So this might seem like an odd question, but as long as I can remember pretty much every movie, game, book, etc. has been insanely predictable to me. It extends beyond just media, but it's the most reliable there.
I'll try to keep this spoiler free for the most part.
I know nowadays most major film plots are safe and inoffensive easy to follow to a fault, but it's been going on as long as I can remember.
Watching that dumb Matthew Mcconaughey movie Frailty a few weeks back (not my choice, some of the Mrs' friends were over) and within 5 minutes I jokingly described to a T the exact ending of the movie. Last chapter of the Dark Tower series, again, guessed at it by the end of book 1. The Last of Us, The Walking Dead both games, movies, and the few comics of it I've been through, Dumbledore? He had to go! Donnie Freakin Darko! I could go on all weekend listing examples but the most damning is probably Sixth Sense. that movie EVERYBODY said was the biggest twist ever in a movie, hell it spawned the whole WHAT A TWIST meme. A friend of mine told me I HAD to see the movie, I would love it, it was so crazy... I watched the trailer and knew Bruce Willis was a ghost all along.
If I never shared it with anybody else it would be easy to just say it was all hindsight playing tricks on me, but It gets annoying because it comes so naturally I mention it off hand all the time, and I'm almost always right. Watching TV or movies with the Mrs and i just can't talk because anything I say about it will always end up being right and ruining it for her.
Do I have the worst superpower in the world? Is every piece of media just poorly made and telegraphs everything way ahead of time? Am I making a big deal out of something that probably doesn't matter? Well sure, but I'm curious all the same.
Does anybody else end up like this? Or know anybody who does? Anybody have ideas why this happens?