7 Most Overrated Films of Hollywood

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Gravity (2013)

The Sandra Bullock starrer was an acclaimed hit, but it falls short on aspects like a thoroughly engaging storyline and tight-knit plotpoints. Still a good watch, but it's no Interstellar.

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The Notebook (2004)

Ryan Gosling is charming and the rain scene is great, but it surely isn't as phenomenal as the romance-bible like status that people provided it when it was released. Not to say it doesn't warrant appreciation for its character building though.

Grease (1978)

Grease is one of those films that was absolutely adored upon its release, but doesn't find itself relevant in the modern landscape. Teenagers were played by 30-year-olds, and it's a regular high school romance that isn't as deep as people make it out to be.

Titanic (1997)

Albeit a great film, most would agree that this film isn't a revolutionary masterpiece that deserves a top-grossing spot in films, although it was a marvel at the time. Plus, there was space for Jack on the door.

The Hunger Games (2012)

While the film was captivating and enthralling, the movie strayed from the depths of commentary on the extreme exploits of capitalism and mental illness that was present in the books.

Avatar (2009)

The film has great 3D design, but the starry visuals are unfortunately paired with a subpar plot, with a cliched storyline. It has great art design, and people watch it solely for that.

Jurassic World (2015)

What was a very original and unique idea 30 years ago, had now become an unending franchise, much like Fast and the Furious, and banked on its predecessors brand for its commercial success.

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