How many of you have ever loved something everyone else hated, so you felt like you were the only one who liked it. I felt that was with the Charlie and the Chocolate Factory remake (almost everyone else liked the old one better), and with the cartoon from 2004, Teacher's Pet. When I first saw that cartoon at the age of ten. I fell in love with it big time. But when I went to go see it again, it was just about out of theaters. The last showing was almost done, and I didn't want to see any other movies. That summer it came on DVD, I was addicted to it as if it have visual and auditory nicotine. I couldn't get enough and had to watch it every day. But when I read reviews, most people hated it. They described it as crappy and awful, someone even mentioned that their 4-year-old sone couldn't sit through it. So I thought to myself, "I guess I was not only the only fan of Teacher's Pet, but also the only one who liked it." When I feel that way, I don't understand how others hate it, and wish that they loved it as much as I did. I would have loved to see Teacher's Pet gross billions of dollars, receive A's, become a top box hit, and be just as popular as Aladdin and The Lion King. That's just me, though. I've heard of people who felt like they were the only ones who liked the Rebecca Black song, "Friday."