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C. Thomas Howell,
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Audiences were given electronic keypads that allowed them, when prompted during the movie, to make choices about the plot. Audiences were allowed to see the movie several times in order to see the different plot iterations. See more »
Don't Gimme No Attitude
Written by Stevie Mac, Patrick Dollaghan, and Karen Mayo-Chandler
Performed by Carol-Ann
Courtesy of Magic Records See more »
I experienced this movie at a test screening probably 8 years ago. I don't think it really ever went farther than that, I sure never heard about it again. Seeing as I was only a kid at the time, I thought it was relatively funny, but it went right through me and was forgotten, ultimately. It didn't help that you'd often be sent to the "wrong choice" by people in the crowd who thought that choice sounded kinky or something like that. I remember the "bad choice" during one part involved audio surveillance of 3 apartments. Two of them sounded like a crime was being committed, but one consisted of a woman gasping for air and yelling "oh yeah! take Petey out!"
So the immature crowd obviously goes for that one, and we're treated to an obese couple taking their cat "Petey" out of a box. This happened all the time, and ultimately we "lost" the little point contest the movie had. I'm sure this happened every time, and people left feeling gypped. So it goes
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