No matter if you’re a binge-viewer, a theater goer, or a full-on cinema critic who looks for depth in every motion picture, you find yourself in a situation where you need to answer the quintessential question. “What was it about?” is a hell of a challenge thrown at you, where 2 hours have to be somehow packed into three sentences tops.
You clear your throat and give it your best shot. Now what? Now nothing. Describing movies is not that easy, whether we like it or not.
But let’s change the rules and see if we can answer the same question by deliberately missing the point. Like, completely off. These people rose to the challenge, and it turns out, missing the whole point is somehow way more fun than being overly serious.
I was in for a surprise when I went to watch a movie about information technology (IT) only to discover it was a horror movie about a shape shifting clown.
The driver was fully grown and not a baby, which isn’t as impressive tbh
A movie with so many learned people and they misspelled “Happiness”
The Pursuit of Happyness.
Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them.
The beasts were Fantastic. They did NOT tell us where to find them though
I didn’t find a single creative story around juicing or fruit juice usage.
I give Pulp Fiction 1/10
If the main actor wasn’t in the movie it would be played out exactly the same.
This boy is thinking he is a cat and is meowing all the time and his mother does not know how to use stairs
So there is a Mann that is afraid of bats. And the city turns out to be dark but has actually a lot of lights. I mean you can book a clown for birthdayparties there too, but maybe you should not.
None of the dinosaurs in jurassic park were from the jurassic era. Mostly the cretaceous