't change because her love interest doesn't love her back. He had no problem with her during the summer they spent together, but when she ended up going to his school, he pushed her away because in school, he was a bad-boy, and she was a whimp - a whimp that he loved during the summer, remember. SHE had to change so that HE would not feel ashamed for loving her. Despite that totally outdated message, the movie of which I speak is still very popular. Have you guessed it yet? Yep. Grease.

  • ISRAELITE24/7
    ISRAELITE24/7 2 months ago

    I think when people come with expectations they get disappointed more. Especially when you dont follow the comics or books

  • Mike Dolan
    Mike Dolan 2 months ago

    That was cool what you did at the end there. More people need to talk. Cheers, mate. Keep on keepin' on.

  • David Pauley
    David Pauley 2 months ago +1

    The line from Notting Hill was fantastic.

  • 3/502 INF WIDOWMAKER
    3/502 INF WIDOWMAKER 2 months ago

    Speaking of "bloody and whipped" there's your mum's labia....

  • Jeff Doe
    Jeff Doe 2 months ago

    Do you need my spare change?

  • October Jack101
    October Jack101 2 months ago

    I saw watchmen in the thumbnail.

  • Simon Gatfield
    Simon Gatfield 2 months ago

    My shopping list is more accurate

  • tideoftime
    tideoftime 2 months ago

    In re: Breakfast Club makeover. You're likely misunderstanding the underlying context of what the makeover was about. It wasn't about her becoming more like Claire but rather her not having to hide behind her insecurities -- particularly about her relative appearance. She could still be (and certainly was) still a "nutcase", but she didn't have to hide herself under bangs/moppy hair and clothes that she wore like a security blanket. *That* is what that scene was about: Allison being "allowed" to *be herself* without feeling a prisoner of her own neurotic behavior.

  • MYPD SHP
    MYPD SHP 2 months ago

    Batman vs Superman everyone?
    The "Marthaaaa!" scene

  • Donald Mousseau
    Donald Mousseau 2 months ago

    I saw The Watchman. It was more than 1 scene that ruined that film....

  • Raymee101
    Raymee101 2 months ago

    Boring list. Gave up halfway through

  • FG Stout
    FG Stout 2 months ago

    Nice, but to me when the girl said to th guy, "I'm just a girl, routine", and he went back to the defunct restaurant to discuss it with his pals. Was in fact the turning point of the MASSIVE error he made when he repeated it to them. So, to me, it worked. But, I'm just an old fart so, what do I know?

  • Johnny Skyfire
    Johnny Skyfire 2 months ago

    I love Sunshine but yeah, Pinbacker was shit

  • wj goh
    wj goh 2 months ago

    Your such a f..king idiot......you make me crack up. keep em coming

  • GT Bortolotte
    GT Bortolotte 2 months ago

    The Breakfast Club, in my opinion, isn't about especially accepting yourself. It's about a transformation and subvertion of these school stereotypes. They show the problems these types of students have in and out of the school and how other people see them. Overall, I'm not complaining on your opinion, I'm just showing mine. This scene doesn't makes one hurt in this perfect 80's classic.

  • Andy O'Leary
    Andy O'Leary 2 months ago

    About Red River...point taken but it's a point formed after Spaghetti Westerns. Before that audiences were surprised that John Wayne played a flawed character that his son would kill him would've happened in a post anti hero era but not then.

  • Johnboy
    Johnboy 2 months ago

    douche

  • Dave Ridge
    Dave Ridge 2 months ago

    Just because you're paranoid doesn't mean they're not out to get you

  • dareensput
    dareensput 2 months ago

    Nothing ruins sunshine, that movie is perfect

  • braveheartbob
    braveheartbob 3 months ago

    if hugh grant's eyes were any more slanted, he'd be Japanese. is that racist?

  • A Dude Named Larry
    A Dude Named Larry 3 months ago

    While I get your point about the breakfast club scene, how could you not include Emilio Esteves yelling and shattering the windows?

  • Adrian Foster
    Adrian Foster 3 months ago

    "Pull more rug than i do on the weekend"!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! hahhahahahahahaah

  • Joonha Shcal
    Joonha Shcal 3 months ago

    I disagree with Watchmen and Django and the rest I've never seen. I'd probably disagree with those too.

