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Re: Marvel Cinematic Universe by Raalsalghul: 9:24pm On Jan 24
XxSabrinaxX:

You implied that the general audience rated black panther better than the critics. How do you know this? What scale do you use to measure a movie's quality? Audience members aren't film critics. Audience and critics value different things. Audience looks at blockbusters as a form of entertainment, while critics evaluate movies as art.

You may be asking, what's so important about film critics?

I think each critic is different…. but on a fundamental level all critics are doing the same thing.

The first thing they teach you in art theory; Your aesthetics professor walks into class shows you a work of art and then asks you 'what you see'. If you were to critically analyze a piece of music it would be 'what you here' and in the case if cinema it is 'what you see and hear' (or in the case of a silent film 'see').

In cinema you are able to see colors, form and movement. You are able to hear sound effects, music and dialogue. From there we begin to contextualize content.

We hear an actor say a line of dialogue and we ask ourselves if it was well delivered or not. We see two actors flirting with each other and we ask ourselves if they have chemistry. We hear a piece of music fade up from the background and we ask if it moves us emotionally. If you watch a narrative film you ask yourself what was the plot? Did they convey that plot efficiently? Were there any loopholes?

The conventions of popular criticism is to look at acting performance and story before everything else. Sometimes we hear about wonderful special effects, sometimes we might hear something about a score. This is a very myopic (and populist) way of approaching criticism. Critical analysis of cinema is much more than a few lines about which actor you like the most.

Good criticism is not just about breaking a film down into it’s basic forms, and evaluating it. It is also placing that film in a broader context. You could talk about it in the context of the director’s other works. Or if it is a Western you could compare it to previous films in the genre. Or if it is somehow pushing the limits of technology you could speak about why and how it was achieved — perhaps extrapolate where that technology might lead us. When you ask a question about what a critic looks for in a movie, you must first ask what the critic is ‘LOOKING FOR’ meaning why is the critic motivated to critique the piece in the first place.

However, some ‘critics’ are not critics…. they are ‘movie reviewers’ who are paid to summarize and comment on cinema for popular consumption. In this case they are going to talk about the movie stars, and the story, and the special effects — the things popular audiences want to see in a film (and consequently want to read about in relation to the film). These people are part of broader marketing mechanisms to help sell their publications AND help sell tickets to movies.

Real critics are trying to explain broader points about cinema as a whole OR are trying to look at something hyper-specific. A critic might want to look at the history of LGBT cinema from Latin American countries. Or analysis the differences between pre/post 9/11 American action films.

Keep in mind that critics are doing a job, which is to dissect the movie they watch and write a review of it, and that review is not for you but for the movie industry. You, on the other hand, are a consumer. You go to the movies for entertainment purposes, whether that is to be amused, thrilled, chilled or informed. You watch the movie (presumably) that you are interested in, not one you have to watch as part of a job.

One issue that critics have with movies these days, maybe rightly so, is the lack of originality. This is primarily due to the fact that movies are expensive to make, and as a result, difficulty to make a profit on. More often than not most films produced are not huge money makers, if at all, and many end up as financial loses to their producers. As a result the big studios that produce them have relied on knowm money makers to make sequel after sequel because they are a know and reliable factor. Think about the Avengers, Jurassic Park, Dispicable Me/Minions and the upcoming Avatar films. why produce an art film, that critics may love but few will see if you can produce a superhero sequel that will make $1 billion world wide plus the money from all the tie ins such as toys and the answer becomes a no brainer.

At the end of the day both Critics and Audience are valuable. They both have their faults but they need each other to succeed. Writing off critics from now till eternity won't diminish the influence they hold over the film industry

Edit: By the way, I can see many salty, low self esteem wastemen lumping me in as a Marvel fangirl. If I'm being honest, I care only for these heroes in the entire comic book world:
Spider-Man (My number 1 of whom I'm a fangirl sometimes)
X-Men
Flash
Shazam!
So please don't deceive yourselves into thinking I'm a Marvel fangirl. That would be a serious delusion wink
Wats up horse? grin
Re: Marvel Cinematic Universe by TheKingIsHere: 9:28pm On Jan 24
hulk616:
8 Oscars nominations, 4Billion dollars in box office, lots of awards compared to DCEU 0 Oscars nominations. And you are saying we are in pains. I don't blame you when all your movies don't have logic or sense

8 nominations but at the end what will happen? We all know it won't win jack. BP was only nominated due to the outcry last year when they snubbed the movie in the Oscars.

