All of us have not liked certain movies that most other people absolutely LOVE. And when the movie is a blockbuster, it is best to just shut up and not talk about the movie when there is a discussion.
Nevertheless, I have made a little list of movies that I did not like. This doesn't mean that I despised them, but they did absolutely nothing for me. Sometimes I understood why other people loved them, sometimes I was clueless. And I feel no reason to justify my own choices. Sometimes I have no valid reason. (Sometimes I do.)
I restricted my list to English language movies from the last 40 or 50 years, but absolutely anything goes if you want to add some of your own movies.
1. Pulp Fiction 2. Kill Bill 3. One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest 4. Inception 5. Chinatown 6. The Sixth Sense 7. Mulholland Drive 8. Lost in Translation 9. Mad Max - Fury Road
Never heard of Beaches, but I neither saw nor read Love Story. I liked some of Woody Allen's early movies (Manhattan, Annie Hall were the best) some others were okay, but they really went downhill some years ago and I didn't see any more.
Mostly I avoided going to schmaltzy movies so can't say whether I would have like them. I walked out of Fiddler on the Roof, Punchdrunk Love (I can't stand Adam Sandler) and a few others I don't remember.
Ditto on all of the above listed. I am sure there are others. Along with Pulp Fiction, I don't like any of Tarantino's films. Like BJD, I can enjoy a couple of Woody Allen's early movies. Mainly the backdrop of NYC. And like Lagatta, I have never seen any of the Star Wars movies. It's a genre I can't abide.
"Learn silence. With the quiet serenity of a meditative mind, listen, absorb, transcribe, and transform" - Pythagoras
Not sure i saw half of those. ...cuckoos is the movie with Jack Nicholson ? I loved that one. I like kill bill but never saw it entirely. Same for pulp fiction. I disliked inception. I love the starwars 4-6.