Do you ever argue about movies? I don't mean friendly debate. I mean red-faced, epic clashing. I recall something Pauline Kael wrote: "A friend of mine broke up with his woman friend after they went to see 'Field of Dreams': she liked it."
My college girlfriend and I fought about all kinds of things, including movies. I'll never forget what happened after we saw "Scent of a Woman." Chris O'Donnell plays, if I recall correctly, a scholarship kid at a prep school. His nemeses are the snotty rich kids, including one played by Philip Seymour Hoffman. The rich kids perpetrate some infraction of laws or mores. O'Donnell could turn them in, but he doesn't. He wants them to accept him, so he declines to snitch. After the film, my girlfriend and I discussed the character's choice. I said it was understandable. She thought that meant I was severely ethically challenged. We went back and forth on this all night and almost broke up. We probably should have.