Roger Ebert reviews Battle for Los Angeles and it aint pretty

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  1. David.Seth2

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    no not at all. like I said before, some are just mouth pieces for film studios, while others are snobs. But I really shouldn't have said that most are that way. Its just that after reading a lot of reviews (good or bad) for any given movie on rotten tomatoes for several years, I just can't help but think that many (but not necessarily most) critics are this way. I know many have a love and knowledge of film that I can never truly appreciate, and that they probably have spent a lot of their lives studying everything related to the art, but some still come off as a snobby jerks. But when a critic uses their vast knowledge and love of film to explain why a film is "good" or "bad", and gives a well thought out critique, I really enjoy it. That is why I like reading movie reviews, sometimes they can get me to think about a films and their story/theme in ways I never thought before.
     
  2. DEATH eVADER

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    The movie has been sweded, and the popcorn and/or drink is not infact popcorn and/or drink
     
  3. GreatEmperor

    GreatEmperor Full of shit...

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    The "butters" yellow, so im mellow
     
  4. Baatezu

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    The special effects in the trailers look really good, but under all of it, all it seems to be is a shoot em up and make loud bangs movie with no real story >.<. In my opinion at least.
     

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