Donald Trump may have used a bunch of washed ‘90s movies references to ether Ted Cruz earlier in the election season, but the GOP presidential nominee's movie knowledge goes far beyond that—at least that’s what Twitter thinks. Trump was reimagined as a movie critic for the yuuuuge hashtag #TrumpExplainsMoviePlots and trust you’ll never look at movies like Jaws and The Lion King the same ever again.

Before you dive into the tweets, allow us to decode some of these Trumpisms for you.

First up:

This is a reference to his comments about Fox News reporter Megyn Kelly following the first Republican debate where he argued Kelly treated him unfairly. "She gets out and she starts asking me all sorts of ridiculous questions," Trump said in a CNN interview. "You could see there was blood coming out of her eyes, blood coming out of her wherever. In my opinion, she was off base." He would later claim he meant nose when he said "wherever."

Trump famously responded to Sen. Marco Rubio calling Trump's hands "small" and insinuating what that meant about other Trump parts.

This one should be obvious, but Trump's campaign has been all about decreasing the flow of undocumented immigrants. He even made building a wall between the U.S. and Mexico for this purpose a centerpiece of his platform.

Last week Trump called Barack Obama “the founder of ISIS” and the “MVP” and Hillary Clinton the “co-founder.” After doubling down on the comments, he later said they were meant to be sarcastic.

Here’s some of Trump’s other "reviews" and the movies they belong to.

Fight Club

The Lion King

Schindler's List

Jaws