Continues the broken/mixed family dynamic of the previous two films, but the characters here are more sharply drawn and more sympathetic.
Its painfully obvious the initial critics were paid to say this was a good movie,.The movie has slipped from an 83% to a 69% in 2 weeks,..I dunno if rotten tomatoes will be the force runner in "real" movie reviewing much longer,.Is it being run by the Madoffs?GUY WAS OBVOIOUSLY PAID TO WRITE HIS REVIEW
Oct 30 - 10:47 PM
I do not even think the urban myth of "Paid critics" is the cause here but the fact that the paranormal activity movies always been a bag full of mixed reactions. How audience tend to give a movie a good review more then critics makes me think of how unsurprising it would be if it was the other way around. Critics being paid off to give bad reviews to a studio's competitor.
Oct 31 - 12:12 AM
I am not going to go all chris T on here but think about it. More positive reviews actually makes sense as to what happened in the movie then negative reviews.
Like the "Dropping spoons and falling frying pans is no longer scary." Is barley talking about the movie and sounds like that not only did he not watch it but he made the review only to insult the franchise. Then you have the more postive reviews that actually talk about the plot synopses and there thoughts of certain scenes. Now I am not saying All good reviews are paid off or all bad reviews are in this matter. I am trying to say no matter how you look into this it is a big messy conspiracy by the end of the day.
Oct 31 - 12:22 AM
In Your Dreams
You make absolutely no sense.
Nov 6 - 02:06 PM
I agree! I'm so angry that I spent money to go see this lame "movie."
Oct 31 - 08:42 PM
No. this is an incredible waste of money and time. Please, Please don't praise this kind of crap!
Oct 31 - 08:41 PM
not heared of personal taste and something called a opinion?
Nov 1 - 04:21 PM