m4st4 wrote:I'm still talking about this movie because it dissappointed me, you're doing the same because you're the exact opposite, so how exactly do I have something personal with it, and you don't? It's funny when you think about it.
Because you're one of those who refused to give it the specific chance this film needed. You're blinded by the small set (by others words a fiasco) of silly mistakes that don't actually interfere with the main story in any way. You were annoyed by few decisions made by characters, decision that were made before, are made, and will forever be made in films like this, because they are part of the typical or general way of progressing through a story. Being typical doesn't equal being bad. When confronted with the idea that this film is not as "brainless" as some of you suggested... most stepped back and resumed to "my opinion is it makes no sense". Which is why I'm trying so hard lately to not give a shit about people's opinions anymore since some of them are completely against the notion of articulate reasoning.
I wanted to say that, personally, I may think you're right. I watched it the first time and I liked it, but as time passed I started 'changing my mindset' so the score kept getting lower as I was more concentrated at the mistakes.
On the other side, I have to say that the bolded argument, while correct from my point of view, can be used for any relatively good film someone says it's bad. Just saying...
Un lladre es un artista. Fa servir la imaginació per lluirse cuan roba el seu trofeu. Els detectius només analitzen el delicte i ens denuncien. Els detectius son uns simples critics.