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  • strahinjagov
    strahinjagov

    To me a movie is considered "bad" when it fails to invoke the intended emotion reaction out of me. Fifty Shades of Grey for example is SUPPOSED to be a story about two people overcoming their insecurities and problems and finding love together, and we're supposed to root for them to achieve this goal. Unfortunately both characters are so horrible and the relationship is so toxic that nobody is going to want to root for them. The movie wasn't able to get me invested in the characters and story and as a result I'm not feeling the emotions it wants me to feel, and that's a failure of storytelling. The reason we enjoy watching bad movies sometimes because it can be enjoyable to see just how horribly the filmmakers butchered what they were trying to accomplish, like The Room for example. The movie fails to be a drama as it was intended to be but it's so unintentionally hilarious that you can't help but enjoy it.

  • RPGLover87
    RPGLover87

    Hell, most of my favourite games are B-tier, and they are the ones I'm most likely to LP because I want to show off underappreciated things.

  • Da Sashaa
    Da Sashaa

    I almost watch every video that u put out it always makes me laugh and have good time while i’m taking a break. Just wanted to say thank u . By the way I absolutely love it when u put out sth quite serious like this💕🐐

  • pmerk25
    pmerk25

    Boy stuff is good and girl stuff is bad. I agree but there is an easy explanation as to why... who spends more time on the internet, on ITmores, in forums talking about games or movies?? Boys. Girls tend not to do that, they tend not to talk as extensively into movies online rather they do in person or at all with the people around them. So their view is regulated to their own circle. The boys view is spread through the internet as more people start to agree on what’s good. And most boys aren’t fans of romcom... I use to be that, but my gf got me into em haha. Like my gf never uses ITmores, and if she does, she never comments ever. Her friends don’t use it at much at all either which I find very fascinating. Boys tend to be the ones that care what films you like or not and try to force opinions on you. While girls just don’t give af. They like what they like and that’s it.

  • Julcina Dantes
    Julcina Dantes

    Did you know Caillou is slowly dying of cancer that's because he always gets his way because you dying of cancer

  • Brice Cordova
    Brice Cordova

    You gave us over 1 minute doing an ad in a video that's already 8 minutes 😒 just to repeat yourself the whole time.... yet I still watch your content

  • Clarabelle Mccaffrey
    Clarabelle Mccaffrey

    I really love this video. I have been writing a book recently. I remember that the first one I ever watched of yours was the High School Musical 2 video and I died when you said the princess twirl joke for Troy. I have been trying to make something that was about a love story, but also about the values of the people in the book and their lives. Your mean girls video the other day really got me thinking. Sometimes when I am writing things it makes me think of your videos because I feel like the way you relate your stuff to your own life makes your videos so amazing. Sometimes I get inspiration for how to make my characters more realistic from you. Maybe that makes me feel like a crazy teenager, but you always make me laugh or make me think about the type of media that we watch as people and that's great. Thanks.

  • Ashley Brandimarte
    Ashley Brandimarte

    Because bad movies make it more enjoyable when there's no high expectations going in and you can just watch to laugh at it lol

  • Michael_mj
    Michael_mj

    With all of this being said, why do you have some people who hate anime and they NEVER, I REPEAT... "NEVER" watched one, you have animes out there that is literally has better character development, story etc than most tv series, but just because it is drawn doesnt mean its a cartoon and foolish. Its like when it comes on to anime everybody wants to flex their maturity card

  • SavedByGrace
    SavedByGrace

    It comes down to a matter of taste I think. People are so different but the filmmakers know which things will attract a certain young audience. Though I cannot deny being entirely immune against critizing content I consider bad or stupid, I try to avoid getting angry at a certain movie and really write mean words about it. It's usually not worth it. There are exceptions, I strongly dislike stuff that sends bad immoral messages out. Otherwise I just try to let people have their own taste though I often enough don't agree. It's not always easy to tell your own opinion and try not to hurt the other person that likes e.g. a superhero movie. But it's definetely possible to stay polite and not defend the taste of someone else. From my own experience and living among people on this planet, I realized how important it is for people to regard their own taste/opinion as superior to others. This movie is so bad, this song is so bad, but everything I listen to or watch is great and deep content (except these few cheesey songs but hey, why can't I make an exception to my own rules?). This channel here I like because it is making fun of a show but in a nice way. I think it's not mean spirited but still questioning if the movies we watch are really good.

