Lauren Wissot: Traitor is a badly written cliche fest, and not only that the people I discuss films with in between S/m sessions are just as worthy of good movies as the "cultural elite."
Glenn Kenny: Wissot can't write, and descriptions of her sexual encounters hide a lack of critical judgment behind identity politics.
Steven Boone: The idea of a film critic is by definition elitist, and Kenny needs to get laid more. (Kenny engages both Wissot and Boone in the comments)
The winner: Kenny. Wissot's take on Traitor is simple-minded, and she misses no opportunity to work her completely irrelevant sex life into her work. Boone's post is call to the cinematic proletariat with a large dose of machsimo thrown in.