Undeniably stupid, but just as funny. For me Caddyshack hits all the right notes.
Everyone longs to be loved. At our deepest and innermost core, it is our greatest desire. We want to be needed, nurtured, cared for. (500) Days of Summer puts our need to the forefront. Joseph Gordon-Levitt bleeds on our behalf. And isn't it wonderful going through his pain together?
Ghost In The Shell's strengths are its visuals and acting. I felt an emotional tug as well, as Scar Jo's character asked where do I belong? (A question crucial to our humanity) However, it is no secret that the script and direction are seriously lacking. As are the fight scenes. Simply from a psychological aspect Ghost In The Shell is interesting; otherwise avoid it.
The Baywatch trailer sold us: Efron, The Rock, and Daddario in tight bathing suits, saving the day, with quick one liners and shiny jet skis. The film appeared (from the previews) to be a hyped up Fast film, with an ample amount of nostalgia thrown towards the original TV franchise.
Instead what we get is a chubby and horribly uncomedic Jon Bass, who in the first few minutes, chokes on a carrot, gets a boner from Kelly Rohrbach's hiemlich maneuver…