‘Spider-Man: Turn off the Dark’ Producers says- Critics not Legitimate Reviewers

The critics have earlier commented the movie is dull and silly. The music is just the kind of album fillers. Now the question is:  Will this mega Broadway musical movie sustain the critics reviews?  Hours after the critics nasty comments, the producer Michael Cohl fired back. He said the people who did not find the movie a redeemable value are not legitimate reviewers.

The New York Times, The Washington Post and The Hollywood Reporter were the part of the critics team.

Rick Miramontez also expressed his anger for critics and said that those who did not approve of the show doesn’t know what is “in” at the moment. He further added the critics behavior is unacceptable and hilarious.

The official opening of this $65 million production mega musical “Spider-Man: Turn off the Dark” is scheduled on March 15 . The previews of the movie started from the month of November. Rick told the EW that they are still bringing in changes to the movie and that any review till then is actually not valid.

Cohl expresses that they did not invite the critics for this show, however, they don’t need any invitation. He added: “I woke up this morning more determined and more positive than ever.”

The box office position after the final release will tell the authenticity of critics reviews.