That movie didn’t interest me very much.
I wasn’t very interested in that movie.
I didn’t think that movie was very interesting.
There are many pairs of past and present participle adjectives in English:
Each of these pairs of adjectives comes from a transitive verb:
The movie didn’t interest me.07
The game excited the children.
The news surprised him.
Her job tires her.
Use the present participle adjective to describe the SUBJECT of the verb:
The movie was interesting.
The game was exciting.
The news was surprising.
Her job is tiring.
Use the past participle adjective to describe the OBJECT of the verb:
I wasn’t interested in the movie.
The children were excited by the game.
He was surprised by the news.
She gets tired from her job.
(Note: When you use a past participle adjective, you are actually using the passive voice of the verb.)