->"Stigma" suggests AIDS is fundamentally a minority (i.e., gay) problem. In fact, it is at its worst as a plague afflicting the heterosexual majority in Africa. There's now an HIV-positive Muppet on TV over there, by the way, [[PretenderDiss if you're interested in real bravery]].
-->-- '''John Ruch''' on ''Series/StarTrekEnterprise'', ''Boston Herald''

->The episode's message ends up completely garbled. Intended as a condemnation of homophobia, the episode instead comes off as the story of one woman's [[AcceptableFeminineGoalsAndTraits brave quest for cock]] [[StrawFeminist in the face of lesbian tyranny.]]
-->-- '''Website/{{Cracked}}''', on ''Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration'''s "The Outcast"

->If your movie has a problem with [[TakeOurWordForIt showing people doing stuff]], then maybe you shouldn't make a movie about people doing that stuff. You're just confusing the audience.
-->-- '''WebVideo/DiamandaHagan''' on ''Sting: Moment of Truth''

->The topics vary, but many of them are concerned with God-fearing murderers and rapists ending up in Paradise because they accept the Holy Spirit, whereas the good guys go to hell.
-->-- ''[[http://americanloons.blogspot.com/2010/10/70-jack-chick.html Encyclopedia of Amercian Loons]]'' on Creator/JackChick

->''Franchise/PowerRangers'', please don't preach a message of non-violent self-defense when literally the entire show revolves around fighting evil [[ViolenceReallyIsTheAnswer by punching and shooting it.]]
-->-- '''[[WebVideo/AtopTheFourthWall Linkara]]''', ''WebVideo/HistoryOfPowerRangers''

->As [[UsefulNotes/FranklinDRoosevelt Roosevelt]] was the architect of Big Government as we know it today, I'd have thought that he would be the last guy [[CrazySurvivalist militia]] [[RightWingMilitiaFanatic types]] would be quoting. But what do I know? [...] Let's put aside that the filmmakers might have feared alienating the presumably large pro-gun segment of Seagal's fanbase (such as it now is). More to the point, most if not all of Seagal's films revolve around [[AuthorTract evil plots perpetrated by elements of the U.S. Government.]] So he's hardly in a position to point at others and yell ‘paranoia.’
-->-- '''Jabootu''' [[http://www.jabootu.com/patriot.htm on]] Creator/StevenSeagal's ''The Patriot''

->Obviously people were going out to [drum 'n' bass] nights then, just as they are now, but by 2009 it had long since stopped being at the bleeding edge. [The Drum 'N' Bassment is] not completely incongruous as a name for a club, but it does help bolster the argument that Moore's out of his depth here [...] this is where the youth is, where the new stuff's happening. Don't be wagging your finger and telling everyone creativity's dead if the last time you had any idea what was going on in popular music was 1995.
-->-- '''Amy of [[http://mindlessones.com/2012/06/26/league-of-extraordinary-gentlemen-century-2009-thoughts/ "The Mindless Ones"]]''' critiquing Creator/AlanMoore's ''Comicbook/TheLeagueOfExtraordinaryGentlemen: Century 2009''

->Indeed, it seems especially hypocritical to suggest that the Third Doctor's cardinal sin is "greed for knowledge" and that this merits the character's death. Every iteration of the character has a thirst for knowledge. That's why the Doctor stole the TARDIS, and that's why he would never give it back. If anything, the Third Doctor is ''less'' greedy than his other iterations. Even after his exile is lifted and he's free to return to the cosmos to continue pursuing knowledge, he anchors himself to Earth with the U.N.I.T. family. It feels like Planet of the Spiders almost doesn't understand the Third Doctor and this era of the show at all. It tries to wrap up the era with a few of [[WereStillRelevantDammit the superficial trappings]] of [[NewAgeRetroHippie the last half-decade]].
-->-- '''Darren Mooney''' [[http://them0vieblog.com/2013/03/29/doctor-who-planet-of-the-spiders-review/ on]] ''Series/DoctorWho'', [[{{Recap/DoctorWhoS11E5PlanetofTheSpiders}} "Planet of the Spiders"]]

->This movie haaaaaaaaaaaaates [[StrawmanNewsMedia the media]]. Kinda ironic considering what created the Music/SpiceGirls in the first place.
-->-- '''WebVideo/TheNostalgiaChick''', on ''Film/SpiceWorld''

->When Molly told Nephrite how she felt, [[BeYourself she was being true to herself!]] [[LifeDrain See where that got her?]] Stupid bitch should have kept her mouth shut.
-->-- '''Manga/SailorMoon''', giving a "Sailor Says" for episode 16 of ''WebVideo/SailorMoonAbridged''

->So... this episode was about cheating. I don't know how, exactly. I mean, it seemed pretty kosher to me. The pencil was hers, after all. Just, uh, don't cut corners, kids!
-->-- '''Sailor Moon''', giving a "Sailor Says" for episode 17 of ''WebVideo/SailorMoonAbridged''

->This story is obviously one of the "message shows," hence the reason why it's structured as it is. Reminds me of a story I once heard from a man at the bus depot about this donkey.\\
It turns out this donkey was ''very'' smart - for a donkey, I mean - and loved magic tricks. And with the man's help, the donkey began mastering various tricks, which is impressive when you don't have sleeves. He worked with the donkey to pull off the [[PullARabbitOutOfMyHat rabbit-out-of-a-hat trick]], but with a fake rabbit, because [[FantasticRacism rabbits and donkeys are natural enemies]] - not a lot of people know that, [[NoodleIncident there's a lot of baggage between the two.]] But the donkey got so good, he wanted to put on a show. Money wasn't even that big of a deal to the donkey - again, he's got no pockets - he just wants to perform, so kids would get free admittance and everything, just so the donkey could amaze them with his magic. But the night after the theater was rented, [[SignsOfDisrepair part of the sign announcing the first-ever Donkey Magic Show was stolen]], so the population woke up to a sign declaring "[[BestialityIsDepraved Donkey Show]] - [[CrossesTheLineTwice Kids Watch for Free!]]" And they burned the theater down. The donkey never got to perform magic, [[ShootTheShaggyDog and he hanged himself tragically.]] And the lesson is learned - [[SpoofAesop magic acts are WRONG.]]
-->-- '''WebSite/SFDebris''', [[http://sfdebris.com/videos/startrek/v950.php reviewing]] ''Series/StarTrekVoyager'', "Critical Care"

->What I'm saying - what ''the movie'' appears to be saying - is that these kids were messed-up long before they heard of ''Mazes & Monsters''. Hell, if anything, I'd suggest the game brought relatively unlikeable characters like Jay Jay and Robbie into a group where their youth and childhood traumas might have otherwise alienated them. Dare I say the fellowship of their gaming group kept them doing violent acts to themselves or others as evidenced by [[DoNotDoThisCoolThing Jay Jay being saved from suicide by the notion of bringing a new dimension to the game and enjoyment to his friends]].
-->-- '''[[WebVideo/TheSpoonyExperiment Noah Antwiler]]''' [[http://www.spoonyexperiment.com/mazes-and-monsters/ on]] ''Film/MazesAndMonsters''

->It's ''Literature/{{Twilight}}''. ''Twi-fucking-light''! They don't know what they're talking about! You ''have to know'' you ''don't know'' what you're talking about!
-->-- '''Creator/DougWalker''' on vampires and abortion, ''[[Literature/{{Twilight}} Breaking Dawn Part 1]]''

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