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Re: Christian, I'm disappointed in you
• Posted by: Bryn Mercado
• Date: Monday, January 8, 2018, at 8:39 a.m.
• IP Address: host-72-51-190-107.newwavecomm.net
• In Response to: Christian, I'm disappointed in you (Intestinal Worm)

> Hey Christian, have you read this article?
> https://bittergertrude.com/2018/01/04/why-so-many-men-hate-the-last-jedi-but-cant-agree-on-why/

> The points you've made against the film are noticeably the same
> nondescript complaints heard from the highly vocal haters. 'Pacing
> issues'? Watch it again. Viewers experience pacing issues when their
> expectations aren't being met. Yes, it has pacing that's different from
> previous Star Wars films. Guess what? It's a NEW Star Wars film. It should
> have different pacing, otherwise we're just watching the same films again.
> 'Fallacies of logic'? Such as? You didn't specify any. 'Unsatisfactory
> behaviour'? So you wanted Luke to stay the same. Great idea - that sounds
> really interesting and exciting. And I suppose then you'd be complaining
> about lack of character development. 'Pointless subplots' - is a subplot
> pointless because the character's don't succeed in their plan? Maybe it's
> about the characters rather than the plan. One of the main themes of the
> film is characters learning from their mistakes. Who the hell wants to
> watch a film where the heroes never screw up? 'Poor performances by new
> characters' - You mean Rose and Holdo? This seems awfully like personal
> opinion presented as consensus. I haven't heard anyone complain about
> their performances. Is the reason you don't like them because they're
> women?

> Why is Leia using the Force to save herself laughable? Because she's a
> woman? Do you secretly hate women, Christian? A person can survive exposed
> in the vacuum of space for up to 90 seconds before they die of
> asphyxiation. The Force can be used to move objects telekinetically. Even
> the lightest directional force applied to an object in zero gravity will
> send the object in that direction forever unless acted upon by another
> force or object. Leia has the Force - we've seen this. Like Luke, she uses
> Force telekinesis for the first time in a moment of life-or-death
> desperation and pushes herself in the direction of the ship. What's so
> offensive about watching something that makes perfect sense? Is it because
> deep down you can't stand to see a woman save herself?

> Tip: if the critics love a movie, but the kind of shitheads who yell
> things at the screen and storm out of a theatre don't, then the critics
> have it right.

> big grin

Good try but Clemmensen's reviews are horse shit for other reasons. He is a feminazi-supporting libtard. He'd probably want to mash it up with Admiral Holdo.




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