If these aren't actually helpful, then they were at least trying
to be helpful. And if they weren't even trying to be helpful, then, at least, they are gloriously hilarious.
Thanks to Social-median, Joe Grabinski
, we can all enjoy the outrageousness that can be found in the corners of Amazon. Grabinski has been documenting hysterically terrible Amazon movie reviews on his twitter account, , for the last several years. Not only has he gained over 150,000 followers, he also started a podcast in which he converses with filmmakers about consumer reviews of their movies.
Business Insider asked Grabinski to compile a list of his favorites. Let's hope some of these were supposed to be jokes...
You must have also been shocked when you came out from under the rock that you and your three-year-old were living under.
You may have saved me three hours, but what about the people who spent 12 years making it?
I can see where this could be confusing...
Six people are never watching a Saw
movie again. The other 7 must not be cat people.
Not really seeing where you're going with this argument... it took a left turn at "donut."
I'd like to see you TRY.
A brutally fair point.
This is the sort of talk that starts wars, jeff w.
If you can't spell it, maybe you shouldn't use it. Just a thought...
I'm sincerely sorry.
12. Cars (2006)
That sounds like a complete nightmare. One star, indeed!
Well, I'm howling with laughter after reading this one.
14. Click (2006)
A well-deserved five stars!
This is getting deep...
I don't know about you, but I could write a doctoral thesis on that topic.
I actually never thought about that. Woah.
Understandably disappointing. Especially after you sat through the entire thing.
And what did we learn from that, little Kindle Customer?
Let's hope colton is a comedian.
This is a 1 star debacle, no doubt.
Irresponsible posting at its finest.
At least she's straightforward.
And there's no WAY you could have seen that coming...
Taking this one a little personally, don't you think, Larry?
Oh dear god....
No habla Minion?
Not gonna lie... this is a fair point.
A quick lesson: Two, too, to. Also, everything else about this review.
H/T Business Insider
, Joe Grabinski