7 Movies That Were Ruined By One Misjudged Scene

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  • Published on Jul 28, 2018
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    Notting Hill: 00:39 - 01:24
    Sunshine: 01:24 - 02:09
    Red River: 02:09 - 02:55
    Django Unchained: 02:55 - 03:32
    The Escapist: 03:32 - 04:14
    Watchmen: 04:14 - 05:10
    The Breakfast Club: 05:10 - 06:22.
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  • Scott Sullivan
    Scott Sullivan 4 days ago

    I must get in my two cents on Notting Hill. First of all, not at all ashamed to admit that it is among my favorite movies of all time. On the "film-geek" plane...it is a reverse Cinderella story, has one of the most brilliant "montage" scenes ever (with Hugh Grant walking through all four seasons to the sound of "Ain't no sunshine when she's gone"...all filmed in a single take along a single street...BRILLIANT) tvclip.biz/video/Ce_BXD_ONQ8/video.html, and a wonderful collection of side characters and stories...not to mention the perfect chemistry between Hugh Grant and Julia Roberts.
    As to the cornball line...the beauty of it is that the writers acknowledge this in the diner conversation where Hugh Grant acknowledges to his friends that, as an actress, of course she can "deliver a line."
    Fact is, actors and actresses do tend to be a bit overly dramatic...even in real life. When you spend your career, or even your whole life delivering lines, sometimes "cornball" lines just become a part of your normal way of speaking.
    So ...cornball? yeah. But that's also what makes it so charming and real. Without the restaurant scene afterwards, I might agree with you. But when you're trying really hard to ask someone to love you, especially after you've really fouled things up, sometimes, cornball lines are just exactly what you are feeling in the moment.

  • TheGr8stManEvr
    TheGr8stManEvr 5 days ago

    WHO'S THE CHICK FROM THE THUMBNAIL DAMN IT!

  • Njofrekk
    Njofrekk 6 days ago

    Just wasted 6 and a half minutes of my life...at least now I know to avoid this pointless channel...

  • Joe McGarrity
    Joe McGarrity 6 days ago

    Tarantino is brilliant. You're not.

  • Evil Queen Of Cakes
    Evil Queen Of Cakes 7 days ago

    The Watchmen is awesome 💗
    The sex scene was awful lol

  • huggysocks
    huggysocks 7 days ago

    Video should be called "nitpicking small scenes in great movies and misunderstanding others" By the way did you watch the breakfast club?

  • Gary Kabler
    Gary Kabler 9 days ago

    I thought that Notting Hill was the most boring, unfunny "comedy" that I've ever seen. I remember sitting in the theater watching it and not cracking a smile through the entire film!

  • Kevin Ryan
    Kevin Ryan 9 days ago

    You are a fucking idiot and have no idea what you are talking about. Please stop making videos.

  • jw zacher
    jw zacher 11 days ago

    Chasing Amy. Had to be there.

  • ReviewTube
    ReviewTube 12 days ago

    Are kidding me? The hallelujah scene was a master of love on screen.

  • Jason Hopkins
    Jason Hopkins 13 days ago

    That sex scene in Watchmen was alright. Could have done without it. The exaggerated violence & extra gore Snyder added to the action sequences were a bigger dud to me.

  • Zee Ski
    Zee Ski 15 days ago

    How about mentioning in the force awakens when a girl not trained in the force is able to jedi mine trick her captor so she can escape. That completely took me out of the movie

  • Neil Dennis
    Neil Dennis 18 days ago

    If you ignore how QT ignored numerous things that couldn’t have happened in 1858 (including repeating rifles), Django’s fun.

  • Mumbles NUMBA_1
    Mumbles NUMBA_1 19 days ago

    Retro 0J

  • Mark Stone
    Mark Stone 20 days ago

    The Breakfast Club is not about self-acceptance, it's about how very different people can find common ground and overcome prejudices.

  • Lina Claes
    Lina Claes 20 days ago

    jewish job orange canvas place sense brand movie sodium english.

  • xaninha123
    xaninha123 21 day ago

    Oh boy I wonder what that nu-male piece of shit has to say about movies!

  • mimic mimic
    mimic mimic 22 days ago

    One TVclip video that was ruined by a misjudged hat!