As for winning the Oscar awards, DC has over 2 Oscar awards in their collection box while marvel has the highest number of nomination tickets. cheesy

Now, go cry me a river

Modified: we even have several Oscar awards. DC is just too much

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Re: Marvel Cinematic Universe by XxSabrinaxX(f): 9:32pm On Jan 24
Raalsalghul:
Wats up horse? grin
You quoted all that just to spew that poo from your mouth. Unless you are about to shock me and say something intelligent, don't mention me again.
Re: Marvel Cinematic Universe by MrDojo(m): 9:37pm On Jan 24
cheesy grin cheesy grin I'm surprised that DC guys still have mouth like this... Keep up the good work, guys!! cheesy
Re: Marvel Cinematic Universe by MrDojo(m): 9:40pm On Jan 24
If Marvel movies should claim 3 Oscars this year, I'm 1000% certain we will not see any of them again... grin cheesy

P.s. Raas, I almost died when you said you are enjoying DC's rod cheesy grin cheesy you're a mad man... wink grin

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Re: Marvel Cinematic Universe by TheKingIsHere: 9:44pm On Jan 24
If wishes were horses, beggars will ride. Keep day dreaming.

3 awards kor, mtcccchhhheeeew

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Re: Marvel Cinematic Universe by TheKingIsHere: 9:50pm On Jan 24
For the record, DC batman film has won more Oscar awards than marvel will ever achieve. #fact

Heck, even suicide squad won an Oscar award, but these clowns are jubilating because of ordinary nomination tickets.

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Re: Marvel Cinematic Universe by iuwe: 9:58pm On Jan 24
XxSabrinaxX:

You implied that the general audience rated black panther better than the critics. How do you know this? What scale do you use to measure a movie's quality? Audience members aren't film critics. Audience and critics value different things. Audience looks at blockbusters as a form of entertainment, while critics evaluate movies as art.

You may be asking, what's so important about film critics?

I think each critic is different…. but on a fundamental level all critics are doing the same thing.

The first thing they teach you in art theory; Your aesthetics professor walks into class shows you a work of art and then asks you 'what you see'. If you were to critically analyze a piece of music it would be 'what you here' and in the case if cinema it is 'what you see and hear' (or in the case of a silent film 'see').

In cinema you are able to see colors, form and movement. You are able to hear sound effects, music and dialogue. From there we begin to contextualize content.

We hear an actor say a line of dialogue and we ask ourselves if it was well delivered or not. We see two actors flirting with each other and we ask ourselves if they have chemistry. We hear a piece of music fade up from the background and we ask if it moves us emotionally. If you watch a narrative film you ask yourself what was the plot? Did they convey that plot efficiently? Were there any loopholes?

The conventions of popular criticism is to look at acting performance and story before everything else. Sometimes we hear about wonderful special effects, sometimes we might hear something about a score. This is a very myopic (and populist) way of approaching criticism. Critical analysis of cinema is much more than a few lines about which actor you like the most.

Good criticism is not just about breaking a film down into it’s basic forms, and evaluating it. It is also placing that film in a broader context. You could talk about it in the context of the director’s other works. Or if it is a Western you could compare it to previous films in the genre. Or if it is somehow pushing the limits of technology you could speak about why and how it was achieved — perhaps extrapolate where that technology might lead us. When you ask a question about what a critic looks for in a movie, you must first ask what the critic is ‘LOOKING FOR’ meaning why is the critic motivated to critique the piece in the first place.

However, some ‘critics’ are not critics…. they are ‘movie reviewers’ who are paid to summarize and comment on cinema for popular consumption. In this case they are going to talk about the movie stars, and the story, and the special effects — the things popular audiences want to see in a film (and consequently want to read about in relation to the film). These people are part of broader marketing mechanisms to help sell their publications AND help sell tickets to movies.

Real critics are trying to explain broader points about cinema as a whole OR are trying to look at something hyper-specific. A critic might want to look at the history of LGBT cinema from Latin American countries. Or analysis the differences between pre/post 9/11 American action films.

