->''"The story is facile at best. The basic plot and themes are recycled from Isaac Asimov’s ''Literature/IRobot'', which was a similar series of philosophical explorations of machine intelligence dressed up in plots, although Asimov favored detective plots as opposed to [[{{Infodump}} paragraph-long lists of sci-fi weapons]] and descriptions of space combat. Posthumanity are just the all-conquering cyborgs in the mould of ''Series/DoctorWho''[=’=]s Cybermen and ''Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration''[=’=]s Borg, with “Integration” un-subtly standing in for “assimilation” or “upgrading.” The themes are similarly old hat -- several paragraphs are spent discussing how the human ships ''“took more risks than we did, even though their fragility is orders of magnitude greater than ours. They utilized tactics that did not appear to have a rational thought behind them, and yet, when the consequences are taken into consideration, their approach worked nearly as well as our eminently logical battle plan,”'' which reads like the bad rip-off of [[Series/StarTrekTheOriginalSeries Kirk/Spock]] arguments that it is."''
-->--'''[[http://www.philipsandifer.com/2015/04/guided-by-beauty-of-their-weapons.html Dr. Phil Sandifer]]''' on “Turncoat” by Steve Rzasa

->''"They did attempt to apply this formula ([[BoxOfficeBomb unsuccessfully]], I might add) to the 2001 film ''Film/PearlHarbor'', which turned out to be a 4 hour-long nightmare of schlock. It's like some asshole said, ''"We need another ''Titanic'' 'cause we love money. What other historical event can we [[{{Soaperizing}} slap a love triangle into]]? Rip off ''Titanic''[='s=] bow kiss scene by trying to do the same shit in a plane."''\\\
However, Bruckheimer and Bay's cynical cash-grab failed to impress even mongoloids. And the film even [[Creator/JoshHartnett starred]] [[Creator/BenAffleck two of 'em.]]"''
-->--'''WebVideo/RedLetterMedia''' on ''Film/{{Titanic}}''

->'''Spoony:''' But this isn't ''my'' movie! I can't just ''rip off'' somebody's movie!\\
'''Dr. Insano:''' PFFFFFFFFFWAHAHAHA! Since freaking '''''when?!''''' HYAHAHAHAHA! This is America, homie!\\
'''Spoony:''' I need a shower.
-->--[[WebVideo/TheSpoonyExperiment Noah Antwiler]] on ''Massacre at Central High''

->''"One of the responses from people when I mention this movie is 'Cuba ''[Gooding Jr.]'' is playing the Denzel ''Film/TrainingDay'' role!? [[WTHCastingAgency Really?]]' ...''Dirty'' is so incompetent and over the top I was laughing quite a bit throughout. There is no subtlety to anything in this movie. Salim is not just a bent cop, he might as well be [[DastardlyWhiplash tying women to railroad tracks and bombing orphanages while twirling a mustache]]. In five minutes alone he sexually assaults a woman on a public beach in broad daylight, all the while screeching the N word at anyone within earshot, then goes back to his patrol vehicle where he guzzles from a gallon size bottle of vodka...Someone like [[Film/GranTorino Clint Eastwood in his 80’s]] can still say'' 'You ever meet someone you know you just shouldn’t have fucked with *spit * That’s me','' and people would still be nervous. With Cuba I still think he should be [[Film/ChillFactor driving an ice cream truck with Skeet Ulrich.]]"''
-->-- '''[[WebVideo/TheSpoonyExperiment Miles Antwiler]]''' [[http://moviemoses.wordpress.com/ on]] ''Dirty'' (2005)

->''"''Film/TheIsland'' ended up becoming an inauspicious way to kick off a career in movies, particularly when {{DreamWorks}} and [[Creator/MichaelBay (Michael) Bay]] were sued for copyright infringement by the makers of the low budget ‘70s sci-fi film ''[[{{Film/Clonus}} Parts: The Clonus Horror]]''. You may remember the eerie similarities between ''The Island'' and ''Clonus'' being detailed extensively on this very site. And if you don’t remember that, you may recall hearing about it on ''Cracked'' when they shamelessly copied my comparison screenshots without permission (it’s ironic, because the article about rip-offs is itself a rip-off!)."''
-->--'''''Website/TheAgonyBooth''''', [[http://www.agonybooth.com/agonizer/Kurtzman_Orci_Directing_Star_Trek_3_Venom.aspx "Kurtzman and Orci to direct (and ruin) Venom and Star Trek 3"]]

->''"Creator/ShiaLaBeouf recently stole the spotlight by stealing an entire screenplay. He 'plagiarized' the script for his short film ''[=HowardCantour.com=]'' from Daniel Clowes' comic ''Justin M. Damiano'', in the same way settlers 'short-changed' Native Americans for the island of Manhattan. [[InsultToRocks But he paid less]]. He stole the entire comic, scene for scene, line for line, word for goddamn word. It is impossible to overstate how directly he ripped it off. I've used photocopiers that make less direct reproductions. When you read the title "''[=HowardCantour.com=]''," you've already experienced most of Shia's contribution to the project. The only other alterations were things like changing the bagels the characters eat into cookies. That's the level of cinematic insight Shia brings to a creative project: liking cookies."''
-->--'''''{{Website/Cracked}}''''', [[http://www.cracked.com/blog/why-shia-labeouf-hollywoods-new-king-jerks/#ixzz2r5U8aFwT "Why Shia LaBeouf is Hollywood's New King of Jerks"]]

