I can't recall the last time I saw a horror film in the theater. The Jedi Master
I can and I want my 2 hours of my life back for that ultra-craptastic "Paranormal Activity".
I actually didn't mind paranormal activity....
Though the one thing that did piss me off about it is.... When your G/f is doing strange things, you see foot prints on the floor, sh1t moving around the house and a wiji (spelt phoenetically) board bursting into flames.... Well don't you think its about time to get the FOOk out of there ?
So if I see a film with elves, dwarves, and hobbits and it has a dragon in it, I'm fine with that. If I see a film about the US space program and then there's a dragon attacking the Cape prior to a launch, I'm NOT fine with that. It's the context, not absolutes. If you stick with absolutes, well, pretty much no film is worthwhile because even those based on real events, like Apollo 13, have a lot of fictionalized events and dialogue as filler.
Hmm, Well i flew a light plane aver hobiton... SO that makes it reality flying over fantasy... How does that fall into the above category.