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6th Feb '16 4:23:13 PM Zmister517
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* Tropers/{{Zmister517}}: AmericanBeauty is altogether a great film, but once Thora Birch's Jane flashed her well endowed chest, I checked out with her. She has spent the entire movie an insufferable Woobie complaining about everyone (except for the boy stalking her), and the biggest insecurity she has is unfounded. It rings BrokenAesop to me. What do you tell someone with an actual flat chest to do when they feel depressed? The worst part is that Ricky somehow concludes that Jane is less boring than her fake-but-outgoing friend Angela, because reasons...
3rd Feb '16 1:03:38 PM Maxiboy136
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Just thought I'd add some spoiler tags in case anyone who hasn't yet seen SPECTRE stumbles across this page. Hope you don't mind!
* Tropers/{{Peridonyx}}: For me, ''Film/{{Spectre}}'' falls into textbook JumpingTheShark territory when Blofeld invokes a retroactive HijackedByGanon on ''Film/CasinoRoyale2006'', ''Film/QuantumOfSolace'', and ''Film/{{Skyfall}}''. And if that's not enough, you want to know why he did all that, along with even creating SPECTRE in the first place? Because his father adopted an orphaned Bond and loved him more. Are you kidding me? Seriously, are you kidding me? So now the most classic villain organization of all time has been boiled down to such a cliched and {{Wangst}}y VillainSue trip. This is the kind of stuff you expect to see in amateur {{Fanfic}}s and ''Series/SaturdayNightLive'' parodies, not the actual ''Franchise/JamesBond''.
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* Tropers/{{Peridonyx}}: For me, ''Film/{{Spectre}}'' falls into textbook JumpingTheShark territory when Blofeld [[spoiler:Blofeld]] invokes a retroactive HijackedByGanon on ''Film/CasinoRoyale2006'', ''Film/QuantumOfSolace'', and ''Film/{{Skyfall}}''. And [[spoiler:And if that's not enough, you want to know why he did all that, along with even creating SPECTRE in the first place? Because his father adopted an orphaned Bond and loved him more. Are you kidding me? Seriously, are you kidding me? So now the most classic villain organization of all time has been boiled down to such a cliched and {{Wangst}}y VillainSue trip. ]] This is the kind of stuff you expect to see in amateur {{Fanfic}}s and ''Series/SaturdayNightLive'' parodies, not the actual ''Franchise/JamesBond''.
21st Jan '16 12:13:10 AM cricri3007
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* Tropers/{{cricri300}}: StarWarsTheForceAwakens was a very nice movie, but the crowning moment of [[TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodPlot wasted potential]] is the battle of Takonda where Finn, an ex-Stormtrooper, have to fight the First Order. Does he hesitate killing them, knowing that he could having been talking to them not a week ago? Knowing that they are brainwashed from a young age into believing the First Order's right? Does he have anything ressembling fragment of his brainwashing coming back up to haunt him ? No! He kills them without any ounce of remorse or hesitation.
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* Tropers/{{cricri300}}: StarWarsTheForceAwakens Film/TheForceAwakens was a very nice movie, but the crowning moment of [[TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodPlot wasted potential]] is the battle of Takonda where Finn, an ex-Stormtrooper, have to fight the First Order. Does he hesitate killing them, knowing that he could having been talking to them not a week ago? Knowing that they are brainwashed from a young age into believing the First Order's right? Does he have anything ressembling fragment of his brainwashing coming back up to haunt him ? No! He kills them without any ounce of remorse or hesitation.
21st Jan '16 12:10:54 AM cricri3007
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* Tropers/{{cricri300}}: StarWarsTheForceAwakens was a very nice movie, but the crowning moment of [[TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodPlot wasted potential]] is the battle of Takonda where Finn, an ex-Stormtrooper, have to fight the First Order. Does he hesitate killing them, knowing that he could having been talking to them not a week ago? Knowing that they are brainwashed from a young age into believing the First Order's right? Does he have anything ressembling fragment of his brainwashing coming back up to haunt him ? No! He kills them without any ounce of remorse or hesitation.
