A Baahing Noise

Somebody needs to say this plain and straight. Numerous film critics have been cowed by the expected box-office avalanche of The Hunger Games and are therefore being extra-generous in their reviews. Right now it has a 89% and 72% rating from Rotten Tomatoes and Metacritic, respectively, and mainly for one reason. Critics are terrified of sounding cranky or out-of-touch. Buck the tide? Not we!

Be wary of reviews by certain female critics, or at least those who may be susceptible to the lore of this young-female-adult-propelled franchise (“You go, Katniss!”). I don’t even know what to make of this declaration by Movieline‘s Stephanie Zacharek: “The surprise of The Hunger Games isn’t that it lives up to its hype — it’s that it plays as if that hype never even existed, which may be the trickiest achievement a big movie can pull off these days.” If there’s one thing that defines Gary Ross‘s film, it’s a feeling that he and his Hunger Games producers were acutely aware they were adapting a wildly popular literary property, and that they’d best serve the fantasies and sensibilities of its young female readers.

The only reviewers who’ve stood up and given this annoyingly photographed film the slapdown it deserves are Salon‘s Andrew O’Hehir, the Miami Herald‘s Rene Rodrgiuez, Time‘s Richard Corisss and two or three others.

“The ultimate failure of The Hunger Games as a movie is not its derivative nature or its chintzy production design or even its lack of one single memorable set piece,” Rodriguez has written. “The film’s biggest flaw is the complete absence of vision or imagination – anything that would justify the movie’s existence as something other than a way to cash in on the novel. The Harry Potter pictures brought visual imagination and wonder to J.K. Rowling’s intricate fantasy world. The Twilight series has been a smash because of the chemistry between its lead actors. The Hunger Games, though, offers nothing.”

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  1. Vidian1 on said:

    “Be wary of reviews by certain female critics, or at least those who may be susceptible to the lore of this young-female-adult-propelled franchise (‘You go, Katniss!’)”…???? Dude? Can you be this UN-PC without opening yourself up to a male bashing avalanche??

    And is ‘The Hunger Games’ worth it?

    It’s a tent pole! It’s going to be big and there is nothing you can do about.

    Time to duck and cover, Jeff.

  2. “Be wary of reviews by certain female critics, or at least those who may be susceptible to the lore of this young-female-adult-propelled franchise (‘You go, Katniss!’)”…???? Dude? Can you be this UN-PC without opening yourself up to a male bashing avalanche??

    And is ‘The Hunger Games’ worth it?

    It’s a tent pole! It’s going to be big and there is nothing you can do about.

    Time to duck and cover, Jeff.

  3. “Critics are terrified of sounding cranky or out-of-touch. Buck the tide? Not we! ”

    Well then by your own logic (and comparison), why are the Twilight movies 49%, 28%, 49% and 25% on Rotten Tomatoes?

    I would say because each one of those movies is terrible, but I don’t see where the seperation is in that critics in general would fall in line behind Hunger Games but not any of those unless they are in fact viewing it by its own merits.

    Besides… in a guaranteed box office smash situation like this, critic’s reviews are absolutely meaningless. The film could be at a 10% approval rating and it would still make a killing opening weekend.

  4. “Critics are terrified of sounding cranky or out-of-touch. Buck the tide? Not we! ”

    Well then by your own logic (and comparison), why are the Twilight movies 49%, 28%, 49% and 25% on Rotten Tomatoes?

    I would say because each one of those movies is terrible, but I don’t see where the seperation is in that critics in general would fall in line behind Hunger Games but not any of those unless they are in fact viewing it by its own merits.

    Besides… in a guaranteed box office smash situation like this, critic’s reviews are absolutely meaningless. The film could be at a 10% approval rating and it would still make a killing opening weekend.

  5. Dargis calls her performance bland and essentially says she’s too shapely and hot to play the role of a semi-starved dispassionate quasi-feral hunter girl- or something.

  6. Dargis calls her performance bland and essentially says she’s too shapely and hot to play the role of a semi-starved dispassionate quasi-feral hunter girl- or something.

