Well, I definitely do. However, I also try to only watch movies that seem interesting to me or are made by people I am a fan of, so most of the things I watch I end up liking very much.
Don't have time to watch shit that I don't think I'll enjoy.
Originally Posted by Thorpesaurous
I feel the same way. Sometimes it feels like I only give out 70s through 90s, but I generally don't see movies that I'm probably not gonna like.
Usually if I give something in the 70s it probably means more that I was disappointed than it wasn't good.
I was criticized recently for the same thing and gave pretty much the same answer as you guys. I don't just randomly select movies to watch. There are so many good movies out there as a long as you do a bit of research you should almost never have to watch a bad one.
I like to mix in random movies from Netflix. I like to mix it up sometimes because it's nice to be able to go in without expectations sometimes. Also, there is something kind of fun about watching a bad movie lol. You get to pick it apart without disappointment and it makes you appreciate good film a little bit more.
I do watch the occasional bad movie when my interest in the premise overrules everything else(Transcendence, V/H/S, Would You Rather, etc.), but I usually regret it. I derive no joy from bad movies lol.
I've been waiting for this film for a long time. It's not at my local theater yet, may have to go to Phoenix to see it. But I can't wait.
BTW, it has a 100% on Rotten Tomatoes (over 100 reviews).
I've been waiting for it too. Im a huge Linklater fan and can only imagine what he did with the concept. Plus, he always gets great performances from Hawke. Even in smaller flicks like Tape and particularly in free-form ones like The Before Trilogy. I can't wait to watch it .
God I love this movie. Everything about it. The two leads have such great chemistry together, it just pops off the screen. I feel like I was smiling most of the way through, and it made me chuckle and laugh on several occasions, so much more than straight-up comedies like A Million Ways To Die In The West, or Neighbors.