7 Movies That Were Ruined By One Misjudged Scene

  • 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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  • Marshall Dawn
    Marshall Dawn Day ago

    *which* were ruined

  • *Mrs. Voldemort*
    *Mrs. Voldemort* 3 days 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 3 days ago

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

  • kyle tewmey
    kyle tewmey 3 days ago

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

  • Joshua Ettinger
    Joshua Ettinger 4 days 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 4 days 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 Despite that totally outdated message, the movie of which I speak is still very popular.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.

  • GRIFFIS061
    GRIFFIS061 6 days 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 8 days 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 8 days ago +1

    The line from Notting Hill was fantastic.


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

  • Jeff Doe
    Jeff Doe 10 days ago

    Do you need my spare change?

  • October Jack101
    October Jack101 12 days ago

    I saw watchmen in the thumbnail.

  • Simon Gatfield
    Simon Gatfield 13 days ago

    My shopping list is more accurate

  • tideoftime
    tideoftime 13 days 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 13 days ago

    Batman vs Superman everyone?
    The "Marthaaaa!" scene

  • Donald Mousseau
    Donald Mousseau 13 days ago

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

  • Raymee101
    Raymee101 13 days ago

    Boring list. Gave up halfway through

  • FG Stout
    FG Stout 13 days 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 14 days ago

    I love Sunshine but yeah, Pinbacker was shit

  • wj goh
    wj goh 15 days ago

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

  • GT Bortolotte
    GT Bortolotte 15 days 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 15 days 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 17 days ago


  • Dave Ridge
    Dave Ridge 17 days ago

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

  • SynthBritannia
    SynthBritannia 17 days ago

    Nothing ruins sunshine, that movie is perfect

  • braveheartbob
    braveheartbob 18 days 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 21 day 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 21 day ago

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

  • Joonha Shcal
    Joonha Shcal 23 days 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 24 days 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 24 days 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 25 days ago

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

  • Anthony Atkinson
    Anthony Atkinson 26 days 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 28 days 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 28 days ago

    Nice hat. Leave OJ out of it.

  • Tony Young
    Tony Young Month 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 Month ago

    Django was great.

  • Laz Toth
    Laz Toth Month ago

    I Love your #1 per list 👍🏼👍🏼👍🏼👍🏼

  • Rumble Fish
    Rumble Fish Month ago

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

  • Coldwater Bricks
    Coldwater Bricks Month 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 Month ago


  • MforMovesets
    MforMovesets Month 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 Month ago

    Watchman was lame.

  • Steve Parker
    Steve Parker Month 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 Month ago

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

  • Emilia Konopka
    Emilia Konopka Month ago

    I love breakfast club

  • Philip Bedford
    Philip Bedford Month ago

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

  • MrSmitty2733
    MrSmitty2733 Month ago

    Well done. I love this guy. His delivery alone got me up.

  • ECNIRP19997
    ECNIRP19997 Month ago


  • Reservoir Channel
    Reservoir Channel Month ago

    its not a film, its A MOVIE!!!

  • berner
    berner Month ago

    But before we start, don't forget to click subscribe, like, share, breathe, scratch your balls, pay your bills, eat later, get your groceries and subscribe.

  • Dzanga The Great
    Dzanga The Great Month ago

    Jules the Savage
    "And that's my one per list" 😂😂😂

  • Tango Down
    Tango Down Month ago

    this video really needs to add itself to its own bloody list! I haven't even heard of the vast majority of these no names flick except two, the scenes mentioned didn't remotely "ruin" the films in the least! He was totally and utterly wrong about Watchmen and the Breakfast Club, all the rest, I've never even heard of.

  • Scott Sullivan
    Scott Sullivan 2 months ago

    I must get in my two cents on Notting Hill. First of all, not at all ashamed to admit that it is among my favorite movies of all time. On the "film-geek" plane...it is a reverse Cinderella story, has one of the most brilliant "montage" scenes ever (with Hugh Grant walking through all four seasons to the sound of "Ain't no sunshine when she's gone"...all filmed in a single take along a single street...BRILLIANT) tvclip.biz/video/Ce_BXD_ONQ8/video.html, and a wonderful collection of side characters and stories...not to mention the perfect chemistry between Hugh Grant and Julia Roberts.
    As to the cornball line...the beauty of it is that the writers acknowledge this in the diner conversation where Hugh Grant acknowledges to his friends that, as an actress, of course she can "deliver a line."
    Fact is, actors and actresses do tend to be a bit overly dramatic...even in real life. When you spend your career, or even your whole life delivering lines, sometimes "cornball" lines just become a part of your normal way of speaking.
    So ...cornball? yeah. But that's also what makes it so charming and real. Without the restaurant scene afterwards, I might agree with you. But when you're trying really hard to ask someone to love you, especially after you've really fouled things up, sometimes, cornball lines are just exactly what you are feeling in the moment.

