You know those movies that critics absolutely hate but regular movie viewers really appreciated? Yes, we have highlighted a few of them below:
1. “Badland” (2019):
The story is all about a detective with a license to murder, roaming about looking for Confederate war criminals before meeting a pioneer lady who impacted his journey in ways he did not expect. Critics say the movie held on the past to the point that it lacked the required energy needed to grip viewers, but the regular audience loved it.
2. “Aftermath” (2017): The story focuses on an air traffic controller’s error which led to a tragic accident that took the life of a man’s wife and daughter. After mourning, the man sought answers from the man responsible. Critics say the film did not show enough interest in dramatic context or the realities of human behavior, but the ticket buyers and online streamers thought otherwise.
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3. “Angel Has Fallen” (2019):
The movie is about Mike Banning who got framed for an attack on the president and was compelled to escape for his life. RogerEbert.com believes audiences that fancy no-brow entertainment will love it but this does not mean they should readily jump at what the producers are reselling.
4. “The Last Airbender” (2010): The storyline? In a universe disturbed by the Fire nation’s aggression toward the peaceful Air, Water, and Earth nations, a young boy had the power to restore peace. The writers at Time Out found it quite boring but audiences adored the story.
5. “The Roommate” (2011):
The plot revolves around Sara, a college freshman, who found out that her new roommate, Rebecca, is becoming obsessed with her. The movie critics at Guardian believe it was decent but very predictable. However, social media thought it was more than decent.
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