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The Oscars are this month, so this is the prime time of the year to discuss movies. Unfortunately, people don’t always know how to talk about entertainment, in my experience. One thing that fascinates me about film, and something that always comes up around Oscar season, is the disconnect between film critics and the audience. Some movies review well with critics, but terribly for the audience. Sometimes it’s the other way around. Bright, for example, released in 2017 exclusively on Netflix. Critics tore it apart (rightfully so, in my opinion), so it’s sitting at a 25% on Rotten Tomatoes. However, 84% of ...

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