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Chris Brown And Rihanna Offend, 'Wanderlust' Hits A Dead End And More: The Week In Ouch

First Posted: 02/25/2012 9:35 am   Updated: 02/25/2012 9:35 am

In the fourth installment of our weekly round-up of brutal, if over-the-top reviews, a critic called Rihanna and Chris Brown's "Birthday Cake" a song for imbeciles, "Smash" got the "ouch" for the third week in a row, and "Wanderlust" became the film lacking in common sense.

This week, we've collected reviews from The Telegraph, People magazine, our friends at HuffPost and more to get the snarkiest, most honest commentary on the latest movies, TV shows, and music.

Let us know which pieces you think deserved harsh critiques, and which ones were unfairly blasted.

Television Without Pity Thinks "The Bachelor" Horses Around Too Much
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According to Television Without Pity's Daniel, gushing about horses is not an attractive quality. Unfortunately, that's all "The Bachelor" contestant Lindzi does. (And in every "Bachelor" critic's defense, who spells Lindsey "Lindzi"?)

And now they're riding a carriage being pulled by a horse, and she says horses have been a part of her life since before she was born, whatever THAT'S supposed to mean...And now they are having a picnic and Ben is talking about how great horses or some bullshit, like SHUT UP ABOUT HORSES like you'd think these two invented horses the way they're going on.

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