  7. Always funny how Jeff still can’t reconcile that people might like things that he and some other people don’t , without resorting to calling them sheep. Ya know, because that’s the ONLY way somebody can disagree with him on film quality.

  8. Always funny how Jeff still can’t reconcile that people might like things that he and some other people don’t , without resorting to calling them sheep. Ya know, because that’s the ONLY way somebody can disagree with him on film quality.

  9. Dude, YOU sound cranky and out of touch. These actual critics who are panning the movie do not.

    Thesis out the window.

    And “be wary of female critics”? One more reason not to take your opinion seriously.

  10. Dude, YOU sound cranky and out of touch. These actual critics who are panning the movie do not.

    Thesis out the window.

    And “be wary of female critics”? One more reason not to take your opinion seriously.

  11. “Somebody needs to say this plain and straight.”

    I don’t use the word “hero” very often, but Jeffrey Wells is the GREATEST HERO IN AMERICAN HISTORY.

  12. “Somebody needs to say this plain and straight.”

    I don’t use the word “hero” very often, but Jeffrey Wells is the GREATEST HERO IN AMERICAN HISTORY.

  13. Jeff, explain to me the pans of Twilight and Transformers. What, have critics suddenly lost their balls/lady balls in the last year?

  14. Jeff, explain to me the pans of Twilight and Transformers. What, have critics suddenly lost their balls/lady balls in the last year?

  15. “Be wary of reviews by certain female critics, or at least those who may be susceptible to the lore of this young-female-adult-propelled franchise (‘You go, Katniss!’).” — Jeff Wells

    So does this mean that we should also be wary of reviews by male critics when the assess the young male adult franchises that make up 99% of summer blockbusters? Oh of course not, we all know that MALE critics are always objective and their gender doesn’t affect the way the view movies…right Jeff? LMAO. Wells continues this multiple post rants against women, female franchise fans and The Hunger Games. Adding female critics to his hit list today. Really burns your hide that MOST critics actually like this movie, doesn’t it? And by the way most critics that are loving this movie ARE male. LOL

    P.S. Funny how popular both Twilight and Transformers are yet that has never stopped critics from giving them bad reviews. Wells next theory: Lionsgate paid off critics to give THG good reviews :)

  16. “Be wary of reviews by certain female critics, or at least those who may be susceptible to the lore of this young-female-adult-propelled franchise (‘You go, Katniss!’).” — Jeff Wells

    So does this mean that we should also be wary of reviews by male critics when the assess the young male adult franchises that make up 99% of summer blockbusters? Oh of course not, we all know that MALE critics are always objective and their gender doesn’t affect the way the view movies…right Jeff? LMAO. Wells continues this multiple post rants against women, female franchise fans and The Hunger Games. Adding female critics to his hit list today. Really burns your hide that MOST critics actually like this movie, doesn’t it? And by the way most critics that are loving this movie ARE male. LOL

    P.S. Funny how popular both Twilight and Transformers are yet that has never stopped critics from giving them bad reviews. Wells next theory: Lionsgate paid off critics to give THG good reviews :)

  17. There’s a difference between the female protagonist in Twilight and the female protagonist in The Hunger Games. It explains why some critics would pan the former but praise the latter.

  18. There’s a difference between the female protagonist in Twilight and the female protagonist in The Hunger Games. It explains why some critics would pan the former but praise the latter.

  19. I was happy to see BBC World News wonder whether “The Hunger Games” will go down as mainly a triumph of marketing and hype. In a piece available online entitled “High Expectations For Hunger Games Franchise” , the BBC does a man on the street interview with NYC or Brooklyn film critic Matt Singer. Singer admits to not having read the books but says he found the film long and boring.

  20. I was happy to see BBC World News wonder whether “The Hunger Games” will go down as mainly a triumph of marketing and hype. In a piece available online entitled “High Expectations For Hunger Games Franchise” , the BBC does a man on the street interview with NYC or Brooklyn film critic Matt Singer. Singer admits to not having read the books but says he found the film long and boring.

