i don't like the nostalgia critic anymore. because of his terrible transformers cartoon review, star trek month, made that horrible sonic joke, keeps bashing on the star wars preqeuls, and his new reviews keep having VERY long skits where the jokes die before they finish.<?xml:namespace prefix = da /> and very annoying at times, including where he rants and makes a parody of TMZ. jesus christ!
and i find his skits for his pearl harbor review VERY insulting.
and you might hate him even more due to his "review" of the transformers cartoon.
and also the thing that really pissed me off was that in his son of the mask review, confused matthew just down-right insulted season of mlp:fim, hinting that people who liked it are retarded. and that's why i started watching angry video game nerd.
Saw Brave and loved it. Didn't care what all the other critics said about it.
Oftentimes, Leonard Maltin will say he really hates a film, but is extremely vague and ambiguous when explaining why. If he gives a concrete objection, he'll be more likely to scare me away from seeing a certain movie. In other instances, plots that he describes as somewhat humdrum are plots that might make me think "WOW! This is really groundbreaking! I HAVE to see this!"
That's just my two cents. Have a nice day.
Hell I like Treasure Planet and look how much it flopped!
On the vice end I don't like Adventure time and so many people like it and I like Sonic 2006 and everyone knows critics especially hate it
That said, I usually limit my movies to those that get at least 45-50% "fresh" on RottenTomatoes, or at least a hint that the audience reaction was pretty good. I'm a fan of movies, but I'm a bigger fan of not wasting my stinkin' time.