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#235 - Picture 6 hours ago on secretary 0
#23 - perfect, 10/10 23 hours ago on Escape plan 0
#187 - This just shows how important trailers are.  [+] (4 new replies) 07/22/2016 on budget +4
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#218 - snacky (07/22/2016) [-]
i think a perfect example of trailers was Shallows that trailer had me absolutely hyped for that movie i saw that shit the day it came out, then i realised the movie far fetched as fuck and super fucking cheesy but that trailer was made so godam well i cant even be mad about going to see the movie
#190 - anon (07/22/2016) [-]
plus how important it is to stay true to the fandom instead of bending over backwards to be PC about it all.
#206 - anon (07/22/2016) [-]
The fandom hated it before they saw it. Instead of embracing the experiment, they just showed that PC-issues means more to them, than support for their franchise. If they were true fans, they should support it and be critical afterwards, instead of boycotting it. Did they not want a new film? Or did they just want more of the same, like Call of duty?
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#281 - huntergriff (07/22/2016) [-]
They wanted a new film, yes. They didn't want fucking garbage, made for garbage. Not to mention the fact that you had "journalists" and the cast and crew shilling the shit out of this movie for "MUH GRRL POWER!" and shitting on fans of the original movies, calling them sexist, trump supporting, man-baby losers months before the movie even came out, thinking it would in any way make the movie even better, which as anyone with a fucking brain will tell you it's a retarded way to do marketing.
#217 - I think you may be projecting just a little. Mind you…  [+] (2 new replies) 07/22/2016 on secretary 0
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#224 - notmcburd (22 hours ago) [-]
What about that is projecting? Explain yourself if you're going to make a bold accusation like that?

I couldn't care less about either Ghostbusters movies. I haven't watched anything to do with ghostbusters since I was a kid. I just see the fact that its only established male characters who get replaced in movies, and as far as I'm concerned it seems spiteful towards men, and considering the sheer number of people crying misogyny when people spoke about it, I'd say there's a lot of spite out there to be had.

Am I spiteful towards women? No. Like I said, make your own strong female characters. I'll probably watch it if it looks good.
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#235 - tiberioustyphr (6 hours ago) [-]
#65 - is there a bigger version of this? I want to read it  [+] (4 new replies) 07/22/2016 on Morning Routine +2
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#94 - leoric (07/22/2016) [-]
Well that is a thing.
#88 - solgood (07/22/2016) [-]
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#79 - mikhailovych (07/22/2016) [-]
You really don't
#76 - **** Web Comic known as the Rock Cocks i think  [+] (3 new replies) 07/22/2016 on Brumotactillophobia. 0
#84 - thempc (07/22/2016) [-]
>rock cocks
#82 - flyingbelt (07/22/2016) [-]
Pretty please?
#77 - disturbedmaster (07/22/2016) [-]
ah yeah i forgot all about that comic i need to find where i left off and catch up haha
#72 - Picture  [+] (5 new replies) 07/22/2016 on Brumotactillophobia. +4
#75 - disturbedmaster (07/22/2016) [-]
sauce?
it looks familiar
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#76 - tiberioustyphr (07/22/2016) [-]
NSFW Web Comic known as the Rock Cocks i think
#84 - thempc (07/22/2016) [-]
>rock cocks
#82 - flyingbelt (07/22/2016) [-]
Pretty please?
#77 - disturbedmaster (07/22/2016) [-]
ah yeah i forgot all about that comic i need to find where i left off and catch up haha
#89 - I'm saying I don't believe that was really the intent of the m…  [+] (4 new replies) 07/22/2016 on secretary +1
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#148 - notmcburd (07/22/2016) [-]
That was definitely the intent of the movie. Whenever you take well established male characters and change them to women is guaranteed to be for the "I'm a woman I can do anything a man can" reason. Mind you, I'm perfectly okay with that concept, but in an original character. Otherwise it's spiteful for no reason.

I'm not watching it because melissa mccarthy makes me want to gouge out my eyes and stab holes in my ear drums. Nothing about that retard is funny.
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#217 - tiberioustyphr (07/22/2016) [-]
I think you may be projecting just a little.

Mind you the intent is not to ruin or replace the original film. A lot of fans seem to believe that film remakes are trying to appeal to some sense of nostalgia, when the case is more something along the lines of "This idea worked in the past, let's just redo it and new audiences will love it."

This is especially effective when you understand that China has a new and bubbling market of movie theaters and the chinese have only seen propaganda films up until recently; they don't know that this or any remade film is a remake, this is all new to them, so they pay to see it so studios will make shitloads of money off remakes no matter what the fans think. And they likely aren't tired of bad cgi and silly comedy yet because it's all new to them. Also that brand of comedy is much easier to translate; less wordplay and puns, more third grade humor.

Also there was no feminist backing to this movie until the manlets and youtube commenters started whining about girls in their favorite intellectual property (completely ignoring terrible jokes and cartoon-level cgi shown in the trailer). The feminists jumped on and claimed some cause as their own (like they always do) and started defending it. Director Paul Feig aka Beta Lord even jumped in once he saw all the dislikes.

The film is just dull and mediocre. It's not worth the trouble, honestly.
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#224 - notmcburd (22 hours ago) [-]
What about that is projecting? Explain yourself if you're going to make a bold accusation like that?

