Every now and then, a film will come along that splits audience opinion straight down the centre, dividing viewers into 'love' and 'hate' camps and leaving very few sitting on the fence.
Lee Daniels's controversial new Zac Efron/Nicole Kidman thriller The Paperboy
is a case in point, attracting wildly divided opinions
upon its Cannes debut and attracting similarly polarised reviews from those who've seen it since.Digital Spy
looks back on 20 more examples of cinematic Marmite.
It's scientifically impossible to get into an online conversation about Watchmen
that doesn't turn ugly. A lot of people really, really hated Zack Snyder's much-anticipated comic adaptation for being stuffy, hollow and unintentionally laughable. Others really, really loved it for its dark vision and reverence for Alan Moore's graphic novel.
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