Okay, I respect all opinions on movies, but that doesn't mean I have opinions. Here are movies that I CAN'T STAND that some people defend.

Chicken Little

Some people like this movie for Disney "trying something different", but I hate this movie. It's so mean spirited, the movie doesn't give the main character a break, the characters are big jerks (including Buck Ace Cluck) and the plot elements are all over the place! I guess the voice acting is fine, but it's certianly not enough to save Chicken Little!

Jonah: A VeggieTales Movie

This is coming from the mouth of a Christian. While Jonah: A VeggieTales Movie isn't nessecarially a bad movie per se, VeggieTales just has a toxic fanbase that can kill people when they go in there. This movie is no exception. It contains some overly preachy songs, and some poisonous messages. It's not bad thanks to staying true to the bibolical story, and it can have some funny moments, but I gotta admit this ain't no good movie either. 

Pokemon: The First Movie

In all honesty, I like Pokemon. I play the games and check all my Pokemon's EVs and IVs and stuff, but when it comes to the movies, then I have one thing to say: UGH. With the new one that features Pikachu talking, 2017 was a bad year for animation in general, because movies like Surf's Up 2: WaveMania and Tom & Jerry: Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory were really bad. 

Looking at this movie though, the plot was rushed and the writing was bad. This movie's only purpose is to sell Pokemon merchandising and just something that you can dump the kiddies onto and just sit there and watch them enjoy the movie. Stick to the anime.

Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory


I just think the 2005 version is better- CALM DOWN! CALM DOWN! GEEZ! LET ME FINISH!

The 1971 version just doesn't feel like a movie when the 2005 version does. The 1971 version rather wants to be a stretched episode of a TV show but then decided to make a leap onto the big screen. The visuals are cheap, the writing doesn't work that much, and I just HATE Cheer Up Charlie. Not that I cry, it's just there's no point in it to exist. It should just be Charlie walking outside, and then it cuts to Mike Teavee winning the 4th Golden Ticket. What was the point in the song?

But yeah, I did enjoy the movie as a kid. And of course, like all you guys, my mom would forward Cheer Up Charlie from my VHS.