Monday, October 25, 2010


Feeder 3.2:

The movie Scott Pilgrim vs. The World has been watched by many people who thought they'd enjoy, but many, especially critics hated the movie. Some feeling that it targeted a generation of young ignorant, incompetent, and impatient losers. However, Linda Holmes, the author of the article thinks the movie is great. She happens to be none of those things mentioned above, especially not a part of the targeted audience. She mentions that the movie is not for everyone and doesn't deserve the criticism towards the targeted audience.

Critics definitely seem to be concentrating and critiquing on the targeted audience rather than the movie itself. You don't have to be an impatient teenager with the lust for entertainment to enjoy the movie. Critics should have concentrated on the movie, not who it was for. If the movie sucks it sucks, it shouldn't have been the movie sucked because it was filmed for these kids who don't have enough of an attention span to appreciate real movies.

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