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Do any of you remember the name of the movie critic who liked EVERYTHING? This guy was always good for a blurb, even on the worst movies. He even liked BATTLEFIELD EARTH.

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I thought Gene Shalit had passed away but he's still with us at 96!
 
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Battlefield Earth was amazing! By far Travolta's best work. Barry Pepper should've won an academy award for... Ok, I couldn't do it with a straight face 馃ぃ馃槀
 
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Battlefield Earth was the worst movie I've ever seen.馃槄
 
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You鈥檙e likely thinking of Jeff Craig, who wrote for something called 60 Second Preview.
 
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I feel like Travers from Rolling Stone gave everything 2.5 stars at minimum.
 
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I believe his name was Mikey. He liked everything.
 
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Travers! Pete (Peter) Travers. Every accolades trailer for the better part of 25 years contained at least one glowing Travers quote.
 
 
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I don't know but I wish for that kind of positivity
 
This sounds like...my whole twitter feed
 
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Have you checked out @ElonGoatToken ? It鈥檚 a beautiful story about a 馃悙 that receives a biblical sized monument. The finale is tomorrow. twitter.com/i/web/status/1鈥 pic.twitter.com/0OOn2zjiOa
 
 
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We should all try to be more like that guy.
 
Funny Stevie tweets this because he literally has endorsed every single horror novel since the early 80s. They all have a "Woah so terrifying and wonderful" quote from Stevie on the cover somewhere.
 
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Ron Brewington and Jeff Craig. One was credited as being from "60 Second Preview" and IIRC the other was from "Urban Radio Networks".
 
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hasn鈥檛 solved this yet?
 
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Was it Pete Hammond? He was always getting quoted in the ads for terrible movies back in the 鈥90s.
 
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I wonder if he liked Rage War brrrrr I certainly didn鈥檛鈥 Hey @glennpik remember that disaster? Was always on cable 馃槺馃槺
 
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You need that guy right now for some reason?
 
Anyone help Sai King here? He's gonna be haunted by this otherwise, and he's supposed to do the haunting!
 
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It was Paul 鈥淧oster Quote鈥 Ross
 
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I love battlefield Earth, it makes some sense to me.
 
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Yeah, John Travolta was in that mess
 
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Kevin McCarthy from FOX News was like this (no, not THAT Kevin McCarthy鈥).
 
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The first guy that came to mind was Peter Travers from when he was doing reviews for Rolling Stone, they used his blurbs for everything. After I looked him up turns out he doesn't actually like everything, we all know studios cherry pick quotes.
 
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Jeff Craig, Sixty Second Preview total quote whore
 
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John Travolta's movie????? Woah...
 
 
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Was it the guy with coarse hair and a huge mustache?
 
Me as a movie critic
 
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Nope. But we have a Guy in Denmark who will dislike anything made by female artists. He will mostly judge them by how they look and what they are wearing. Male artists will be judged by talent and performance.....
 
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Why? You got a real stinker you need help on?
 
He liked Battlefield Earth?

John Travolta is the only person I can think of..

Oh, L. Ron Hubbard.
 
 
 
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Peter Travers always seemed to show up with blurbs for bad movies.
 
 
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Battlefield Earth was a movie I enjoyed 馃ぃ馃ぃ馃ぃ
 
 
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we need to do a go fund me to raise 96 dollars for stephen so we know he is legit.
 
 
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He liked the dark tower???
 
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Over here we had Paul ross
 
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Sounds like a nice guy
 
 
 
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It would actually be real nice to be that easy to please.
 
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Your movies are usually shit...except for the ones where they change it from the book to make it better
 
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Peter Travers maybe. Rolling Stone magazine鈥檚 movie critic.
 
Nope maybe he just liked to get out of the house.
 
 
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Did he like Maximum Overdrive?
 
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I actually enjoyed the book鈥 but the movie 鈥 meh
 
 
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Battlefield Earth is one of the worst movies ever made and I actually saw it at the cinema 馃槺
 
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Wow showing a little hate here
 
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He must have been loving your movies.
 
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Even Maximum Overdrive? 馃槈
 
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Seconding leonard maltin
 
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Not actually answering the q but Clive Barnes of NYT once commented on an actor playing Ariel in The Tempest as suffering from St Vitus Dance.
 
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I think that鈥檚 the Rotten Tomatoes guy 馃樅
 
Stephen, I have never cared what critics have to say about movies. I saw my first movie at age 6 in 1947. Won a large screen TV in 1952. I fell in love with all media. In school I was considered to be quite bookish. I handled the movie projector throughout High School.
 
 
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Earl Dittman from Wireless Magazine
 
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Did he like Maximum Overdrive?
 
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袗薪褌芯薪 袥芯谐胁懈薪芯胁, 褌褘?))
 
 
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Stephen King knows just how bad that one was!
 
 
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Pretty sure he hated The Stand
 
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I liked battlefield earth. Just hated that they split it into two parts and didnt give us the second part
 
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Pretty sure it was Gene Shalit. Not to be confused with Gene Siskel who was a professional contrarian.
 
 
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I heard he even liked Cujo, Doctor Sleeper.. all those crap.
 
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Spy's monocled wonder Walter Monheit?
 
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Battlefield Earth?? Wasn鈥檛 that bad watched it last year
 
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Battlefield Earth really sucked hind teat. But I thought the book was great, one of the few books I have read more than once; along with The Stand, Catch-22 and Swan Song
 
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He didn't work for rotten tomatoes. They hate everything haha.
 
 
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Must be Pauline Kael
 
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Does anyone remember when you supported Azov battalion Nazi's and you were not such a partisan hack....SADLY, I DO
 
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