  21. I’d argue that Jeff is both very wrong and kind of right. I have not seen Hunger Games yet (wanted to wait for an IMAX showing and am bringing along a sister-in-law who read the books), but let’s presume it’s bad. On one hand, he’s wrong as female critics are no kinder to Twilight or any number of female-centric romantic comedies that come out every year, in fact in many cases they judge them harsher because they feel that said films ‘make us women look shallow/stupid/etc’. On the other hand, I’d argue that critics in general are more inclined to approve of a ‘male-friendly’ genre film (action, thrills, sex, explosions, mid-life crisis drama!) than they are a female-friendly one (romance, relationship drama, child-rearing drama, emotional angst!)*. Short version: male-centric drama is Oscar bait, female-centric drama is a Lifetime movie. Would The Descendants have been so critically acclaimed if it were told from the point of view of the older daughter and/or if it was the cheating husband in a coma?

    So it could be argued (?) that female critics are happy to see a strong female lead in something that isn’t stereo-typically a ‘girl movie’ and is in-fact a big-budget action picture that they may be bending over backwards just a little because its success will open doors for female leads in the kind of ‘guy-friendly’ genres that merit big budgets and true movie stardom (as opposed to merely playing the girlfriend/hostage in those films). I don’t think its a coincidence that so many of the positive reviews I’ve read are as more about how awesome Katniss is as a female lead than about whether the film holds water. But since I haven’t seen the film, I can only speculate, so feel free to tell me I’m full of shit.

    *For those who care (those who don’t just ignore) – http://scottalanmendelson.blogspot.com/2011/11/male-driven-dramas-are-oscar-bait.html

  22. I’d argue that Jeff is both very wrong and kind of right. I have not seen Hunger Games yet (wanted to wait for an IMAX showing and am bringing along a sister-in-law who read the books), but let’s presume it’s bad. On one hand, he’s wrong as female critics are no kinder to Twilight or any number of female-centric romantic comedies that come out every year, in fact in many cases they judge them harsher because they feel that said films ‘make us women look shallow/stupid/etc’. On the other hand, I’d argue that critics in general are more inclined to approve of a ‘male-friendly’ genre film (action, thrills, sex, explosions, mid-life crisis drama!) than they are a female-friendly one (romance, relationship drama, child-rearing drama, emotional angst!)*. Short version: male-centric drama is Oscar bait, female-centric drama is a Lifetime movie. Would The Descendants have been so critically acclaimed if it were told from the point of view of the older daughter and/or if it was the cheating husband in a coma?

    So it could be argued (?) that female critics are happy to see a strong female lead in something that isn’t stereo-typically a ‘girl movie’ and is in-fact a big-budget action picture that they may be bending over backwards just a little because its success will open doors for female leads in the kind of ‘guy-friendly’ genres that merit big budgets and true movie stardom (as opposed to merely playing the girlfriend/hostage in those films). I don’t think its a coincidence that so many of the positive reviews I’ve read are as more about how awesome Katniss is as a female lead than about whether the film holds water. But since I haven’t seen the film, I can only speculate, so feel free to tell me I’m full of shit.

    *For those who care (those who don’t just ignore) – http://scottalanmendelson.blogspot.com/2011/11/male-driven-dramas-are-oscar-bait.html

  23. Even the infamously cranky and out of touch sticks in the mud Rex Reed and Ken Turan both liked it. Theory out the window. Jeff, it’s okay to be in the minority sometimes. It happens.

  24. Even the infamously cranky and out of touch sticks in the mud Rex Reed and Ken Turan both liked it. Theory out the window. Jeff, it’s okay to be in the minority sometimes. It happens.

  25. Jeff, give this asinine campaign up. Why can’t you accept that a lot of people like the movie? You are dishonoring your own thoughful and well-reasoned review with this pettiness.

  26. Jeff, give this asinine campaign up. Why can’t you accept that a lot of people like the movie? You are dishonoring your own thoughful and well-reasoned review with this pettiness.

