The guy has always been a clown to me. I don't read film criticism much at all, but I did read something he wrote about "Jurassic World". He devoted somewhere around 1,000 words to analyzing the scene in which the babysitter (a woman that we barely know and is probably onscreen for ten minutes tops) dies spectacularly in a big, brutal, over-the-top scene that involves like three dinosaurs and her being thrown all over the screen like a rag doll.
It's a scene that's meant to be a horror-style shocker, but Faraci takes great offense. He's not merely disturbed, he's righteously angry. You'd think they really killed a girl.
Meanwhile, any sane person who enjoyed the movie for the stupid summertime rollercoaster that is might have thought "Uh, Devin, you know that babysitter is a fictional character, right? She ain't real. We're allowed to feed her to dinosaurs."