18 People Who Hated Movies For All The Wrong Reasons

You know when you say “sometimes, some people just don’t get it,” whatever ‘it’ might be? Well these people really don’t get it. Maybe they don’t actually get anything…

1. Titanic: Saw the end coming a mile away.

Titanic: Saw the end coming a mile away.

20th Century Fox

2. The Wolf of Wall Street: Shockingly short on wolves.

The Wolf of Wall Street: Shockingly short on wolves.

Paramount Pictures

3. Cinderella: It’s like it’s made for kids or something.

Cinderella: It's like it's made for kids or something.

Disney

4. Interstellar: Unrealistic farming techniques.

Interstellar: Unrealistic farming techniques.

Warner Bros.

5. The Incredibles: Unrealistic body proportions on animated superheroes.

The Incredibles: Unrealistic body proportions on animated superheroes.

Disney/Pixar

6. Mad Max: Fury Road: Not angry enough.

Mad Max: Fury Road: Not angry enough.

Warner Bros.

7. Amy: Apparently terrible even without watching it.

Amy: Apparently terrible even without watching it.

Film 4

8. Fifty Shades of Grey: Unrealistic parking expectations.

Fifty Shades of Grey: Unrealistic parking expectations.

Universal

9. Big Hero 6: Where are the other five movies?

Big Hero 6: Where are the other five movies?

Disney

10. Air Bud: Golden Receiver: Discourages young athletes.

Air Bud: Golden Receiver: Discourages young athletes.

Disney

11. Blues Brothers: Will make you feel better about 9/11.

Blues Brothers: Will make you feel better about 9/11.

Universal

12. Deadpool: Too much rap (in the trailer).

Deadpool: Too much rap (in the trailer).

Marvel

13. The Martian: Too many black scientists.

The Martian: Too many black scientists.

20th Century Fox

14. Frozen: Structurally unsound snowmen.

Frozen: Structurally unsound snowmen.

Disney

15. The Good Dinosaur: Dinosaur’s moral compass was questionable.

The Good Dinosaur: Dinosaur's moral compass was questionable.

Disney/Pixar

16. Ip Man: Not about TCP/IP settings.

Ip Man: Not about TCP/IP settings.

Mandarin Films

17. Minions: Promotes the worship of evil.

Minions: Promotes the worship of evil.

Universal

18.The Shining: Way too scary.

The Shining: Way too scary.
Warner Bros.

So yeah, they don’t get film. They just don’t get it, do they?! Anyway, if you find these funny and slightly offensive to creative masterpieces, then maybe there is an inner critic in you! And if that’s the case, you need to check out our Film Studies course here at The Sheffield College. We get it!

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