  • Patricia A
    Patricia A

    Thank you for making this point. I think you did a great job of explaining this weird phenomenon. Modern Gurlz also expanded on the weird derision that so called chick flicks get in this video itmores.info/player/video/lYOczo1rfKdqp9Y&ab_channel=ModernGurlz

  • Tony Flamingo
    Tony Flamingo

    The distinction between "good" and "bad" movies, I think, is how much it makes one question something. "Changing lives" is a very broad term. In my opinion, "good" movies seek to start a conversation, while "bad" movies seek to end it. In The Kissing Booth, we are shown from the very beginning that our protagonist will invariably end up with the hot guy. There is no question about it. It's how it will play out. The characters have no depth, there is no risk of the plot going another way, and the dude's brother will be brutally pushed to the other side, no question asked. Contrast this to Avengers: Infinity War, where we do keep asking ourselves who the real villain is. In Endgame, the distinction is clear, but not so much in Infinity War. The opening shot in IW is death and destruction, and the closing shot, after Thanos has snapped, is that of peace and beauty. Though it did cause the "deaths" of our beloved superheroes, it also did something great for the world. Maybe, just maybe, it was the lesser evil. Or was it? This is the question that Infinity War proposes. Even if Thanos's intentions were right, and he had the people's best interests at his heart, are his crimes forgivable? Or should he have abstained and let the diminishing world take care of itself? Endgame continues this question, as it asks if what the Avengers are doing is right. In the form of Dr. Strange's mentor (can't remember her name), the movie tells us the danger of time travel. What they are doing can very easily cause grave danger to their world, and perhaps be more harmful than Thanos even. The Thanos they fight at the end, after all, isn't the same arsehole who killed their loved ones. The bad guy already died in the beginning. In murdering this Thanos, will they become the very thing they have been fighting against, killing one to save billions, as this new Thanos hasn't actually put his plants to action? The movie boggles your mind with such questions. The same can be found in anime Death Note. Sure, it's entertaining as hell, and watching Light strategizing is always a delight, but what keeps the audience really invested is the philosophical question at its core: What is Justice? Is it due process and an opportunity for redemption for the accused (represented by L), or is it swift and brutal punishment without even a word of defense from the guilty (represented by Light). The show never gives us an answer and leaves it up to the audience's interpretation, thus making it one of the most memorable animes. This, I think, is what makes art good or bad. It is not about the entertainment value (thought that helps). It is about the moral ambiguity, the act of making the audience think, starting a conversation, but then having the discipline not to end it. This is why propaganda is almost always abashed. We don't want a one-sided view of an argument, and we certainly don't want to be told what to feel and how to feel it. We want to see both sides of the coin, see the merits and weaknesses of both, and be given the right to judge for ourselves. That, in my eyes, is what makes a movie good.

  • Janne Elisabeth Antonsen
    Janne Elisabeth Antonsen

    See, when you say things like this, it makes me feel like you are the smartest person in the world.

  • Ham Fam
    Ham Fam

    The Room is genuinely one of my favorite movies of all time

  • Galaxy
    Galaxy

    I like divergent series hunger games series twilight series and marvel and starwars and I'm a girl so like shut up about steriotypes about girls can only watch my little pony

  • Its JayGirl
    Its JayGirl

    Bad movies are movies you can walk away from and come back to midway through the movie and still not really miss anything.. good movies MAKE you sit there because if you BLINK ... You miss something

  • Roudeline Fleury11
    Roudeline Fleury11

    I love the bad movies because they’re just so bad they’re good

  • Kevin Hrankowski
    Kevin Hrankowski

    Tall Girl, The Kissing Booth, I watched them because of the cure boys. Not sure how that algorithm works for girls but in both movies I was so into the best friend character. "You have an accent" Lee Flynn is my heart throb.