  • TheGr8stManEvr
    TheGr8stManEvr 2 months ago


  • Njofrekk
    Njofrekk 2 months ago

    Just wasted 6 and a half minutes of my life...at least now I know to avoid this pointless channel...

  • Joe McGarrity
    Joe McGarrity 2 months ago

    Tarantino is brilliant. You're not.

  • Evil Queen Of Cakes
    Evil Queen Of Cakes 2 months ago

    The Watchmen is awesome 💗
    The sex scene was awful lol

  • huggysocks
    huggysocks 2 months ago

    Video should be called "nitpicking small scenes in great movies and misunderstanding others" By the way did you watch the breakfast club?

  • Gary Kabler
    Gary Kabler 2 months ago

    I thought that Notting Hill was the most boring, unfunny "comedy" that I've ever seen. I remember sitting in the theater watching it and not cracking a smile through the entire film!

  • Kevin Ryan
    Kevin Ryan 2 months ago

    You are a fucking idiot and have no idea what you are talking about. Please stop making videos.

  • jw zacher
    jw zacher 2 months ago

    Chasing Amy. Had to be there.

  • ReviewTube
    ReviewTube 2 months ago

    Are kidding me? The hallelujah scene was a master of love on screen.

  • Jason Hopkins
    Jason Hopkins 2 months ago

    That sex scene in Watchmen was alright. Could have done without it. The exaggerated violence & extra gore Snyder added to the action sequences were a bigger dud to me.

  • Zee Ski
    Zee Ski 2 months ago

    How about mentioning in the force awakens when a girl not trained in the force is able to jedi mine trick her captor so she can escape. That completely took me out of the movie

  • Neil Dennis
    Neil Dennis 2 months ago

    If you ignore how QT ignored numerous things that couldn’t have happened in 1858 (including repeating rifles), Django’s fun.

  • Mumbles NUMBA_1
    Mumbles NUMBA_1 2 months ago

    Retro 0J

  • Mark Stone
    Mark Stone 2 months ago

    The Breakfast Club is not about self-acceptance, it's about how very different people can find common ground and overcome prejudices.

  • Lina Claes
    Lina Claes 2 months ago

    jewish job orange canvas place sense brand movie sodium english.

  • xaninha123
    xaninha123 2 months ago

    Oh boy I wonder what that nu-male piece of shit has to say about movies!

  • mimic mimic
    mimic mimic 2 months ago

    One TVclip video that was ruined by a misjudged hat!

  • Jose Fernando Ochoa Coello

    is whatculture becoming the new watchmojo?? #gettingmoredislikesforidioticslists

  • bigearedmouse17
    bigearedmouse17 2 months ago

    NOBODY said or thought that about WATCHMAN ?

  • reefergladness
    reefergladness 2 months ago

    fight club, the prestige and usual suspects all had one twist too many

  • Idalmi Acosta
    Idalmi Acosta 2 months ago

    I completely agree on Django it was cheap thrills that scene and horribly acted and unnecessary

  • Andracoz
    Andracoz 2 months ago

    Disagree with all 7.

  • Gregory Anderson
    Gregory Anderson 2 months ago

    Being yourself doesn't mean you cannot change. We all change over time. Most women do a makeover daily. I liked the grungy Ally Sheedy. All of the club changes in this movie. The song implies that they are all likely do revert as soon as they walk away. It is not so much about self acceptance but acceptance of others different than ourselves. The final scene is Judd Nelson put Molly Ringwald's earing in his ear and feeling triumphant. He doesn't get the girl, but he triumphs in the fact that he had her attention on that particular day.
    Dear Mr. Vernon, we accept the fact that we had to sacrifice a whole saturday in detention for whatever it is we did wrong, but we think you're crazy for making us write an essay telling you who we think we are. You see us as you want to see us, in the simplest terms, in the most convenient definitions. But what we found out, is that each one of us is a brain, and an athlete, and a basketcase, a princess, and a criminal. Does that answer your question? Sincerely yours, The Breakfast Club.

  • Peter Kent
    Peter Kent 2 months ago

    I don't even remember the sex scene in Watchmen... Is it possible I've seen a differently rated version. Damn!

  • yurdp
    yurdp 2 months ago

    I think the makeover was more about trying something new, not about changing who she is.

  • HamOnTheCob
    HamOnTheCob 2 months ago

    Re: The Breakfast Club, I think the point was that she always wanted to be a girly girl but she never thought she was worth anything and never thought she was pretty enough to be a part of that scene. So by doing the makeover and having Charlie Sheen's brother fall for her, it was showing her that in fact she wasn't worthless and that she really was good enough and pretty enough to be the person she always wanted to be. At least that's how I've taken it. I've probably seen that movie more than any other, and once in a while I find a new perspective, so I could be wrong of course.
    Great video as always. Cheers!

