I haven't seen that film in decades. One day I need to rewatch as I remember liking it at the time.
Lately I've been watching alot of The Nostalgia Critic. fairly long running show by Doug Walker where he reviews old bad movies and tv shows. and sometimes newer stuff. I find him to be pretty funny at times and even though I may disagree with him alot, his reviews are entertaining. His format is fairly simple, he spends the bulk of each ep giving a summary of the entire film while pointing out oddities or making jokes and ends with his overall view. and often, despite giving the impression during the review that he thinks the film is completely crap he'll come out in the wrap up and say it is a decent movie.
Though sometimes he can be really annoying when it's a film he genuinely hates. But what I respect about him is that he brings up the point a few times over various videos that he doesn't claim his word is the law and that he doesn't have a problem if someone likes the films he craps on, and infact encourages them. the best example of this is with "The Grinch" the live action version with Jim Carrey. He ends the review with a wrap up done completely in the Seuss style from the original reading other peoples positive reviews of the movie. being completly confused why people like the movie. with the narrator going.
He puzzled and he puzzled til his puzzler was sore. Then the Grump thought of something he hadn't before. Just because he hates something doesn't mean others should. He could share, not force, his opinions like others would. For it's our different outlooks that can make people grow and everyone is different like every flake of snow. For different points of view can exist for a reason: to learn about one another and to make each other decent.
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