I have ranted about remakes, spouted about superheroes, and screamed about sequels, but I have also admitted that they do have value. There are, however, a handful of things that I can no longer tolerate. Some film moments have become so overused that any further attempt to recreate them had better be a joke designed for a film to poke fun at itself. And if it is not an attempt to poke fun, then I may be forced to poke a javelin through the screen – be it big or small, vinyl or plasma – the next time I see any of the following on film.
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7 thoughts on “Six Things I Never Want to See on Film Again. Ever.”
dead on – I concur!
The other movie formula thing I’m sick of is the transformation films a la Pygmalion, the geeky unpopular kid becomes beautiful and popular, and various versions of that same premise. It’s been done to death.
including harry potter.
Read some of the comments. Don’t have a clue what anyone’s talking about. So I’ll keep it simple. If I never see another character thrown off a roof onto a car, or another autopsy, I won’t miss either.
right with you there. thanks for reading.
There is nothing to add to your list.
i can add “thanks for reading.”