  • Jose Fernando Ochoa Coello

    is whatculture becoming the new watchmojo?? #gettingmoredislikesforidioticslists

  • bigearedmouse17
    bigearedmouse17 23 days ago

    NOBODY said or thought that about WATCHMAN ?

  • reefergladness
    reefergladness 23 days ago

    fight club, the prestige and usual suspects all had one twist too many

  • Idalmi Acosta
    Idalmi Acosta 24 days ago

    I completely agree on Django it was cheap thrills that scene and horribly acted and unnecessary

  • Andracoz
    Andracoz 24 days ago

    Disagree with all 7.

  • Gregory Anderson
    Gregory Anderson 25 days ago

    Being yourself doesn't mean you cannot change. We all change over time. Most women do a makeover daily. I liked the grungy Ally Sheedy. All of the club changes in this movie. The song implies that they are all likely do revert as soon as they walk away. It is not so much about self acceptance but acceptance of others different than ourselves. The final scene is Judd Nelson put Molly Ringwald's earing in his ear and feeling triumphant. He doesn't get the girl, but he triumphs in the fact that he had her attention on that particular day.
    Dear Mr. Vernon, we accept the fact that we had to sacrifice a whole saturday in detention for whatever it is we did wrong, but we think you're crazy for making us write an essay telling you who we think we are. You see us as you want to see us, in the simplest terms, in the most convenient definitions. But what we found out, is that each one of us is a brain, and an athlete, and a basketcase, a princess, and a criminal. Does that answer your question? Sincerely yours, The Breakfast Club.

  • Peter Kent
    Peter Kent 25 days ago

    I don't even remember the sex scene in Watchmen... Is it possible I've seen a differently rated version. Damn!

  • yurdp
    yurdp 27 days ago

    I think the makeover was more about trying something new, not about changing who she is.

  • HamOnTheCob
    HamOnTheCob 27 days ago

    Re: The Breakfast Club, I think the point was that she always wanted to be a girly girl but she never thought she was worth anything and never thought she was pretty enough to be a part of that scene. So by doing the makeover and having Charlie Sheen's brother fall for her, it was showing her that in fact she wasn't worthless and that she really was good enough and pretty enough to be the person she always wanted to be. At least that's how I've taken it. I've probably seen that movie more than any other, and once in a while I find a new perspective, so I could be wrong of course.
    Great video as always. Cheers!

  • Craig A Russell
    Craig A Russell 27 days ago

    Who is watching the 'Watchmen',,koz I was only interested in seeing that gorgeous Lady in the sussies aye that 50's look..and then her braw daughter with that kinky latex outfit that made me want her to just parade her lovely self right there and then..facking BEAUTIFUL.. And sum😈✌😈〽🆒✔😁

  • Majin Luu
    Majin Luu 28 days ago

    Totally agreed with the Watchmen. Fantastic movie but that scene was just so awkward to watch. So glad after all these years I'm not alone in thinking that 😂😂

  • Gav-Van DreamerMakerFixer

    You really need to re-watch the Breakfast Club.. because you missed the point of that sceen totally

  • Russ Ohlhausen
    Russ Ohlhausen 28 days ago

    The only one I whole-heartedly agree with is The Breakfast Club. Emilio, dude? Your dancing sucked, your window-shattering roar after toking up was ludicrous...and you expected Ally Sheedy to tart up for YOU? No way, Sporto. That scene always made me go 'grrrr'.

  • Fᴇᴜᴇʀʙʟᴜᴛ [RAGEMODE]

    99,9% of Sex scenes in movies look fake and unrealistic as shit and add nothing to the plot.
    That's why 99,9%of Sex scenes ruin movies and series for me including watchmen but this movie was dogshit anyway.
    Yet it still managed to ruin this wonderful song for me.

  • Isra man
    Isra man 29 days ago

    I actually liked that scene in Django Unchained. The whole movie was beautifully done.

  • Thomas Hughes
    Thomas Hughes 29 days ago

    @WhatCulture No one should be watching Watchmen with their kids, they are horrible parents if they do. The violence/gore is far worse than the sex scene, although that was an awkward scene, I do agree.

  • PGDJ
    PGDJ 29 days ago

    Django unchained is in no way ruined...at all... ever....

  • TheaterPup
    TheaterPup 29 days ago

    I will defend the Breakfast Club one. All of the students are having their defenses and disguises shattered, including Ally Sheedy's character. She is more than just a weirdo loner, the same way Emilio Estevez is more than just the dumb jock.