  • Heather Hillman
    Heather Hillman 3 months ago

    I think you're a bit off on The Breakfast Club. Yes, it was about self acceptance, but it was also about accepting others as they are AND also about not judging a book by its cover. The makeover was definitely not out of place within the context of the latter meaning. The jock was able to see the spaz girl for the person she was inside for the first time, because he'd never really seen her before the makeover. Yes, one could say it portrays a negative message in that she shouldn't have to change herself to be more attractive, but like you said, it was the 80's. Besides, weren't we all pretty judgemental of people based on looks when we were teenagers?

  • Ciaran Mcloughlin
    Ciaran Mcloughlin 3 months ago

    Ghostbusters was a good movie, but I really hate that scene where Sigourney Weaver is possessed and objectified. It just goes to show how wasted she is in this film. It's a shame when the actress who played one of the most important action heroines of all time is just a mere damsel in distress when she could have had such a more substantial role. I'm not saying the film is bad, I just can't stand this particular scene.

  • Tanyahachi 07
    Tanyahachi 07 3 months ago

    i don't agree with you about Nothing Hill, that's one of popular movie quotes

  • Anthony Atkinson
    Anthony Atkinson 3 months ago

    Sorry, I liked the watchmen, a lot more grit than the X men

  • Penda, Scourge of the Christians

    I hate it when the people they use on the thumbnail photo don't appear in the vid.

  • Danish Ali
    Danish Ali 3 months ago

    Tsk tsk tsk... You lost me at Hello. 😡
    Julia Roberts and hugh Grant were ❤️ and The Notting Hill scene was brilliant... And then when you brought up watchmen I just gave up on you all together. You'll need to work extremely hard to get you credit back from here.

  • R S
    R S 3 months ago

    Nice hat. Leave OJ out of it.

  • Tony Young
    Tony Young 3 months ago

    Thank you for this. I was brutally flamed for criticizing Watchmen for the Dr. Manhattan/Laurie Jupiter climax I felt was rushed. The sex scene was ridiculous too be cause Dan felt impotent in life as well as in bed. Zack took the line in the comic too literally. Otherwise, I loved the effort put into making this film.

  • Home Brewz NZ
    Home Brewz NZ 3 months ago

    Django was great.

  • Laz Toth
    Laz Toth 3 months ago

    I Love your #1 per list 👍🏼👍🏼👍🏼👍🏼

  • Rumble Fish
    Rumble Fish 3 months ago

    The Nottin Hill thing was... what? That was disgusting? What??? I don't get it at all.

  • Coldwater Bricks
    Coldwater Bricks 3 months ago

    Don't agree with Red River nor Django. And, btw, it wasn't a father/son conflict as the boy was already around 10 when he was (unofficially) adopted by Wayne. Secondly, there wasn't hate between them, just a slightly different set of values. The woman's scene made perfect sense if you think about how it was a substitute for how Wayne's character still loved the woman from the start of the movie. Her speaking up allowed Wayne to acknowledge that he was wrong without conflicting his values concerning the man that "stole from him." I've probably seen the movie 20+ times and think that the scene makes perfect sense, putting it in that context. What would have ruined the movie is if two men, that obviously loved each other very much AND respected each other, had killed one another.
    Django is just a guilty pleasure and you have to suspend disbelief for the film. What's another absurdity (Tarantino) in the grand scheme of things? Don't get me wrong, I love the movie. But one absurdity, in a sea of absurdity, doesn't ruin the film. It just serves to make it longer.

  • nockieboy
    nockieboy 3 months ago

    Meh.

  • MforMovesets
    MforMovesets 3 months ago

    99 Luftballons killed the mood even more than Halleluja in Watchmen. Also, Watchmen isn't for kids. Stop showing that shit to kids America. No wonder you're weaponmongering.

  • Mama Llama
    Mama Llama 3 months ago

    Watchman was lame.

  • Steve Parker
    Steve Parker 3 months ago +1

    Nothing ruined Watchman for me, it was a great movie, the very ending of Django was 💩, just after he blew up the plantation if then pranced about on his horse 😬WTF.

  • shoesncheese
    shoesncheese 3 months ago

    I found that scene in Notting Hill to be pretty touching, but I'm a soft touch, myself.

  • Emilia Konopka
    Emilia Konopka 4 months ago

    I love breakfast club

  • Philip Bedford
    Philip Bedford 4 months ago

    " ..you know the bit I'm talking about...." Nope.