From what I've seen from skimming some of the other reviews, people either like Mr. Enter, or they don't. Am I going to say he's perfect? No, of course not. No critic is ever going to have a 100 percent approval rating. Even I don't agree with all of his opinions, but I understand that's okay. One thing I do have for Mr. Enter, without a doubt, is a lot of respect. From what he's told about his life, it hasn't been easy. Nobody deserves to have to deal with uncaring parents or pepper spray-wielding bullies; especially when you add the struggles of being on the Autism spectrum into that. Despite that, Mr. Enter has survived his hardships, and is trying his darndest to make a difference in his own way. So what if he tend to Accentuate the Negative a lot? The show is called "Animated Atrocities" for a reason; it's to point out just what makes a bad cartoon so bad. Plus, he has things like "Admirable Animations" to balance all that out, so you can't say he's negative all the time. One other thing I've also noticed about Mr. Enter that seems to separate him from some Internet critics is that he's actually willing to admit that he's made mistakes. Heck, he's even admitted that his personally attacking writers for making "bad" cartoon episodes was uncalled for, and he's trying to fix that. Let's face it: there are some of us out there who may look into something like an episode of SpongeBob, and people are going to say that we're being too nit-picky. I've had that said to me plenty of times, and I'm sure Mr. Enter has heard it before too. But I truly believe that he does it for the same reason I do it: because reviewers like us care about what our children are being shown, and how potentially damaging something like "Seahorse Seashell Party" can be. Mr. Enter might not always get approval from everybody, but I can safely say that he will always get it from me.
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