  • poop poster
    poop poster

    Dumb movie that i love Spider man 3 yuh its dumb and the objectively the worst out the whole trilogy but it give me alot of ironic enjoyment that it became my favirote

  • İmge509
    İmge509

    So you can complain about something that is obviously bad to feel good about your own pathetic life.

  • Miguel Jaimes
    Miguel Jaimes

    5:24 I get it was only an example but why would u use WinterSoldier of all available dc & marvel adaptations to drive that point home? If the example was basic people comparing movies that are “artistically legitimate versus those “not worth our time” why oh why would u use the 3rd best solo titled superhero movie of a quality just slightly running behind Logan & DarkKnight? In fact in some people’s opinions who’ve brought up good points. WinterSoldier does a better job at a lot of things than Logan & DarkKnight

  • Mohamad Afif Azizi Zaidi
    Mohamad Afif Azizi Zaidi

    The main reason why, In 4 words: *So Bad, It's Good*

  • Lavenda M
    Lavenda M

    Thanks for explaining to me why people overrate Your Name and Studio Ghibli movies that are obviously mediocre!!! Well, they are entertained and can't help it.

  • John Mason
    John Mason

    1:10 vid starts

  • KotorFan3231
    KotorFan3231

    The way I see bad versus good movie is simply by how I personally feel. For example I think Transcendence staring Johnny Depp is a great piece of sci fi but a majority of the audience and critics called it a bad movie. Doesn't mean im wrong or they are wrong. Its all about opinions and personal feelings. I think film discourse has gotten so poisoned by all these "technical" ways films are analyzed. You do need a certain set of skills to make a film (take your pick from an number of skills associated with filmmaking) and those can be used in film discourse like writing, acting, editing, visual effects etc. but at the end of the day, there is no objectively bad film. Its all about how individual person to person values. Sorry if I confused anyone lol. Ive been told often that I have good ideas when I write but not always the best at articulating them. Pretty much I agree with Alex in the video.

  • Anna Domingo
    Anna Domingo

    TBH I use bad nextflix movies as background noise for when I'm doing something else, it's too quiet, and I don't feel like listening to music.

  • Sepia Roy
    Sepia Roy

    Teen movies, rom-coms or other "bad" movies are best if you want a break from reality. Just 2 hours of complete entertainment, cheesy romance and relaxation. Watching critically acclaimed movies is honestly a rough journey, especially for someone like me who gets too much emotionally invested in the characters. They are not exactly relaxing, but they get you to think, makes you more aware for different personalities, your society etc.

  • Sam Jennings
    Sam Jennings

    it’s mainly always things that appeal to teenage girls that are deemed as bad, it’s a societal things back when the beatles where at their height their fan base was prominently teenage girls and they were widely looked down upon by others at that moment and been insulted for invoking unholy things or whatever but essentially all the criticisms came down to the correlation of their fan base being largely teenage girls, fast forward to now and they are recognized as a musical phenomena that is absolute genius that middle aged men feel the need to mansplain to everyone else, it all come down to who the people are that someone is appealing to, and how in a larger group it is then deemed good or bad

  • TwinkieDink Skating
    TwinkieDink Skating

    I like watching them with my siblings to make fun of them, but I don’t like to watch more than 20 minutes of it because at that point I am too annoyed by it.

  • Vanshika Mittal
    Vanshika Mittal

    Let me just say, I liked The Kissing Booth and To all the boys I loved before reasonably well and I do read a good amount of YA romances but it's honestly so boring when they just recycle the plot for all of them. I cannot find a difference between kissing booth 2, To All the Boys 2 and After 2. Introduce a new guy and waste 2 hours just to return to the status quo of the first movie. I wish there was some more innovation in the plot. Because, I do think the mindlessness of YA (in a good way) is entertaining when written well but these lazily written movies that have been coming out recently are super frustrating.

