Isn’t it a little bit funny when people bad-mouth things that they have no idea about? For example, in movies, you’ll have one set of fans who will completely disregard the work just because its theme and ideals don’t align with theirs. Well, that’s exactly what’s happening to She-Hulk: Attorney at Law, whose first season premieres tomorrow on Disney+.
The absolute hilarity of the situation comes from the fact that Marvel fans are already disregarding She-Hulk as a TV show when it hasn’t even been aired yet. So why all the hate for something they haven’t even seen? There are a lot of different opinions about it, and here’s what people are complaining about.
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The Show’s Getting Review-Bombed When It Isn’t Even Out Yet
IMDb is the leading website in terms of online user reviews of TV shows and movies, and one of its major problems is that it allows users to review projects before they’re even released.
She-Hulk: Attorney at Law is one of the many shows that has been a victim of review bombing by prejudiced users on the online platform. The superhero legal drama currently holds a rating of 4.2/10 on the website, and there are a ton of different complaints.
When you look close enough, the demographic of men over 30 are the ones that have been giving it a lower rating, as compared to the higher ratings given by younger men & women. One user was critical of the show’s “woke” female lead, another accused of it being review boosted, and the rest were just low star ratings with little to no critical value filled with ad hominem talk.
These reviews aren’t a reflection of what the show is, and we’d advise you to steer clear of them and check out the show for yourself.
Here’s Jessica Gao Explaining Why Having A Mainly Woman Crew Was Important For The Show
Jessica Gao is the director for “She-Hulk: Attorney at Law”, which stars Tatiana Maslany in the lead role. The 38-year-old recently spoke to PTI during a Zoom interview, where she touched upon various topics surrounding the release of her new Marvel show.
During the interview, Gao talked about the importance of the show’s crew having a majority of females-
“We had a chance to infuse all of our life experiences into this. That’s the great thing about having so many women behind the camera because it is important to have representation behind the camera that matches the representation in front the camera as there are things you can’t fake and replicate.
“Having so many different kinds of women, everybody has a different perspective, everybody has a different life experience. There’s a lot of commonality but there is also lots of specifics that happens to everyone in their life.”
She-Hulk: Attorney at Law premieres on Disney+ tomorrow, i.e., 18 August. So be sure to catch up on it before you read a spoiler somewhere!
Source: The Direct