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** While talking about Film/Dumbo2019, she makes note of [[UnPerson how the singing crows were excised completely]] because Disney didn't even want to deal with discourse on [[EthnicScrappy the racial stereotyping in the original]], despite [[EnsembleDarkhorse the crows being the most famous characters besides Dumbo himself]], sing the best-remembered song, and''give Dumbo the magic feather that helps him fly''. Lindsay argues excising them was actually worse, because it wasn't just Disney re-writing their history, [[OrwellianRetcon but acting like that history didn't exist, warts and all]].

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** While talking about Film/Dumbo2019, she makes note of [[UnPerson how the singing crows were excised completely]] because Disney didn't even want to deal with discourse on [[EthnicScrappy the racial stereotyping in the original]], despite [[EnsembleDarkhorse the crows being the most famous characters besides Dumbo himself]], sing the best-remembered song, and''give and ''give Dumbo the magic feather that helps him fly''. Lindsay argues excising them was actually worse, because it wasn't just Disney re-writing their history, [[OrwellianRetcon but acting like that history didn't exist, warts and all]].


* Her "Woke Disney" video articulates what a lot of audiences have generally felt about Disney's live-action remakes of their classic films; that it only gives lip-service to progressive politics while doing nothing to address unfair power structures (big business, monarchies, prejudices) because that would mean capitalism is bad, [[MoneyDearBoy and Disney can't have that]]. In particular, she notes how Disney has given their Princess films an ironic feminist bent, because that's easier to market.
** While talking about Film/Dumbo2019, she makes note of [[UnPerson how the singing crows were excised completely]] because Disney didn't even want to deal with discourse on [[EthnicScrappy the racial stereotyping in the original]], despite [[EnsembleDarkhorse the crows being the most famous characters besides Dumbo himself]], sing the best-remembered song, and [[ChekovsGunman ''give Dumbo the magic feather that helps him fly'']]. Lindsay argues excising them was actually worse, because it wasn't just Disney re-writing their history, [[OrwellianRetcon but acting like that history didn't exist, warts and all]].

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* Her "Woke Disney" video articulates what a lot of audiences have generally felt about Disney's live-action remakes of their classic films; that it only gives lip-service to progressive politics while doing nothing to address unfair power structures (big business, monarchies, prejudices) because that would mean capitalism is bad, [[MoneyDearBoy and Disney can't have that]]. In particular, she notes how Disney has given their Princess films an ironic feminist bent, [[MerchandiseDriven because that's easier to market.
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** While talking about Film/Dumbo2019, she makes note of [[UnPerson how the singing crows were excised completely]] because Disney didn't even want to deal with discourse on [[EthnicScrappy the racial stereotyping in the original]], despite [[EnsembleDarkhorse the crows being the most famous characters besides Dumbo himself]], sing the best-remembered song, and [[ChekovsGunman ''give and''give Dumbo the magic feather that helps him fly'']]. fly''. Lindsay argues excising them was actually worse, because it wasn't just Disney re-writing their history, [[OrwellianRetcon but acting like that history didn't exist, warts and all]].all]].
** Remember in the original how the crows gave Dumbo one of their feathers? It doesn't escape Lindsay's notice that the feather is white in the remake. [[UnfortunateImplications May seem like a small detail, but it's another symbol of exclusion]].


** She also directly calls out a double standard that Dany was treated with, arguing that while Tyrion, Jon and Ned all do things that are monsterous (using explosives to kill scores of men in the Battle of the Blackwater or executing several people) these events are portrayed as either awesome (Tyrion) or sad but necessary (Jon and Ned). Dany meanwhile, smartly uses her dragons to lay waste to her enemies and it's somehow presented as going just one step too far, cause she's using...fire.

