!!!Fiction
->'''TV's Frank:''' Yeah, Larry, come here. Larry, tell them. Tell these people. Tell them how you took your dream -- ''your vision!'' -- and through blood, sweat, and effort, you owned that dream and turned it into a reality through years -- well, ''days'' -- of hard work, determination, and struggle! You took that cherished dream that you had, and you... (trails off looking at "Larry's" dull, lifeless expression.) You don't really care, do you?
->'''"Larry Buchanan":''' (Smirks, makes gesture of approval towards Frank.)
-->-- The official Deep 13 rebuttal to the "They Just Didn't Care" sketch, ''MysteryScienceTheater3000'', ''AttackOfTheEyeCreatures''

!!!On Works
->''"Stuart's a nice bloke, but when someone comes in who's ''never'' seen ''Star Trek'' before, and I say, 'Well, [[CharacterDerailment my character wouldn't do that]]', and he says, 'I don't care, just do it anyway'-- first of all, you wanna [[TalkToTheFist punch his lights out]]. And second of all, he's the director, and you kinda have to do what he says, 'cuz he just keeps making you do it over and over again."''
-->--'''Marina Sirtis''' [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mltm_-bGcIo on]] director Stuart Baird, ''Film/StarTrekNemesis''

->''"''[T]''he people who were responsible for making the aliens look alien, what they'd done was stuck some cotton wool on their faces and dyed it green. ...I remember when we were doing the press screening at BAFTA and I was sitting next to this woman journalist and she saw this guy's face and she [[{{Narm}} snorted with derisive laughter]]. When we turned up for that day on location and saw those aliens, we were so enraged. Everyone had tried so hard, to the best of their abilities but somebody else had thought well, we can just get away with something. And then that journalist's response, people just can't take it seriously after seeing that. Someone just didn't try."''
-->-- '''[[http://doctorwho.org.nz/archive/tsv40/andrewcartmel.html Andrew Cartmel]]''' on ''Series/DoctorWho'', [[{{Recap/DoctorWhoS24E3DeltaAndTheBannermen}} "Delta and the Bannermen"]]

->''"Perhaps the most telling moment is when K-9 is hooked into the Minyan computer via what is very obviously a pair of binder clips at the end of telephone wires. What's striking about this isn't the use of cheap and everyday materials in ''Series/DoctorWho'' - that's been going on for ages, with [[{{Recap/DoctorWhoS10E5TheGreenDeath}} condom maggots]] and [[{{Recap/DoctorWhoS12E2TheArkInSpace}} bubble wrap alien arms]] appearing in highly acclaimed stories. It's the fact that no effort whatsoever is made to disguise the fact that it's phone wire and binder clips. They're not spray-painted gold or anything. They're using phone wire and binder clips that are obviously being phone wire and binder clips. It's a stunning moment in which it's clear that the production department has simply given up all hope that this will ever look good."''
-->--'''''TARDIS Eruditorum''''' on ''Doctor Who'', [[{{Recap/DoctorWhoS15E5Underworld}} "Underworld"]]

->''"In ''Tragedy Plus Comedy Equals Time'', PattonOswalt has a bit where he talks about what it really means to be successful as a comedian. He tells a story about being paid to do his act in front of a crowd so drunk that his mere presence is enough to earn a standing ovation, and how he received the offer to do that set (no new jokes, no material at all -- just free money) forever, and how now he has to live with 'the pulsing door of compromise and success,' because at any point he can stop writing jokes and just make money. I bring this up because, in an interview with Jimmy Kimmel, Creator/AdamSandler described a similar moment where he made the exact opposite decision...His movies are just the easiest excuses for him to take vacations: ''FiftyFirstDates'', he explains, was originally set somewhere else, and when he suggested shooting it in Hawaii everyone thought that was a very 'artistic' decision. From then on, he's just used his fame as a way to hang out with his buddies or entertain [[AuthorAppeal his predilection for cross-dressing.]]"''
-->--'''''{{Website/Cracked}}''''', [[http://www.cracked.com/blog/5-behind-the-scenes-features-that-show-why-movies-went-wrong_p2/ "5 Behind-the-Scenes Featurettes That Show How Movies Went Wrong"]]

->''"Lansing and another girl are tied to trees (saplings would be a better word) by the creatures, and then Lansing is carried off and given to Bigfoot. Bigfoot is usually shot from a camera angle between his toes, making him [[HitlerCam loom over the camera like King Kong]], but when we see him straight-on he looks about five feet ten inches or eleven inches tall. He wears a shaggy costume stitched together out of old, dirty brown shag rugs"''.
-->--'''Creator/RogerEbert''' on ''Bigfoot'' (1971)