Keep in mind that critics are doing a job, which is to dissect the movie they watch and write a review of it, and that review is not for you but for the movie industry. You, on the other hand, are a consumer. You go to the movies for entertainment purposes, whether that is to be amused, thrilled, chilled or informed. You watch the movie (presumably) that you are interested in, not one you have to watch as part of a job.

One issue that critics have with movies these days, maybe rightly so, is the lack of originality. This is primarily due to the fact that movies are expensive to make, and as a result, difficulty to make a profit on. More often than not most films produced are not huge money makers, if at all, and many end up as financial loses to their producers. As a result the big studios that produce them have relied on knowm money makers to make sequel after sequel because they are a know and reliable factor. Think about the Avengers, Jurassic Park, Dispicable Me/Minions and the upcoming Avatar films. why produce an art film, that critics may love but few will see if you can produce a superhero sequel that will make $1 billion world wide plus the money from all the tie ins such as toys and the answer becomes a no brainer.

At the end of the day both Critics and Audience are valuable. They both have their faults but they need each other to succeed. Writing off critics from now till eternity won't diminish the influence they hold over the film industry

Edit: By the way, I can see many salty, low self esteem wastemen lumping me in as a Marvel fangirl. If I'm being honest, I care only for these heroes in the entire comic book world:
Spider-Man (My number 1 of whom I'm a fangirl sometimes)
X-Men
Flash
Shazam!
So please don't deceive yourselves into thinking I'm a Marvel fangirl. That would be a serious delusion wink
Actually black panther has a lower audience rating to CRITICS.

When I see a movie i detect when a line is poorly delivered or an action appearing blank, I don't need to be a critic to know that

Ask yourself was the dialogue in Ant-Man and the wasp better than Aquaman? Why was Ant-Man rated better than Aquaman?

You are right about the movie reviewers thing because that was all that was reviewed in Aquaman but in this case negatively.

Every movie should be fundamental and contained but when you see a critic comparing one movie with another most especially of the same genre then you know he is to no good. How can one compare Aquaman to black panther just because the latter came first not minding that Aquaman was already an established character in the comic books before black panther.

How can one say that Aquaman is basically wet Thor whereas Aquaman was already there with his history in the comics before Thor was born.

When a critic compares movie they should try to remember which comic book character came first. I don't know how they wanted Aquaman to tell his story with using the original source.

What a critic writes is basically my concern because he could make or break a movie. So giving the wrong criticism about a movie is bad and there is no two ways about it

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Re: Marvel Cinematic Universe by XxSabrinaxX(f): 10:02pm On Jan 24
iuwe:

Actually black panther has a lower audience rating to CRITICS.

When I see a movie i detect when a line is poorly delivered or an action appearing blank, I don't need to be a critic to know that

Ask yourself was the dialogue in Ant-Man and the wasp better than Aquaman? Why was Ant-Man rated better than Aquaman?

You are right about the movie reviewers thing because that was all that was reviewed in Aquaman but in this case negatively.

Every movie should be fundamental and contained but when you see a critic comparing one movie with another most especially of the same genre then you know he is to no good. How can one compare Aquaman to black panther just because the latter came first not minding that Aquaman was already an established character in the comic books before black panther.

How can one say that Aquaman is basically wet Thor whereas Aquaman was already there with his history in the comics before Thor was born.

When a critic compares movie they should try to remember which comic book character came first. I don't know how they wanted Aquaman to tell his story with using the original source.

What a critic writes is basically my concern because he could make or break a movie. So giving the wrong criticism about a movie is bad and there is no two ways about it
I personally didn't enjoy Black Panther. I haven't seen Aquaman so i can't say anything about it. I think the best thing to do would be to look for a critic you can trust online. I usually like reading reviews from critic sites like Roger Ebert because most of the time, I agree with them (Most. Not All). Audience members have the right to judge movies on their own but at the end of the day, its all just a matter of opinions and perception. Because bias doesn't only exists within critics. It exists just as much even arguably more among general audiences.

PS: I don't condone extreme fanboys. In as much as i enjoy and laugh at the banter that goes on here, when its time to address facts, i prefer being neutral. So no one should tag me as Marvel or DC, cos i'm not.