  • Rational Conservative

    I wouldn't say that the Australian scene ruined Django. I would say that it was unnecessary.
    Watchmen was rated R. If you brought your 8 year old, that is on you. That airship scene was great. It wasn't just gratuitous sex like so many movies like to insert into their movies. It actually meant something to both characters. What that scene demonstrated, among other things, was that Jupiter was starting to let go of Dr. Manhattan.

  • James McCalister
    James McCalister Month ago

    The watchmen was exactly like the comic book, gtfo

  • Margaret Gust
    Margaret Gust Month ago

    You watch some pretty crappy movies. The Breakfast Club scene was fine - these were teenagers and they don't know who they are yet. It is perfectly fine that the girl tried changing her appearance - that is what teenaged girls are supposed to do. I thought the message of that film was that everyone thought all the other people around them were more self-confident and knew what they were going - they discovered they were all searching for their own identities.

  • dyl flah
    dyl flah Month ago

    breakfast club is perfect.

  • Alan Raptor
    Alan Raptor Month ago

    er dude.. the sex scene in watchmen iirc is right between Rorschach burning some guys face off with chip fat and someone else getting their arms cut off with a circular saw. You probably shouldn't have been watching it with your kids.

  • Laurence Morgan
    Laurence Morgan Month ago

    worthless opinions are a plenty

  • legofan370
    legofan370 Month ago

    What's so funny, is that everyone complains about the Hallelujah sex scene from Watchmen, yet it was taken verbatim from the original novel, right down to the fire ejaculate symbolism. So blame Alan Moore or Dave Gibbons. Sure Snyder could've taken the scene out, but it did add to the characters of Nite Owl II and Silk Spectre II a bit. But whatever, that's just my thoughts.

  • Brian A A.
    Brian A A. Month ago

    WHY THE FUCK...DO YOU BITCHES NEED TO BEG FOR SUBSCRIPTIONS..

  • 3333glen
    3333glen Month ago

    You loved Sunshine? The plot was f-ing stupid.

  • Kyle Campbell
    Kyle Campbell Month ago

    Who would watch Watchmen with their parents?
    It is more violent than Deadpool and Logan combined

  • MrRedwood86
    MrRedwood86 Month ago

    I agree with your general synopsis of the Watchmen, but that scene that you think rather cringe-worthy felt really natural to me. I was fine with the whole thing, and I loved the movie. The Django Unchained scene, while I admit that I didn't really care for it and it seemed a tad out of place, it did not bother me and I was perfectly OK with watching a couple of guys with horridly fake Australian accents get shot up and blown to shit.

  • Thom Cousens
    Thom Cousens Month ago

    Roman Holiday > Notting Hill

  • Helabi Esabis
    Helabi Esabis Month ago

    c'mon it is same as oldest actor in teen movie post... recycle... booooo

  • Reed
    Reed Month ago

    The Jock in Breakfast club kinda reveals that his dad is abusive and he hates the person he is when he tries to be the popular jock, but him connecting with the pre-goth goth girl isn't about her putting a bow in her hair, it's about him deciding not to be a douche.

  • Laverne Blaszczyk
    Laverne Blaszczyk Month ago

    I think you missed the whole point of the Breakfast Club scene- it more about the bonding between the two girls than the weirdo and jock getting together, lol she was just using him for validation

  • Laverne Blaszczyk
    Laverne Blaszczyk Month ago

    I could never work out if the Watchmen were actually super or not...Dr Manhattan was...And I guess that smart guy was genius level smart- but is that a power??

  • gridsleep
    gridsleep Month ago

    Was Notting Hill actually a sort of inverted Black Books?

  • Bret .Maverick
    Bret .Maverick Month ago

    And that's why you're not a film maker. Because you're an idiot.

  • Dave Shaffer
    Dave Shaffer Month ago

    I had no idea what he was talking about because I hadn't seen any of those crappy movies, except for "Red River".

  • q7wasp7
    q7wasp7 Month ago

    9-09-2018 I thought one of the better scenes in Watchmen was the sex scene in Archie (the air-ship). Watchmen is solidly in my top ten list of dystopian super hero movies and is FAR more watchable than almost all of the recent so-called super hero movies. Most of the other movies mentioned here I have not heard of before.

