Now, I've noticed something about movie-loving communities that is understandable, but somewhat annoying. In a movie community, everyone is harsher on a movie, and I understand why. They see more movies and gain a harsher view when they see newer movies. But they also watch some classics everyone is supposed to love and conclude that they're great despite their flaws.
I like the prequels. I don't love them, but I don't hate them either. It's not as good as they original series, but they're better than many other movies. Now, I can be called "retarded" or "insane" for liking those movies, but what people on this site(and other movie sites) seem to forget is that the majority of the general population has no problem with the films. Normal people like them, maybe even love them.
Now here's an example of a "classic" I hate; Rocky Horror Picture show. It's a fetish movie with Tim Curry in drag... not my idea of a good time.
I don't know about that. I think it's just that I'm so easily amused.
For example: a boyfriend loved to do 2 or even 3 movies on a Saturday. But just one of those intense, high action blockbusters would leave me vibrating. I only did a double feature with him, maybe twice, I think.
Though I have been known to see the same movie twice on the same day.
It was definitely only in the movies... I love old movies so much...
I used to go up to all of my friends and whenever the opportunity arose I would be like
"Infants behave the way I do you know, they carry on and misbehave, they'd get DRUNK if they knew how!
I must say that that is definitely in my top 5 movies of all time.
I am the only person I know who hated Eternal Sunshine Of The Spotless Mind. Everyone looks at me like I'm crazy when I say I didn't like it. Many people I know liked Ghost Rider too but I think its a piece od shit. Plus I actually liked The Happening. I thought it was kind of fun. It kept me interested through the whole movie.