10 Subplots That Ruined An Otherwise Great Movie, According To Reddit
146 0  2022-05-14 20:46:14
Sonic The Hedgehog 2 had an incredible run in theatres, made hundreds of millions of dollars, and fans and general audiences love it, but its human subplot was heavily criticized. The scenes went on for way too long, it ruined an otherwise great movie, and it's hopefully dropped for Sonic the Hedgehog 3. The kids' movie is far from the first film that would be so much better if it dropped an unnecessary subplot, and Redditors have tons of examples. Between crime dramas focusing too much on personal issues, questionable actions in beloved romcoms, and weird elf-dwarf love triangles, it's hard to believe these subplots are in such celebrated movies.More...

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