Twitter users are at it again as Dec. 13 saw the return of the hilarious hashtag #ExplainAFilmPlotBadly and it quickly took over the social media site. The challenge is simple, and anyone can join in. All you have to do is to choose a film and try to summarize the plot in the worst way possible.
It may sound bad but you should give it a chance. If you don't want to write your own badly summarized film plot, you can always check out twitter and see what users have come up with so far. You can scan below to see our top picks but there a lot more badly written synopses out there that could make your day, if you want to see more.
Be prepared to read the best of the worst film plot summaries from the #ExplainAFilmPlotBadly hashtag.
Let's take off from the animated films you probably enjoyed. Here's the first one from Disney Pixar's "Ratatouille." It's about that rat who can cook delectable meals who decides to help out the human who can't. Well, that's the friendly part of the story but this fellow saw it differently.
— malc (@Malcsta) December 15, 2015
We really can't make these takes on these two Disney classic films any better.
#ExplainAFilmPlotBadly 14 y/o girl disobeys father & sells her soul to impress a grown stranger cuz he was hot... pic.twitter.com/Sy9K7gmem0 — the weaknd (@tweet_phx42) December 15, 2015
— Dan Slott (@DanSlott) December 13, 2015
This person has a point, though, so we can't complain.
kid plots murder with the help of 4 college kids and the Michelin Man #ExplainAFilmPlotBadly pic.twitter.com/U6XOo8W4va — alyssa (@alyssa_raia) December 15, 2015
Now it's on to live-action films.
Poor Forrest. If you have watched and can recall the film, we're pretty sure it's hard to argue with this one.
— SNOW SHARK (@MarcStraight) December 14, 2015
Then here's another take on L. Frank Baum's classic, "The Wizard of Oz." It's another point of view but we can't say it's completely wrong either.
Two women have a huge fight over a pair of shoes. #ExplainAFilmPlotBadly pic.twitter.com/MeUcbkMRLU — Racial Psychosexual (@martian_munk) December 13, 2015
Have you ever considered Freddy Kreuger in this light?
— Alexander Yarde (@thatalexyarde) December 14, 2015
Someone isn't too happy about "The Martian" in spite of critical acclaim.
Yet again, vast sums of taxpayers' money are spent getting Matt Damon back from somewhere he shouldn't be anyway #ExplainAFilmPlotBadly — Lily Bailey (@LilyBaileyUK) December 13, 2015
This perception of "Superman v Batman: Dawn of Justice" may just be a political eye-opener.
— Maggie Serota (@maggieserota) December 13, 2015
This last one doesn't need explanations, pictures or three guesses for you to figure it out
#ExplainAFilmPlotBadly 100 year old man stalks a 17 year old and sparkles. — Recycled Dad (@RecyledDad) December 13, 2015