4 Movie Dates That Can Only Be Described As Awful

Friday, December 2 by Frost

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	Relationships aren’t all fluffy cotton <a href='http://www.screenjunkies.com/tag/candy/' class='linkify' target='_blank'>candy</a> and edible unicorns. Sometimes they’re like black licorice, as in these 4 movie dates that can only be described as awful. Take heart that you don’t have it as bad as these poor people or be proud that they can’t even compare to the horrors you encountered when you dated half the Human Resources department at your last job. Throw on your tightest <a href=underwear to gird your loins before you dive back into the chum filled waters of doom now known as going out.

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	“<strong>Back to the Future</strong>”. If you’re not even slightly freaked out at the prospect of your mom wanting you to be her <a href='http://www.screenjunkies.com/tag/prom/' class='linkify' target='_blank'>prom</a> date, then either you have the tightest familial unit ever, the most understanding or highly medicated girlfriend, or you’re just tiptoeing that fine line between <a href='http://www.screenjunkies.com/movies/films/high-school' target='_blank'>high school</a> student and world’s most infamous serial <a href='http://www.screenjunkies.com/tag/killer/' class='linkify' target='_blank'>killer</a> in the making. Nothing can be worse than a movie date where you don’t just want to strike out but you hope the coach keeps you on the bench so you never even come close to making it to first base. Marty <span data-scayt_word=McFly is a heck of an endearing character but with “Back to the Future” he provides enough terror and chills to give your heart an erratic beat for the rest of your life. Watch the avalanche of understanding as McFly realizes whose house he’s landed in and sees that terrible gleam in his future mother’s eyes.

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	“<strong>Mystery Date</strong>”.  A first date is nerve wracking enough, but add in a pissed off flower delivery guy and some people who want to break your legs and you get one of the worst movie dates of all time. By pretending he’s his older brother, Ethan <span data-scayt_word=Hawke gets to land some time with the girl of his dreams but he also gets some unforeseen dangers. Trying to impress a girl while finding out you also have to survive the night makes for a terrible movie date. Truth and lies do a head-on collision in this movie date and only one makes it to the E.R. The scene with Fisher Stevens is a must-see and a great tutorial in how to try to turn a negative into a positive during a date.

better off dead date

Better Off Dead”. The top of your list of things to do when visiting a foreign country has got to be to live in a house where the host mother considers it her duty to foist off her groping, mucus filled son onto you in the hopes of continuing a genetic line that is sketchy at best. In “Better Off Dead”, Monique gets to spend the majority of her American experience fending off Ricky in a series of dates that redefine the concept of awful, from dinner at the neighbors’ house to rides to school with John Cusack’s character, Lane Meyer. There is no place to escape since she lives with the enemy and the enemy’s overbearing, intrusive mother. Enjoy the dinner at the Meyer’s house as terrible “cuisine” meets with Cusack’s sly quips at the romance between Ricky and Monique.

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	“<strong>American Psycho</strong>”. There are more than hurt feelings to the <a href='http://www.screenjunkies.com/tag/threesome/' class='linkify' target='_blank'>threesome</a> in “American Psycho” where this movie date takes a nasty terrible turn as Christie, a work for hire kind of girl, realizes that one of her bedroom companions isn’t coming back to this world anytime soon. Sure it starts all fun and games but any type of date that ends with a chainsaw without <a href='http://www.screenjunkies.com/tag/bruce-campbell-21/' class='linkify' target='_blank'>Bruce Campbell</a> attached to it, is going to be one awful movie date. Although a seriously overt theme, pay attention to the picture perfect obsession with business cards throughout the film as it lends such strength and meaning to something so mundane that it’s worth switching your viewpoint for a few hours to try and delve into Patrick Bateman's mindset. “American Psycho” is a love or hate it type film. Definitely a terrible movie date, it also is a terrible movie for a date due to what can be generally considered as inappropriate scenes.</p>
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