It's another movie one.
These are just too easy.
I could make a million lists about movies.
Now, I thought about saying movies that people love and I hate.
But, some I don't really HATE.
I just don't really like and I don't want to waste my time watching.
So, here's this weeks list.
Movies Everyone Seems to Love But Me
Since the sequel just came out, this comes to mind first.
I never got why EVERYONE seemed to think that it is "the funniest movie ever".
OK, where's the funny? Cause I am just not seeing it.
2. Pulp Fiction
Chances are if it a movie made by Quentin Tarantino, I am not going to like it.
Plus, I hate movies that end and start the same way. I don't like different stories inside one movie. I like one movie and one storyline and no Quentin Tarantino.
First of all, visually I didn't find it anything special.
Next is the fact that the storyline lacked originality. Take a bunch of different movies, mash them together, paint them blue and call it awesome.
4. Old School
Once again. Where's the funny? Maybe a couple spots were a little humorous, but not hilarious. Not what I want to watch ever again. Plus I don't like Luke Wilson. His brother Owen, I like. Maybe they should have given him the part.
Boat sinks. We already knew that. Next!
6. The Notebook
I am not a lover of the chick flick. I know I am a chick, but I find very few romantic movies worthy of my watching.
I get the whole thing that the young people got separated and she got engaged to some else. I get that they still had feelings... actually no, I don't get that. She loved one man and yet promised to marry another. Goes back to see first love and gets all cozy with him while still being engaged.
How is that such a great love story?
Everyone else sees how much they love each other. I look at the woman as somewhat sad and pathetic.
7.Planet of the Apes
New or old version. My mom watched EVERY Planet of the Apes movie ever made and as a small child I had to see them too.
Got on somewhat questionable authority the remake was pretty good. No. It wasn't.
Still about talking apes that take over the world.
This movie was supposed to be brilliant. By Disney and very good visually. However, it was all music and no speaking. To my mind boring.
Will Smith had me as a bad ass super hero and than the whole thing with the woman and him being super beings and having to stay apart kinda lost me. It was good before that. After, not so much. Just took a really bad turn.
10.War of the Worlds
Tom Cruise runs from aliens with his kids. I never thought Tom Cruise was worth a crap in movies with any action. Yes, that includes the Mission Impossible movies. (OK. I liked Top Gun, but all he did was fly a plane.)
The ending was stupid and the effects didn't seem any better to me than The War of the Worlds made in 1953.
What movie did you get confused by everyone's apparent love for?