The movie's stuffing of creative smarts is still inert.
it's the guy's first movie, give him a break.
Jun 25 - 09:22 AM
Comedy is subjective according to the viewer. The purpose of a critic is not to give Mr. MacFarlane a break, but to produce a critique of the film to help viewers (preferably with his same taste in movies) to decide whether or not they should shell out seven bucks to see this movie. And, really, critiques are to better his future work rather than to knock him back a few pegs if you view it in a more positive light.
Jun 25 - 09:41 PM
It's also MacFarlane, the king of unfunny tv shows next to Tyler Perry.
Jun 26 - 03:41 PM
Why would they give him a break? Critics don't do that. And he's had plenty of experience. If they didn't like it, why should they say that they did because they are cutting him slack?
Jun 27 - 06:46 AM
Obviously he hasn't watched Family Guy. Yeah, Micah is true, this is Seth's first movie and should give him a break. Oth, Amanda is right as well. Well, let's see how this movie goes. It really looks funny :D
Jun 25 - 10:28 PM
Citizen Kane was Orson Welles first movie. Does that explain anything, or has the expectations of a director dropped considerablely? I believe Seth MacFarlane has enough experience to have the potential to release a solid live-action film. There's no need to lower our standards just because it's his first; he doesn't need our sympathy.
Jun 26 - 07:43 PM
My apologies for spelling considerably wrong. Don't know what was going on there.
Jun 26 - 07:45 PM
Good point :)
Jun 27 - 11:56 PM
HAHA! I get it. He said 'stuffing', because the movie's about a teddy bear and teddy bears have stuffing in them.
What a clever statement.
Jun 26 - 06:23 AM
that's the most creative he's ever been, hence why he became a movie critic.
Jun 26 - 02:48 PM