Originally Posted by Deberg_1990
Ive just noticed it in alot of professional film critics over the years. They have a hard time enjoying lowbrow stuff.
Theres nothing wrong with it, nor should anyone be embarrassed by it.
I'm completely OK with not liking it. I like what I like. Hate the
. But I love Airplane. Wanted to kill myself for the 45 minutes of Superbad I watched. Wedding Crashers is hysterical. Can't stand Mel Brooks. I've seen 90 percent of his work, and the only one I've enjoyed was the original Producers. Hate Dangerfield with such a passion it's almost holy.
Love Kennison, Pryor, early/mid-career Robin Williams (not so much the last 5-10 years), Mitch Hedberg, Steve Martin stand-up (not the early movies), early Eddie Murphy, some George Carlin...