15th Jan '16 8:50:02 PM videogmer314
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11th Jan '16 8:43:09 AM Peridonyx
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* Tropers/{{Peridonyx}}: For me, ''Film/{{Spectre}}'' falls into textbook JumpingTheShark territory when Blofeld invokes a retroactive HijackedByGanon on ''Film/CasinoRoyale'', ''Film/QuantumOfSolace'', and ''Film/{{Skyfall}}''. And if that's not enough, you want to know why he did all that, along with even creating SPECTRE in the first place? Because his father adopted an orphaned Bond and loved him more. Are you kidding me? Seriously, are you kidding me? So now the most classic villain organization of all time has been boiled down to such a cliched and {{Wangst}}y VillainSue trip. This is the kind of stuff you expect to see in amateur {{Fanfic}}s and ''Series/SaturdayNightLive'' parodies, not the actual ''Franchise/JamesBond''.
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* Tropers/{{Peridonyx}}: For me, ''Film/{{Spectre}}'' falls into textbook JumpingTheShark territory when Blofeld invokes a retroactive HijackedByGanon on ''Film/CasinoRoyale'', ''Film/CasinoRoyale2006'', ''Film/QuantumOfSolace'', and ''Film/{{Skyfall}}''. And if that's not enough, you want to know why he did all that, along with even creating SPECTRE in the first place? Because his father adopted an orphaned Bond and loved him more. Are you kidding me? Seriously, are you kidding me? So now the most classic villain organization of all time has been boiled down to such a cliched and {{Wangst}}y VillainSue trip. This is the kind of stuff you expect to see in amateur {{Fanfic}}s and ''Series/SaturdayNightLive'' parodies, not the actual ''Franchise/JamesBond''.
11th Jan '16 8:42:43 AM Peridonyx
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* Tropers/{{Peridonyx}}: For me, ''Film/{{Spectre}}'' falls into textbook JumpingTheShark territory when Blofeld invokes a retroactive HijackedByGanon on ''film/casinoroyale2006'', ''Film/QuantumOfSolace'', and ''Film/{{Skyfall}}''. And if that's not enough, you want to know why he did all that, along with even creating SPECTRE in the first place? Because his father adopted an orphaned Bond and loved him more. Are you kidding me? Seriously, are you kidding me? So now the most classic villain organization of all time has been boiled down to such a cliched and {{Wangst}}y VillainSue trip. This is the kind of stuff you expect to see in amateur {{Fanfic}}s and ''Series/SaturdayNightLive'' parodies, not the actual ''Franchise/JamesBond''.
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* Tropers/{{Peridonyx}}: For me, ''Film/{{Spectre}}'' falls into textbook JumpingTheShark territory when Blofeld invokes a retroactive HijackedByGanon on ''film/casinoroyale2006'', ''Film/CasinoRoyale'', ''Film/QuantumOfSolace'', and ''Film/{{Skyfall}}''. And if that's not enough, you want to know why he did all that, along with even creating SPECTRE in the first place? Because his father adopted an orphaned Bond and loved him more. Are you kidding me? Seriously, are you kidding me? So now the most classic villain organization of all time has been boiled down to such a cliched and {{Wangst}}y VillainSue trip. This is the kind of stuff you expect to see in amateur {{Fanfic}}s and ''Series/SaturdayNightLive'' parodies, not the actual ''Franchise/JamesBond''.
11th Jan '16 8:42:21 AM Peridonyx
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* Tropers/{{Peridonyx}}: For me, ''Film/{{Spectre}}'' falls into textbook JumpingTheShark territory when Blofeld invokes a retroactive HijackedByGanon on ''film/casinoroyale2006'', ''Film/QuantumOfSolace'', and ''Film/{{Skyfall}}''. And if that's not enough, you want to know why he did all that, along with even creating SPECTRE in the first place? Because his father adopted an orphaned Bond and loved him more. Are you kidding me? Seriously, are you kidding me? So now the most classic villain organization of all time has been boiled down to such a cliched and {{Wangst}}y VillainSue trip. This is the kind of stuff you expect to see in amateur {{Fanfic}}s and ''Series/SaturdayNightLive'' parodies, not the actual ''Franchise/JamesBond''.