  • Scarlet Witch
    Scarlet Witch

    I love Marvel

  • Scarlet Witch
    Scarlet Witch

    Good movies Marvel comes up me: yesssss

  • Keylessbacon
    Keylessbacon

    At the Girl stuff=bad and Boy stuff=good. I believe that's Alex's way of saying that movies targeted at the female demographic(teen rom coms) are generally dumb and are cliché whilst the ones targeted to the male demographic are done better. Not to say that "boy movies" are all good. But those are just my thoughts typed down poorly

  • Danna c:
    Danna c:

    I love this video and channel! a very different perspective that doesn't just judge everything

  • Danna c:
    Danna c:

    Good movies are memorable and trascendental. Bad movies are just to entertain.

  • Ev'n Y'ng
    Ev'n Y'ng

    I don't see bad movies, I only see funny movies

  • mollyjxoシ
    mollyjxoシ

    This was posted on my birthday

  • gilbert
    gilbert

    We watch "bad" movies because we just want to be temporarily entertained. It's just pointless, we're watching it because its funny and something mindless we can do. While "good" movies tend to have more plot and better to watch if you want attachment to the characters or something like that, bad movies are just mindless entertainment. You don't get attached to anyone, so they're easy to let play while you only half pay attention. If you don't want to invest any real emotions into characters, you just watch a "bad" movie, because there's nothing to get attached to.

  • 제니시린
    제니시린

    People love dumb movies because they don’t have to reflect on themselves or necessarily relate. They don’t have to think while watch but rather watch for entertainment.

  • lol
    lol

    This is why I watch anime

  • Confetti
    Confetti

    It makes our mind go numb. And we all need that one thing that makes us go numb.

  • Wedge Antilles
    Wedge Antilles

    I can watch my share of bad movies. Such as american ninja 1 & 2 and 🤦‍♂️ But I can also watch something like kill squad and find something good and bad in the same movie.

  • PeachTea “TeanahDarling”
    PeachTea “TeanahDarling”

    You can thank Mystery Science Theater 3000 for bad movie riffing

  • Noobmaster Ruben
    Noobmaster Ruben

    A bad and cliche comedy movie is way better and more watchable than a disappointing movie like BvS and Terminator Dark Fate. It’s like saying I’ll watch Sharkboy over and ovet again than waste my time with A wrinkle in time or Lion King

  • Evalena Styf
    Evalena Styf

    I think I just watched my favourite breakdown of this particular subject. Thank you!

