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'Glee' Bashed, 'This Means War' Crashed And More: The Week In Ouch

Glee Life War

First Posted: 02/18/2012 10:02 am Updated: 02/18/2012 10:02 am

In the third installment of our weekly roundup of snarky, harsh, and at times excessively brutal reviews, a critic proclaimed "Glee" a show about absolutely nothing, McG's rom-com "This Means War" was labeled canned spam, and Warwick Davis and Ricky Gervais' "Life's Too Short" ended up being too awkward.

This week, we've pulled in reviews from Washington Post, Publisher's Weekly, and our friends at HuffPost to get the most brutally honest commentary on the latest movies, TV shows, and books.

Let us know who you think deserved the blast, and who you think critics should ease up on in the comments.

SFX Thought Ghost Rider Had The Energy Of A Pre-Schooler
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In "Ghost Rider: Spirit Of Vengeance," John Blaze (played by Nicolas Cage) is appointed to stop the devil, but according to SFX's Jordan Farley, the followup to 2007's "Ghost Rider" isn't exactly a success story.

"Spirit Of Vengeance is madder than a line of designer guinea pig pyjamas and possesses the energy of a pre-schooler on a diet of candy floss and insulin shots."

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