There are a special collection of films that the masses tend to endlessly gravitate around; films that the collective human race are somehow pre-programmed to re-watch over and over again on a regular basis, for no reason other than: "This... again!" You know the films. Romantic comedies slapped with slightly suggestive two-word titles like Dirty Dancing and Pretty Woman. Lengthy, hopeful dramas with life-affirming messages such as The Shawshank Redemption. Mainstream flicks with just a hint of edginess, like Fight Club. And, of course... anything that Christopher Nolan turns out. Not that there's anything nothing wrong with these particular movies; they're popular for a reason, and people go back to them time and time again because they offer up a sense of tried and tested goodness - they're comforting, like your favourite hot meal. But whereas a lot of very popular motion pictures deserve their good reputations, there are some so irksome that you're left wondering why the heck everyone you know is so enamoured with them (and has been for ages). Seriously: what's going on?