StudioJake 93 – Movies Critics Love That Are Terrible W/ Mariah Cornell

The Right Outlook’s Mariah Cornell joins StudioJake to talk movies, specifically films that critics absolutely loved, but that are terrible. They are so many, it’s going to be hard to name all of them, but we’ve narrowed down a few. You won’t want to miss this interesting conversation about movies.

You can watch below:

The movies on the list might surprise some people. Needless to say, Rian Johnson (The Last Jedi) is the only movie director to appear on both our lists for two different movies. We also talk about two movies that the critics hated, but are actually good. Mariah suggests the Clint Eastwood film Changeling and I bring up 2017’s Ghost In The Shell.

We also talk about how Conservatives will give into the collectivist thinking of the Far Left critics. Are they really Communists when it comes to art? Do they really just go along to get along?

By the way, did you miss my book announcement? Check it out! I talk about nerd culture a bit on the Prolific Writer podcast. I also discuss the Batman #53 controversy in a previous episode.

What did you think? Let me know in the comments below and tell me if there’s a worse Batman. While you’re at it, check out my thoughts on the Top 10 Worst Batman Performances. Don’t forget to like, share, and subscribe for more posts like this one.

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