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Things People are Ashamed to Be Fans Of

When a fandom gets too big, it can develop its own set of weird rules and become toxic. All of a sudden you have people who all like the same thing judging each other over certain parts of that thing they like. Sometimes the fandom itself is obnoxious to people who are minding their own business, making it even harder to associate yourself with that thing you like. For a more fun look into fandom, here's a tumblr thread on how Darth Vader is the queen of drama.

Things people are fans of but are ashamed of | WreckNRepeat 13.6k points 1 day ago 1984 s probably my favorite book, but never met another person whose favorite book is 1984 who wasn't completely insufferable.
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Twitter Users Reveal Ridiculous Statements Overheard At The Movie Theater

Remember the days when we could watch movies in the theater without a care in the world? Our biggest worry was which size popcorn to get (large obviously) or where to sit (back row, middle seats, duh). But those days are distant memories, and who knows when we'll be allowed back into theaters. We wouldn't even mind the obnoxious idiots who talk throughout the movie, or who have their phones on loud—just bring back normality, please! Joining us in movie theater nostalgia is writer Mike Ginn, who recently tweeted: "The thing I miss most about movie theaters is overhearing someone say the dumbest f—king thing I've ever heard before the previews start." His tweet went viral, and he received thousands of replies from people, all sharing the dumbest things they've overheard at the movies. What's yours?

tweets of dumb things people overheard at movie theaters | tweet about 127 hours movie @ Save CJ @oboe_cop Replying to @shutupmikeginn I went to see 127 hours at the cinema. Part way through a lady in the row behind me said l hope he's not going to be stuck behind that rock for the whole film
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28 Dumb Yet Satisfying 'Movie Title In Movie Lines' Memes

Anyone else feel like their meme standards have taken a nose dive of late? Political fatigue and a general contempt for the world seem to have skewed our taste towards the very dumb. This past weekend we were graced by meme that easily meets this very low criteria. According to Know Your Meme, the trend began on 4chan, after a user shared a still of Paul Allen (Jared Leto) in American Psycho. The intentionally miscaptioned still reads  "Patrick, it's you!! You're the American Psycho?!!," to which another 4chan user replies "He didn't say that." After other users chimed in, the thread grew to over 100 replies. And now it looks like it made an impact in the memeosphere.

Following the 4chan thread, the format started to pop up on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. Users seemed to be scrambling to create (and share) the incredibly stupid and easy-to-make memes. Even gamers got in on the joke, creating their own versions for releases such as Death Stranding and Final Fantasy. While it's hard to present these memes as the "best" of anything, they're pretty damn entertaining. Here's hoping we see more dumb and easy content in the coming months. This year needs all the help it can get.

Funny trending movie memes, misquotes, miscaptions, movie stills, funny memes | well, Master Wayne suppose this is Batman Begins Alfred the butler | Put Matrix on phone, tell him blow Neo Keanu Reeves
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People Only Love Emma Stone More After Her Impressively Cringe-Worthy Moment Last Night at the Golden Globes

'La La Land' Director Damien Chazelle won a Golden Globe last night for Best Director, and Emma Stone's congratulatory kiss did not go as planned...at all.

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It's Ryan O'Neal from Tough Guys Don't Dance (1987). If you can find a worse one, let us know (other than "OH MY GOOOOOOOOOOOOOOD!!!" from Troll 2).

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'Cats' Is So Bad That Critics Are Getting Rather Creative With Their Reviews

As far as god-awful movies go, first we got Sonic, and now we have...Cats, which will be released in theaters tomorrow.

The egregiousness of the latter was brought to light by Twitter user River Wells, whose tweet about the movie's comically bad reviews went viral. We gotta say though, some of these reviews are so ridiculous that they almost make us want to go watch the movie. Almost.

We're starting to think that maybe, just maybe, producers are making horrendously bad movies on purpose in order to get people to watch them ironically.

Funny negative reviews of the movie 'Cats'
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Twenty-Five More Hilarious 'Cats' Reviews From Traumatized Critics

Is Cats the worst movie of all time? A lot of critics seem to think so. The movie seems to be the textbook definition of the word fail, so much so that Rotten Tomatoes gave it a horrendous 18% rating. But hey, at least it's given us some incredibly entertaining reviews from traumatized critics? That's gotta count for something.

We just want to pray for you if you had the misfortune of actually viewing the movie, and we hope that you find a way to cleanse your eyes of this monstrosity.

Click here if you'd like to see our first roundup of hilarious Cats reviews!

Funny reviews of the movie 'Cats' | rotten reviews from rotten tomatoes would rather eat glass than watch Cats again, but if someone were put out warts-and-all behind--scenes documentary on its making would watch hell out Original Score: 1/5 Peter Sobczynski Are all cast being held hostage? Original Score: 1/5 Jamie East
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