START PRYING OFF MY FINGERNAILS. THAT'S FINE: Suggest a form of physical suffering you'd rather endure this weekend than spending $10+ to watch James Franco reenact what hiker Aron Ralston did.
(Related: is it a spoiler to say what it is?)
added: I feel like we've had a bunch of films like this lately -- United 93, A Mighty Heart (the Daniel Pearl story), World Trade Center and others I'm sure you can name -- dramatic films based on real-life events where I can understand why filmmakers believed this was a story worth telling, but where the story itself is not one I have any interest in spending my entertainment dollars/time to see. And yet we (pretty much) all saw Schindler's List, which somehow became a cultural obligation in a way that none of the others -- not even the remarkable story of United 93 -- did. So: who is the audience for 127 Hours, and why do these films keep getting made?