Quotable #5: Critics


“Now, in reality, the world have paid too great a compliment to critics, and have imagined them to be men of much greater profundity then they really are.” – Henry Fielding

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11 thoughts on “Quotable #5: Critics

      1. Exactly! A personal pet peeve of mine is film critics. I fail to see how someone who studied film, worked in the industry, or has seen every film on the planet has an opinion that’s more relevant (or valuable) than the next person’s. Opinions are subjective based on belief systems and life experiences. Two people can sit together, watch the same film and come away with differing opinions simply because they’re two different people.

        Yet, the opinions of “professional” critics have closed down stage plays and restaurants, and ended careers.

        It would be better -and more logical in MY mind – for people to think for themselves and not wait for the opinion of some random critic before making choices and decisions.

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      2. They like to force their opinions on people’s throats and they portray youas an idiot if you don’t agree with them…

        This is more apparent if the critics are social media “influencers”. A few words from them can destroy someone’s career.


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