  27. I know what this film is so don’t tell me. Turan and Reed and a lot of other critics, I’m assuming, have accepted that this film is simply too huge to stand in the way of. There’s nothing in it for them to stand up to the tanks in Beijing. Deep down they’re all cowed and intimidated so they’re running for cover and/or bending over any way they honorably can in order to say moderately approving things.

  28. I know what this film is so don’t tell me. Turan and Reed and a lot of other critics, I’m assuming, have accepted that this film is simply too huge to stand in the way of. There’s nothing in it for them to stand up to the tanks in Beijing. Deep down they’re all cowed and intimidated so they’re running for cover and/or bending over any way they honorably can in order to say moderately approving things.

  29. I can’t read all of these reviews, but a look at RT can be misleading. I thought Dargis’ review in the NYT was, if not a pan, then more a description. I certainly didn’t get that she liked it much. Hornady’s WaPo review says “That perverse dystopia is brought faithfully, if un-spectacularly, to life by director Gary Ross…” and goes on to say that she doesn’t think the movie will win over those who haven’t already read the books. Hardly seems like she loves it, although it’s a “fresh” rating at RT.

    I have read a number of reviews, and the feeling I get is that most think it’s not as good as the sum of its parts. Lawrence gets high praise, as does Tucci and Sutherland, and most seem to think Hutcherson does a good job (haven’t seen much said about Liam Helmsworth). I will at some point read and see these, but I won’t knocking myself out to do it. It sounds like the movie was done capably, competently, when it could have been more.

  30. I can’t read all of these reviews, but a look at RT can be misleading. I thought Dargis’ review in the NYT was, if not a pan, then more a description. I certainly didn’t get that she liked it much. Hornady’s WaPo review says “That perverse dystopia is brought faithfully, if un-spectacularly, to life by director Gary Ross…” and goes on to say that she doesn’t think the movie will win over those who haven’t already read the books. Hardly seems like she loves it, although it’s a “fresh” rating at RT.

    I have read a number of reviews, and the feeling I get is that most think it’s not as good as the sum of its parts. Lawrence gets high praise, as does Tucci and Sutherland, and most seem to think Hutcherson does a good job (haven’t seen much said about Liam Helmsworth). I will at some point read and see these, but I won’t knocking myself out to do it. It sounds like the movie was done capably, competently, when it could have been more.

  31. I do think it’s funny that there’s a piece with “dead horses” in the title wedged in between “Hunger Games” bashings.

  32. I do think it’s funny that there’s a piece with “dead horses” in the title wedged in between “Hunger Games” bashings.

  33. Re Jeffrey’s earlier comment:

    Presuming Turan still has aches in his psyche over panning TITANIC. And perhaps Ken’s coming through with a nice review for Gary Ross (just guesing).

  34. Re Jeffrey’s earlier comment:

    Presuming Turan still has aches in his psyche over panning TITANIC. And perhaps Ken’s coming through with a nice review for Gary Ross (just guesing).

  35. Jeff must be back on the sauce, because only someone 3 sheets to the wind thinks that a 72% on Metacritic is some how a groundswell of critical support.

    Put another way, my mother was none too happy to see a 72 score on any of my test scores.

    Wonder if he will warn us not to take any rave he has for PROMETHEUS or DARK KNIGHT RISES seriously because, according to tortured Jeff Wells logic, he has a penis…

  36. Jeff must be back on the sauce, because only someone 3 sheets to the wind thinks that a 72% on Metacritic is some how a groundswell of critical support.

    Put another way, my mother was none too happy to see a 72 score on any of my test scores.

    Wonder if he will warn us not to take any rave he has for PROMETHEUS or DARK KNIGHT RISES seriously because, according to tortured Jeff Wells logic, he has a penis…

  37. You guys act like Jeff’s missive against Hunger Games and its fans, academic or otherwise, are dangerous.

    There’s an avalanche of audience and critical approval headed towards this terrible, stupid, empty-headed, poorly-made movie. It can withstand taking a little shit here and there.

  38. You guys act like Jeff’s missive against Hunger Games and its fans, academic or otherwise, are dangerous.

    There’s an avalanche of audience and critical approval headed towards this terrible, stupid, empty-headed, poorly-made movie. It can withstand taking a little shit here and there.

