Critical acclaim  

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Critical acclaim means acclaim by critics, in the form of exceptionally good reviews.

Critical acclaim and mass popularity seem to be mutually exclusive. In some rare instances they combine well. Examples of this are the double-coded films Borat (2006) and V for Vendetta (2006) and the 2013 film La grande bellezza.

Critical acclaim is a weasel word for not having to mention the critics who acclaimed.

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