  • Knockoff “Saturday” Mjolnir
    Knockoff “Saturday” Mjolnir

    I think this is a very interesting topic, but I don't really think that a movie like The Kissing Booth 2 compares with, say, The Avengers. The Kissing Booth 2 is a bad movie because it provides horrible romantic "advice" in the form of a somehow popular teen rom-com with an incoherent plot that seems like a slog to sit through. If you were to say that The Avengers is bad, I'd have to disagree with you, but I'm a comic book nerd so I'm naturally biased. That said, if the average, mostly unbiased person were trying to seriously argue that it's bad then I think the only sound argument would be about the absurdity of comic books and the various insane premises of their stories in general (though there are some moderately ridiculous points in the plot of that specific movie too). Which is why one of my roommates isn't a comic book fan. Even if you were to use what I consider to be the worst movie in the MCU, Civil War, despite having a similarly incoherent plot that does a pretty bad job of trying to impart any decent kind of message, I think it still does a better job of telling a halfway decent story than The Kissing Booth 2 does. Of course, someone who hates comic books might say the opposite based on their bias. Personally, I don't hate teen rom-com movies and I don't think they're all bad. I can't name any of the decent ones right now. Because, interestingly enough the garbage ones tend to stick in the brain with much more persistence. I do know there are good ones though. As far as, "Why do we love any of these movies that could objectively be considered some degree of bad for one reason or another?" goes, I think most of the time it's personal. At least in my experience, for pretty much every movie I love but know is objectively just an absolute mess, I have some sort of explanation for my personal reasons why I can't help but love it. So I don't think it's really that we love "bad" movies. I hate most movies that are objectively bad. Even when they're a part of one of my favorite series. More so, I think that we all have some movies we love despite their trashiness, because x, y, and z personal reasons. For instance, I know that the Live-action Transformers movies are truly terrible for the most part. Most being like 90%, with the first one probably being the only one that's remotely redeemable, and even it's pretty bad. Yet I still hold them dearly. Because I grew up on the Transformers. So when someone brought them closer to real life and I could see the characters that I was already emotionally attached to on the big screen doing what giant talking robots armed to the teeth do, it was amazing. Not because it was objectively good, but because it was an exhilarating experience for me personally because of my prior attachment to the source material. Of course, this is all just my personal experience. Obviously I can't speak for everyone who absolutely loves some "bad" movies. I think some of those people are just stupid though. Because, let's be honest, some people are just stupid. Again, interesting topic. I don't spend a lot of time thinking about this. I had this same argument with several of my roommates in college about good/bad music and the value of it. It got pretty heated. About the whole numbering system with reviews/ratings. I try to always look for some example of the actual content before making up my mind. Which is why I enjoy channels like yours and CinemaSins. You're not just sitting there telling us, "This movie is bad because reasons". You're also showing a bit of the movie with examples of the most notably interesting and/or stupid parts and most of the time primarily just poking fun at the parts that are kinda stupid. Even when you're analyzing why something is just genuinely bad, I personally think I've noticed a substantial effort to provide your perspective with real objectivity. Which is why, it might be a bit judgmental, but I think this person at 5:00 just sounds like someone who's not good at taking criticism when it comes to something they have a strong attachment to and is in fact taking what you do the wrong way. Which I believe happens far too often. Regardless of that, I must agree that there isn't necessarily anything wrong with enjoying a bad movie if that brings you joy. I do think it's important that you're capable of recognizing how objectively bad those games/movies truly are though. On the flip side, those people who only play/watch "the best of the best" very well could be pretty insufferable people, but if that's what makes them happy, is there really anything wrong with that either? Especially if they're not a total douche about it and do realize that numbers aren't anything despite the way they respond to reviews. Anyway. Nice vid. All that said, I think it is a wildly inaccurate statement to say that, "Everyone still loves Star Wars." Maybe the reception flipped over time, but when the most recent movie was released, I heard an overwhelming amount of terrible things about it. I never saw it myself, so I can't say for sure that everything I hear was true. However, the reason I never saw it is because of the nature of what I heard, which built a very convincing case for why I would hate it, and the sheer volume of terrible things I heard. Like 10% of the things I heard were good. Most of that coming from my family that saw it over Christmas and I do not trust their judgement. Oh. It's also probably worth noting that someone's ability to see things objectively and form a coherent opinion based on that is most definitely dependent on their age about 99% of the time. 10 years younger me, and I think most people below the age of let's say 20, would not have taken the time to sit down and try to think about this rationally and objectively.

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    sᴛᴀʀʙᴜᴄᴋs ɪs ʙᴀᴇ

    NEITHER DO I LIKE TEEN ROMANCE AND NOR DO I LIKE SUPERPOWER MOVIES!

  • Nobody's Home
    Nobody's Home

    I think we just need to understand that people like what they like. There have been some movies the got 8 or 9 star ratings from critics which I thought were a waste of my time, but some 4 or 5 star movies that I enjoyed. Movies are like any artform. Different people will interpret the same thing in different ways due to their own experiences and opinions. As much as Titanic could be a master peice to me, someone else could see it as just another movie.