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** She also directly calls out a double standard that Dany was treated with, arguing that while Tyrion, Jon and Ned all do things that are monsterous (using explosives to kill scores of men in the Battle of the Blackwater or executing several people) these events are portrayed as either awesome (Tyrion) or sad but necessary (Jon and Ned). Dany meanwhile, smartly uses her dragons to lay waste to her enemies and it's somehow presented as going just one step too far, cause she's using...fire.fire.
* Her "Woke Disney" video articulates what a lot of audiences have generally felt about Disney's live-action remakes of their classic films; that it only gives lip-service to progressive politics while doing nothing to address unfair power structures (big business, monarchies, prejudices) because that would mean capitalism is bad, [[MoneyDearBoy and Disney can't have that]]. In particular, she notes how Disney has given their Princess films an ironic feminist bent, because that's easier to market.
** While talking about Film/Dumbo2019, she makes note of [[UnPerson how the singing crows were excised completely]] because Disney didn't even want to deal with discourse on [[EthnicScrappy the racial stereotyping in the original]], despite [[EnsembleDarkhorse the crows being the most famous characters besides Dumbo himself]], sing the best-remembered song, and [[ChekovsGunman ''give Dumbo the magic feather that helps him fly'']]. Lindsay argues excising them was actually worse, because it wasn't just Disney re-writing their history, [[OrwellianRetcon but acting like that history didn't exist, warts and all]].


* Her video for ''Series/GameOfThrones'', “The Last of the Game of Thrones Hot Takes”, is her laying down pretty much every single poor decision the writers made with the primary characters in the final season. It is so damn cathartic. Her main point of contention essentially is that, in what’s likely a case of working from the ending backwards, the writers and showrunners sacrificed established and nuanced characterization in order to make the plot work the way they wanted it to instead of working ''with'' it. This resulted in characters like Tyrion and Varys making numerous nonsensical decisions despite being regarded as the two most intelligent characters on the show.

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* Her video for ''Series/GameOfThrones'', “The Last of the Game of Thrones Hot Takes”, is her laying down pretty much every single poor decision the writers made with the primary characters in the final season. It is so damn cathartic. Her main point of contention essentially is that, in what’s likely a case of working from the ending backwards, the writers and showrunners sacrificed established and nuanced characterization in order to make the plot work the way they wanted it to instead of working ''with'' it. This resulted in characters like Tyrion and Varys making numerous nonsensical decisions despite being regarded as the two most intelligent characters on the show.show.
** She also directly calls out a double standard that Dany was treated with, arguing that while Tyrion, Jon and Ned all do things that are monsterous (using explosives to kill scores of men in the Battle of the Blackwater or executing several people) these events are portrayed as either awesome (Tyrion) or sad but necessary (Jon and Ned). Dany meanwhile, smartly uses her dragons to lay waste to her enemies and it's somehow presented as going just one step too far, cause she's using...fire.


* Her video for Series/GameOfThrones, “The Last of the Game of Thrones Hot Takes”, is her laying down pretty much every single poor decision the writers made with the primary characters in the final season. It is so damn cathartic.

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* Her video for Series/GameOfThrones, ''Series/GameOfThrones'', “The Last of the Game of Thrones Hot Takes”, is her laying down pretty much every single poor decision the writers made with the primary characters in the final season. It is so damn cathartic. Her main point of contention essentially is that, in what’s likely a case of working from the ending backwards, the writers and showrunners sacrificed established and nuanced characterization in order to make the plot work the way they wanted it to instead of working ''with'' it. This resulted in characters like Tyrion and Varys making numerous nonsensical decisions despite being regarded as the two most intelligent characters on the show.


* Her video for ‘’Series/GameOfThrones’’, “The Last of the Game of Thrones Hot Takes”, is her laying down pretty much every single poor decision the writers made with the primary characters in the final season. It is so damn cathartic.

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* Her video for ‘’Series/GameOfThrones’’, Series/GameOfThrones, “The Last of the Game of Thrones Hot Takes”, is her laying down pretty much every single poor decision the writers made with the primary characters in the final season. It is so damn cathartic.


-->'''Lindsay''': ''Film/AmericanHistoryX'' is a great example of [[PoesLaw The Satire Paradox]] for something that is not satire. The text of the film is explicitly anti-fascist, a cautionary tale that unmistakably condemns white supremacy. But you know what group loves the imagery in ''American History X''? [[MisaimedFandom Neo-Nazis. Neo-Nazis love the imagery in this movie]]. The text shows Neo-Nazism and white supremacy as bad, [[DoNotDoThisCoolThing but isn't it also kind of bad......ASS? Isn't it kind of cool, the way he's framed? Isn't Edward Norton a badass when he's an uncucked Neo-Nazi alpha]]? And then there's Hans Landa from ''Film/IngloriousBasterds'', who has become more of a symbol for [[AffablyEvil fun, and charm]], [[ThoseWackyNazis and charisma than of evil]]. [[IntendedAudienceReaction And you might argue that that's the point]], [[MisaimedFandom but how valuable is that point if what people remember the most about the movie is how fun the evil Nazi was? Audiences may have lost the thread of the intended point]]. And then there's "Tomorrow Belongs To Me," a chilling moment from the film version of ''Film/{{Cabaret}}'', which has recently been adopted by some White Nationalists as an anthem... but you know what hasn't? ''(Cut to "[[AdolfHitlarious Springtime For Hitler]]" in all its glorious contrast.)''