->'''Chris:''' Lex and Lenny stroll up to an exhibit about Superman, where a single strand of his Super-Hair is holding up a 1,000-pound weight. Luthor and Lenny smash the glass case holding the super-hair before cutting it, because apparently those damn bolt-cutters were forged of [[{{ComicBook/Thor}} Uru by the dwarves of Skartalfheim.]]\\
'''David''': They don’t even have some sort of [[HandWave offhand line]] about how they’re kryptonite bolt cutters or something, which would even be believable for Luthor. They just use regular ol’ bolt cutters to cut this strand of hair holding a thousand pounds.\\
'''Chris''': ''Superman IV: The Quest For A F*** To Give.''
-->--'''Chris Sims''' and '''David Uzumeri''' [[http://comicsalliance.com/comicsalliance-reviews-superman-iv-the-quest-for-peace-1987-2/ on]] ''Film/SupermanIVTheQuestForPeace''

->''"Hey," [the filmmakers] must have said to themselves, "just because [Gandalf's] called '''the Grey''' doesn't mean he '''is grey'''. I mean, we're only recreating this story as faithfully as we can. So there's no need to obsess over little details. Oh, and pass that joint, will ya?"''
-->-- Website/TheAgonyBooth's '''Jet''' recapping Creator/RalphBakshi's ''WesternAnimation/TheLordOfTheRings''.

->''"[[StevenSeagal Seagal]] clearly doesn't give a shit, which, let me tell you, really enhances the viewing experience. In fact, Seagal's fight scenes make me yearn for the almost swan-like athleticism of actions stars like PamelaAnderson...We get virtually none of the things we expect, even from a ''bad'' Seagal flick. No martial arts mayhem, no obligatory speeches about [[InformedAbility how great Seagal's character is]], no hysterically funny shots of Seagal running and holding his gun like a girl, and no snapped limbs at ''all''. This film seems to have been made on autopilot at virtually every level."''
-->--'''''Website/TheAgonyBooth''''' on ''Submerged'' (2005)

->''"What I really think happened to this movie is that [[TroubledProduction everything went wrong]]. The script was in a shambles, [[SpecialEffectsFailure the animation shots weren't working out]], the deadline was coming up, and finally everyone threw their hands up and said 'To hell with it," and decided to put the movie in the can real quick and try to have a good time so they can go home early. The director just let the actors take the brakes off and do whatever they want. Creator/JeremyIrons just read his crap dialogue and went for the most [[HamAndCheese overdramatic Snidley Whiplash villain]] possible."''
-->--'''[[WebVideo/TheSpoonyExperiment Noah Antwiler]]''' [[http://spoonyexperiment.com/dungeons-and-dragons/ on]] ''Film/DungeonsAndDragons''

->''"I can realize that the first movie had its own problems. After all, the producer was up against the wall with losing the rights to ''Atlas'' and had to make a movie quickly. A script and a director had to be rushed and the relatively small budget had to limit the kind of actors they had... But really this is a symptom of a larger problem which is incompetence. Take for example another scene where we establish Dagny’s smarmy jerkface brother who has no talent but hogs all the credit. He is a supposed multi-millionare but he goes into what appears to be a Circle K and is buying a tie for a piano concert [[ConvenienceStoreGiftShopping next to the fucking Slim Jims and anti freeze]]. And you are just sitting there with this WTF look on your face thinking way too hard about things you shouldn’t be in the middle of this movie. Did they have really no more money left at that point and threw a tie rack in the middle of a QT? Is this some future thing that wasn’t established well? Kind of like how Taco Bell became fine dining in ''Film/DemolitionMan'', fucking Exxons have now become superstores where you get everything from Armani to Hostess Snoballs?"''
-->--'''[[WebVideo/TheSpoonyExperiment Miles Antwiler]]''' [[http://moviemoses.wordpress.com/2013/02/27/atlas-shrugged-part-ii-the-strike-2012-john-putch/ on]] ''Film/AtlasShrugged Part II: The Strike''

->''"It's like they were working on DLC for ''[[{{StarWarsTheForceUnleashed}} Force Unleashed I]]'' and then thought, 'You know what, ''fuck it!'' If they paid full price for that ''[[{{StarWarsTheCloneWars}} Clone Wars]]'' movie, they'll pay full price for ''this''.'"''
-->-- '''[[WebAnimation/ZeroPunctuation Ben "Yahtzee" Croshaw's]]''' review of ''Force Unleashed II''

