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(Insert J Jonah Jameson laughing gif here) The critics are really starting to pull stuff out of their butts now. On a review I saw on YouTube, without naming names, the critic claimed that the movie agreed with the eco-terrorists. He claims that the only reason the movie portrays Ghidorah destroying civilization as a bad thing is because he was an alien and not from earth. If Godzilla or any other Titan did the same it would be completely hunky-dory. There are plenty of reasons why this logic is completely moronic. Even before they found out Ghidorah was an alien it was still clearly portrayed as a bad thing for a giant monster to kill billions of people. Serizawa, the voice of reason and the role model through the series, is completely horrified at the thought of committing genocide just to save the planet. Madison is clearly portrayed as doing the right thing when she becomes horrified but what her mother has done. Godzilla is also clearly portrayed as the better King by how he goes about ruling. While Serizawa tried to get his species to try to coexist peacefully with the Titans, Godzilla was shown doing his part during the credits by keeping the other titans docile. So in conclusion, the critics are officially now just making things up because they want this movie to fail.


Posted by Titan of Water on 2 June 2019 at 14:10.
Edited by Titanollante (administrator) on 2 June 2019 at 18:19.
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I agree with your rebuttal.

Posted by Titanollante (administrator) on 2 June 2019 at 18:20.
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You think that's bad? You oughta check out the one from Entertainment Weekly that said Crawl was a better movie because it was self-aware and it had a cute dog.

See, this is why I pay more attention to fans' complaints than I do the critics. Us fans know the lore and history behind the franchise. If anyone is going to take the most issue with this movie, it would be us.

Posted by JurassicKaiju14 on 20 August 2019 at 17:23.
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*Sōsuke Aizen voice* Let the critics say whatever they want. Their “reviews” sure didn’t prevent me from seeing such a Shōnen masterpiece!

Posted by SkullIslandExplorer on 21 August 2019 at 01:50.
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Agreed, DOWN WITH DEM CRITICS. LOCK EM IN AREA 51!!!

Posted by KING GHIDORAH 1954 on 22 August 2019 at 00:47.
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Dougherty has a great deal of sympathy for Emma, and the film definitely reflects that. I'd sympathize with her too if she didn't judge all of humanity to be equally guilty. She viewed the Titans as the only way to save us from ourselves, and with the world's governments leaning on Monarch to destroy them all, she saw no non-violent way to set them free. The end credits suggest her plan would've worked if Ghidorah hadn't been an alien.

But whatever, fuck nuance, let's jail people who don't like the same movies we do. I thought this fandom had finally gotten over its insecurities, but apparently not.

Posted by Astounding Beyond Belief (administrator) on 22 August 2019 at 12:18.
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Posted by Astounding Beyond Belief on 22 August 2019 at 12:18.

»Dougherty has a great deal of sympathy for Emma, and the film definitely reflects that. I'd sympathize with her too if she didn't judge all of humanity to be equally guilty. She viewed the Titans as the only way to save us from ourselves, and with the world's governments leaning on Monarch to destroy them all, she saw no non-violent way to set them free. The end credits suggest her plan would've worked if Ghidorah hadn't been an alien.

But whatever, fuck nuance, let's jail people who don't like the same movies we do. I thought this fandom had finally gotten over its insecurities, but apparently not.«

I was just kidding.

Posted by KING GHIDORAH 1954 on 22 August 2019 at 12:58.
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Posted by Astounding Beyond Belief on 22 August 2019 at 12:18.

»Dougherty has a great deal of sympathy for Emma, and the film definitely reflects that. I'd sympathize with her too if she didn't judge all of humanity to be equally guilty. She viewed the Titans as the only way to save us from ourselves, and with the world's governments leaning on Monarch to destroy them all, she saw no non-violent way to set them free. The end credits suggest her plan would've worked if Ghidorah hadn't been an alien.

But whatever, fuck nuance, let's jail people who don't like the same movies we do. I thought this fandom had finally gotten over its insecurities, but apparently not.«


*All Might voice* That’s why I said, “Let the critics say whatever they want. Their “reviews” sure didn’t prevent me from seeing such a Shōnen masterpiece!”

Posted by SkullIslandExplorer on 22 August 2019 at 13:24.
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Clearly I wasn't talking about you.

Posted by Astounding Beyond Belief (administrator) on 22 August 2019 at 13:37.
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Posted by Astounding Beyond Belief on 22 August 2019 at 13:37.

»Clearly I wasn't talking about you.«


*Qrow Branwen voice* I’m aware of that, but don’t you agree that it sounds better that imprisoning people over a movie?

Posted by SkullIslandExplorer on 22 August 2019 at 13:40.
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Posted by Astounding Beyond Belief on 22 August 2019 at 12:18.

»Dougherty has a great deal of sympathy for Emma, and the film definitely reflects that. I'd sympathize with her too if she didn't judge all of humanity to be equally guilty. She viewed the Titans as the only way to save us from ourselves, and with the world's governments leaning on Monarch to destroy them all, she saw no non-violent way to set them free. The end credits suggest her plan would've worked if Ghidorah hadn't been an alien.

But whatever, fuck nuance, let's jail people who don't like the same movies we do. I thought this fandom had finally gotten over its insecurities, but apparently not.«

I’m not saying that there isn’t any sympathy for Emma. She is clearly meant to be a morally grey character with good intentions. I was trying to say that while she is sympathetic they Movie doesn’t agree with the way she went about it. If I did a bad job getting that across I apologize. Also, I’m not saying someone can’t not like something I like. I was rebutting bad arguments why the movie is bad. If someone has a reasonable reason why they don’t like it, then I respect it. But if they start pulling made up stuff out of their butts I’m gonna call it out.

Posted by Titan of Water on 22 August 2019 at 20:53.
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