If it's crap ... We'll tell you
A lot of you might not get this, but it's happened to me.
You ever see a film that awed you for like an hour after you saw it, and then you started to break it down and found out it was trying to manipulate you into liking it? You ever see a film that made you want to pursue a course of life until that seemed incredibly stupid 10 seconds later?
Most modern films that romanticize the 60's took me in for a bit of my childhood, made me want to be a hippie protester. Bill Maher's film totally made me afraid of religious organizations for about 5 minutes after it was over. Bowling for Columbine made me want to shoot NRA members.
There's probably going to be people who still see what you saw in a certain film, and that's fine. But I think it's good to know what films succeeded in taking you in and for how long and what changed you mind.
The basic point of the film seems to be take a chance and live a little. Try things you wouldn't normally do. Sounds like it was produced by Pedophiles who wait outside the theater.
"Get in the van"
Funny thing is when I walked out of that movie I felt overjoyed and thought ''Man, I really gotta start saying yes more often, I'm such a negative person, in fact, you know what, I'm gonna start today, like, right fucking now. It's gonna be awesome, I'll probably end up doing a lot of things I wasn't capable of before, I'm a better man from now on.''
30 min. Later, friend comes over to my house, ''Hey, we're going to a club tonight, wanna come?''