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23rd Jun '17 9:06:33 AM TheRedRedKroovy
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* Sherrod [=DeGrippo=] created Encyclopedia Dramatica as an offshoot of [=LJDrama=], initially as a serious attempt to create a wiki devoted to chronicling internet drama. Then Website/FourChan discovered it, and ED became the wiki for {{troll}}s. [=DeGrippo=] came to hate the new direction of the site and the culture that had developed around it so much that, in 2011, she nuked the entire thing and relaunched it as Oh Internet, a safe-for-work site which was closer to her original intention. The ED community responded furiously, with mirrors of the site soon sprawling across the internet, while Oh Internet mostly failed to take off and folded after a few years.
23rd Jun '17 1:46:52 AM Scabbard
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** As one can guess, the perfect storm of the above points is Watchman, where the original contract would have revert the right of Watchman to Moore if they stop printing, but then they re-print, did prequel, and then finally integrate it to DC Main universe, effective "kidnapping" the comic.
** A more specific example is Barbara Gordon getting crippled in ''ComicBook/TheKillingJoke''; Moore deeply regrets including it (he feels like it was pointless since he didn't put any focus on how it affected Barbara) and while he doesn't hate the story as whole he feels that if he were able to go back and change anything about it, he would change this.

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** As one can guess, the perfect storm of the above points is Watchman, where the original contract would have revert the right of Watchman to Moore if they stop printing, but then they re-print, did prequel, and then finally integrate it to DC Main universe, effective effectively "kidnapping" the comic.
** A more specific example is Barbara Gordon getting crippled in ''ComicBook/TheKillingJoke''; Moore deeply regrets including it (he feels like it was pointless since he didn't put any focus on how it affected Barbara) and while he doesn't hate the story as whole a whole, he feels that if he were able to go back and change anything about it, he would change this.
22nd Jun '17 2:48:51 PM Prinzenick
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** Animator Will Finn, who directed the bulk of the film, has stated on his Facebook that he does '''NOT''' have good memories of working on the movie, saying it was a [[TroubledProduction bloodbath to make it behind the scenes]], and that he has nightmares to this day about all the behind the scenes problems. One example have gave was the game sequence, which he had to fight for to get in the film because it was one of the few actual references to something indigenous in the film, but originally it was only a brief background visual--he said he didn't understand why it was such a struggle to put in but a lot of the backstage struggles on the movie made no rational sense. He ended up [[ScrewThisImOuttaHere resigning later in production and going back to Disney.]] Of the movie itself, he merely considers it to be a [[SoOkayItsAverage largely forgettable film]], and he also felt that the script was awful (he distinctly remembered bringing the script to writer David Swift, with the latter remarking "You're never going to make a good movie with shit like this for writing!", and Will believes that he was right).

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** Animator Will Finn, who directed the bulk of the film, has stated on his Facebook that he does '''NOT''' have good memories of working on the movie, saying it was a [[TroubledProduction bloodbath to make it behind the scenes]], and that he has nightmares to this day about all the behind the scenes problems. One example have gave was the game sequence, which he had to fight for to get in the film because it was one of the few actual references to something indigenous in the film, but originally it was only a brief background visual--he said he didn't understand why it was such a struggle to put in but a lot of the backstage struggles on the movie made no rational sense. He ended up [[ScrewThisImOuttaHere resigning later in production and going back to Disney.]] Disney,]] and had his name removed from the credits, leaving Don Paul and Eric "Bibo" Bergeron (and even an uncredited Jeff Katzenberg) to finish the job. Of the movie itself, he merely considers it to be a [[SoOkayItsAverage largely forgettable film]], and he also felt that the script was awful (he distinctly remembered bringing the script to writer David Swift, with the latter remarking "You're never going to make a good movie with shit like this for writing!", and Will believes that he was right).


