12 Popular Movie Plots Described By People Who Have Never Seen Them

Taking literal to a whole new level.

We recently asked members of the BuzzFeed Community to describe a popular movie they’ve never seen. Here are the hilariously literal plotlines.

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1. Tuck Everlasting (2002)

Tuck Everlasting is about a drag queen who finds magic tape, so when they go to use it to tuck, it stays forever. The rest of the movie is them struggling to try and get their “Tuck Everlasting” to come undone.

(Submitted by addisonm3)

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2. The Rocky Horror Picture Show (1975)

The Rocky Horror Picture Show is a real life version of Aaahh!!! Real Monsters.

(Submitted by Allison Phillips, Facebook)

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3. The Hunger Games (2012)

The Hunger Games is about a bunch of people who haven’t eaten in a long time, competing against one another in a game of death for the grand prize: a huge feast.

(Submitted by Rahshad Randolph, Facebook)

4. Planet of the Apes (1968)

Planet of the Apes is about a planet full of apes. Charlton Heston calls them “Damn, dirty apes” because they’re probably not good at cleaning. However, they don’t appreciate Mr. Heston’s rude criticism and punish him by blowing up the Statue of Liberty.

(Submitted by Laura Stuart, Facebook)

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5. Blade Runner (1982)

Blade Runner is definitely set in the future. It’s about people who rollerblade everywhere. The main character is a black market rollerblade smuggler; can he maintain his successful business of moving the top quality Canadian blade product to the wealthy suburbs of the world renowned metropolis of Haiti? It’s a life of parties, glamour, danger, violence, and intrigue. All for the blade.

(Submitted by Ryan Booth, Facebook)

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6. The Godfather (1972)

The Godfather is the heartwarming tale of a young boy who becomes orphaned, and moves in with his father’s brother: his godfather. In the end, the boy’s godfather makes him an offer he can’t refuse by offering him a pony for his sweet sixteen birthday. The end.

(Submitted by Woodrow Wilson, Facebook)

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7. Forrest Gump (1994)

Before I saw Forrest Gump, I thought it was a Christmas comedy about a grumpy guy who lived in the forest, cut down Christmas trees, and occasionally sat on a bench.

(Submitted by elizabethf42)

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8. Memento (2000)

Memento is about this guy who has hella bad amnesia, and has to take pictures and keep a cute scrapbook to remind himself about what happened the days before. It’s kind of like what Adam Sandler did for Drew Barrymore in 50 First Dates, but not as cute. Anyway, I’m pretty sure he dies.

(Submitted by BayleeJune)

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9. Dirty Dancing (1987)

I’ve never seen Dirty Dancing, but there’s a woman named Baby, and she used to be punished a lot, so she refuses to stand in corners anymore.

(Submitted by Kaisa Galazka)

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10. Pulp Fiction (1994)

I imagine Pulp Fiction is about someone writing a book that involved a lot of orange juice.

(Submitted by AlliAnonymous)

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11. Frozen (2013)

Frozen is about a kid who makes a face like a snowman when his sister slaps him on the back, and, you guessed it, his face is frozen like that for the rest of his life. He’s pretty pissed off, but his sister sings him a song telling him to “Let it go” and he forgives her. Or kills her and melts, I really don’t know.

(Submitted by therblig)

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12. Scarface (1983)

Scarface is actually the prequel to The Lion King. The story follows Scar when he was a good guy. In this movie, we find out how he got his infamous scar and thus his total bad guy status.

(Submitted by Ana Luisa Suarez)

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