I'm not joking at all.
And to be honest, I could care less about your opinion of movies. You think the acting in "The Dark Knight" is mediocre, and that "The Last Airbender" was awesome. Clearly your idea of a good movie is about as far off as you can get...either that, or you're just a kid that doesn't understand what a good movie actually is. I'm guessing it's a combination of the two.
And yet that's exactly what you
sound like...a kid that doesn't understand what a good movie actually is.
You're gonna base my opinion of a good movie based on two movies? Saying that Paranormal Activity is good is to me from you is like saying The Last Airbender was good to you from me.
If you must know, my idea of a good movie is as follows:
-The Butterfly Effect
-Shaun of the Dead
-Spider Man (1 & 2)
-Tekkonkinkreet (a movie you probably wouldn't be able to grasp the true depth of)
-Pretty much anything by Haiyo Miyazaki or Studio Ghibli
I could go on, but I think the point that my taste in movies is not one-sided is pretty clear. Unlike you, my taste in movies is based on more than good acting and other peoples opinions.
Paranormal Activity was pure crap. It was obvious acting and bad visual effects. Which kind of makes me wonder...if you care so much about good acting, how could you possibly like Paranormal Activity?
On the note of The Dark Knight. I liked the movie, and I don't think you can get that through your head, but try. The story was excellent and the acting was alright (Heath Ledger was clearly the only one who really pushed his limits to do an amazing job as far as acting goes. Christian Bale did a good job, but it definitely wasn't amazing. The rest were forgettable.) The visual effects were excellent and the costume and set design were exceptional. Don't act as if I thought it was a bad movie.
Also, I never said that The Last Airbender was "awesome", I said it was a genuinely good movie. I didn't say it was amazing or the best movie I'd ever seen, all I was saying was that it wasn't as bad as everyone makes it out to be.