TripleJeopardy3230 karma2020-03-14 20:27:17 UTC
How do film critics see their role? Specifically, I remember Ebert gave many "bad" or "popcorn" movies good reviews. He understood that the average movie goer was looking for different things in a movie, and many times a movie that is artistically deficient can still be very popular and pleasing to the general public.
There seem to be several tracks for movies. The most prominent are whether the film is made for the public and box office success or as part of a creative vision. George Clooney has said he makes the Oceans movies so he can turn around and make The American, or another passion project.
My question boils down to this...when reviewing a film, do you have different standards for popular films versus artistic films, and can you create a review for a film that is positive even if it follows over worn patterns and uses cliched lines, if it is enjoyable and a fun ride?
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TripleJeopardy373 karma2020-11-01 21:43:27 UTC
How are you "dealing with QAnon?" I'm glad there is some effort to deal with these people. I'm not familiar enough to know, but is there one person who posts regularly enough that claims to be Q, and is there any way to find out who that person really is an confirm they are, in fact, a fucking liar?
TripleJeopardy337 karma2021-09-01 13:12:45 UTC
Have you thought about sending your diagnosis to any of the doctors in the US who failed to properly treat you, as a way to show them how serious their mistakes and failures to properly diagnose were?
TripleJeopardy336 karma2021-04-24 14:45:20 UTC
Along the lines of co-drivers, are you familiar with the, "Samir...you're breaking the car!" video that showcases an interaction between a rally driver and co-driver?
If so, thoughts?
TripleJeopardy310 karma2021-04-24 15:19:55 UTC
According to this, it was real.
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