Movies that just don't make sense.

@IceMagi2 (102)
United States
February 1, 2008 4:37pm CST
Well there are most likely a lot of people out there that go to the movies to see a really good movie. But what your not expecting is that the movie bombs out and is nothing like what you thought it would be. So you basically just spent about 2-3 hours watching this stupid movie but you couldn't take yourself away from it thinking that it will eventually get better and it never did. One of the movies that I thought did this was The English Patient . Was there any particular movie that did this to you?
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@jmcafam (2891)
• United States
2 Feb 08
I was watching this movies last night called "Room" and it was that kinda movie. It did not make a bit of sense. I think I could have made a better movie with my camcorder and my kids as the writers. What a wasted hour and a half.
@david2005 (800)
• Canada
2 Feb 08
I hate movies that don't make any sense but they are still good as long as there is enough action in the film to keep it interesting.
@cyntrow (8524)
• United States
2 Feb 08
There's a movie called "The Hanging Garden." I've watched it a number of times, and I still don't get it. The plot is that a gay man goes back home after 10 years to attend his sister's wedding. Everything goes nuts from there. There's a garden, in which the man keeps seeing himself as a chbby teenager hanging from a tree. He and his sister's future husband, were once lovers. His mother runs away right after the wedding and isn't seen again. His father also sees the hanging chubby guy and gets very upset when he chops it down. The little girl that his sister is raising turns out to be his. And the dysfunction that was his childhood is never resolved. If you get the chance, watch this film and if you get it, let me know.
• United States
1 Feb 08
I think the movie was called Bug or something like that. I'm not sure because the experience was so traumatic that I have blocked it out. Yes that movie was certainly a waste and that is 112 minutes of my life I will never get back.
• United States
1 Feb 08
I've heard a lot of David Lynch and his unconventional methods in directing films, so I decided to see Mullholland Drive because it was a big deal when I was a film student. I saw the movie and I have to say that it still does not make much sense to me. I could not wrap my head to follow the entire film, and every subsequent time I have tried to watch it I end up still confused. It's funny because the DVD even comes with a guide with clues to help you follow along and I still don't know really what the movie is about or what is going on. Although I am determined to find out and watch it again until I can get the movie. Hahaha...
• United States
1 Feb 08
Yeah I have acctually, 2 weeks ago me and my friend went to go see alien vs preditor 2 and it was really bad! I also saw gravity, its not such a new movie a 2004 movie in fact and it was so confusing... By the way dont ever go and watch AvP2!! Its terrible!