Much like the New York Times and theater reviews, the online movie review site Rotten Tomatoes can make or break a film's survival. And Chance the Rapper doesn't plan on listening to their noise.
The Grammy winner took to Twitter to defend a film he thought didn't deserve to be maligned:
The House, which stars SNL veteran superstars Amy Poehler and Will Ferrell, came out in June and was a financial and critical disaster. But art is subjective.
Chance threw down his support for the film and Poehler, and took the online critics to task:
Chance took on the role of critic and slammed a film that got the thumbs up from Rotten Tomatoes:
Twitter users weighed in with their artistic thoughts on both the film and Chance:
Not everyone agreed with Chance's assessment:
Several of Chance's followers didn't miss an opportunity to point out Rotten Tomatoes credibility:
Alas, all art is a matter of personal taste. So go roll the dice and experience it for yourself.
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