How many trillions of times have you heard your friends tell you that a movie sucks. How many times have your friends told you how some new song is ï¿½Da Bomb.ï¿½ Well you, as I, know that the song they are talking probably is not ï¿½da bombï¿½ and that movie they said sucks, well, you wonï¿½t even go and see it anymore cause it sucks, right?
I know I am guilty of this, if I may be so bold; I am a hardcore wrecker of movies. I am that guy who leaves the early show at the movies and decides to yell, ï¿½Boy that twist in the plot was awesome. And here we all thought the good guy died, but nope, that shizzled my mizzle!ï¿½
You really have to go to movies without seeing any trailers and talking to nobody about the film so you can truly decide if you like the movie or if you have your obnoxious buddy screaming, ï¿½This movie blowsï¿½ stuck in your head. It also helps when watching a movie you donï¿½t watch it with someone who doesnï¿½t care for the film. I was watching ï¿½Dude, Whereï¿½s My Carï¿½ with some friends and the jerks whispered to me, ï¿½You know the guy canï¿½t find his car, right?ï¿½ I stood up and yelled, ï¿½WHOA! DUDE, why did you just do that!!!ï¿½ then I stormed out of the theater and called my parents to pick me up. Talk about rude, huh?
It is almost comical how the slightest comment on either side of something can ruin it or just make it uninteresting. If by ï¿½almost comicalï¿½ you mean ï¿½awfulï¿½. I have been told I will love Hanson and that ï¿½Zoolanderï¿½ is a stupid movie. Well, I didnï¿½t care much for Hanson and disowned my friend, and, let’s face it, ï¿½Zoolanderï¿½ is genius.
Basically, there is a plethora of music and movies out there that you just have to experience yourself and ignore your friendsï¿½ reviews, unless your friends are Roger Ebert and Richard Roeper.