  • ParagonsOfAnarchy
    ParagonsOfAnarchy

    You hit the nail on the head with the hedonism argument, I know you didn’t use the word “hedonism” but that’s really the reason we love bad movies (myself included.) I’d much rather watch The Room or a dumb slasher than most “art” movies, (especially the really angsty ones like Requiem for a Dream) because I’m a hedonist who wants to enjoy things, not be told some overly depressing story about “society” or drug addicts or whatever

  • Jello
    Jello

    You know it's kinda the opposite you like bad movies we like good movies

  • Karbry Ramirez
    Karbry Ramirez

    You are the only one I genuinely enjoy because you aren't just professing that you're right and smart and everyone is wrong and dumb. So many on youtube are insufrible and just bash films to feel fulfilled or whatever. When I see a video of a film or show I like that you have tackled I actually look forward to it because you're not gonna be a jerk about it and ultimately you get that they are for entertainment. I think you're doing great and I hope to enjoy your videos for many years more

  • PeachyPear
    PeachyPear

    Can you cover the Britney Spears film, "Crossroads" or "She's All That" or What a Girl Wants" or that other Amanda Bynes film - the soccer based one. She's the Man!

  • Sea the Parade
    Sea the Parade

    No one should be shamed for liking trashy movies! You like what you like 👍 I will say though the bars for quality set for plot consistency, storytelling, character development, pacing and cinematography exist for a reason, and making films is an art skill to be honed. This doesn't mean people should be shamed for their tastes, but I do think there are movies that is fair to be called good/bad based on how well they execute their story's theme/how well developed he characters are, etc. That being said, I think the reason why bad movies are fun is because we all do need some time to watch something that doesn't challenge us or bring us down for pure escapism, and that's very valid. Girlish trashy movies vs boyish trashy movies are *definitely* treated differently tho, that's a whole other conversation and I'm glad you added that split second comment there!

  • Parimah Avak
    Parimah Avak

    well this whole thing is pretty obvious that u don't really need to explain what you're trying to say in the videos but to those who think you are kind of attacking or whatever I can only say your videos truly help me find movies that are my own type n probably some misunderstood cause vids are from an adult's point of view sooooo teenager's disagreement is predictable.

  • Teresa Z
    Teresa Z

    this whole channel is about despising girls stuff from a straight guys's point of view, he doesn't even trying to dig deep into female emotions or anything. ughh men..

    • sky
      sky

      Disagree. He critiques movies and shows in a way that’s lighthearted and fair to the actors and crew. I don’t get a sense of misogyny that I get in many other movie review channels. Plus, a lot of romcoms just don’t have the production and care put into them that some blockbusters do.

  • A 0 K
    A 0 K

    The reason I love bad movies is because it's so fun to make fun of them!😂

  • maryam lootah
    maryam lootah

    "why do love bad movies?" me: becz they're so bad they're good

  • Think 41
    Think 41

    I think what you need to look at is the difference between a “bad” movie (such as plot holes, average acting, low budget cgi, etc.) and a good watch (which is a movie that entertains). While a movie can be “bad”, it may still be a good watch.

  • Danni Ginkova-Mileva
    Danni Ginkova-Mileva

    Please watch and review Geek Charming! It is the only Disney movie I would rewatch again and again even now, years later.

  • MolBotUk & DanBotUk
    MolBotUk & DanBotUk

    *BECAUSE AFTER WATCHING THE HEARTACHE THAT IS ORDER OF THE PHEONIX YOU NEED A LAUGH!*

  • I Dunno
    I Dunno

    After looking your real face, its hard for me to imagine your voice with your face. I could not unsee the things ive seen xD

  • Luigi Vercotti
    Luigi Vercotti

    What I get is this: Humans are much more complicated and deep than they themselves believe; We, to various levels of collectivity, define our standards of artistic merit that would sate our spirits, yet those standards are always far behind, far reduced, dumbed-down, simplified, and inaccurate to the spirit itself, the magnitude of the error often analogous to the size of the arbiter collective in question; Which is why the more personal a commentary is, the more meaningful we might find it, however, as per the human condition, being unable to completely sympathise with anyone, there mathematically must be a point, depending on our knowledge of a person, and of a work of art (as if there is a clear distinction betwixt the two) where the intimate transitions to the morose and obnoxious. All we can ever both meaningfully and truthfully say about Art, or about People, is "I like this" or "I don't like this". That's of course, not very satisfying, we want to know _why_ , and we want to know that to ourselves and then to others with the faint hope of that so oft-talked about social connection half-mischievously, half-lamentingly smiling from beyond the sea horizon cast round our small lonely islands. Not going far enough into the why is an obvious lie, and as ugly as one; No-one likes a movie because an arbitrary percentile, or even because "the pacing is great"; It's a step into our truth, but a measly one at that. Why is the pacing great, then? See, the answer to that would be more satisfying; And so on and so forth, this be the window of golden opportunity. But you go too far, you end up like my doctor friend whose only answer would seem to be "because the associated hormones are firing"; And now it's become unsatisfying again. Humanity and thus Art also, resides in the beautiful murk in between the boringly predictable, and the boringly chaotic.

