Don't say the word!!!!
The 'Saw' franchise...gory/boring/neverending...
Second on Forest Gump. It's a neat idea but the more you watch it the less you'll like it.
Didn't say it was bad. Just said it was overrated. It won the Oscar for Best Picture up against Pulp Fiction, Quiz Show, and The Shawshank Redemption.
Right. Hunger Games
Thank you for Best Answer sweetie..That movie truly sucked...lol
I'm seriously not directing this just at you but most people really don't understand what overrated means.
Cloverfield has a 64 on metacritic so it's not exactly highly rated by anyone.
It could have been rated a 1 and still been overrated
Oh and at 52 years old I can assure you I know what overrated means
Couldn't watch it myself.
Frozen. So totally Frozen!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Why didn't you like Frozen? I though it was pretty good.
I started to get ticked with the portrayal of wolves as bloodthirsty beasts, as a healthy wolf would not attack a human. As you can see in the movie, they are going after the humans, not their natural prey, the reindeer. (Also, wolves haven't lived in Scandinavia for hundreds of years, from what I've read) The snowman's sheer stupidity was highly irritating as well. I couldn't stand it. And I'm not sure why people are so in love with that song "Let it go". Has no one else realized that she's just running away from all her problems? She doesn't even try to solve anything. She just runs. Plus, there is no backstory to anyone. Why the heck does she have the powers? Where did that guy and the reindeer (which I found the portrayal of it as a stupid dog, with only brief moments of intelligence, irritating. Reindeer are an intelligent species, mostly.) come from? Another thing that bugged me was the fact that she just randomly learned how to control the powers. Years of not controlling the things and then suddenly, poof!, she can?! And while Disney was better at the "love at first sight thing", they still had that girl trying to marry some guy she just met! And finally, the villains just weren't fun. They were more elegant and sneaky, not just plain evil, like Jafar, say, or Rapunzel's "mom". There was no indication that they were evil until the end.
Is that a comment, a compliment, or an insult? I'm taking it as the second, so thanks!