I would have reviewed this guy a while ago, but in order to have an opinion on something, you have to experience it first. So, I did. I sat down and watched a few of his videos all the way through. Guess what? I didn't enjoy them. You see, Mr. Enter caters to the "I'm 20+ years old and I'm sorry for today's kids!" crowd. I can't stand these types of people, because they believe that their childhood was so perfect that they act like it's still ongoing, and think they're superior by bitching about how bad things are today. Mr. Enter himself seems to believe that he's an almighty hero, standing up against the tyranny of bad cartoons, saving today's youth from the horrors of poorly-made animated programming. As if today's kids actually care. I'm certainly not against adults today watching cartoons for kids. That's fine because that's been going on for years. However, at the same time, you shouldn't care about what today's children watch on television. If you're not a kid anymore, and you still watch cartoons, you should be aware that cartoons are not always going to cater to you. And this isn't a new thing. Companies have been making bad cartoons since the beginning. They're mass-produced, churned out in order to please the little ones. But Mr. Enter acts like bad cartoons are some kind of grievous insult, and this, combined with his insufferable voice and self-centered attitude, makes his reviews impossible for me to take seriously. If you are reviewing a cartoon aimed at little kids by whining about how childish the humour is and saying how "The shows I liked as a kid were so much better!" then you're a hypocrite. So, you're perfectly happy with the childish humour of the shows you liked as a kid, but today's kids aren't allowed to enjoy the childish humour of the cartoons they like? This hypocrisy pretty much sums up Mr. Enter's work. I'm sorry but I disagree with the idea that children's cartoons have to all be complex, solid-gold perfection. They do not need to be - if kids enjoy them, that's good enough. This man-child also rants about the "bad messages" and "poor morals" present in some cartoons, because apparently parents or guardians do not exist and the idiot box has to teach kids everything about life. So, as you can tell, I largely dislike Mr. Enter. I find him and his videos whiny, elitist and immature.
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