  • harshckuk
    harshckuk

    Because it makes us feel good that there are people more stupider than us

  • Wipeoutzone1
    Wipeoutzone1

    wow "there's nothing wrong with lieking bad movies" nice bro we really needed you to verify this, would have been so lost without brand new original perspective.

  • Azael Gomez
    Azael Gomez

    There are some movie that critics praise but they’re really overrated

  • Bobby Brown
    Bobby Brown

    Here's the thing, let's use two franchise that were main points in the video; Riverdale and the MCU. Both of these franchises originated from comic books and were made into live-action by a multi-million dollar company. The difference is, the people who make the MCU movies for the most part care about the comics. They want them to do well and craft interesting stories, the people in charge of Riverdale, just want to bank on nostalgia, which is odd because no teenager today knows about a comic franchise from the 60's. But back to the point, they just see the Archie Comics as a hat that they draw names out of to create characters with. The MCU is successful because of its respect to the fans, Riverdale is just a cooperate money cow.

  • Dr Stoner
    Dr Stoner

    If it don't make you think its trash

  • Dr Stoner
    Dr Stoner

    Every girl in existence likes kissing booth

  • XxCraftyGachaGirlxX and toca uwu
    XxCraftyGachaGirlxX and toca uwu

    It’s all bad yeah or maybe you don’t have any thing better to do than HATE

  • Jordan Shearer
    Jordan Shearer

    My favorite part of any of these videos is the Big Ol' Red Flag parts

  • ur local homie
    ur local homie

    Guess the whole "bad" movie thing comes from the whole concept of art being a craft, and how putting more details with meaning to the audience without being too obvious about it is viewed as "taking more effort and time". Futhermore, like for all industries, some people who are very passionate about the "highbrow" technical aspects of movie making and must feel ripped off seeing people with opposite values and execution making big bags and stealing their spot. Although personally I agree with the notion that entertainment is should be as thought provoking as it is entertainment, though it doesn't have to be in the same movie, but I hope that viewers take personal responsibility if they have a lot of free time, to use that time in a efficient, pdoductive, yet fun and rewarding way. Just mho though.

  • lauraafjs
    lauraafjs

  • angel
    angel

    “bad” movies basically consists of things that aren’t impossible but dint typically halogen in real life, yet are people’s fantasies

  • Thai
    Thai

    So i shouldn’t dislike my sister saying she liked the avatar movie (the last air bender)

    • Romario Henderson
      Romario Henderson

      Nah that's a different kind of bad movie. That's a movie that not even a non avatar fan could like. It's a sin

  • Jesus Barnes
    Jesus Barnes

    I hate how the Twilight movies are my guilty pleasure. I know theyre "bad" movies but for some reason I still enjoy to watch them. They're just entertaining to me.

  • That Muggle-Born Demigod
    That Muggle-Born Demigod

    Please do Harry Potter any of the movies (but please do either prisoner of Azkaban or goblet of fire)

  • Nil Nims
    Nil Nims

    the boys

  • Apple_
    Apple_

    The Problem with the kissing booth 2 is it makes no sense and has like nothing to it like the first movie it was interesting lots of stuff happening like the point of Noah and Elle dating and the rule they can’t date their besties relatives and there’s a lot of things happening but in the second it’s kinds boring and there’s no suspense to it so it makes it boring. That’s my problem with the kissing booth 2 that’s one reason why it’s such a terrible movie. The original kissing booth movie I feel like you can make it a series with 2 seasons episodes are 45 minutes each and it’s even more watchable just because of the plot and turns.