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** Kevin Koch, an assistant animator on Chel's character, mentioned on his Synchro Lux blog that he had mixed feelings about the final film, particularly that the films direction was unfocused [[TooManyCooksSpoilTheSoup due to a case of it having too many cooks in the kitchen.]]
-->"For me there were two major problems with The Road to El Dorado. First, it was a period piece set in South America ó I thought at the time that that combination would be box office poison. There are certain settings and time periods that I donít think modern audiences are interested in, even if the film is fantastic. Second, the film didnít know what it wanted to be. Buddy movie? Action adventure? Romantic comedy? Musical? Historical tragedy? Romance? For adults? For kids? I think the project was like the proverbial elephant being examined by the blind scientists. Different directors, writers, and producers all tried to make different movies, and it ended up a mish-mash."
19th Jun '17 7:07:41 PM AgentS7
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* Anna Jarvis, the creator of Mother's Day, resented the commercialization the holiday brought, and was even ''arrested protesting it''.

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* Anna Jarvis, the creator of Jarvis created Mother's Day, Day to protest the First World War. She resented the commercialization the holiday brought, and was even ''arrested protesting it''.
18th Jun '17 9:18:08 PM jormis29
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* Peter Sallis, voice of Wallace in ''Franchise/WallaceAndGromit'' stated that he preferred the original shorts such as ''WesternAnimation/TheWrongTrousers'' to the duo's big screen debut in ''The Curse Of The Wererabbit'', making him one of the movie's few critics. Nick Park has also stated that while he holds no regrets over the movie, he feels personally that Wallace and Gromit are better suited to the short films, rather than feature-length.

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* Peter Sallis, voice of Wallace in ''Franchise/WallaceAndGromit'' stated that he preferred the original shorts such as ''WesternAnimation/TheWrongTrousers'' to the duo's big screen debut in ''The Curse Of The Wererabbit'', making him one of the movie's few critics. Nick Park Creator/NickPark has also stated that while he holds no regrets over the movie, he feels personally that Wallace and Gromit are better suited to the short films, rather than feature-length.
16th Jun '17 10:54:50 PM nombretomado
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* Dom Fera, of LazerCollection fame. The series often completely overshadows the rest of his work. He expressed this sentiment in [[StylisticSuck Lazer Collection 4]]. That said, he doesn't ''hate'' the Lazer Collection, he just thought it was ridiculous that people expected him to put out 4 so soon after 3.

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* Dom Fera, of LazerCollection WebAnimation/TheLazerCollection fame. The series often completely overshadows the rest of his work. He expressed this sentiment in [[StylisticSuck Lazer Collection 4]]. That said, he doesn't ''hate'' the Lazer Collection, he just thought it was ridiculous that people expected him to put out 4 so soon after 3.
7th Jun '17 7:03:33 PM Mineboot45
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7th Jun '17 6:59:58 PM Mineboot45
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** James Baxter was embarrassed by most of his animation of Ariel from ''Disney/{{TheLittleMermaid}}'' particularly the scene where she says "Daddy I love him!", in his own words he said he made her look like a fish eyed freak and apologized to her head animator Glen Keane for drawing her too OffModel.

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** James Baxter was embarrassed by most of his animation of Ariel from ''Disney/{{TheLittleMermaid}}'' ''Disney/TheLittleMermaid'' particularly the scene where she says "Daddy I love him!", in his own words he said he made her look like a fish eyed freak and apologized to her head animator Glen Keane for drawing her too OffModel.
7th Jun '17 6:51:13 PM Mineboot45
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* Noa was displeased over the response ''VideoGame/''{{Elona}} Shooter got on Kongregate, and the people it brought to the main boards. Many of the people coming in after the first couple weeks would not have the patience to properly learn ''Elona'' controls and quirks.

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* Noa was displeased over the response ''VideoGame/''{{Elona}} Shooter ''VideoGame/{{Elona}}'' got on Kongregate, and the people it brought to the main boards. Many of the people coming in after the first couple weeks would not have the patience to properly learn ''Elona'' controls and quirks.
6th Jun '17 8:41:53 PM Schroeder1174
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* Music/{{Journey}} was highly dissatisfied with their music video for "Separate Ways (Worlds Apart)"; to the point that they refused to do any videos for their next album, "Raised by Radio."

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* Music/{{Journey}} was highly dissatisfied with their music video for "Separate Ways (Worlds Apart)"; to the point that they refused to do any videos for their next album, "Raised by Radio."''Raised On Radio''.
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