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Why We Can't Agree on What Makes a Good Movie

Why We Can't Agree on What Makes a Good Movie,Fake degree, They found that there was only a very modest correlation in movie preferences among the study participants, suggesting that their tastes were highly idiosyncratic. In contrast, agreement among critics was significantly higher than among the study participants. However, the correlation between critics and non-critics was no higher than among the study participants themselves.

In other words, if you were looking for someone to recommend a movie you'd love, instead of consulting a professional critic’s review, you would do just as well asking a random person on the street. Or, as the study’s authors put it in their paper, “Ironically, something about being a critic seems to make the recommendations of critics unsuitable—relatively speaking—for predicting the movie taste of regular people.”