You're probably used to the movie descriptions rolled out by production companies to try and get you to go see their films. While that might be technically correct, wouldn't you rather have a more realistic version so you know what you're getting into?

Thanks to the power of Twitter and #ExplainAFilmPlotBadly, now you can. Are they always completely accurate? Not so much, but they are always completely entertaining.

The Revenant

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Harry Potter

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Titanic

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Lord of the Rings

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Friends

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Twilight

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Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs

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The Dark Knight

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Forrest Gump

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Home Alone 2

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The Chronicles of Narnia

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Mr. & Mrs. Smith

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The Martian

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Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone

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Star Wars: Episode V - The Empire Strikes Back

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Sleeping Beauty

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Beauty and the Beast

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The Shining

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Mean Girls

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Her

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Mulan

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Shrek

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Twilight

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A Nightmare on Elm Street

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The Matrix

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Babe

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Every Adam Sandler Movie

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Avatar

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Frozen

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E.T.: The Extra-Terrestrial

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The Maze Runner: The Death Cure

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The Dark Knight

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Speed

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Grease

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Aladdin

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Star Wars: Episode VII - The Force Awakens

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Spider-Man

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Taken

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Mrs. Doubtfire

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Inception

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