Chris Pratt Tears Into 'Woke Critics' of His Show


Actor Chris Pratt went after “woke critics” after they reviewed his show.

Pratt took to Instagram to respond after critics on Rotten Tomatoes declared his Amazon Prime show, “The Terminal List,” is “no meat and all potatoes.”

The show received a 94% audience score and 40% critics score.

Fox News shared screenshots of Pratt’s Instagram story responding to the review.

In the first post, Pratt shared a report titled, “The new Yellowstone: Chris Pratt’s new Navy thriller The Terminal List defies woke critics’ scathing reviews to shoot up ratings chart with 1.6 billion minutes of streams.”

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In another post, the actor posted a photo of a character from “Austin Powers” captioned, “One point six BILLLLLLLLLION minutes.”

Actor Patrick Shriver, who also plays a character on the show, reacted on Twitter.

“This is insane. 1.6 billion minutes. Amazons biggest show. Honored to be part of this. Congrats [Chris Pratt],” Shriver tweeted.

According to Amazon’s description of the show, “Navy SEAL Commander James Reece turns to vengeance as he investigates the mysterious forces behind the murder of his entire platoon.”

It continues, “Free from the military’s command structure, Reece applies the lessons he’s learned from nearly two decades of warfare to hunt down the people responsible.”

This is not the first time Pratt has faced criticism.

Men’s Health published a profile on Pratt, including his response to the allegation that he is associated with the church Hillsong.

The church has been criticized for its non-LGBTQ-affirming statements, as the outlet noted.

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“I never went to Hillsong. I’ve never actually been to Hillsong. I don’t know anyone from that church,” Pratt told the magazine.

He added, “I’m gonna, like, throw a church under the bus?”

Pratt continued, “If it’s like the Westboro Baptist Church, that’s different.”

Additionally, he explained to Men’s Health, “I didn’t know that I would kind of become the face of religion when really I’m not a religious person.”

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