  • Craig A Russell
    Craig A Russell 2 months ago

    Who is watching the 'Watchmen',,koz I was only interested in seeing that gorgeous Lady in the sussies aye that 50's look..and then her braw daughter with that kinky latex outfit that made me want her to just parade her lovely self right there and then..facking BEAUTIFUL.. And sum😈✌😈〽🆒✔😁

  • Majin Luu
    Majin Luu 2 months ago

    Totally agreed with the Watchmen. Fantastic movie but that scene was just so awkward to watch. So glad after all these years I'm not alone in thinking that 😂😂

  • Gav-Van DreamerMakerFixer

    You really need to re-watch the Breakfast Club.. because you missed the point of that sceen totally

  • Russ Ohlhausen
    Russ Ohlhausen 2 months ago

    The only one I whole-heartedly agree with is The Breakfast Club. Emilio, dude? Your dancing sucked, your window-shattering roar after toking up was ludicrous...and you expected Ally Sheedy to tart up for YOU? No way, Sporto. That scene always made me go 'grrrr'.

  • Fᴇᴜᴇʀʙʟᴜᴛ [RAGEMODE]

    99,9% of Sex scenes in movies look fake and unrealistic as shit and add nothing to the plot.
    That's why 99,9%of Sex scenes ruin movies and series for me including watchmen but this movie was dogshit anyway.
    Yet it still managed to ruin this wonderful song for me.

  • Isra man
    Isra man 2 months ago

    I actually liked that scene in Django Unchained. The whole movie was beautifully done.

  • Thomas Hughes
    Thomas Hughes 2 months ago

    @WhatCulture No one should be watching Watchmen with their kids, they are horrible parents if they do. The violence/gore is far worse than the sex scene, although that was an awkward scene, I do agree.

  • PGDJ
    PGDJ 2 months ago

    Django unchained is in no way ruined...at all... ever....

  • TheaterPup
    TheaterPup 2 months ago

    I will defend the Breakfast Club one. All of the students are having their defenses and disguises shattered, including Ally Sheedy's character. She is more than just a weirdo loner, the same way Emilio Estevez is more than just the dumb jock.

  • Rational Conservative
    Rational Conservative 2 months ago

    I wouldn't say that the Australian scene ruined Django. I would say that it was unnecessary.
    Watchmen was rated R. If you brought your 8 year old, that is on you. That airship scene was great. It wasn't just gratuitous sex like so many movies like to insert into their movies. It actually meant something to both characters. What that scene demonstrated, among other things, was that Jupiter was starting to let go of Dr. Manhattan.

  • Margaret Gust
    Margaret Gust 2 months ago

    You watch some pretty crappy movies. The Breakfast Club scene was fine - these were teenagers and they don't know who they are yet. It is perfectly fine that the girl tried changing her appearance - that is what teenaged girls are supposed to do. I thought the message of that film was that everyone thought all the other people around them were more self-confident and knew what they were going - they discovered they were all searching for their own identities.

  • dyl flah
    dyl flah 3 months ago

    breakfast club is perfect.

  • Alan Raptor
    Alan Raptor 3 months ago

    er dude.. the sex scene in watchmen iirc is right between Rorschach burning some guys face off with chip fat and someone else getting their arms cut off with a circular saw. You probably shouldn't have been watching it with your kids.

  • Laurence Morgan
    Laurence Morgan 3 months ago

    worthless opinions are a plenty

  • legofan370
    legofan370 3 months ago

    What's so funny, is that everyone complains about the Hallelujah sex scene from Watchmen, yet it was taken verbatim from the original novel, right down to the fire ejaculate symbolism. So blame Alan Moore or Dave Gibbons. Sure Snyder could've taken the scene out, but it did add to the characters of Nite Owl II and Silk Spectre II a bit. But whatever, that's just my thoughts.

  • Brian A A.
    Brian A A. 3 months ago


  • 3333glen
    3333glen 3 months ago

    You loved Sunshine? The plot was f-ing stupid.

  • Kyle Campbell
    Kyle Campbell 3 months ago

    Who would watch Watchmen with their parents?
    It is more violent than Deadpool and Logan combined

  • MrRedwood86
    MrRedwood86 3 months ago

    I agree with your general synopsis of the Watchmen, but that scene that you think rather cringe-worthy felt really natural to me. I was fine with the whole thing, and I loved the movie. The Django Unchained scene, while I admit that I didn't really care for it and it seemed a tad out of place, it did not bother me and I was perfectly OK with watching a couple of guys with horridly fake Australian accents get shot up and blown to shit.