Originally Posted by Attila the Professor
Vulture put out one of these
produced by a couple of critics, rather than an algorithm.
Another title that shouldn't have used the word, "Every".
Originally Posted by Vulture.com
Every Harrison Ford Performance, Ranked
Below is our rundown of Ford’s 36 biggest roles, skipping over the really early stuff (like Journey to Shiloh), the utterly forgettable cameos (good-bye forever, Jimmy Hollywood), and his minor work in Apocalypse Now.
Why do these lists leave out "Journey to Shiloh"? (Probably because the writers have never seen it.) He plays one of the main characters and it's certainly a much bigger
role than "Expendables 3" or "Anchorman 2". I know it's just a fluff piece but if they're going to include those latter two, then there is no reason to skip over "Apocalypse Now" (or completely ignore "Getting Straight").
Plus, the films of Indy, Han Solo, Rick Deckard and Jack Ryan are bundled together for each character yet there's no mention of "More American Graffiti" when it comes to Bob Falfa.
These articles are fine examples of cheapjack film journalism.