And you're right. And you know, thinking about it, I think I really should give this franchise another chance, because I don't think I'm getting it.
In fact, ryan, have you heard of the SpoonyOne? He did this long vlog on his opinion on the movie, and listening to his opinion on the movie, I think I'm watching this movie wrong. Want a link to it and see if you agree with him?
I dunno. I think I should rewatch this film and read the books to see if the fans are right. I mean, when I saw the film, they were things I thought were great; the arc Knives and Romma went through was great, there were some hilarious parts in the film, and I love the style the movie went with. But, I dunno, I thought this movie could of been SO much better, but for some reason, it hold itself back, and because of that, I wished it didn't, which is why it's pretty difficult for me to love this film.
Oh, BTW, sorry for the paragraphs. Your comment on the movie sent a spark within me for some reason, so, sorry.
Hmmmm...Weird, I think the total opposite. The way I saw it, I thought this movie really wanted to be this wacky, off the wall, zany movie, but the movie thinks that the romance should ground the zaniness, when in reality, it should of been the characters' chemsity that grounded it. If you ask me, they should of tweak the non-zany to make it better, or to just forgot it and have fun with the movie. I mean, to be honest, I really didn't care for the two characters; Scott was a little too passive for me to like him, and Ramona was a little too underdeveloped for me to buy the romance (I know that was the point of the movie, but the villains were so silly, it was hard to buy into Ramona's feelings for them). Also didn't help that it was hard to give a shit about the villains and some of the supporting characters.