  39. Yes, because it can’t just be that these other critics liked it. It must be their cowardice or their vaginas making them say so. There’s a difference between not liking it, with good reason, and claiming anyone who does like it must be somehow fraudulent or capitulant.

  40. Yes, because it can’t just be that these other critics liked it. It must be their cowardice or their vaginas making them say so. There’s a difference between not liking it, with good reason, and claiming anyone who does like it must be somehow fraudulent or capitulant.

  41. female critics are happy to see a strong female lead in something that isn’t stereo-typically a ‘girl movie’ and is in-fact a big-budget action picture that they may be bending over backwards just a little because its success will open doors for female leads in the kind of ‘guy-friendly’ genres that merit big budgets and true movie stardom (as opposed to merely playing the girlfriend/hostage in those films).
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  42. I can’t read all of these reviews, but a look at RT can be misleading. I thought data entry jobs review in the NYT was, if not a pan, then more a description. I certainly didn’t get that she liked it much. Hornady’s WaPo review says “That perverse dystopia is brought faithfully, if un-spectacularly, to life by director Gary Ross…” and goes on to say that she doesn’t think the movie will win over those who haven’t already read the books. Hardly seems like she loves it, although it’s a “fresh” rating at RT.

  43. We all know that MALE critics are always objective and their gender doesn’t affect the way the view movies…right Jeff? VA Tech Support Wells continues this multiple post rants against women, female franchise fans and The Hunger Games. Adding female critics to his hit list today. Really burns your hide that MOST critics actually like this movie, doesn’t it? And by the way most critics that are loving this movie ARE male.

  44. I would say because each one of those movies is terrible, but I don’t see where the seperation is in that critics in general would fall in line behind Hunger Games but not any of those unless they are in fact viewing it by its own merits.

  45. I thought Dargis’ review in the NYT was, if not a pan, then more a description. I certainly didn’t get that she liked it much. Hornady’s WaPo review says “That perverse dystopia is brought faithfully, if un-spectacularly, to life by director Gary Ross…” and goes on to say that she doesn’t think the movie will win over those who haven’t already read the books. Hardly seems like she loves it, although it’s a “fresh” rating at RT. I have read a number of reviews, and the feeling I get is that most think it’s not as good as the sum of its parts. Lawrence gets high praise, as does Tucci and places near mumbai, and most seem to think Hutcherson does a good job (haven’t seen much said about Liam Helmsworth). I will at some point read and see these, but I won’t knocking myself out to do it. It sounds like the movie was done capably, competently, when it could have been more.

  46. There’s a distinction between feminine|the feminine} protagonist in Twilight and therefore the female protagonist within the Hunger Games. Gogole It explains why some critics would pan the previous however praise the latter.

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  48. I can’t read all of these reviews, but a look at RT can be misleading. I thought Dargis’ review in the NYT was, if not a pan, then more a description. I certainly didn’t get that she liked it much. Hornady’s WaPo review says “That perverse dystopia is brought faithfully, if un-spectacularly, to life by director Gary Ross…” and goes on to say that she doesn’t think the movie will win over those who haven’t already read the porno gratis . Hardly seems like she loves it, although it’s a “fresh” rating at RT.

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  49. One more thing. I can’t read all of these reviews, but a look at RT can be misleading. I thought Dargis’ review in the NYT was, if not a pan, then more a description. I certainly didn’t get that she liked it much. Hornady’s WaPo review says “That perverse dystopia is brought faithfully, if un-spectacularly, to life by director Gary Ross…” and goes on to say that she doesn’t think the movie will win over those who haven’t already read the books. Hardly seems like she loves it, although it’s a “fresh” rating at RT. la fashion photographer | cover
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  51. “Critics are terrified of sounding cranky or out-of-touch. Buck the tide? Not we! ”

    Well then by your own logic (and comparison), why are the Twilight movies 49%, 28%, 49% and 25% on Rotten Tomatoes?

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