Of all the movies you have seen, which one made the least amount of sense?
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Bridge of Theribithia
AND the worst movie of all fucking time!!!!!!!
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Not a movie but The OA.
Seriously... what the fucking hell?
Damn near every movie I've seen in the past few days has made little to no sense. The movies themselves are alright, but usually they fall apart at the end and leave us with bullshit endings.
Hitler: The Rise of Evil
Nono let them stay. They have the day off most likely. Their Jewish bosses and business owners have given them a day to rest and feel like they control their own lives. Being inferior is tough, sometimes they need a few hours to just vent and live in a fantasy world where their entire world is not controlled by a people whos numbers are a fraction of the percentage of their own.
for sure this from what i watch in 2016
the first one with the russian dropping his gun!!! i've never seen an aptness for the illusion of air pressure like that, the rest of the scene is broken nose wilson tripping over his own un-athletic feet
yea Kip Thorne he regret doing it
movie was trash
>they save the earth with a formula
>mold eating the oxygen for one generation that took 2 billion years to produce
if you like this movie you are a true movie pleb
Star wars rogue one
Who's the China man and why is he important?
Why is this chick giving an inspirational speech to soldiers she doesn't know, has no connection to, and is only going with the guy?....
Actually, who are those guys and where did they come from?
What event made that random chick care about the rebellion?... Like..... I can't understand a single characters in this damn movie..
Except that robot because you can just blame it on "programming"
Saving Private Ryan
>Guys brothers all coincidentally die around the same time.
>Lets risk an entire squad and throw in a pencil pushing desk clerk who has only fired a gun once during boot camp, just to find this one guy and send him home.
>Literally the entire squad and a whole other company gets wasted except for one or two other guys, and Private Ryan.
Oh yeah and the desk clerk did fuck all for nothing in the movie. He even got another guy killed because he was too pussy at the moment to kill the guy who was killing his comrade. Then after the guy already surrenders he shoots him like a bitch when he knows he won't get shot back at and the director expects us to think this is a badass revenge moment.
>Of all the movies you have seen, which one made the least amount of sense?
Well there are certainly others but this was the lost one I saw and it didn't make a lot of sense. I still enjoyed but almost zero story.
If it helps, the entire thing is a closed time loop. Bruce does what he always will- he causes the virus inadvertently, thinking he stopped it, and he is the man who he saw getting shot at the airport. His future self dies there. His past self grows up in the world he helped create, and gets himself into a prison after the fact somehow, only to be chosen to survey the surface and eventually time travel. Unbeknownst to the scientists who send him, he is the reason they are all where they were. He is the reason he was sent back. One of the scientists is responsible for the outbreak of the virus that put them there, too, so it's even more ironic overall.
He is his own bootstrap paradox. Nothing gets fixed, only "set in motion", again and again and again.
The Niland brothers were four American brothers of Irish descent from Tonawanda, New York, serving in the military during World War II. Of the four, two survived the war, but for a time it was believed that only one, Frederick "Fritz" Niland, had survived. After the reported deaths of his three brothers, Fritz was sent back to the United States to complete his service and only later learned that his brother Edward, missing and presumed dead, was actually captive in a Japanese POW camp in Burma. Steven Spielberg's 1998 film Saving Private Ryan is loosely based on the brothers' story.
>>they save the earth with a formula
The formula was the missing puzzle in understanding black holes that allowed complete understanding of gravity and the 4th dimension (time).
Yes that formula can save the earth.
I remember once I went on /t/ to find scary movies and all these dudes were freaking out about Kill List. Maybe it was because they were all Brits but I swear, that was such a disappointment.
deal with it dude movie was bad with plot holes
Nolan is bad at making movies the only thing he do is to rip anime and say he have a "original idea"
frankenhooker. i just don't know why they made it
i already said this m80 >>717212470 (You)
and so did this guy >>717213974
and then this guy >>717214961
and then this guy who blinked 3 times >>717216377
did you even read the thread?
I've watched numerous explanations of the damn movie and STILL don't understand.
Apocalyptic future with pornstars, drugs, clones, time travel and wiggers shooting rocket launchers off of floating ice cream trucks at blimps.
Well, yeah, but Bruce "intercepted" the idea into him with his attempts to stop Brad Pitt. The concept of the virus itself is a bootstrap paradox. It, according to the entire timeline of the movie, has no beginning and no end.
I can understand it has a bit of a barrier to entry if you have no experience with trying to maintain in public on hallucinogens.
I saw it before trying for myself and don'the remember it "not making sense" but that you will never truly get it without the experience.
In hindsight it is some of the most clever filming and accurate portrayal of drugs in a movie.
An alien race advanced enough to travel large distances with ungodly technological advances.
Yet the aliens seem to have forgotten to wear some protective suit of some kind because apparently water kills them.
They travel all that way to take over the earth which is covered by 70% water, and fail to develop some kind of suit to prevent water "attacks".