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Re: Marvel Cinematic Universe by Uselessman: 10:53pm On Jan 24
TheKingIsHere:
For the record, DC batman film has won more Oscar awards than marvel will ever achieve. #fact

Heck, even suicide squad won an Oscar award, but these clowns are jubilating because of ordinary nomination tickets.
useless Oscars useless oscars
Re: Marvel Cinematic Universe by Uselessman: 10:53pm On Jan 24
TheKingIsHere:
For the record, DC batman film has won more Oscar awards than marvel will ever achieve. #fact

Heck, even suicide squad won an Oscar award, but these clowns are jubilating because of ordinary nomination tickets.
useless Oscars
Re: Marvel Cinematic Universe by Uselessman: 10:53pm On Jan 24
TheKingIsHere:
For the record, DC batman film has won more Oscar awards than marvel will ever achieve. #fact

Heck, even suicide squad won an Oscar award, but these clowns are jubilating because of ordinary nomination tickets.
useless Oscars useless oscars
Re: Marvel Cinematic Universe by Raalsalghul: 10:51am On Jan 25
XxSabrinaxX:

You quoted all that just to spew that poo from your mouth. Unless you are about to shock me and say something intelligent, don't mention me again.
Chill horse! You know some of us actually got a life beyond this marvel/d.c fanboy stuff.
Will definitely get back to you in my spare time horse. wink
Re: Marvel Cinematic Universe by XxSabrinaxX(f): 11:21am On Jan 25
LMAO!!! You've already admitted that you ride DC's rod all day like a bitch so don't try to damage control grin grin grin. Stfu please. You're a fanboy, like it or not
Raalsalghul:
You know some of us actually got a life beyond this marvel/d.c fanboy stuff.
You, Raalsalghul, clearly don't act like you do undecided

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Re: Marvel Cinematic Universe by MJBOLT(m): 11:31am On Jan 25
fun fact,that guy's moniker is the name of a DC character smiley

XxSabrinaxX:
LMAO!!! You've already admitted that you ride DC's rod all day like a bitch so don't try to damage control grin grin grin. Stfu please. You're a fanboy, like it or not

You, Raalsalghul, clearly don't act like you do undecided
Re: Marvel Cinematic Universe by XxSabrinaxX(f): 11:33am On Jan 25
MJBOLT:
fun fact,that guy's moniker is the name of a DC character smiley

I know. And he didn't even spell it well. Smh
Re: Marvel Cinematic Universe by Kingrapha(m): 12:08pm On Jan 25
XxSabrinaxX:

You implied that the general audience rated black panther better than the critics. How do you know this? What scale do you use to measure a movie's quality? Audience members aren't film critics. Audience and critics value different things. Audience looks at blockbusters as a form of entertainment, while critics evaluate movies as art.

You may be asking, what's so important about film critics?

I think each critic is different…. but on a fundamental level all critics are doing the same thing.

The first thing they teach you in art theory; Your aesthetics professor walks into class shows you a work of art and then asks you 'what you see'. If you were to critically analyze a piece of music it would be 'what you here' and in the case if cinema it is 'what you see and hear' (or in the case of a silent film 'see').

In cinema you are able to see colors, form and movement. You are able to hear sound effects, music and dialogue. From there we begin to contextualize content.

We hear an actor say a line of dialogue and we ask ourselves if it was well delivered or not. We see two actors flirting with each other and we ask ourselves if they have chemistry. We hear a piece of music fade up from the background and we ask if it moves us emotionally. If you watch a narrative film you ask yourself what was the plot? Did they convey that plot efficiently? Were there any loopholes?

The conventions of popular criticism is to look at acting performance and story before everything else. Sometimes we hear about wonderful special effects, sometimes we might hear something about a score. This is a very myopic (and populist) way of approaching criticism. Critical analysis of cinema is much more than a few lines about which actor you like the most.

Good criticism is not just about breaking a film down into it’s basic forms, and evaluating it. It is also placing that film in a broader context. You could talk about it in the context of the director’s other works. Or if it is a Western you could compare it to previous films in the genre. Or if it is somehow pushing the limits of technology you could speak about why and how it was achieved — perhaps extrapolate where that technology might lead us. When you ask a question about what a critic looks for in a movie, you must first ask what the critic is ‘LOOKING FOR’ meaning why is the critic motivated to critique the piece in the first place.

