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Inspired by the linked XKCD. Using 60% instead of 50% because that's an easy filter to apply on rottentomatoes.

I'll go first: I think "Sherlock Holmes: A game of Shadows" was awesome, from the plot to the characters ,and especially how they used screen-play to highlight how Sherlocks head works in these absurd ways.

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[-] ShustOne@lemmy.one 2 points 1 year ago

I love the dismissal of critics as a while because a movie you like scored low. It's a good creepy movie but it's no that good of a movie overall. It's very cheesy, the dialogue is poor, the story is minimal. It's got great creeps though.

I enjoy critics that can clearly convey the reasons why a movie might hit or miss for their audiences. I detest critics that have to dissect a film and score it low because it doesn’t meet their art house ideals.

And there are people who feel the exact opposite of me. Which is fine.

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