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How Should You React When a Movie Critic’s Opinion Differs From Yours? A Flowchart

How Should You React When a Movie Critic's Opinion Differs From Yours? A Flowchart

It’s an age-old dilemma: A movie critic has an opinion, and it does not perfectly coincide with yours. But what do you do next? The Toronto-based critic Alexander Huls, who’s written for such distinguished outlets as the New York Times, the Atlantic, and Esquire, has done you — and, really, all of humanity — a service by turning your options into a handy, easy-to-read flowchart, thus saving endless hours of agonizing indecision:

Huls being Canadian, he may not realize that it’s our God-given right as Americans to hold strong opinions on things we know nothing about, but even so, it’s worth considering a different approach, if only for novelty’s sake.

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