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-->'''Lindsay''': ''Film/AmericanHistoryX'' is a great example of [[PoesLaw The Satire Paradox]] for something that is not satire. The text of the film is explicitly anti-fascist, a cautionary tale that unmistakably condemns white supremacy. But you know what group loves the imagery in ''American History X''? [[MisaimedFandom Neo-Nazis. Neo-Nazis love the imagery in this movie]]. The text shows Neo-Nazism and white supremacy as bad, [[DoNotDoThisCoolThing but isn't it also kind of bad......ASS? Isn't it kind of cool, the way he's framed? Isn't Edward Norton a badass when he's an uncucked Neo-Nazi alpha]]? And then there's Hans Landa from ''Film/IngloriousBasterds'', who has become more of a symbol for [[AffablyEvil fun, and charm]], [[ThoseWackyNazis and charisma than of evil]]. [[IntendedAudienceReaction And you might argue that that's the point]], [[MisaimedFandom but how valuable is that point if what people remember the most about the movie is how fun the evil Nazi was? Audiences may have lost the thread of the intended point]]. And then there's "Tomorrow Belongs To Me," a chilling moment from the film version of ''Film/{{Cabaret}}'', which has recently been adopted by some White Nationalists as an anthem... but you know what hasn't? ''(Cut to "[[AdolfHitlarious Springtime For Hitler]]" in all its glorious contrast.)'')''
* Her video for ‘’Series/GameOfThrones’’, “The Last of the Game of Thrones Hot Takes”, is her laying down pretty much every single poor decision the writers made with the primary characters in the final season. It is so damn cathartic.


-->'''Lindsay''': ''Film/AmericanHistoryX'' is a great example of [[PoesLaw The Satire Paradox]] for something that is not satire. The text of the film is explicitly anti-fascist, a cautionary tale that unmistakably condemns white supremacy. But you know what group loves the imagery in ''American History X''? [[MisaimedFandom Neo-Nazis. Neo-Nazis love the imagery in this movie]]. The text shows Neo-Nazism and white supremacy as bad, [[DoNotDoThisCoolThing but isn't it also kind of bad......ASS? Isn't it kind of cool, the way he's framed? Isn't Edward Norton a badass when he's an uncucked Neo-Nazi alpha]]? And then there's Hans Landa from ''Film/IngloriousBasterds'', who has become more of a symbol for [[AffablyEvil fun, and charm]], [[ThoseWackyNazis and charisma than of evil]]. [[IntendedAudienceReaction And you might argue that that's the point]], [[MisaimedFandom but how valuable is that point if what people remember the most about the movie is how fun the evil Nazi was? Audiences may have lost the thread of the intended point]]. And then there's "Tomorrow Belongs To Me," a chilling moment from the film version of ''Theatre/{{Cabaret}}'', which has recently been adopted by some White Nationalists as an anthem... but you know what hasn't? ''(Cut to "[[AdolfHitlarious Springtime For Hitler]]" in all its glorious contrast.)''

