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5th Feb '16 7:03:54 PM Prfnoff
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* ''The Musical of Musicals'', a play that parodies various... well, musicals, registers this complaint about the works of Creator/StephenSondheim ("Unlikable people with lives that are hollow / It's all food for thought, but a bit hard to swallow...")
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* ''The Musical of Musicals'', a play that parodies various... well, musicals, ''Theatre/TheMusicalOfMusicalsTheMusical'' registers this complaint about the works of Creator/StephenSondheim ("Unlikable people with lives that are hollow / It's all food for thought, but a bit hard to swallow...")
13th Jan '16 2:55:05 PM hamza678
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* ''TheMysteriousMrEnter'' has noted that as of the "Little Yellow Book", he doesn't care about any of the main characters of ''WesternAnimation/SpongeBobSquarePants'' at all due to how Squidward's (the last character he had any care towards) actions in the end made him out to be remorseless for what he did there. Special mention also goes out to Mr. Pickles where he notes that with it's first episode, he already doesn't care about any of the characters that's shown because they focus more on character's that will never be seen again by the episode's end over characters that should have had more time in the spotlight, such as the titular Mr. Pickles or any other main character there.
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* ''TheMysteriousMrEnter'' ''Webvideo/TheMysteriousMrEnter'' has noted that as of the "Little Yellow Book", he doesn't care about any of the main characters of ''WesternAnimation/SpongeBobSquarePants'' at all due to how Squidward's (the last character he had any care towards) actions in the end made him out to be remorseless for what he did there. Special mention also goes out to Mr. Pickles where he notes that with it's first episode, he already doesn't care about any of the characters that's shown because they focus more on character's that will never be seen again by the episode's end over characters that should have had more time in the spotlight, such as the titular Mr. Pickles or any other main character there.
9th Jan '16 6:27:46 PM nombretomado
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* ''TheMysteriousMrEnter'' has noted that as of the "Little Yellow Book", he doesn't care about any of the main characters of SpongeBobSquarePants at all due to how Squidward's (the last character he had any care towards) actions in the end made him out to be remorseless for what he did there. Special mention also goes out to Mr. Pickles where he notes that with it's first episode, he already doesn't care about any of the characters that's shown because they focus more on character's that will never be seen again by the episode's end over characters that should have had more time in the spotlight, such as the titular Mr. Pickles or any other main character there.
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* ''TheMysteriousMrEnter'' has noted that as of the "Little Yellow Book", he doesn't care about any of the main characters of SpongeBobSquarePants ''WesternAnimation/SpongeBobSquarePants'' at all due to how Squidward's (the last character he had any care towards) actions in the end made him out to be remorseless for what he did there. Special mention also goes out to Mr. Pickles where he notes that with it's first episode, he already doesn't care about any of the characters that's shown because they focus more on character's that will never be seen again by the episode's end over characters that should have had more time in the spotlight, such as the titular Mr. Pickles or any other main character there.
22nd Dec '15 4:56:49 PM MarkLungo
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A phrase coined by Dorothy Jones Heydt in a science-fiction based {{Usenet}} group in 1991 to describe an AudienceReaction to a work of fiction where the characters are either so universally bland and unengaging or unlikable and unsympathetic that the reader simply loses interest in their fate and, by extension, the work as a whole. This can happen with or without the presence of [[BadWritingIndex more objective shortcomings]], but the most interesting examples tend to be those where this is a critic's main complaint, single-handedly dragging an otherwise well-made story down to where it's unenjoyable.
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A phrase coined by Dorothy Jones Heydt in a science-fiction based {{Usenet}} Website/{{Usenet}} group in 1991 to describe an AudienceReaction to a work of fiction where the characters are either so universally bland and unengaging or unlikable and unsympathetic that the reader simply loses interest in their fate and, by extension, the work as a whole. This can happen with or without the presence of [[BadWritingIndex more objective shortcomings]], but the most interesting examples tend to be those where this is a critic's main complaint, single-handedly dragging an otherwise well-made story down to where it's unenjoyable.
21st Dec '15 11:30:58 AM nm3youtube
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* Creator/ChrisStuckmann stated in [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wo5NETEV0S0 his review of]] ''[[Film/{{FantasticFour|2015}} Fant4stic]]'' that the film's poor world-building prevented him from caring about Earth as Doctor Doom began to destroy it, noting that a DownerEnding would have been more interesting than the actual outcome. Uninteresting characters and [[TrailersAlwaysSpoil a lack of spoiler-warning-worthy events]] hardly helped.
