Just a quick post today, but it’s a thought that’s been on my mind for a while…

The David Lynch film ‘Mulholland Drive’ was very well received by film critics, unlike the director’s earlier film ‘Lost Highway’, despite sharing many similarities in theme and tone. ‘Mulholland Drive’ features more female nudity and sexuality than ‘Lost Highway’.

The film ‘Lost in Translation’ was very well received by critics. ‘Lost in Translation’ features a man of advanced years spending time with a much younger woman.

The film ‘Sideways’ was very well received by critics. ‘Sideways’ features two middle-aged men going on a road trip, and having relationships with attractive women.

Would it be reasonable for me to guess that the majority of film critics are male, and probably aged over 40?