A fun fact about film critics is they too don’t always get it right. In history, critics dis some of the greatest movies by giving bad reviews, Likewise we have compiled a list of legendary movies the critics weren’t a fan off back in the day.
God Father Part II
The God Father Series is considered most important part of filmography in history. It’s shown in film schools today to teach aspiring students how to entertain your audience. But the series never was always held in high esteem. Yes, the first and Second part, which is considered the best, received some hate in their time. The second part, in which we see the struggle of both Vito Corleone and Michael Corleone, is considered to be best today, but not back in the day.
At its release, The New York Times said, “It’s a Frankenstein monster stitched together from leftover parts. It talks, it moves in fits and starts but has no mind of its own. Looking very expensive but spiritually desperate, the Part II has the air of a very long and elaborate revue sketch.
The original Star Wars which helped Harrison Ford become the heartthrob back in day also got some hate. The franchise which is worth billions now had its fair share of bad reviews when it first started out. When the movie first hit theaters, The New Yorker said, “ It’s an assemblage of spare parts, lacks emotional grip, it’s an epic with no drama.
Everyone cried when jack died in Titanic, well not everyone because there were some people who hated the whole thing, and cared to leave behind some negative reviews. James Cameroon’s masterpiece Titanic wasn’t even safe from reviews. Yes, Los Angeles Times wrote,” What Does $200 Million buy? 3 hours and 14 minutes of Titanic unhesitatingly answers not so much.