> ITT: movies criticized by reviews, that you love
Cosmopolis(64% on rotten tomatos)
That's a certified fresh you dingus.
>4.7 stars on IMDb
hurr low budget therefore its bad
Critics hated this film because the liberal college kids got fucking #REKT.
We Own the Night (57% on rotten tomatos)
I don't think it's 'anti-humanist', I think it simply makes a point of showing the blatant, privileged hypocrisy of rich liberal drug using kids who bitch about the police state while directly funding gangs. In a movie about druglords and riot police, they end up looking worse than anybody.
>25% on RT
its genuinely my alltime favourite
>"An instruction manual of sorts that doesn't illuminate police corruption and violence so much as it revels in it."
>"A depressing film that celebrates brute strength as the only means to stem the tide of violence and crime in Rio de Janeiro."
>"It is impressively made, but leaves a nasty taste in the mouth."
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oh, ok. That's right.
Either way, the movie has a subtle humanist message. While everyone is cheering for the police's violence, few notice that, at the end, the policemen's shotgun is facing the audience.
Yeah when i found out that everyone thinks the movie is shit it did not affect my opinion in any way. I would still like to know why does everyone hate it so much. Sure, its not very original but other than that i cant really think of anything for it to be so disliked.
The bad things the police did in that movie by far outweighed the bad things the drug dealers did.
>let's sodomize that random kid with a broomstick because he might know something
>it's ok we're the good guys
>mfw so many dubs in one thread
Abel Ferrera's filmography
James Gray's movies (the ones that weren't hyped)
fuck yeah boys, one of the best directors in America right now
Green Lantern on IMDB has 5,7, I gave it a 7. It wasn't that awful, and I even read the comics.
Also, Bruno gets 5,9. Ultimate proof that plebs deserve only dumb comedies and cancer.
>actually looking at other peoples reviews
Very solid adventure movie on par with the first Pirates of the Caribbean almost as good as the original Indiana Jones movies.
I don't understand why people dislike it.
The leage of extraordinary Gentlemen
I like the setting and it's simply fun to watch.
Fuck the critics, this film is the best erotic thriller of the 90s.
Hick was better than a 5% on Rotten Tomatoes. And Hick star Eddie Redmayne just won an Oscar for playing a potato.
I also liked Southland Tales (36%).
Cosmopolis on the other hand, was complete shit, just like everything Robert Pattinson is involved in. Not even Paul Giamatti could save it.
Transcendence was also better than a 19%.
I am the original guy you responded to and I am going to say yes. Mindless popcorn trash is far more forgivable than Oscar bait-y bullshit that reassures white people that we're not all so bad and it's all okay. Also Crash is shot like a tv movie, has garbage writing, ideas, directing, acting etc. It's just as bad as something like Divergent but it's dressed up in a wannabe sophisticated garb. It's trash mate
This. Sci-fi horror isn't too common a genre outside of Alien/Predator but if it produces movies like Event Horizon and Pandorum, I'd like to see more of it.
This too, ridiculous as it was.
The Korean Future Era is stupid. Using actual organic humans as labor is a waste of resources with that displayed technology level. So is butchering the clone labor to use a food for the clones.
Crash is a movie so bad it's made people forget about how good Crash is.
Liam Nesson hasn't done a different role since the first Taken. Every movie he has done since is him being that guy. Taken in an airplane. Taken in the forest. Taken 2. Taken looking for some guy's wife killer. Taken 3(AKA Fugitive5 electric boogallo).
The worst about it is Liam is hypocritical faggot. Says no one shoudl have guns. Makes tens of millions a year making movies where he uses guns.
>One of the comfiest movies I've ever watched.
>Mediocre reviews by both critics and audiences.
It's worth watching just to see the final race. I rarely see a movie with an ending as satisfying as this one.
>Racing hasn't changed and it never will.
>It doesn't matter if racing never changes. What matters is whether we let racing change us.
Government has thousands of people that can run around with guns.
If you need a smart person who knows how to do do criminal things with computers. You should keep him in front of a computer.