  • TaintedGenre
    TaintedGenre Month ago

    I assumed this video was about films that people hated because they misjudged a scene. So if they had understood the scene correctly then the movie would of been brilliant.
    I personally liked that line in Notting Hill - but I kinda like corny romance 😆

  • ElTurbinado
    ElTurbinado Month ago

    Holy crap this guy is obnoxious.

  • Mastertroll noreplyback

    Are all you FUCKTARDS IN NERD WRESTLING PROMO MODE ALL THE TIME WHEN YOU DO VIDEOS!!!! WTF!!!

  • Move_I_Got_This
    Move_I_Got_This Month ago

    I was going to answer some of these but this video is so half ass done it's not worth my answer or subscription.
    Just another pathetic channel that is desperate to put up content, even if that content is stupid.

  • sicboi
    sicboi Month ago

    Ps love u

  • sicboi
    sicboi Month ago

    Shave yer beard u look 45 yrs old twat

  • NoneOfYour Beeswax
    NoneOfYour Beeswax Month ago

    This guy must hate 🄶🄰🄼🄴 🄾🄵 🅃🄷🅁🄾🄽🄴🅂.

  • Brains before BS
    Brains before BS Month ago

    Jules looks like a younger Gandalf

  • Leonard Weisfeld
    Leonard Weisfeld Month ago

    re Breakfast Club. Maybe the "basket case" wasn't portraying who she really was as a black-clad bag lady

  • Joe G W Suell
    Joe G W Suell Month ago

    I don't see how he missed the alien womb in Aliens 4. That movie was good and had me going until the womb and the albino alien ruined the last act.

  • Aselene
    Aselene Month ago

    May of already been said but 'Wolf Creek', the ending ruins the whole build up in one humungus swoop, the scene where the girl has a chance to finish the bad guy off totally but decides knocking him out is good enough before going to help her friend. Seen this rubbish story telling in a Movie called Cold Prey I think. It allows the bad guy to get up, disappear only to strike again urgh! Dumbest decision ever!
    Anyway Most are masterpieces and not really ruined but yeah Notting hill is just awful, the usual rush at the end to reunite lovers before one of them disappears forever on place, train or boat. Plus its a soppy romance urgh. Sunshine I adore, yeah it's a little off at the end but doesn't wreck it/derail it at all. I'm pretty sure Django and Watchmen aren't that effected either. But each to their own I suppose

  • Ragabash Moon
    Ragabash Moon Month ago

    I have an idea for a video, and I know your headliner movie... Movies ruined because of the public knowing nothing of the source material... headliner? Ghost in the Shell. I'll leave you to do the research on why that movie is the #1 example.

  • Steve Vaughn
    Steve Vaughn Month ago +1

    Totally disagree about the first illustration. As much as I dislike Julia Roberts in ANYTHING, I felt that this was actually the best line in the movie. It was very simple, direct, and sweet.

  • potterpotty01
    potterpotty01 Month ago

    I like the end where he is pretend pointing at things that aren't there.
    The rest of it was rubbish, although I kind of agree with the breakfast club.

  • Ron White
    Ron White Month ago

    You could have cut ALL of Django out....it was another pretentious piece of cack from Tarantino, badly ripping off every spaghetti western he'd seen.....tit.

  • trafficsignal101
    trafficsignal101 Month ago

    More like seven movies that were just plain ruined. What a bunch of crap.

  • Rob Hansen
    Rob Hansen Month ago

    that was the point of the Breakfast Club makeover scene, though. It was meant to include us. It was John Hughes breaking the fourth wall, and asking us if we're willing to accept Allison after the makeover. It was to see if we were willing to truly not care about appearance and just like a person for themselves. Hughes took it to one extreme with Allison and then he took it to the other. It then became our turn to decide. I thought it was a brilliant choice

    • Rob Hansen
      Rob Hansen Month ago

      well if it was truly for our benefit, her make-over wouldn't matter to us because we already decided we like her, and just want her to be happy.

    • Viking Song
      Viking Song Month ago

      If that was the case then why the need for a make over?

  • LJ Powell
    LJ Powell Month ago

    Where the fuck is Adam?

  • No
    No Month ago

    You don't pull any rug even with that epiuc beard.