8th Jan '16 2:08:27 PM erforce
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* Tropers/{{Leaven}}: In the movie Film/FortyDaysAndFortyNights, Nicole, Matt's ex-girlfriend, wants to stop Matt from completing his vow to abstain from sex for Lent. Her reason for doing this is to win the prize money that has collecting from people betting on whether Matt will complete his vow. So, Nicole goes to Matt's apartment where he has chained himself to the bed in order to ensure that he completes his vow, and rapes him. That's bad, but what makes this movies even worse is Erica, his current girlfriend, comes into the room and assumes he cheated on her. So, he has to apologize to her for being raped! Nicole wins the prize money and gets away with her crime. What the fuck were the writers thinking? * Tropers/{{CAD}}: There is one scene in the ''VideoGame/{{Doom}}'' movie which stands out for how atrociously bad it is. In the final fight scene, The Rock breaks off a metal wire and wraps it around his arm. This is how the movie nods to the Cyberdemon.
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* Tropers/{{Leaven}}: In the movie Film/FortyDaysAndFortyNights, ''Film/FortyDaysAndFortyNights'', Nicole, Matt's ex-girlfriend, wants to stop Matt from completing his vow to abstain from sex for Lent. Her reason for doing this is to win the prize money that has collecting from people betting on whether Matt will complete his vow. So, Nicole goes to Matt's apartment where he has chained himself to the bed in order to ensure that he completes his vow, and rapes him. That's bad, but what makes this movies even worse is Erica, his current girlfriend, comes into the room and assumes he cheated on her. So, he has to apologize to her for being raped! Nicole wins the prize money and gets away with her crime. What the fuck were the writers thinking? * Tropers/{{CAD}}: There is one scene in the ''VideoGame/{{Doom}}'' ''Film/{{Doom}}'' movie which stands out for how atrociously bad it is. In the final fight scene, The Rock breaks off a metal wire and wraps it around his arm. This is how the movie nods to the Cyberdemon.

* Tropers/{{Slowzombie}}: ''RepoTheGeneticOpera'', the scene where Shilo stands up to her father for the first time. Not a bad moment in itself, but the song that follows is not at all pleasant. For one, it feels out of place, with a sudden swerve from the established "we sing to talk"-style to the more music video-like "band and dancers out of nowhere"-style. In addition, it is a little... [[ParentalIncest creepy]].
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* Tropers/{{Slowzombie}}: ''RepoTheGeneticOpera'', ''Film/RepoTheGeneticOpera'', the scene where Shilo stands up to her father for the first time. Not a bad moment in itself, but the song that follows is not at all pleasant. For one, it feels out of place, with a sudden swerve from the established "we sing to talk"-style to the more music video-like "band and dancers out of nowhere"-style. In addition, it is a little... [[ParentalIncest creepy]].
31st Dec '15 2:39:37 PM Heroshii15
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* Cheedo: While overall a funny, entertaining classic movie, I have always had a huge problem with how the movie allows Sandy to be treated- and how it makes her respond to it. Danny constantly picks his shallow, Jerkass friends over a kind girl he genuinely likes. What does Sandy do? She gets an UnnecessaryMakeover. Now that we know modesty is uncool and pounds of makeup and tight clothes are what strong women wear, Sandy will be accepted by his friends. Oh, and that clean athlete image Danny worked hard at? Now that Sandy has conformed to the cool kids' standards in a way her parents will inevitably disapprove of, he throws it all away to go back to his old ways. On top of that, the extremely catchy virgin-shaming song is so very unnecessary and is never treated as wrong as much as Rizzo getting slut-shamed is.
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* Cheedo: While ''{{Film/Grease}}'' is overall a funny, entertaining classic movie, I have always had a huge problem with how the movie allows Sandy to be treated- and how it makes her respond to it. Danny constantly picks his shallow, Jerkass friends over a kind girl he genuinely likes. What does Sandy do? She gets an UnnecessaryMakeover. Now that we know modesty is uncool and pounds of makeup and tight clothes are what strong women wear, Sandy will be accepted by his friends. Oh, and that clean athlete image Danny worked hard at? Now that Sandy has conformed to the cool kids' standards in a way her parents will inevitably disapprove of, he throws it all away to go back to his old ways. On top of that, the extremely catchy virgin-shaming song is so very unnecessary and is never treated as wrong as much as Rizzo getting slut-shamed is.
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