However, some ‘critics’ are not critics…. they are ‘movie reviewers’ who are paid to summarize and comment on cinema for popular consumption. In this case they are going to talk about the movie stars, and the story, and the special effects — the things popular audiences want to see in a film (and consequently want to read about in relation to the film). These people are part of broader marketing mechanisms to help sell their publications AND help sell tickets to movies.

Real critics are trying to explain broader points about cinema as a whole OR are trying to look at something hyper-specific. A critic might want to look at the history of LGBT cinema from Latin American countries. Or analysis the differences between pre/post 9/11 American action films.

Keep in mind that critics are doing a job, which is to dissect the movie they watch and write a review of it, and that review is not for you but for the movie industry. You, on the other hand, are a consumer. You go to the movies for entertainment purposes, whether that is to be amused, thrilled, chilled or informed. You watch the movie (presumably) that you are interested in, not one you have to watch as part of a job.

One issue that critics have with movies these days, maybe rightly so, is the lack of originality. This is primarily due to the fact that movies are expensive to make, and as a result, difficulty to make a profit on. More often than not most films produced are not huge money makers, if at all, and many end up as financial loses to their producers. As a result the big studios that produce them have relied on knowm money makers to make sequel after sequel because they are a know and reliable factor. Think about the Avengers, Jurassic Park, Dispicable Me/Minions and the upcoming Avatar films. why produce an art film, that critics may love but few will see if you can produce a superhero sequel that will make $1 billion world wide plus the money from all the tie ins such as toys and the answer becomes a no brainer.

At the end of the day both Critics and Audience are valuable. They both have their faults but they need each other to succeed. Writing off critics from now till eternity won't diminish the influence they hold over the film industry

Edit: By the way, I can see many salty, low self esteem wastemen lumping me in as a Marvel fangirl. If I'm being honest, I care only for these heroes in the entire comic book world:
Spider-Man (My number 1 of whom I'm a fangirl sometimes)
X-Men
Flash
Shazam!
So please don't deceive yourselves into thinking I'm a Marvel fangirl. That would be a serious delusion wink



bohemian Rhapsody was one of the best movies out last year .... even won a golden globe! and is deservedly nominated for the best picture in the Oscars.

Aunty tell us the RT score!


Ant-Man and the wasp was the worst mcu movie in the last 3 years

Aunty what was the RT score?

Sharknado was a shitfest

Aunty what was the RT score?


Teen Titans go! that nonsense, Aunty what was the RT score?

I believe some critics are objective and view movies objectively but a majority of them are Social media keyboard warriors that blantantly attack film makers and jump on bandwagons....

Some critic gave Aquaman a bad rating because according to him it was too wet!

These are the people you think view movies as art? don't get me wrong some do! but a majority of them won't know a great movie if it hit them in the face.


I'm not saying Aquaman is a perfect movie or is the best Cbm of 2018 but I'm sure it was better than ant man and the wasp and it deserved a higher rating.
Re: Marvel Cinematic Universe by MJBOLT(m): 12:12pm On Jan 25
grin

Re: Marvel Cinematic Universe by XxSabrinaxX(f): 12:16pm On Jan 25
Kingrapha:




bohemian Rhapsody was one of the best movies out last year .... even won a golden globe! and is deservedly nominated for the best picture in the Oscars.

Aunty tell us the RT score!


Ant-Man and the wasp was the worst mcu movie in the last 3 years

Aunty what was the RT score?

Sharknado was a shitfest

Aunty what was the RT score?


Teen Titans go! that nonsense, Aunty what was the RT score?

I believe some critics are objective and view movies objectively but a majority of them are Social media keyboard warriors that blantantly attack film makers and jump on bandwagons....

Some critic gave Aquaman a bad rating because according to him it was too wet!

These are the people you think view movies as art? don't get me wrong some do! but a majority of them won't know a great movie if it hit them in the face.


I'm not saying Aquaman is a perfect movie or is the best Cbm of 2018 but I'm sure it was better than ant man and the wasp and it deserved a higher rating.