I couldn't care less about either Ghostbusters movies. I haven't watched anything to do with ghostbusters since I was a kid. I just see the fact that its only established male characters who get replaced in movies, and as far as I'm concerned it seems spiteful towards men, and considering the sheer number of people crying misogyny when people spoke about it, I'd say there's a lot of spite out there to be had.

Am I spiteful towards women? No. Like I said, make your own strong female characters. I'll probably watch it if it looks good.
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#235 - tiberioustyphr (6 hours ago) [-]
#72 - So I saw the film, and there's nothing really....WRONG with it…  [+] (8 new replies) 07/22/2016 on secretary +1
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#74 - notmcburd (07/22/2016) [-]
The concept of taking male characters and changing them to females is purely feminist in and of itself.

Think She-Thor.

It's okay to make strong female characters, it's almost a requirement, but feminist dogma also requires the strong male characters to be women as well.
#105 - Stevethewizard (07/22/2016) [-]
That's not the problem with Jane Foster as Thor.
The problem with Jane Foster as Thor was taking an already established character, with established motives and personality, giving her the powers of another established character, who also has his own established motives and personality, and ending up with a character that is a militant feminist, in complete spite of the fact neither of the characters they butchered to make this abomination was anywhere near that.
Add to it that they knocked the power level of villains that Foster was facing compared to Odinson in order to make her an unbeatable character, removed all cosmic and Asgardian elements to the character in order to make her stories easier for the "casual reader" to pick up, and Marvel effectively said "Fuck you, this is the All New, All Different Thor," and you'll see the actual problems with the character:
She was a shoehorned replacement for a popular character who quickly established herself as a Mary Sue, all while acting as a sounding board for a writer convinced all men are evil.

This movie, though... it had different problems.
It just wasn't good. It fell flat in literally every way that mattered. The conflicts were resolved by what effectively amounts to deus ex machina, the jokes weren't even chuckleworthy, the effects were a CGI mess, and the characters were about as one-dimensional as a line.
It wasn't the worst movie ever, like some people want to claim. I'm still pretty sure that goes to Twilight, but that's mostly due to what Twilight inspired... but that's like saying Rasputin wasn't the worst Russian ever. Joseph Stalin existed.
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#143 - notmcburd (07/22/2016) [-]
That was basically my point. I just didn't articulate it as well as you did.
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#89 - tiberioustyphr (07/22/2016) [-]
I'm saying I don't believe that was really the intent of the movie.

You can definitely glean some feminist beats from that shit-show of a trailer, but the movie is a lot different; all of the shittiest jokes are the ones in the trailer, it's kind of eerie, actually.

But it is actually a similar situation to She-Thor. It takes EFFORT to be original, it's much easier to slap some other IP your creation because it will make a lot more money!

I can't speak to as why Marvel thought She-Thor was a good idea, but I do know that Paul Feig makes movies with mostly female comedians.

Really the film is harmless and silly, and some of the jokes even elicited a light giggle. I recommend you pirate it or wait for it on red box or something.
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#148 - notmcburd (07/22/2016) [-]
That was definitely the intent of the movie. Whenever you take well established male characters and change them to women is guaranteed to be for the "I'm a woman I can do anything a man can" reason. Mind you, I'm perfectly okay with that concept, but in an original character. Otherwise it's spiteful for no reason.

I'm not watching it because melissa mccarthy makes me want to gouge out my eyes and stab holes in my ear drums. Nothing about that retard is funny.
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#217 - tiberioustyphr (07/22/2016) [-]
I think you may be projecting just a little.

Mind you the intent is not to ruin or replace the original film. A lot of fans seem to believe that film remakes are trying to appeal to some sense of nostalgia, when the case is more something along the lines of "This idea worked in the past, let's just redo it and new audiences will love it."

This is especially effective when you understand that China has a new and bubbling market of movie theaters and the chinese have only seen propaganda films up until recently; they don't know that this or any remade film is a remake, this is all new to them, so they pay to see it so studios will make shitloads of money off remakes no matter what the fans think. And they likely aren't tired of bad cgi and silly comedy yet because it's all new to them. Also that brand of comedy is much easier to translate; less wordplay and puns, more third grade humor.

Also there was no feminist backing to this movie until the manlets and youtube commenters started whining about girls in their favorite intellectual property (completely ignoring terrible jokes and cartoon-level cgi shown in the trailer). The feminists jumped on and claimed some cause as their own (like they always do) and started defending it. Director Paul Feig aka Beta Lord even jumped in once he saw all the dislikes.

The film is just dull and mediocre. It's not worth the trouble, honestly.
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#224 - notmcburd (22 hours ago) [-]
What about that is projecting? Explain yourself if you're going to make a bold accusation like that?

I couldn't care less about either Ghostbusters movies. I haven't watched anything to do with ghostbusters since I was a kid. I just see the fact that its only established male characters who get replaced in movies, and as far as I'm concerned it seems spiteful towards men, and considering the sheer number of people crying misogyny when people spoke about it, I'd say there's a lot of spite out there to be had.

Am I spiteful towards women? No. Like I said, make your own strong female characters. I'll probably watch it if it looks good.
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#235 - tiberioustyphr (6 hours ago) [-]
#162 - It's got some okay episodes. A lot of them are recycled. 07/22/2016 on Pitt zah 0