17th Dec '15 2:23:36 PM MrLavisherMoot
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* LetsPlay/{{Diabetus}} of WebVideo/{{Retsupurae}} declares a variation in the ''VideoGame/{{Darkseed}} 2'' wrongpurae, about the protagonist, Mike Dawson, who is suspected of murder.
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* LetsPlay/{{Diabetus}} of WebVideo/{{Retsupurae}} declares a variation in the ''VideoGame/{{Darkseed}} 2'' ''VideoGame/DarkSeed II'' wrongpurae, about the protagonist, Mike Dawson, who is suspected of murder.
27th Nov '15 2:56:04 AM Llygodenfawr
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* Creator/MarkTwain's essay ''[[Literature/FenimoreCoopersLiteraryOffences The Literary Offenses of Fenimore Cooper]]":
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* Creator/MarkTwain's essay ''[[Literature/FenimoreCoopersLiteraryOffences The Literary Offenses of Fenimore Cooper]]":Cooper]]'':

* Shows up InUniverse in the play ''Theatre/{{Seminar}}'', where Leonard, a once respected novelist turned editor gives a series of writing seminar to four aspiring writers. Leonard is infamous for his BrutalHonesty and coarseness, and he repeatedly tears down what he feels are lifeless, bloodless stories from his students. When one of them protests that he hasn't spent enough time getting to know the narrator of her story, he delivers a scathing takedown that works equally well for the writer as well as her narrator.
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* Shows up InUniverse in the play ''Theatre/{{Seminar}}'', where Leonard, a once respected novelist turned editor gives a series of writing seminar seminars to four aspiring writers. Leonard is infamous for his BrutalHonesty and coarseness, and he repeatedly tears down what he feels are lifeless, bloodless stories from his students. When one of them protests that he hasn't spent enough time getting to know the narrator of her story, he delivers a scathing takedown that works equally well for the writer as well as her narrator.
27th Nov '15 2:48:35 AM Llygodenfawr
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* WebVideo/ToddInTheShadows [[http://blip.tv/todds-pop-song-reviews/cinemadonna-bloodhounds-of-broadway-7043713 had such an opinion of]] ''Bloodhounds of Broadway'', summing it up in one word: "POINTLESS". His reason for why is because it's a compilation movie without any unifying story; the only common thread between the multiple plotlines is that the characters all eat at the same restaurant, and the film switches from story to story so abruptly that there's no reason to get invested in any of them.
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* WebVideo/ToddInTheShadows [[http://blip.tv/todds-pop-song-reviews/cinemadonna-bloodhounds-of-broadway-7043713 had such an opinion of]] ''Bloodhounds of Broadway'', summing it up in one word: "POINTLESS". His reason for why is because that it's a compilation movie without any unifying story; the only common thread between the multiple plotlines is that the characters all eat at the same restaurant, and the film switches from story to story so abruptly that there's no reason to get invested in any of them.
27th Nov '15 2:48:06 AM Llygodenfawr
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* WebVideo/ToddInTheShadows [[http://blip.tv/todds-pop-song-reviews/cinemadonna-bloodhounds-of-broadway-7043713 had that such opinion of]] ''Bloodhounds of Broadway'', summing it up in one word: "POINTLESS". His reason for why is because it's a compilation movie without any unifying story; the only common thread between the multiple plotlines is that the characters all eat at the same restaurant, and the film switches from story to story so abruptly that there's no reason to get invested in any of them.
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* WebVideo/ToddInTheShadows [[http://blip.tv/todds-pop-song-reviews/cinemadonna-bloodhounds-of-broadway-7043713 had that such an opinion of]] ''Bloodhounds of Broadway'', summing it up in one word: "POINTLESS". His reason for why is because it's a compilation movie without any unifying story; the only common thread between the multiple plotlines is that the characters all eat at the same restaurant, and the film switches from story to story so abruptly that there's no reason to get invested in any of them.
7th Nov '15 8:09:59 PM nombretomado
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* This is [[Creator/RedLetterMedia Harry S. Plinkett's]] reaction to the ''Franchise/StarWars'' prequels.
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* This is [[Creator/RedLetterMedia [[WebVideo/RedLetterMedia Harry S. Plinkett's]] reaction to the ''Franchise/StarWars'' prequels.
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