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Which are the most overrated movies according to you?

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Movies that most of the people love but you consider them as mediocre.

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<a href="/fr/translator/bacon" class="userpopupinfo username" rel="user1392230">Bacon</a>
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*Insert any marvel/DC heroes films other than Iron-Man* as I find most of them rather cringey for some reason , same goes for most "action junkie" films (like Fast & Furious, all the films after the 1st 2 are highly overrated.) as well as crude humour films that rely on s*x jokes as their selling point sometimes.

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I consider Deadpool as "nothing special".
Pulp Fiction the same (it was cool and funny at times but i was expecting more emotion, action and a good adventurous story....l missed that.) and The Dark Knight was good but i was expecting more action. So, yes, i consider them as mediocre at best.
Also, any Marvel movie is so overrated.

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<a href="/fr/translator/zarina01" class="userpopupinfo username" rel="user1295512">Zarina01</a>
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Almost all of Hayao Miyazaki's movies

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<a href="/fr/translator/thomas222" class="userpopupinfo username" rel="user1310118">Thomas222</a>
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*gasps* It requires some serious balls to say that. I'm impressed.

I personally think of the Pirates of the Caribbean.

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<a href="/fr/translator/magicmulder" class="userpopupinfo username" rel="user1264038">magicmulder</a>
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All three "Godfather" movies.

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Agree!!!!

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I don't agree but i respect your opinion....

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Lol, it's ok I knew I was gonna be in the minority on this one xD

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Ha ha I know, it's practically sacrilege to say that on the internet  Tongue smile

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You can also add to the list most "Oscar material" films, as in films made to win the Oscars rather than just being itself, movies like "Dunkirk"(which I just finished watching) or "Selma".

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<a href="/fr/translator/vera-gavrilovic" class="userpopupinfo username" rel="user1375133">Vera Gavrilovic</a>
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50 shades of grey, definitely

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Star Wars franchise, most of the Marvel movies (but I like Black Panther and the Spiderman movies, except the Andrew Garfield ones), Godfather films, Shawshank Redemption (people say it's the best movie ever and I don't understand why), Frozen, the Matrix films, and the Harry Potter franchise.

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<a href="/fr/translator/joutsenpoika" class="userpopupinfo username" rel="user1198099">Ainoa</a>
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Almost anything coming from Hollywood for the past decades and being tagged as a 'big production'/block buster thing. I know there have been some good and very good films, and I know my statement may seem harsh, but there it is.
Those films are successful, because they are American and therefore sold everywhere on the globe.

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<a href="/fr/translator/magicmulder" class="userpopupinfo username" rel="user1264038">magicmulder</a>
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After going through IMDB's Top 250 list and focusing on the ones rated above 9.5/10 average (!) by critics, I would also add these overrated movies:

Casablanca, Ben Hur, Rear Window and (acknowledging it was a game changer technically, at the time) Citizen Kane.

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<a href="/fr/translator/sailor-pokemoon2" class="userpopupinfo username" rel="user1399679">Sailor PokeMoon2</a>
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Some movies were good movies and game changers at the time but since the time... They haven't aged well too.

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I'm going to get killed for this.... Mine are Step Brothers, the Hangover series and Frozen

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<a href="/fr/translator/magicmulder" class="userpopupinfo username" rel="user1264038">magicmulder</a>
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Sailor PokeMoon2 wrote:

I'm going to get killed for this.... Mine are Step Brothers, the Hangover series and Frozen

They're all mediocre at best. The Hangover series is seriously unfunny and, in part II, absolutely cringeworthy and borderline disgusting.

The two movies where my rating on IMDb is 1 star and critics rating is 7+ stars are:

* Enter the Void (7.3 rating) - maybe I didn't get it but it just feels like a bad trip
* Holy Motors (7.1 rating) - like a bad emulation of a David Lynch movie, weird but not in a good way

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<a href="/fr/translator/sailor-pokemoon2" class="userpopupinfo username" rel="user1399679">Sailor PokeMoon2</a>
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Thank you for saying that about both Hangover stuff! Though I have to admit, it WAS a bit interesting for me a sober never ever got drunk before person to watch a group of drunk idiots retrace their steps because I hadn't seen a movie do that before (at the time). Otherwise, I'd give it 5 fresh piles of poop.

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The best movie for a sober person is "Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas", though. A both funny and alarming insight into the life of regular drug (ab)users.

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