ClandestineCanine9 wrote:Rotten Tomatoes ain't poop, they've given worse movies better reviews. if anything, a rotten score is just gonna make me want to go see a movie
Get back to me when you go see Dark Phoenix, Sausage Party, and other bad films.
I get people having personal disagreements with rating systems, but this comment to me just represents how people want to be hyperbollically contrarian, and act like something completely harmless has affected them negatively.
I'll open the floodgates and give an example:
Yesterday, I watched Venom
(2018). I have no idea why. I liked it. I had a good time watching it. I heard it was bad prior, and I enjoyed it. However, I went online, and saw that it got many bad reviews. I was curious why critics panned it (although I had my own criticisms of the film), and READ
their criticisms. A lot of their criticisms made complete sense, mainly it doesn't do much to stand out against other super hero films, has some weird tonally awkward moments, poor pacing...etc...
I read those remarks and understand why people did not like the movie, and gave it a low score. I also agree with a majority of their remarks. I would not say Venom is a good film, far from it, but their criticisms did not detract from my enjoyment of the films.
This is something that has happened and gone on for so long. Films get good and bad reviews. None of you were complaining and talking poop when other unrelated to Godzilla films got panned. You guys act like you have some big moral stance against the EVIL REVIEWERS, but comic book and other movies with volatile fan bases have been given bad reviews for a long time. The funniest poop is everyone's harping on Disney, and while I agree they are shady, and I dislike a lot of their films and ethics, you act like every Disney film comes out with an 80%+ just because it's Disney. Never mind the Lion King
(47%), Aladdin (57%). Again it also shows that very few of you actually understand how RT works.
Boo-hoo, Godzilla King of the Monsters got a low score. Boo-hoo the evil American critics didn't like it for X reason. Get over yourselves. If you liked the film, great, keep liking it. Don't develop some toxic-ass mindset where everything is out to get you for some crazy "anti-Godzilla" conspiracy.