Cc. Iuwe, MJBOLT
Please come and explain to this band of butthurt kneejerk clowns that I'm not slighting Aquaman. I haven't even watched the movie. I'm only explaining the differences between general audience and critics and why you shouldn't rely solely on audience ratings to see a movie.
Whether you like Rotten Tomatoes or not, that's your goddamn business. If you don't like it, why not search for other RELIABLE CRITIC SITES ON THE INTERNET? There's Metacritic, there's Roger Ebert, there's CaptainMidnight, Emergency Awesome. Hell, EVEN FORBES!!!
Jesus. What kind of rabid closemindedness is this? Even the religious fanatics in the religious sections are more calm and tolerant
Re: Marvel Cinematic Universe by Raalsalghul: 12:29pm On Jan 25
XxSabrinaxX:
LMAO!!! You've already admitted that you ride DC's rod all day like a bitch so don't try to damage control grin grin grin. Stfu please. You're a fanboy, like it or not

You, Raalsalghul, clearly don't act like you do undecided
Chill horse. Don't go berserk on me. Enough grass to go around cheesy cheesy cheesy cheesy cheesy cheesy cheesy
I'm a fanboy? Yes. But I've got my fanboy time. wink
Keep sniffing the ass till I return. smiley
Re: Marvel Cinematic Universe by Kingrapha(m): 12:30pm On Jan 25
XxSabrinaxX:


Cc. Iuwe, MJBOLT
Please come and explain to this band of butthurt kneejerk clowns that I'm not slighting Aquaman. I haven't even watched the movie. I'm only explaining the differences between general audience and critics and why you shouldn't rely solely on audience ratings to see a movie.
Whether you like Rotten Tomatoes or not, that's your goddamn business. If you don't like it, why not search for other RELIABLE CRITIC SITES ON THE INTERNET? There's Metacritic, there's Roger Ebert, there's CaptainMidnight, Emergency Awesome. Hell, EVEN FORBES!!!
Jesus. What kind of rabid closemindedness is this? Even the religious fanatics in the religious sections are more calm and tolerant

I'm not about to get into a keyboard argument with you.
I enjoy movies in general MCU , DCEU, Star trek, Star wars and most franchises...

a collection of critics even Forbes writers submit their reviews to RT. and they give the general consensus!

these scores affect people's opinion, and it isn't fair to the film maker and studio for a movie to be down voted and consequently underperform because of the bias of some group of people..


if you'll just call me a clown again: then don't reply.
Re: Marvel Cinematic Universe by XxSabrinaxX(f): 12:40pm On Jan 25
Kingrapha:

I'm not about to get into a keyboard argument with you.
Believe me, I'm even more unprepared than you

Kingrapha:
I enjoy movies in general MCU , DCEU, Star trek, Star wars and most franchises...
Same


Kingrapha:
a collection of critics even Forbes writers submit their reviews to RT. and they give the general consensus!

these scores affect people's opinion, and it isn't fair to the film maker and studio for a movie to be down voted and consequently underperform because of the bias of some group of people..
Apparently, you've not been reading my posts in this forum, because all these things you've just said, I'VE SAID THEM ALREADY.



Kingrapha:
if you'll just call me a clown again: then don't reply.
You should have read my previous posts before rushing to attack me. I hate rude arguments online but if you force my hand, i won't hold back. Just ask the peeps over at the religious sections.

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Re: Marvel Cinematic Universe by Kingrapha(m): 12:53pm On Jan 25
XxSabrinaxX:

Believe me, I'm even more unprepared than you


Same



Apparently, you've not been reading my posts in this forum, because all these things you've just said, I'VE SAID THEM ALREADY.




You should have read my previous posts before rushing to attack me. I hate rude arguments online but if you force my hand, i won't hold back. Just ask the peeps over at the religious sections.

LoL you hate online arguments, but you're dishing out jabs like Rabid Close Mindedness grin hahaha it seems to me like you enjoy the arguments.


what's your beef with religion? or is the religious people?
Re: Marvel Cinematic Universe by XxSabrinaxX(f): 12:55pm On Jan 25
Raalsalghul, take a good look at your posts:
Raalsalghul:
Wats up horse? grin
Raalsalghul:
Thanks for schooling her!... The horse is confused. cheesy cheesy
Raalsalghul:
Chill horse!.... Will definitely get back to you in my spare time horse. wink
Raalsalghul:

