10 Intense Movie Scenes That Make People Irrationally Angry

Lights, camera, frustration! Movies can make us laugh, cry, and even want to throw popcorn at the screen. It's amazing how a scene can trigger irrational anger that we can't explain.

So, grab some popcorn, get comfy, and let's vent about those movie moments gathered from a recent online platform conversation that makes us want to pull our hair out.

The Wedding Singer (1998)

According to the first user, they feel angry during the scene near the end of The Wedding Singer, where Glenn offers to let Julia “lean over him” during their flight over the Vegas strip.


Titanic (1997)

A confession is made by a movie enthusiast about their inexplicable surge of fury during the finale of Titanic, specifically when Rose passes away. It transcends into the afterlife to reunite with a former flame from eight decades prior.


I Am Legend (2007)

The quote “Run, Forrest, run!” is spoken by Forrest's childhood friend Jenny (played by Robin Wright) as she encourages him to run away from bullies.


Grease (1978)

A particular commenter voices their intense frustration towards the ending of Grease, wherein a car takes off into the sky without any plausible reason, leaving them irrationally enraged.


John Wick (2014)

A user expresses anger towards a scene in John Wick, where the antagonist Viggo chooses to tie up John instead of eliminating him. The user explains that killing John is Viggo's only goal, and John has nothing that Viggo needs.