  • Spencer Hewlett
    Spencer Hewlett Month ago

    Nothing ruined Watchmen
    Idiots

  • Non-Pupolar Newsreel

    Promethuis when Charlize theron agreed to sleep with the black captain of the ship - I cut that scene out and the movie lost nothing, proving that the whole scene is simply miscegenation propaganda.

  • Gary Stump Sr
    Gary Stump Sr Month ago

    The only people who could possibly think it's okay being me are those who aren't me.

  • Irrelevant Noob
    Irrelevant Noob Month ago

    6:29 missing annotations?

  • bheast86
    bheast86 Month ago

    the NOTTING HILL bit is in the 'Is it raining? I hadn't noticed' tradition, where something was called for and it wasn't great (but still massively better than 'When your facing a loaded gun, what's the difference?')
    WATCHMEN did good surgery on a complex mythos in excising a subplot that lent a lot to the graphic novels but would have been almost unfilmable.
    RED RIVER - right about studio intervention by people who didn't want John Wayne killed non-heroically, but you show the wrong scene, where Noah Beery doesn't want one of his friends to kill the other. In the original, John Ireland was prepared to shoot it out with John Wayne (so that Montgomery Clift wouldn't have to do it) and mortally wound him so that he couldn't manage the fatal shoot-out between the characters who WEREN'T actually father and son.

  • Cornelius Dobeneck
    Cornelius Dobeneck Month ago

    One scene nobody does care about but actually ruins a whole movie is the moment in "Lord of the Rings" where the heroes are sorrounded by brainless slaughtermachines, shoting arrows from 2000 feet away, crawling up walls and stuff all just because they super badly wanna kill these jerks and then .... and then .... and then .... and then .... well but THEN ... and after that ..... and finally when Mrs. Balrog was satisfied with her make up the movie went on. Actually all heros would have been dead if the super insane slaughter-machine Orcs and stuff haven't been ordered to make dumb faces and play some chess butt well .....

  • Mark Sampson
    Mark Sampson Month ago

    “Misjudged” and “misguided” are not necessarily synonymous.

  • Ron Wylie
    Ron Wylie Month ago

    Watchman was {for me} the best superhero movie ever, it is perfect in every way but IF you only take the Rorschach scenes it is absolutely amazing

  • Andrew Stalker
    Andrew Stalker Month ago

    I think the makeover in Breakfast Club is pretty much the only case in which that trope works, because throughout the whole film you see him falling for her.
    It’s not, “I wasn’t attracted to you before, but now that you’ve changed everything about yourself I am,” the way a lot of movies screw it up, because he was attracted to her before. It’s just emphasizing that moment where you see someone you already have a crush on and they look particularly beautiful.
    Also, the real thing that undermines The Breakfast Club is Claire suddenly deciding that she likes Bender after he literally harassed her to the point of tears several times. The scene where she goes to see him in the closet, where they have their first actual nice moment together, is almost immediately preceded by him yelling at her that she’s a bitch until she starts to cry.
    Seriously. This conversation happens: tvclip.biz/video/jsZkkqLDFmg/video.html
    Then this conversation happens: tvclip.biz/video/sdrTKPyW018/video.html
    Then Bender sneaks back to the closet, Claire gives Allison a makeover, and then Claire goes to see Bender and kisses him. It’s absurd how quick her change of heart is.

  • Todd Garver
    Todd Garver Month ago

    Don't take your kids to R rated movies.

  • Todd Garver
    Todd Garver Month ago

    Sunshine is not a good film

  • Gerard Bakker
    Gerard Bakker Month ago

    The point of the Breakfast Club makeover was exactly for that reason you described and dismissed. Your assessment is 2 dimensional if you cant see that. The "basket case" is beautiful. The jock's filter for beauty is skewed by convention until it's reset. It's not that she can look beautiful with makeup, its that she is beautiful regardless of it. A key and poignant moment in the film.

  • GT Crain
    GT Crain Month ago

    How about a video on 1 movie ruined by every scene.
    The Last Jedi

  • Knox Harrington
    Knox Harrington Month ago

    Wow, I couldn't disagree with you more on most of these. You seem like an excellent reverse barometer when it comes to evaluating movie scenes. 1.5 million subscribers eh? That seems absurd to me considering how many really worthwhile channels have nowhere near that many people signed on. I guess there's just no accounting for taste in this crazy world, or should I say the lack thereof.

