For example, a film doesn't make sense and get high critical point but low user point on rottentomatoes, can I ask why?

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This is basically asking for opinions and those are off-topic for Movies & TV.

You should only ask practical, answerable questions based on actual problems that you face. Chatty, open-ended questions diminish the usefulness of our site and push other questions off the front page.


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    Here's an example of a question that was closed for asking why a movie was well-liked by critics. It did get answered, but the answer literally just copy-pasted the "Critical reception" section of the film's Wikipedia page, so the question also shows a lack of research effort IMO. – F1Krazy Mar 5 at 13:42
  • Question updated, consier answer it again? – jw_ Mar 6 at 0:15
  • Please don't fundamentally change a question once it has been asked and answered. Ask a new question and refer back to this one. – Paulie_D Mar 6 at 5:43

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