Chill horse. Don't go berserk on me. Enough grass to go around cheesy cheesy cheesy cheesy cheesy cheesy cheesy
I'm a fanboy? Yes. But I've got my fanboy time. wink
Keep sniffing the ass till I return. smiley
You're starting to sound like a broken record. The horse and ass-sniffing jokes weren't funny the first time, and it hasn't gotten any funnier since. Well, what do you expect when you're so mentally relapsed that you end up getting stuck in a cycle of mediocrity and subsequently, bad jokes? Either that or maybe that's just the extent of your vocabulary.
Anyways, I'm done here. The toxic behaviour of your likes in these forums is the reason I hate discussing under comicbook forums. But i guess i shot myself in the foot the moment I attempted to apply logic in a thread full of trolls like you. So, I'm sorry for that. This place is obviously not for me.
As usual, either you or MAYBE another salty fanboy will reply to this comment with another joke just so you/he can have the last post to compensate for lack of any ego, but do go ahead. I'd expect nothing less from your type.
PS: I really hope you're not this slow and autistic in real life
Re: Marvel Cinematic Universe by XxSabrinaxX(f): 12:57pm On Jan 25
Kingrapha:


LoL you hate online arguments, but you're dishing out jabs like Rabid Close Mindedness grin hahaha it seems to me like you enjoy the arguments.


what's your beef with religion? or is the religious people?
I enjoy the arguments THERE not HERE grin grin. I just lurk here most of the times. You can check out the religious sections sometime if you want to see me in action wink
Re: Marvel Cinematic Universe by Raalsalghul: 1:06pm On Jan 25
XxSabrinaxX:
Raalsalghul, take a good look at your posts:




You're starting to sound like a broken record. The horse and ass-sniffing jokes weren't funny the first time, and it hasn't gotten any funnier since. Well, what do you expect when you're so mentally relapsed that you end up getting stuck in a cycle of mediocrity and subsequently, bad jokes? Either that or maybe that's just the extent of your vocabulary.
Anyways, I'm done here. The toxic behaviour of your likes in these forums is the reason I hate discussing under comicbook forums. But i guess i shot myself in the foot the moment I attempted to apply logic in a thread full of trolls like you. So, I'm sorry for that. This place is obviously not for me.
As usual, either you or MAYBE another salty fanboy will reply to this comment with another joke just so you/he can have the last post to compensate for lack of any ego, but do go ahead. I'd expect nothing less from your type.
PS: I really hope you're not this slow and autistic in real life
Having said you would ignore me 2 times, I wonder why you had to reply again....horse. wink wink wink wink wink
Seems you don't have a life outside the internet.
Besides, "Horse" isn't intended to be a joke...It's what I christened you with remember. cheesy cheesy cheesy cheesy cheesy
You take shiit too serious...go get a life.
Or you guessed it again: nothing compares to that ass grin grin grin grin grin grin
Re: Marvel Cinematic Universe by Lana1(m): 2:45pm On Jan 25
A DCEU movie finally makes 1 billion and these DC fans have decided to camp here permanently. Lol. Insecure much!!
Re: Marvel Cinematic Universe by MJBOLT(m): 2:48pm On Jan 25
BP oscar nominations is causing them great pain.

Lana1:
A DCEU movie finally makes 1 billion and these DC fans have decided to camp here permanently. Lol. Insecure much!!
Re: Marvel Cinematic Universe by Lana1(m): 2:55pm On Jan 25
MJBOLT:
BP oscar nominations is causing them great pain.

grin grin
I get. But Aquaman's success has given them a lot of confidence. We dey hardly see this many DC fans at once before.
Re: Marvel Cinematic Universe by MJBOLT(m): 3:00pm On Jan 25
i dont blame them,the last time a DC film grossed at least 900m at the BO was eons ago grin

Lana1:
grin grin
I get. But Aquaman's success has given them a lot of confidence. We dey hardly see this many DC fans at once before.
Re: Marvel Cinematic Universe by MJBOLT(m): 3:30pm On Jan 25
captain marvel budget is $152million
Re: Marvel Cinematic Universe by Shittaakeem(m): 3:54pm On Jan 25
MJBOLT:
i dont blame them,the last time a DC film grossed at least 900m at the BO was eons ago grin

I don't understand this DC people. She posted weeks ago that end game won't out gross infinity war they were hailing her. Now it's the other way.

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