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Film critics from Variety, Extra, Access Hollywood, IGN, Fanhattan and two of America’s most prominent writers Nell Minow and Leonard Maltin – stream onstage 인텔리스튜디오 다운로드. We are to argue with them over our favorite movies (or most hated) to see if we can win over the crowd. Who passionately display their paddles with either rotten or fresh 다운로드.
The crowd is already shouting movies and random nerd phrases. The first person queues up and starts the battle with this phrase: “Zod didn’t need to die” 1km 어플 다운로드. The crowd bursts out with agreement showing the rotten side of their panels. Until a critic shouts back “Zod should have lived!” and some in the crowd agree 다운로드. Then both the fan and critic descend into point-by-point arguments.
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The other movies we debate: The Room, Drive, Fantastic Four, Iron Man 3, Judge Dredd, Pacific Rim.
The fans get into it, but the critics – oh wow – they are just as crazy. Angrily slamming their own rotten or fresh panels into the air. Vehemently disagreeing with the rabble. The hour breezes by and then we are rushed out the door. Given a free Rotten Tomatoes tshirt and it’s on to our next event.
Just another Comic-con panel.