It’s New York magazine’s Vulture Critics’ Poll, which has more film critics than you ever thought existed listing their five or so least favorite flicks of 2011 and having the delightful audacity to include scathing dismissals of some that had been the best-reviewed and most popular. It’s a fun field day for the critics – and for you if you love vitriol. You could do worse than spend the rest of the day here.
Sample: “Larry Crowne. Proof, supposedly, that Julia Roberts is too old to be bankable. Has it occurred to anyone that maybe it’s Tom Hanks we don’t want to look at?”