They’re gonna put me in the movies are you serious? That’s what I’m talking about. I’m talking about how movies actually tell you something and why it matters.
I’m talking about movies not having any plot. Movies just have the plots, and if you don’t get what is going on, you just think its something you can’t relate to. I like to call this “the plothole” because it’s why movies are so terrible at telling you what they’re going to do. Movies actually have plots but they are so simple you can’t even figure out what is going to happen. That makes movies pretty useless for entertainment or education.
In other words, movies are like a book. You are reading it, and you are expecting some kind of plot, and the plot turns out to be so awful you cannt wait to throw the book in the garbage. The plot is not the important part, the plot is to make you look like a moron.
Movie plots are generally simple. Most movie plots are really just a series of set pieces. In fact, even simple plot lines can be so boring with all the dialogue and characters you are forced to watch. The problem is that these simple plots can often be so bland that the only thing they have going for them is that they are told in such a simple way. The problem is that most movie plots just dont matter, that they are so simple that they dont have anything to do with anything.
This is especially a problem when a movie is about something you really care about. When you can show us a simple, plot-less movie that has no plot at all, it opens up a world of possibilities. Take for example, The Matrix. Although it was initially seen as a complex story with multiple plot points, director Ridley Scott soon realized how short the story really was and that it could fit into a movie.
For years, the Matrix sequels have been seen as a film that took too long to get to the point and that the movie ended up being too boring to watch. It was also felt that the movie was too complex, with no real clear answers at the end. I’m not saying that that’s the case with The Matrix, but it’s the same kind of problem with our current movies and TV shows. They’re simply too complex for their own good.