“the kid in the 2007 version of funny games was so annoying. i was so happy when they killed him off.”
“Funny Games was not especially scary, gory, or suspenseful, but it fucked me up for a week.”
"i want peter and paul from funny games to play funny games with me in the bedroom"
“Funny Games (U.S.) was excellent. It was a movie that tore my nerves up because of the hostage-ness. Naomi Watts did a great job.”
“After watching “Funny Games” I don’t want to go to my family vacation home. It wasn’t even the scariest movie, it just left me extremely wary of vacation strangers.”
“I was really excited to watch Funny Games, and while I enjoyed some aspects of it I was really bored and disappointed in the end.”
"I hate the original Funny Games. What the hell was up with the remote part? I’ve never been so pissed at a movie before. That was unreal and impossible."
“Paul from funny games is truly me ,personality wise, its shocking. maybe thats why i love him so much.
“I was really getting into the Funny Games remake until it got into the scene with the remote control. That scene took me out of the movie and I was unable to enjoy the rest of the film.”
“I get annoyed in horror movies when every antagonist/good person dies in the end. I just don’t like it when people are getting tortured/terrorized throughout a whole movie and end up dying anyway. In my opinion Funny games would have been a heck of a lot better if the main characters survived and killed the antagonists, because people like them deserve it.”
“I found myself rooting for Peter and Paul in the American version of Funny Games, and that fact scared me more than the actual movie.”
“I think what made Funny Games so creepy (part of it, anyway) is that the boys are so “polite.” They seem very nice, but turn out to be so twisted. It’s like a reminder that people like that really do exist.”
“I just finally saw Funny Games, and the whole time, I was reminded of The Strangers. Though, I think Funny Games did better with the idea.”