Unpopular Opinions


Kylee Scott, reporter

I don’t like Polar Express. Let’s start off with the fact that my reason has absolutely nothing to do with the movie days of Polar Express we had at school. Those were the best, but we watched it so many times at school, it became repetitious to watch it over and over. I swear, many times I’ve seen it, I could probably recite it word for word. Okay, no I couldn’t, but you get the point. We watched it so many times in school. It’s like a broken record every time I hear even the name of it. “The Polar Express.” “Have you seen the Polar Express?” “The Polar Express is such a good movie, you have to watch it.” It’s just old, we need something new. Off-topic, but The Grinch, is the only acceptable Christmas movie. In fact, it is the only movie I will watch besides Jack Frost and Rudolph The Red-nosed Reindeer. 


Next up, we have that Tik Tok; it is too overrated. Yes, you read that right. In my opinion, Musically was way better than Tik Tok will ever be. Tik Tok has become very toxic in many ways, where Musically wasn’t. And overall 2020 has been a very interesting year to say the least. Tik Tok just reminds me of all the 2020 horrors we all experienced, but I miss music where people didn’t get hate and everyone was nice. Now, it’s all just cancel culture. I’m really saying this, as I have about 6 hours of screen time on it a day. Any sane person who doesn’t have Tik Tok will think I’m out of my mind over that last sentence. 


Shall we continue? Math is green, English is blue. Science is blue, social studies is yellow. I do not care what anyone else says, those colors correspond with those subjects. And if you think otherwise, just no. There is no world where I could make math red. There just isn’t, they don’t go together. I just can’t even see how someone pictures math with red, and no I don’t have an explanation, it just isn’t right in my head. 

And last but not least, I think that the Grinch from The Grinch, is actually a really nice guy. He just had a really bad childhood and resonation with Christmas as a kid. He was an orphan, and he never got to see trees, presents, lights, family dinners, or anything dealing with Christmas because of this. So in the long run, Christmas made him scared, like he would be back there at the orphanage again, almost like it would never escape him. But in the end of the movie, he came around. I think he just needed to be shown that he was cared for. I think the Grinch was pretty cool dude. What do you think?