What is WRONG with movie reviewers?
My first instinct is to be kind. They had a bad day. They just don't happen to like a particular film genre.
But then you wonder. If you choose to review movies for a living, I presume it's because you really like movies. The lights go down, the excitement of anticipation mounts. The story snatches you up to the screen. Then, later, you get to write about it! A movie critic should be happy.
A dozen years or so ago, I made some money on the side by writing software reviews. Once a month, I'd install some 5 or 6 programs on my computer, and put them through their paces. Then I'd crank out 2,500 words about them, and delete the software from my machine.
I formed a prejudice for something that rarely characterizes software anymore. I liked software that was small, fast, and did one thing well. In the DOS world, I liked programs that were 64K or less in memory. Often, such programs took up about the same amount of disk space.