The humorous tangents of Just Go With It are testaments to the fine art of improvisation and of comedy that doesn't take itself overly seriously.
I have a game me and my friends play. If its a movie we saw that was absolutely abysmal, We try to wager the over/under of how bad Armond White will troll the review. Suffice to say, I'm getting pretty good at this. He makes an almost disturbing point of bringing up it based on a play and totally glosses over its already been made into a movie once before. (With much better results). Rule of thumb now, if there is a nutshot in the trailer, its most likely going to suck.
Feb 17 - 06:26 AM
I know am going to join and enjoy this game my friend.
Feb 19 - 08:07 AM
I know am going to join and enjoy this game my friend. Also, i forgot the title of the movie, but there is a new preview for a movie that no lie, shows like 5 nutshots in one preview....its gonna be great! lol
Feb 19 - 08:08 AM
Ha. Haha. Hahaha. Hahahaha.
Feb 17 - 09:16 AM
Forget Bigmouth, it's Armond who strikes again!
Feb 17 - 09:22 AM
Is there any explanation as to how this guy is an actual critic?
Feb 18 - 10:06 AM
When people ask why he's "allowed on the site" and so forth, this is why. Because the "controversy" he stirs up just by being contrarian garners attention and more readers. Just waiting for buzz to come in and responding in the inverse isn't that hard.
Mar 8 - 06:45 AM
LMFAOYou give Toy Story 3 a Rotten review and give Just Go With It a Fresh review? Let me die of laughter.
Feb 18 - 11:58 AM
Can you imagine reading this guy's paper? How many people he influences to go and waste money on these pieces of shit?
Mar 3 - 08:40 AM
I'm beginning to really like Armond.
Mar 10 - 04:23 PM
Nobody wastes their money on the New York Press, it's a "free alternative" weekly. That said, I hate to even comment on Mr. White's reviews. Anybody ever see that Treehouse of Horror episode of the Simpsons in which all the advertising in Springfield comes to life? The town defeats the advertising by not paying attention to it. I think that's the same way to defeat Armond White. As Roger Ebert said, he's a troll; he enjoys buzz, good or bad. He thrives on it.He can write what he wants, a movie's legacy is not determined by critics, especially ones like Armond White. What makes me angry is the fact that there's probably another journalist out there, waiting for his or her shot at being a legit movie critic, and Armond White gets to be one instead. What a world we live in.One last note: in his Toy Story 3 review, White lists "Hamm the Piggy Bank" and "Lotsa Hugs" as the film's villains. That right there makes me wonder if he even watches the films he trolls.
Mar 14 - 07:26 AM