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Actually, Movie Critics Do Make a Difference


by Jerome Weeks 2 Jul 2008

It turns out that films receiving rave notices generally do better than films that are panned. This would seem obvious when you think about it, but considering the number of newspapers that have been shedding TV critics, book critics, classical music critics and film critics, it’s interesting that Erik Lundegaard at Slate had to crunch […]

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It turns out that films receiving rave notices generally do better than films that are panned. This would seem obvious when you think about it, but considering the number of newspapers that have been shedding TV critics, book critics, classical music critics and film critics, it’s interesting that Erik Lundegaard at Slate had to crunch the numbers to find that “Critically acclaimed films average about $2,000 more per screen than critically lambasted films.”

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