I'm a idiot. I only like good movies, such as The Matrix, There Will Be Blood, and Gods of Egypt.
About 10 minutes in, I leaned to Nick and whispered, "If we were watching this at home, I would have turned it off by now." There were a couple actually good scenes in the remainder of the film, but if you're gonna follow the "3 good scenes" rule, you can't forget the "no bad ones" half.
For me, the biggest hurdle was the level of cruelty that almost every non-Arthur speaking role has in this movie. The movie opens with…