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Just as a soldier should never aid his enemy, writers should never help a critic write a disparaging review. Also, as a general rule, critics have a tendency to make terrible puns, so when deciding on a title writers ought to steer clear of ones like "It’s A Disaster!" and "10 Things I Hate About You".

They're really setting themselves up by adapting a book with that title. Just imagine how many critics will use the headline "Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No-Good, Very Bad Movie — and the Sequel Really Is Never Quite As Good! LOLOLOL"
—A message board user on the film adaptation of Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day

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Phil: That sure was random!
Cinema Snob: Thanks for reviewing the movie while being in the movie!

Mummy: And I don't need to tell you what a piece of shit that was!
Cryptkeeper (thinking): No, you don't... I know what a piece of shit it was!
Brandon: Hey come on, guys! We are still at the beginning, wait until the end to talk about the movie!

Nicolas Cage/Malus: Every time I turn my head, there's something that doesn't make any sense!
Phelous: Well, if you're just gonna review the movie yourself, I guess I am not needed here! (leaves)

"My god, it's like its own autopsy about why it failed!"

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"It's a real problem when you're a bad writer trying to make fun of bad writing. You inadvertently give chucklefucks on the internet the perfect ammo to make fun of you."

Anastasia Steele: (to Christian Grey) It's all wrong. All of this is wrong.
Epic Voice Guy: That's exactly what I've been saying!

"Words aren't cool!", says one of the high schoolers, and he has a point; just look at the script.
Matt Prigge, review of The Emoji Movie for Metro (US)
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