Well, I can at least now say that the movie went over your head, or that you didn't see the last 10 minutes of the movie. Which is fine. Seeing as how you don't care enough to figure out what a "bootstrap" is.
I think you're better off watching Suicide Squad.
Bruh how much did you space out during that movie
All those questions are answered
The event that made her care - her father turns out to be a rebel playing the role of an imperial all along
Those guys - rebels who cares about the cause, not what the alliance government says. Theyre on Yavin 4, the rebel headquarters, so I'm sure there will be a few pilots around
And why wouldn't she give them a speech? She's the entire reason they're there. Without her, this movie and the next 4 don't happen. At least not like they did.
The chinese guy is just another character. Not a plot changer, but his home got destroyed and he's helping out. Not every character needs to be significant, right? How many people in your life are there but not changing anything?
>you don't agree with me so you should kill yourself.
Wow Jessica, is this really how you want to begin the New Year? I'm sure if you could go back in time you'd attempt to change your cunty attitude.
Sure it took you from A to B all the way thru J in 10 minutes, but they had to introduce all the characters, the back story, the plot, all the loose ends, etc and still fit in the action scenes. These were all characters you've never heard of and will never hear of again cause they all died.
Would you have done it any different/better had you written the script?
I'll do more than just interpret your hole, babby.
Not my words, but yeah, you should go kill yourself. Besides, I didn't start with the cunty attitude
Your real name may be Jessica. And the likelihood that I would be able to change the flow of things by going back in time is stupid. So is caring how one starts the New Year.
I'd just cause myself to be more of a cunt. Rightly so.
Like, I can watch a movie again after maybe a year or so if I liked it. Maybe after 3-4 years if I didn't really like it. But generally, I watch shit and then delete it.
Looked pretty, but I couldn't tell you a thing about the plot. It made absolutely no sense to me and a few people even walked out the cinema. Maybe I'm too dumb to appreciate it.
All his movies are nonsense.
Bruce is the unwitting messenger, Brad Pitt eventually believes that it's a great idea to do what Bruce doesn't want him to do, and eventually meets one of the scientists who help him bioengineer superAIDS.
Jessica only has a penis if you keep calling me Jessica.
after watching this movie I'm not at all surprised Trump could win the presidency. I felt stupider for having watched it.
>remembered i never got a refund for paying to see the village
I'm struggling to remember it right, but I think quantum of solace, in that uh, what the fuck was he doing again? and why? theres another one where I genuinely said 'what the fuck' after it finished and was deeply confused but I can't remember the name
>and they are so advanced they can be trapped behind a rotten pantry door for days on end
From what I understood it was just emphasizing on the stress that models are put under anytime there's a newer one that comes around. New one gets offensive, older ones get more defensive.
Kill List made less sense imho.
That's like us going to an alien planet without wearing environment suits and then being all confused that we're dying so easily.
War of the Worlds had an excuse because of when it was made, Shamalama didn't.
Time travel confuses a lot of people. But if done poorly, it will make more sense to most- because then it will be bullshit. Fun bullshit to watch, but bullshit nonetheless.
Primer was good in the time travel department. Everything had a neat little bow.
Wow please kill yourself. I've never seen someone moe desperate for validation on /b/ and that's saying something
Also idk if anyone has seen it but the movie kill list is confusing as fuck
oh i didn't expect anything, I'd never heard of it. bro put it on while we were drunk, laughed our asses off for the first half. Then we realized someone made this movie and was actually serious and trying real hard to be artistic but... it was horrible, i mean it was worse than horrible. i really don't have the words to explain how horribly stupid this movie was, and that some small group of faggot teenagers probably really loved it makes it horribly dangerously stupid. I just, I just don't get it!
Showgirls was stupid but everyone working on the movie (except the director) knew it so it's just good comedy.
Alone in the Dark, if just for the part that feels like they skipped a reel between the two scientists looking at an artifact in their apartment and suddenly there's government ninjas shooting at shadows.
The people acted too unreasonable.
>Don't seek shelter.
>Don't search for food.
>Wander around aimlessly.
At the end of that movie the guy shoots an elaborately stupid looking sniper rifle and curves THAT bullet without even swinging his arms around.
Anyway I was very disappointed no one actually shot themselves or someone else nearby trying to do the bullet curve after that movie came out. That would have been amusing.
I'll admit I'm pretty fucking stupid but the movie tree of life left me pretty baffled. Anyone else find it confusing or is it jus me? Oh and before I forget I saw this movie yesterday that made no sense at all it was called kill list u guys you check it out it's not very well known
I love the way every male character died saving Sandra Bullock's black asshole, yet she was portrayed as a "strong female character". She only survived because she was saved by her betters again and again.
There was this one movie that sucked. I can't remember what it was called. I just remember some guy getting smashed up with a hammer and saying 'thanks' to the guy that was doing it, then he was fighting a hunchback at the end.