Roland Joeff, who directed the film, says "the book is set in a time when the seeds were sown for the bigotry, sexism, and lack if tolerance we still battle today... yet it is often looked at merely as a tale of nineteenth-century moralizing, a treatise against adultery." Actually, it is more often looked upon as a tale of seventeenth-century moralizing, and a treatise against hypocrisy. But never mind. Joeff adds: "And, of course, it is also a marvelous romance."
"If you don’t intend to PLAY a game you are reviewing, at least research it! Research is the heart and soul of writing! Without the facts, all of your writing in any given field will be ignorant and considered poor."
"As Abraham Lincoln once said, Journalism is the first rough draft of history. Or possibly it was Thomas Edison who said that. I'm pretty sure somebody said it, because you often hear journalists quote it in an effort to explain how come they get everything wrong."
— Dave Barry's History of the Millennium (So Far)
"Degrassi‘s little discrepancies in terms of how players got their jobs on the Ice Hounds... can be forgiven because these are things that the casual observer, one who does not have regular exposure or extensive knowledge of the junior hockey system, would overlook."
— Margann Laurissa , at thehockeywriters.com
"And I can tell you that someone who loves everything there is to love about mythology isn't necessarily interested in the differences between an allosaurus and a T Rex. The paleontologist isn't too keen on finding out every legend involving Athena, either, and neither is the junior Spiderman."
—The Asperkid's SECRET Book of Social Rules
Cooper Lawrence: "And here's how they see women, they see them as these objects of desire, as these hot bodies. They don't show women as being valued for anything other than their sexuality. And it's a man deciding how many women he wants to sleep with."
Geoff Keighley: That's completely wrong. First of all you can play as a man or a woman. Have you actually ever played Mass Effect?"
Cooper Lawrence: "NO!"