->''"One's heart sinks the moment '[[Creator/BandaiEntertainment Bandai]]' appears on the screen, given that Bandai's video game division basically spent the NES years releasing an unrelenting torrent of shit upon the world. Their games list is a fucking who's who of games I've previously complained about -- ''Frankenstein: The Monster Returns'', ''Chubby Cherub'', ''Film/DickTracy'', ''Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde''... the list does not just go on, it goes on while actively [[SuckinessIsPainful torturing dark recesses of my brain]] with searing memories of playing this shit for half an hour at a stretch. Bandai is, let's face it, a company that exists, at least in NES terms, for the sole and express purpose of releasing crappy games. Actively. As a matter of policy, they clearly prefer to cheaply release shit than work to give the player a remotely entertaining experience."''
-->--'''[[http://projectnes.blogspot.com/2011/04/in-which-something-finally-snaps.html Phil Sandifer]]''' on ''Series/GilligansIsland'' ({{NES}})

->This has nothing to do with TECHNICAL LIMITATIONS and everything to do with the design team JUST NOT GIVING A FUCK.
-->-- [[http://rpgcodex.net/phpBB/viewtopic.php?p=1197889&sid=aeed0e8a5d2e0c355f103586a4e1aca1#1197889 Silellak]], LetsPlay UltimaVII[[DramaticEllipsis ...]] [[PortingDisaster on the]] SuperNintendo

->''"There's also another [[YouKeepUsingThatWord predecessor]] called ''[[VideoGame/CastlevaniaIIIDraculasCurse Castlemania 3: Dracula's Curse.]]'' All I'm going to do is barely mention it here, so that I can say I reviewed it."''
-->-- '''The WebVideo/ThirdRateGamer''' reviewing the [[VideoGame/CastlevaniaI first]] [[VideoGame/CastlevaniaIISimonsQuest two]] ''Franchise/{{Castlevania}}'' games

->[[http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLeZV2UXOouwl42Zyohy605yqUF2PgihIO Deep Serpent Assignments]] are not {{Machinima/Team Service Announcement}}s. They are what happens when someone suggests an idea for a Team Service Announcement, but says it in a way that makes me want to do it, but not put any effort into it. So I spend an hour barely animating and mixing together six songs and then slap it on YouTube with a name that voices one of my grievances.
-->-- '''[[http://www.youtube.com/user/anangrysockpuppet anangrysockpuppet]]'''

->''Okay... guys... By this point, I knew... The film just gave up. They clearly had no idea what to do, so they just threw in some stupid ideas into the third act, hoping that it would entertain the younger children in the audience... I mean, the rest is just as horrible, but it had SOME idea of pacing... The whole third act seems rubbish, pointless, rushed and uninspired... ''
-->-- '''[[http://duckyworth.deviantart.com/journal/Duckyworth-s-Thoughts-Disney-s-The-Wild-2006-351476186 Duckyworth]]''''s reaction to the climax of ''Film/{{The Wild}}''.

->''“No, no, don’t leave it at that. I want people to KNOW what that really means.” Steel said, “YoungJustice was a show with an intriguing and well-written plot with good characters and...well, amazing character designs. [[GreenLanternTheAnimatedSeries Green Lanturn]] was a very unique show that showed how much the mythology of the character had to offer the DC Universe outside of that awful movie. But Cartoon Network, [[SarcasmMode in their infinite wisdom,]] [[ScrewedByTheNetwork DUMPED both shows after its second and first season respectfully]] and just gave us THIS. A show where one episode consists of two characters saying [[InherentlyFunnyWords ‘waffles’]] [[OverlyLongGag over and over again!]] THERE IS NO HOPE LEFT IN THE WEST, PEOPLE. If CartoonNetwork is boneheaded enough to dump two great shows for this shallow crap, it shows how little they care about quality! Migrate to anime, folks! I hear KillLaKill’s getting more episodes. At least THAT show’s actually entertaining!”''
-->-- '''[[http://www.deviantart.com/art/OTD-Teen-Titans-Go-Waffles-476835324 Tohokari-Steel,]]''', on ''TeenTitansGo'', 'Waffles'

->''"...with tongue firmly in cheek, [Stephanie Beacham] would often wind me up by asking what her motivation was for a particular action, just as I about to call 'Action!', knowing full well that my answer would be, 'Because it's in the script'."''
-->-- '''Norman J. Warren''', director of ''Inseminoid''
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