  • Prarabdha Dhavale
    Prarabdha Dhavale

    5:42 you son of a Gun I cracked it by rewatching that segment again and again On 0.25x and pause Play serval time I cracked it 👇👇👇👇👇👇👇 Boy Stuff = Good Girl Stuff = Bad

  • Emma Louise Alford
    Emma Louise Alford

    The editing in the video is outstanding, its so creative!😀

  • Perla Guerra
    Perla Guerra

    Because we don't expect good things and get used to the bad things. Especially when they are entertaining. As long as they are entertaining, we don't care that it is bad.

  • Dazzmin
    Dazzmin

    Is that a Hey Arnold instrumental in the background at the end of the video? Flamingosis remix?

  • Dank Poster
    Dank Poster

    Snakes on a plane is a good bad movie

  • Zari M
    Zari M

    Same reason we like to eat junk food. As long as you have a balanced diet, i.e. are enjoying crap as well as quality, then I think its fine. End of the day, people are allowed to enjoy what they want. If I want quality I'll watch Breaking Bad, if I just want a laugh and light entertainment I'll watch The Big Bang Theory or Spongebob.

  • CertainlySoup
    CertainlySoup

    My friend hates avatar the last airbender. I asked her why since she's never even watched it. She said it was because it was not a "Real Anime"

    • Romario Henderson
      Romario Henderson

      She's just pretentious

  • Kayla Murphy
    Kayla Murphy

    there are quite a few things in this video that could be talked more about but let's just say this, movies are generally made to fit someone, anyone's fantasy whether that be turning into a super hero, falling in love or whatever and not every movie will be catered to your liking actually a lot won't be which means it's not anyones place to decide what's good and what's bad because it might just not be for you, i mean we all seem to not like disney channel originals now that we are older but that's because those movies are low budgeted movies made for 10-13 year olds they're not for everyone unlike movies like marvel which can be for anyone who likes those kinds of movies. anyway that's all i doubt anyone will actually read this anyway lol ( too long)

  • KillerQueen msp
    KillerQueen msp

    🤣🤣🤣🤣

  • Laini Hurley
    Laini Hurley

    Can u please do Santa Claus 3!

  • radical crab
    radical crab

    Very tok video

  • Safir Aksel
    Safir Aksel

    I love these kinds of essay. Really opens my eye since i usually only watches movies that have high ratings. I should've watched anything, as long as it's entertaining.

  • Sky Maxwell
    Sky Maxwell

    You think the Twilight series are bad movies? You're waaaaaaaaaaaaay wrong mate.

  • Rcl FortniteYt
    Rcl FortniteYt

    It’s always the opposite when someone makes videos or movies or shows that are cool and entertaining people hate it like what is going on with this world then stupid weird dumb things people love it 🤦‍♂️

  • BlairNikayla
    BlairNikayla

    theyre aesthetically pleasing movies that i can only stand to watch once and then im done

  • loungeblogger
    loungeblogger

    society hates tween and teen girls, hence pop culture targeted at them is considered bad. also, mostly movies with young female main characters are considered bad.

  • Katie M
    Katie M

    it would be really cool if you reacted to “A Series of Unfortunate Events” on Netflix.

  • Avery Engel
    Avery Engel

    Im glad Alex made this video bc I'm bashed for loving Riverdale all the time

  • The Outsider
    The Outsider

    Alex: if you love riverdale Me: HAHa Me again: wait you weren’t kidding

  • Abi gigi
    Abi gigi

    We like bad movies cause I feel we don’t need to worry about being disappointed cause we already know it won’t be good... it’s just our way too pass time we just go with it... there is no pressure... for me my fav guilty pleasure movies is the TWILIGHT SAGA why I really don’t know and I don’t care... I know it’s not a good movies but hey I like it the vampires are crazy hot lol

  • Atrin Ghara
    Atrin Ghara

    I couldn’t agree more with everything you said!!

  • Joel Roman
    Joel Roman

    Review Andi Mack

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