There might have been a time when The Razzies had some merit. Then, again, maybe it takes seeing movies you loved being panned, apparently, by a whole universe of people before you realise the virtue of not throwing mud. But seeing BDP2 (can you guess which movie I am referring to?) being panned as deserving the No.1 Raspberry award has probably done it for me. And, I absolutely can't stand Nolan's movies. But, I will not do, no matter how much I feel they may deserve it, this to another A-listed (or even B-listed (Is there such a thing as a C-listed) motion picture again (no matter how much of a waste of my personal time I have found it or them again. I promise.
The fact is there are a lot of people who just do not "get" some movies. I "got" the Twilight Saga. Not right away, but eventually and forever. It is about love and the things we do because of love. It took me a while. I didn't read any of the books, at first. I listened to the negative slamming in random comments on the street and over the internet. Eventually, I saw the first two movies on television. Something happened though. Somewhere in the second movie I managed to pay attention, and then I did get it. Then, I picked up a used copy of the Eclipse DVD, and I was hooked. It might have been the doing in of Victoria, I am not sure, but I became a fan of the story.
I would agree with many of the critics out there that BDP2 is the best of them all. It gave me everything I wanted from the series and made me feel a little sad that it was over. I can't say that for anything Nolan's put on film to date but I am nothing if I am not hopeful.