  • StixFerryMan
    StixFerryMan Month ago

    ‘Be happy with who you are. Don’t change anything
    Be happy with who you are, but change who you are if you feel like you don’t have the confidence.
    Be happy with who you are, but if you are not find someone to talk to.’
    In short, what you said.
    The whole thing was she was not happy and her persona was her way of pushing ppl away, trying to fade away and her emotionally cutting herself.
    Yes a bow in her hair sounds silly, but in movies you use narration shortcuts.
    What that scene was about was confidence. Stepping outside the sad, the easy, the self wallowing and exploring life as an active member. The whole movie was about that. Each character was a little broken, not one was really happy with “who they were”, because who they were was not something that came from self acceptance nor happiness. This movie was about these kids helping themselves and each other heal themselves, find out who they were, who they wanted to be, and gain the confidence to be happy being who they are.
    So basically, you criticise the movie for trying to say the exact thing you then say.

  • Stuart Garlick
    Stuart Garlick Month ago

    Jules just elevated WhatCulture from a smug comedy vacuum into a really cool place, if only for a few moments. You probably had to slip it past the producers, but that line about mental health was beautiful, and genuinely brilliant. Well done.

  • Mirrorz
    Mirrorz Month ago

    Only 1 movie ever comes to mind when someone mentions 1 scene that ruins an otherwise enjoyable film (not high art - just enjoyable) and that was Rat Race. John Cleese, Rowan Atkinson, and nearly everyone else execute their ridiculously hilarious roles perfectly all the way up until the kid playing John Lovitz's son in the movie says, "LOOK! It's Smashmouth" and we're forced to end the movie on a goddamn 1-hit wonder's concert while the plot circles the drain. Every moment that came before that is instantly nullified and the whole movie is soured.

  • Bazil Bedazzil
    Bazil Bedazzil Month ago

    This is soooo boring

  • Bob Martin
    Bob Martin Month ago

    Django was great... the QT shows up with a horrible accent and bad acting. Why does he put himself in his movies??

  • Bigleedog7
    Bigleedog7 Month ago

    Stupid! If you're going to do this you have to actually have films that were ruined. Red River was made great by the scene you mention so was Django so were the others. Maybe you don't get them because you're a foreigner.......lol The wonderful thing about being yourself is YOU decide what you are.... Like I could be a total NERD who looks like Pee Wee Herman's idiot twin brother but one day I can decide to grow a beard wear a knit cap and act as if I'm cool by making random poorly conceived TVclip videos....AND I'd be totally myself...lol

  • Jonathan Pal
    Jonathan Pal Month ago

    Watchmen was R Rated. If the adult brought their kid to it, they knew what they were in for. Why do small stupid things ruin great movies for you?

  • ron hutcheson
    ron hutcheson Month ago

    The basic primes of Sunshine was total crap, OK it was well acted and the CGI was on par with others made at the time, but when they are all worried at the last minute that they are not going to be able to get away from the sun.... well it was basically set out as a suicide mission from the start.

  • spacecadet35
    spacecadet35 Month ago

    The bit you are complaining about in Notting Hill is the bit I and my friends like the most. It is the pivotal scene of the whole movie. I am sorry you don't really like romances.

  • theangryhobos
    theangryhobos Month ago

    Hugh Grant has a strange mouth.

  • Brad Sumner
    Brad Sumner Month ago

    I feel your take on the Breakfast Club scene is off the mark. The scene was not about "embracing makeup" but allowing your inner beauty to shine. Ally Sheedy's character was "ignored" all her life up to that point. She had allowed it to beat her down to the point where she felt she had to hide and push others away before they could leave her after seeing how pitiful and plain she was. The makeover was not so much about the makeup (as evidence by the bare hint of it on her face) but more about opening up and letting people (Emilio Estevez) see how beautiful she was in and out.

    • Brad Sumner
      Brad Sumner Month ago

      I did not say she was. I said she "FELT". It was the observation of how she reacted by curling up when yelled at. The character felt pitiful and plain, it is how she expected others to see her if they really got a look at her. Obviously it was not an observation of the truth, it was the perception of the character. And her believing that caused her to act on it. The makeover scene was about he finally connecting with others and letting them see her.

    • Viking Song
      Viking Song Month ago

      Man posts shallow comment. Quelle surprise. She wasn't plain and women don't need male approval to be happy. The makeover scene was bullshit.