Alphagaia wrote:Well, I just hope we don't reset as a fanbase and start the whole conflict again. I will be watching it ofcourse!
Are you policing Sony or something?
RichardLess wrote:The peace we have made will not be broken. It's cost us too many fans, losses on both sides. Apparently we have other things to argue about. Like Dr. Who lol
Tell me about it.
JurorNo.2 wrote:Yeah I actually think the Doctor Who backlash helped out ATC in a way. People are starting to get sick of the rants about evil feminism destroying childhoods or whatever.
Oh so that's why I've suffered online abuse for having a different view. Cheers, thanks for that assessment Juror.
MagicPrime wrote:The RLM Reviews of the Next Generation Era, Star Trek films are pretty good. I always felt something was off about the NG Films and when I watched their review I realized it was that Picard was entirely different between the mediums.
In Generations he's exactly the same as in the TV series. It's when we get into First Contact afterwards that he changes.
Sav C wrote:It's just cool to think that Youtube is a world in its own.
The Internet is like an entirely new world.
Kingpin wrote:That sounds exhausting. (And personally, it sounds awful - the running time and his vocal delivery have turned me off of viewing the video completely)
Could it be because in your eyes people aren't allowed to say anything negative about ATC?
featofstrength wrote:Why even come to this thread if you 1) know you aren't going to agree with points made by the review no matter how reasoned and/or 2) can't even be bothered to watch it in the first place?
I call it stubbornness but he also doesn't like that type of review so...
Alphagaia wrote:To his defense he did bother to watch it, he just could not finish it.
Ha, ha! That's like the GB Fans quote of the year. I love how understated that sounds.
Kingpin wrote:I get that reviewers have to invent their own gimmicks in order to be unique against their peers, and to be honest the voice and his "murderer persona" are pretty stupid gimmicks if that's really the best he can come up with. Earlier this year a British film critic/reviewer I greatly admired passed away, you're probably not familiar with him (his name was Barry Norman, and used to work for the BBC), he didn't need gimmicks to give thoughtful and fair reviews - a critic/reviewer worth their salt doesn't need them.
Okay two things:
1) Plinkett persona is that of a couch potato or basement dweller, not a murderer.
2) I don't see how you can expect a Barry Norman review from this guy. You've used two very separate examples.
SpaceBallz wrote:Maybe I'll do a re-edit of the film someday with some tweaks. With all the deleted content I'm sure we can come up with a few different movies.
But is it possible to make a good film from all that?
RichardLess wrote:Come on Juror. I had hoped we had moved on from stuff like this.
As Kingpin has said in the past I can be quite repetitive in my views although it's not just me. I think we're all guilty of acting that way.