I have never picked up on the themes or symbolism of a film I have watched. I just see the pictures and hear the sounds, maybe follow the plot.
>>177171244Same here, but after the symbolism is explained to be I belittle others for not getting it.
>>177171244>>177171345Well, yeah. This is a basic requirement to become the average /tv/ poster. You're not special
>>177171244that's a funny hat
I like those movies were the plot is sort of meaningless and just serve to string together interesting/funny/nudity/karate scenes. Plot is overrated
You're not missing much, even when you notice them its just been all done before. So in a way I kind of envy you
>>177171244then why are you the cowboy from mulholland drive
>>177171244Me on the other hand, I only pick up on symbolism. Only film I ever watch is Name of the Rose.
>>177171797have you read the book?
>>177171244High IQ directors like Eisenstein, Griffith, Godard or Michael Bay are always dialectical and never have to resort to fetishisms such as symbol, metaphor or obscurantism.
>>177171244>little frog>basedmany such cases
I've been trying to follow the story of Cyberpunk Edgerunners but I just stare at the screen and ignore the subtitles