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-->'''Lindsay''': ''Film/AmericanHistoryX'' is a great example of [[PoesLaw The Satire Paradox]] for something that is not satire. The text of the film is explicitly anti-fascist, a cautionary tale that unmistakably condemns white supremacy. But you know what group loves the imagery in ''American History X''? [[MisaimedFandom Neo-Nazis. Neo-Nazis love the imagery in this movie]]. The text shows Neo-Nazism and white supremacy as bad, [[DoNotDoThisCoolThing but isn't it also kind of bad......ASS? Isn't it kind of cool, the way he's framed? Isn't Edward Norton a badass when he's an uncucked Neo-Nazi alpha]]? And then there's Hans Landa from ''Film/IngloriousBasterds'', who has become more of a symbol for [[AffablyEvil fun, and charm]], [[ThoseWackyNazis and charisma than of evil]]. [[IntendedAudienceReaction And you might argue that that's the point]], [[MisaimedFandom but how valuable is that point if what people remember the most about the movie is how fun the evil Nazi was? Audiences may have lost the thread of the intended point]]. And then there's "Tomorrow Belongs To Me," a chilling moment from the film version of ''Theatre/{{Cabaret}}'', ''Film/{{Cabaret}}'', which has recently been adopted by some White Nationalists as an anthem... but you know what hasn't? ''(Cut to "[[AdolfHitlarious Springtime For Hitler]]" in all its glorious contrast.)''


* The entirety of "[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vpUx9DnQUkA That Time Disney Remade Beauty and the Beast]]", a brutal yet concise and incredibly satisfying dissection of [[Film/BeautyAndTheBeast2017 a film Lindsay very clearly feels strongly about]] and its failings, from its [[PanderingToTheBase pandering]] attempts to "correct" the source material, to its [[UnfortunateImplications insulting attempts]] at [[DontShootTheMessage "cheap, safe, Hollywood liberalism]]", to the highly cynical approach the entire film was made in, which she argues goes against the philosophy of Creator/WaltDisney himself.

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* The entirety of "[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vpUx9DnQUkA That Time Disney Remade Beauty and the Beast]]", a brutal yet concise and incredibly satisfying dissection of [[Film/BeautyAndTheBeast2017 a film Lindsay very clearly feels strongly about]] and its failings, from its [[PanderingToTheBase pandering]] attempts to "correct" the source material, to its [[UnfortunateImplications insulting attempts]] at [[DontShootTheMessage "cheap, safe, Hollywood liberalism]]", liberalism"]], to the highly cynical approach the entire film was made in, which she argues goes against the philosophy of Creator/WaltDisney himself.


* Lindsay's episode of "The Whole Plate" on MaleGaze in the ''Film/TransformersFilmSeries'' is strangely cathartic, since instead of tackling the [[InternetBackdraft often-hotly-debated subject]] of its relation to Creator/MichaelBay's lack of respect for women in his films, she instead goes onto discussing its relation to his lack of respect towards ''men'' as well. Specifically, Lindsay calls out how blatantly disdainful he is against his own protagonists by framing them [[LoserProtagonist as either pathetic]] or [[{{Jerkass}} just plain contemptible]], yet still in a way [[ThisLoserIsYou that's meant to be sympathetic and relatable to his own audience,]] [[ViewersAreMorons because that's how Michael Bay sees them.]] It's both remarkably refreshing to hear and just ''awesome.''

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* Lindsay's episode of "The Whole Plate" on MaleGaze in the ''Film/TransformersFilmSeries'' is strangely cathartic, since instead of tackling the [[InternetBackdraft often-hotly-debated subject]] subject of its relation to Creator/MichaelBay's lack of respect for women in his films, she instead goes onto discussing its relation to his lack of respect towards ''men'' as well. Specifically, Lindsay calls out how blatantly disdainful he is against his own protagonists by framing them [[LoserProtagonist as either pathetic]] or [[{{Jerkass}} just plain contemptible]], yet still in a way [[ThisLoserIsYou that's meant to be sympathetic and relatable to his own audience,]] [[ViewersAreMorons because that's how Michael Bay sees them.]] It's both remarkably refreshing to hear and just ''awesome.''



* The entirety of "[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vpUx9DnQUkA That Time Disney Remade Beauty and the Beast]]", a brutal yet concise and incredibly satisfying dissection of [[Film/BeautyAndTheBeast2017 a film Lindsay very clearly feels strongly about]] and its failings, from its [[PanderingToTheBase pandering]] attempts to "correct" the source material, to its [[UnfortunateImplications insulting attempts]] at [[DontShootTheMessage "cheap, safe]], [[InternetBackdraft Hollywood liberalism]]", to the highly cynical approach the entire film was made in, which she argues goes against the philosophy of Creator/WaltDisney himself.

