I’ll be honest, most movies that I love have not been high in marks from the critics. I like movies but I’m not usually known for being a farm animal (Baaa) that just follows along to a show. I stole this meme and thought that I could easily come up with some answers. But how do you decide that a movie is critically acclaimed, is there a point of revenue that marks this point or is it an award. I thought I would just list a few that I’ve seen that seemed to get a lot of attention, that didn’t have me running back to see the show multiple times or purchasing merchandise.
Titanic- I hate this show. We all knew what was going to happen before we walked in to the theater.
Seven Years in Tibet- More like seven years in the show house. Chalk this one up for the lemmings jumping over the cliff together.
To kill a Mockingbird- no really, I can’t even finish this movie.
The Wizard of Oz- I think it’s the flying monkey’s in this one. No maybe it’s the special effects.
Saving Private Ryan- I think Tom Hanks is great, this is just not one of the better parts he has done, it’s a good story, just to long.
I’m sure I catch crap for some (or all) of these, but what do ya do about it.