- adj. That cannot be watched; that does not bear watching.
- un- + watchable (Wiktionary)
“What I find pretty much unwatchable is all the (stuff) that's on the costumes," said Jef Billings, a longtime designer who has dressed Peggy Fleming, Michelle Kwan and Sarah Hughes, as well as Canadian Jeff Buttle, the men's bronze medalist.”
“So let's watch it -- not just pronounce it "unwatchable" -- and stand ready to rip Gibson apart -- if there's anything left to rip after he's gelded himself.”
“The original Amityville wasn’t great, you’re right, but the remake was nearly unwatchable from the performances alone.”
“Don’t get me wrong, I’m not deeming the film unwatchable from the get-go, but the film is most certainly a disappointment to the franchise, especially Casino Royale, the film that rebooted the series and gave it that long needed breath of fresh air.”
“Bill O’Reilly, whom I generally find unwatchable, is in trouble and is fighting back.”
“I heard someone the other day describe Spanish football as unwatchable, which is possibly going a bit far.”
“For me the only really "unwatchable" film of theirs is the one truly mainstream movie they have made so far, The Hudsucker Proxy.”
“The resulting film, Life Remote Control, is declared "unwatchable" by Banksy, who then convinces Guetta to leave the tapes with him in London, go back to his Los Angeles home, produce some street art and have an exhibition.”
“Stating what colors M. Night is so ingeniously using (a weak nod to past directors who've done it better) while ultimately creating a movie that should've been named "unwatchable," is akin to the proverbial (and in this case, apt) comparison of not seeing the forest for the trees.”
“Problem was that film "Revolver" was kind of unwatchable and a lot of his recent stuff hasn't really been all that great.”
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