19. "critics don't work for free, bruh" In response to In response to 16 Tue Jun-19-07 02:28 PM by BigWorm
> >they work for free. > >its why they are broke and mad.
Roger Ebert and Leonard Maltin are not panhandling for change.
> >when the people speak, thats what matters most. as your bank >account and ratings can attest to. thats what counts. > I don't know. I'm a person and I said "I saw one of his movies and it was awful." His bank account in a very small way can still attest to this. Is that what matters most, then?
>not the critics with an agenda of self-hatred and/or >underlying racism. > Richard Roeper: "I give Madea's Family Reunion two thumbs down because deep down I hate myself and also black people. It really bothers me to see overweight black cross dressing and pretending to be family matriarchs. This is also because of my self-hatred, because I secretly wish I could do that. I would say that this is the best movie since Citizen Kane, but since it is by Tyler Perry and since he is black and I am a self-hating racist, I must say that it is by far his worst movie since his last movie."