Avast, me critics! Ye kill the fun

New York Times film critic A.O. Scott talks about if they’re becoming more out of touch with popular culture:

Are we out of touch with the audience? Why do we go sniffing after art where everyone else is looking for fun, and spoiling everybody’s fun when it doesn’t live up to our notion or art? What gives us the right to yell “bomb� outside a crowded theater? #
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