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* The entirety of "[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vpUx9DnQUkA That Time Disney Remade Beauty and the Beast]]", a brutal yet concise and incredibly satisfying dissection of [[Film/BeautyAndTheBeast2017 a film Lindsay very clearly feels strongly about]] and its failings, from its [[PanderingToTheBase pandering]] attempts to "correct" the source material, to its [[UnfortunateImplications insulting attempts]] at [[DontShootTheMessage "cheap, safe]], [[InternetBackdraft safe, Hollywood liberalism]]", to the highly cynical approach the entire film was made in, which she argues goes against the philosophy of Creator/WaltDisney himself.


* After threatening to do so for ''years'', in 2016, Lindsay put together a video essay tearing into ''Theatre/{{RENT}}'' full force - not just for themes she's already touched on in other reviews (divorcing yourself from the system while enjoying its benefits, acting so above it all), but because it's a work set against the AIDS epidemic where, unlike the ACT-UP protest that directly engaged the system, demanded the government do something about the problem and fought tooth and nail to gain acknowledgement, the cast... just divorces themselves from society and mainly sits on righteousness.
-->'''Lindsay''': It reinforces a worldview that in which the only way to rebel against the system is to reject it, and it might feel good to [[Music/TheLonelyIsland throw it on the ground, and throw the rest of the cake too.]] It gives you a sense of power in a world that makes you feel powerless, but in reality the only thing it fosters is ''actual'' powerlessness, because in rejecting the system, you are not only failing to take it down, you are also forfeiting any voice within it. ''Theatre/{{RENT}}'' [[CluelessAesop takes an inherently political issue]] [[ThemeParkVersion and depoliticizes it to create something comforting and consumable.]] ''[[{{Irony}} RENT]]'' [[{{Irony}} looks pretty,]] [[TitleDrop and does as little as possible.]]
* She demolishes the theory on how ''Disney/BeautyAndTheBeast'' is about Stockholm Syndrome, while addressing an issue with Disney and their focus on heterosexuality and because people keep focusing on the damn Stockholm thing, they all miss the other factors- how society rewards bullies as long they fit a certain criteria; how otherwise decent people will dismiss or punish those who are nonconformist; and how important it has for people can see the good in others.
* Lindsay's episode of The Whole Plate on male gaze in the ''Film/TransformersFilmSeries'' is strangely cathartic, since instead of tackling the [[InternetBackdraft often-hotly-debated subject]] of its relation to Creator/MichaelBay's lack of respect for women in his films, she instead goes onto discussing its relation to his lack of respect towards ''men'' as well. Specifically, she calls out how blatantly disdainful he is against his own protagonists by framing them [[LoserProtagonist as either pathetic]] or [[{{Jerkass}} just plain contemptible]], yet still in a way [[ThisLoserIsYou that's meant to be sympathetic and relatable to his own audience,]] [[ViewersAreMorons because that's how he sees them.]] It's both remarkably refreshing to hear and just ''awesome.''
** Then in her video where she actually talks about [[MsFanservice Megan Fox's character]], she talks at length about how her character is (in the first film, at least) [[SincerityMode "the most well-rounded and worthwhile character in the Transformers movies"]] and has far more depth, agency, and relevance to its plot than its actual protagonist, but is most commonly just seen as a "whore" because it's all undermined by Michael Bay [[BestKnownForTheFanservice framing her as]] [[MaleGaze just a piece of eye candy]]. Calling out Bay for treating not only her character, [[RealLifeWritesThePlot but the actress herself]] as a [[DisposableLoveInterest disposable, replaceable object]] just adds to it.