->''"Part of the identity of the ''Thief'' series was its dry humour: a city of [[PoliceAreUseless thick, drunken guards]] and [[UpperClassTwit blustering nobles]]; you, [[TheTrickster the wily outsider]] come to take them down a peg. But there's no wit or poetic justice in ''this'' city; just miserable people being serious. ''"Eeeuyhh, the police are evil and everyone's got the plague. Who will save us? What's that? ''{{VideoGame/Dishonored}}''? Never heard of it."''"''
-->-- '''''WebAnimation/ZeroPunctuation''''' on ''[[{{VideoGame/Thief2014}} Thief (2014)]]''

->''"It's seriously just one purple jellyfish away from being IP infringement. It's a fangame in all but the name. And though a well-made fangame is always a treat for fans in question, they're not exactly known for high quality. Plus, pixellated {{Metroidvania}}s (even made by one person) aren't exactly a starving genre...This is probably the most "Me too!" homage game I've played since ''VideoGame/LoneSurvivor''; and I have the same problem here that I do there. It's a game so engrossed by how much it loves its predecessor that it can't manage to stylistically "grow up" and prove itself to be a [[PretenderDiss worthy successor]] of its own."''
-->--'''[[DubNameChange George Weidman]]''' on ''VideoGame/AxiomVerge''

->''"See, ''Shada'' isn't a clone of ''{{Franchise/Ys}}'' just in how you fight by crashing into things, but it's a clone in that entire chunks of the game are exactly the same as ''Ys''. It's a meticulous recreation except for one thing, they were [[TheyJustDidntCare too lazy to even fully rip off the game.]] The first town and most of the game's outside world are 1:1 recreations of the same locations from ''Ys I''. However, many of the areas you have to go fetch items to bring back to town are in the first area. You have to get an item from a giant tree and everything exactly like in ''Ys''! Except instead of trekking across a forest you just head a bit north from the first town.\\\
It cannot be reiterated enough how brazen this is...Creator/DataEast was even shameful enough to have a dithering title fade in over a nude goddess character just like ''Ys I''[='=]s title screen!"''
-->--'''[[http://www.hardcoregaming101.net/kusoge/kusoge-mhshada.htm Chris Rasa]]''' on ''Makai Hakkenden Shada''

->''"Meanwhile, a shark derby is being held by Bucky Allen, a sleazy and opportunistic restaurant owner by the beach. Apparently, his business plan is to lure people in with piles of taxidermied sharks; I can't think of [[StupidEvil a more appetizing way to lure in hungry customers]]...It's like someone was watching ''{{Film/Jaws}}'' and they were like, 'Hmmmm, but ''what if'' we made it really asinine?"''
-->--'''Creator/AllisonPregler''' on ''Series/{{Baywatch}}'', "Shark Derby"

->''"What is ''this''? After three superb episodes that made me believe that maybe…'''maybe''' ''Voyager'' would crack on and tell some grand stories in it's last two years, we hit the ground with a bang so hard its enough to give you whiplash. Ronald D. Moore has left the building and we’re back into Brannon Braga high concept territory. Let joy be uncontained. This is ''Voyager''[=’=]s take on Stephen King’s ''{{Literature/Christine}}'' except instead of a Plymouth Fury we are dealing with [[RecycledInSPACE a psychotic space craft]] that attempts to seduce Tom Paris to the dark side. How did they think any good could come of this? Its so predictable I wouldn’t even call it ''Trek'' by numbers; it's even more nursery school than that, with the Daffy Duck ''Voyager'' crew failing to pick up on any of the signs that Tom has been influenced by Alice despite the fact that this kind of possession [[AesopAmnesia happens twice a year on this ship]]... This could have worked had they taken the piss out of the hokey concept and laughed along with its absurd plot turns, but in true ''Voyager'' fashion it is all told with deadly solemnity which adds [[{{Narm}} a whole new level of embarrassment]]."''
-->--'''[[http://docohobigfinish.blogspot.co.uk/2012/08/voyager-season-six.html Joe Ford]]''' on ''Series/StarTrekVoyager'', "Alice"

->'''Chris''': I think there’s only one way to say it: ''Smallville'' has done an episode that rips off ''Film/TheMatrix'', and it is currently the year 2011.\\
'''David''': And Chris, what’s truly amazing about this episode is that it rips off ''The Matrix'' — itself a gigantic rip-off of Grant Morrison’s ''[[TheInvisibles Invisibles]]''. If they just skipped the middlemen and ripped off Morrison instead, I’m pretty sure [[DickDastardlyStopsToCheat I’d be singing this episode’s praises.]]
-->--Chris Sims and David Uzumeri [[http://comicsalliance.com/recap-smallville-episode-10-12-collateral/ on]] ''{{Series/Smallville}}'' ("Collateral")

->''"Friday afternoon I was on a bus coming home from Edson, Alberta and I started to get a movie craving. But I couldn't decide. Did I want to watch ''Film/DateNight'', ''Film/MrAndMrsSmith'', or ''{{Film/Se7en}}''.\\\
Silly me, why should I have to choose?\\\
I've constantly bemoaned the tendency of ''Smallville'' to occasionally commit open plagiarism. We've now moved beyond the occasional and into the realms of dependency. This is the last season of a show that has 75 plus years of story to mine; I'm really starting to get chuffed at the fact that I'm being subjected to ''Readers Digest'' versions of movies that [[SmallReferencePools are no longer or never were culturally relevant]]. You know, [[InNameOnly instead of Superman stories.]]"''
-->--'''[[http://www.supermanhomepage.com/tv/tv.php?topic=reviews/smallville10-ep14 Julian Finn]]''' on ''Smallville'', "Masquerade"