Thanks for reliable movie reviews

I just wanted to write in and thank you once more for being a reliable source for entertainment. Specifically, I’m talking about the movie critiques. I was anxious to go watch some of the latest and upcoming movies in theaters, but didn’t know which ones were actually worth it. I don’t trust Rotten Tomatoes or Fandango much when it comes to movie reviews. In the past, I have disagreed with these movie critics after having spent my money; leaving the theater rather disappointed.

Lately though, I’ve been putting my faith in the Herald’s movie reviews and I have not regretted it. I recommend the movies that I see to my friends and they have approved as well. Thanks to the Herald, I don’t feel like I’m wasting money on movies now. As you can tell, I’m a pretty avid movie watcher and hate feeling like I wasted money on a bad movie. Although sometimes I don’t fully agree with everything in the critique given in the paper, overall, I find that my enjoyment is always similar to the critic’s. Hopefully your judgment in movies won’t disappoint me anytime soon. I really appreciate the quality of critique given in the Herald. Thank you.

Luong Hau

Everett

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