I think we've all had the typical "how could you not have watched that already?! " response from people when we say we haven't saw certain movies.
Films I've yet to watch that people seem shocked I haven't seen already are -
Pretty much every Tarintino film other than Pulp Fiction and Reservoir Dogs (though I wasn't keen on those movies tbh)
The Bond films with Daniel Craig
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Films everyone else seems to have watched but you haven't watch
- Thread Starter
- 04-02-2017 18:03
- 04-02-2017 18:49
I'm not a film person, so basically all of them
- 06-02-2017 04:28
I live in constant shame knowing that I'm a big film fan who hasn't seen Forrest Gump or Saving Private Ryan
- 06-02-2017 04:34
- Forrest Gump (whateva that is
- The Godfather
- The Lord of the Rings
- I claim to be a Potterhead, but I'm sure I haven't completely seen every single scene (I've always wanted to leave some out, sometimes not even deliberately, so I'd have some left for later. I kno how it goes, so I'm fine )
- Die-Hard (Made friend watch all of Harry P so in exchange, need to watch it)
- The Incredibles (heard it's quite, quite incredible for it's time, even now)
I apologise in advance for the disappointment that I am
- 06-02-2017 04:40
I have never seen a single one of them, not even for like 10 minutes.
Oh and Jaws
- 06-02-2017 04:41
- 06-02-2017 05:05
Titanic. Have not watched and it will not watch it. Why does it take it that long for the ship to sink and Leo to die? (spoiler alert lololo) afaik, that's all there's to it.
There are quite a few films which I saw something like 10 years ago and I know I liked them then but I now remember very few things about them so it's like I've never seen them before (e.g. Scent of a Woman, 2001 Odyssey, ET, Saving Private Ryan and a lot more).
- 06-02-2017 06:29
claims to be a film buff, but haven't seen the Breakfast Club or Back to The Future yet
- 06-02-2017 06:35
Pretty Much havn't seen any films...
- Community Assistant
- 06-02-2017 06:37
- 06-02-2017 09:37
'Star wars', 'Interstellar' and the 'The Godfather'