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How often do you stay to watch the end credits?


For me, almost never. I'll stay if there's a really interesting song or check where something was filmed. But even then I'll mostly check IMDb.

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mostly

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Till the very end. One, I personally feel it's disrespectful to just ignore the credits of all the people who've worked on it. Two, the end credits offer a nice, slow transition from movie world back to the real world.

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I agree.

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I don't watch the end credits , but if a movie is really amazing I'll look up the writers and director on imdb to see what else they have done for future viewing.

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I will do that also.

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I get that same information going on IMDb. I'll browse a page if it's from a film I really liked.

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I wasn't talking about information, but respect.

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not at home.

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The superhero movies usually have a post credit scene so I'll watch all the way through
Otherwise rarely

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Sorry, I'm the annoying guy who turns his phone on to Google 'does such-and-such have a post credits scene?'

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Nothing wrong with that Andy
I just usually to forget to do that:/

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I normally only remember once the credits start rolling and at that point Iโ€™m thinking, โ€˜oh crap, do I really want to sit here for a quarter of an hour with no payback?โ€™

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Most of the time, unless itโ€™s a super long movie and Iโ€™m just ready to go.

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I always stay until the very end of the credits. You learn interesting facts about the movie, and sometimes there's even an additional scene at the end.

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I like to count the Stuntmen in action movies.

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I like to see where the movie was filmed, cause I like to visit the locations if I'm in the area. I also like to find out what pieces of music they used, among other tidbits of information.

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IMDb is just quicker for me.

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True, but to me it's part of the cinematic experience.

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Almost always. I like to think about the movie and really soak it all in. I find that if I sprint right out the theater, i'm more prone to forgetting I just watched a movie at all.

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Does anyone really give a ratโ€™s patoot who catered the shoot, tutored the child actors, drove a truck, posted the freaking completion bond or scratched the leading ladyโ€™s ass? Maybe their mothers, but NO ONE ELSE. End credits used to be like 30 seconds, and they made sense. They became freaking stupid long ago.

One of the many benefits of home theater: fast-forward through the credits and punch PLAY if anything worthwhile shows up: Jackie Chan out-takes, deleted scenes of background girlsโ€™ casting couch auditions, etc.

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That last sentence though.

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But I'm compelled to find out who the Grip was.

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The only time I start watching the credits is when I want to know an actresses name from the movie.

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