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* After threatening to do so for ''years'', in 2016, Lindsay put together a video essay in 2016 tearing into ''Theatre/{{RENT}}'' full force - and not just for themes she's already touched on in other reviews (divorcing yourself from the system while enjoying its benefits, benefits and acting so above it all), but all). Lindsay tore into ''RENT'' because it's a work set against the AIDS epidemic where, epidemic. But unlike the ACT-UP protest that directly engaged the system, demanded the government do something about the problem problem, and fought tooth and nail to gain acknowledgement, the cast...cast of ''RENT''... just divorces themselves from society and mainly sits on righteousness.
-->'''Lindsay''': It reinforces a worldview that in which the only way to rebel against the system is to reject it, and it might feel good to [[Music/TheLonelyIsland throw it on the ground, and throw the rest of the cake too.]] It gives you a sense of power in a world that makes you feel powerless, but powerless. But in reality reality, the only thing it fosters is ''actual'' powerlessness, because in rejecting the system, you are not only failing to take it down, you are also forfeiting any voice within it. ''Theatre/{{RENT}}'' [[CluelessAesop takes an inherently political issue]] [[ThemeParkVersion and depoliticizes it to create something comforting and consumable.]] ''[[{{Irony}} RENT]]'' [[{{Irony}} looks pretty,]] [[TitleDrop and does as little as possible.]]
* She demolishes the theory on how ''Disney/BeautyAndTheBeast'' is about Stockholm Syndrome, while addressing an issue with Disney and their focus on heterosexuality and because people keep focusing on the damn Stockholm thing, they all miss the other factors- factors - how society rewards bullies as long they fit a certain criteria; how otherwise decent people will dismiss or punish those who are nonconformist; and how important it has is for people can see the good in others.
* Lindsay's episode of The "The Whole Plate Plate" on male gaze MaleGaze in the ''Film/TransformersFilmSeries'' is strangely cathartic, since instead of tackling the [[InternetBackdraft often-hotly-debated subject]] of its relation to Creator/MichaelBay's lack of respect for women in his films, she instead goes onto discussing its relation to his lack of respect towards ''men'' as well. Specifically, she Lindsay calls out how blatantly disdainful he is against his own protagonists by framing them [[LoserProtagonist as either pathetic]] or [[{{Jerkass}} just plain contemptible]], yet still in a way [[ThisLoserIsYou that's meant to be sympathetic and relatable to his own audience,]] [[ViewersAreMorons because that's how he Michael Bay sees them.]] It's both remarkably refreshing to hear and just ''awesome.''
** Then in her video where she actually talks about [[MsFanservice Megan Fox's character]], she Lindsay talks at length about how her character is (in the first film, at least) [[SincerityMode "the most well-rounded and worthwhile character in the Transformers movies"]] and has far more depth, agency, and relevance to its plot than its actual protagonist, but is most commonly just seen as a "whore" because it's all undermined by Michael Bay [[BestKnownForTheFanservice framing her as]] [[MaleGaze just a piece of eye candy]]. Calling out Bay for treating not only her character, [[RealLifeWritesThePlot but the actress herself]] as a [[DisposableLoveInterest disposable, replaceable object]] just adds to it.


** There's also her [[TakeThat repeated callouts]] towards the crowd of overly-nitpicky and horribly bad-faith internet film critics that the film greatly [[PanderingToTheBase kowtows to]] and ultimately suffers from. Considering by her own admission, [[OldShame she considers herself to have "enabled that atmosphere of pedantic]] [[PrecisionFStrike f#####y,]]" hearing her call out just how terrible of a thing it is feels like a massive breath of fresh air.

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** There's also her [[TakeThat repeated callouts]] towards the crowd of overly-nitpicky and horribly bad-faith internet film critics that the film greatly [[PanderingToTheBase kowtows to]] and ultimately suffers from. Considering by her own admission, [[OldShame she considers herself to have "enabled that atmosphere of pedantic]] [[PrecisionFStrike f#####y,]]" f#####y]]" during her time as the Nostalgia Chick, hearing her call out just how terrible of a thing it is feels like a massive breath of fresh air.


** There's also her [[TakeThat repeated callouts]] towards the crowd of overly-nitpicky and horribly bad-faith internet film critics that the film greatly [[PanderingToTheBase kowtows to]] and ultimately suffers from. Considering by her own admission, [[SelfDeprecation she considers herself to have "enabled that atmosphere of pedantic]] [[PrecisionFStrike f#####y,]]" hearing her call out just how terrible of a thing it is feels like a massive breath of fresh air.

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** There's also her [[TakeThat repeated callouts]] towards the crowd of overly-nitpicky and horribly bad-faith internet film critics that the film greatly [[PanderingToTheBase kowtows to]] and ultimately suffers from. Considering by her own admission, [[SelfDeprecation [[OldShame she considers herself to have "enabled that atmosphere of pedantic]] [[PrecisionFStrike f#####y,]]" hearing her call out just how terrible of a thing it is feels like a massive breath of fresh air.

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** This essay has gone on to be nominated for a [[https://twitter.com/thelindsayellis/status/1113070104965677057 Hugo Award for Best Related Work]].

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