joevitus said: "I mean, it's universally received as awful. I get that two or three people here have a different experience, but it's a bit like trying to argue that Gigli really is a comedy classic or Plan 9 From Outer Space is underrated as a horror film. If you're going to say you like this movie, you're going to have to own you're having an extremely outlier experience and not be so defensive (and lash out with insulting and ageist comments until someone who
Theatre Fan3 said: "" move on and stop trying to make people feel stupid or less than you because they didn’t enjoy this god awful movie."
Perhaps it's time for everybody to move on!! This thread has been more active than the box office for this film but it reached the point quite some time ago that nothing new or constructive was being added and it's sounding like a broken record."
SweetLips22 said: "Thanks clever2--I didn't think her voice was all that wonderful and at times I thought she was Nicole Kidman"
I generally have no opinion of Taylor Swift as nothing she has done has ever caught my attention. I very much enjoyed her here though and that was a surprise. Her presence was powerful and quite sexy. She was a great match for the song, I think, especially since they went the celebrity route with so many of the characters.
dramamama611 said: "n2nbaby said: "Why are people arguing over the Cats movie of all things? C’mon y’all. "
Because that's what we do here at BWW.
I havent seen this, therefore have no personal opinion, but one of my closest theater pals, that likes nearly everything (loved the revival) hated this, too."
I never trust the opinion of someone who “likes nearly everything.”
CATS Film Adaptation Thread Jan 3
2020, 04:49:50 AM
The white cat is Francesca Hayward. Taylor Swift comes down in the moon set piece and sings “Macavity.”
CATS Film Adaptation Thread Jan 2
2020, 08:18:18 PM
Okay, first, I adored the movie because I adored the movie and found it quite lovely. I can think for myself, thank you.
I could turn the tables on you and suggest that everyone who hates it is hating it because they are followers and have jumped on the bandwagon. Or are part of some sort of group think. I hope you’ve found a healthy, happy home in your shared hatred.
Finally, I’m more than happy to defend the film but I’ve never tried to shove down people’s throats that they
AEA AGMA SM said: "In all honesty, the digging in of the heels of how it's their favorite movie and everybody they saw it with has been absolutely enthralled reminds me far more of Lois calling Brian out for being a contrarian onFamily Guy.
So.....I’ve never said it was my favorite movie. My favorite movie is Ang Lee’s THE ICE STORM, thank you very much. I also described no one as being enthralled. I wasn’t in the bodi
joevitus said: "clever2 said: "It remains interesting because in three cities, they laughed when it was funny and they sniffled and cried when it got emotional. There were no “so bad it’s good” reactions. And by my third viewing, I was afraid I must have surely found my way into one of those ridiculing audiences by then. Nope. I’m glad I didn’t have to experience that."
If you've seen it in three cities and are ordering