Jeff isn’t planning on adding the Sonic movie until it comes out. It’s quite obvious that it will be mediocre. I could be wrong, though. “The trailer could only look like it will be mediocre; it could become the greatest movie of all time!“ Didn’t you even read the disclaimer? Plus, it feels like you insulted me on the Toxic Fandoms and Hatedoms page, saying I got “stubborn”.
Return to the user page of "CarlFilip19".
I do not remember calling you stubborn. Also, what page?
Stop undoing Evil Tim's edits.
His "edits" are actually reversions of my edits.
And your edits are just removing content.
Here is why I removed the "rip-off" thing: It is not easy to make something people have never seen before. In fact, how would you feel if someone did their best to make your content look unoriginal by saying that it "rips off" something that existed before, all of the time? That would be annoying. In fact, some of the things you accused of "ripping off" other things (Especially Ice Age: Collision Course) looked like mere guesses. It may look unoriginal to you, but it is likely different for those who made the film (You have upgraded the "It looks like a rip-off" to "It is just ripping off" , which is kind of dumb, since that is a more direct guess, which is more likely to be incorrect) . The way you do it might not only make people more afraid of putting cultural references in their work, but it may also hinder them from making their work, since they are afraid that someone would say that they are "ripping off" something. Especially if they want to make something original. So, shut up. I like being at Sweden. Not only is there no Swedish translation for the word "rip-off" , but we also react more positively when something is similar to something that existed before. We may treat it as a cultural reference. And also, what if making a "rip-off" of something is a way to show that you like something? The way you accuse things of "ripping off" things might also mistake people that you mean that it is bad that they like it. If someone makes something Original, and it comes from heart, then do not accuse them of "ripping off" something. Imagine all of these problems listed here, but these are your problems. It would be tough. So. Here is what you shoud do: Be happy when something is similar to something you saw before. It can be nice to bring something forgotten, rare or both back. Without inspiration, nothing. You cannot make stuff without being Inspired by anything. Think about it. Good Luck!
There is a difference between being inspired by something and simply copying it.
Also, the correct place to put capital letters is not "everywhere."
But similar to a school trial, it is difficult to know if someone figured or made something up by themselves, or if they copied it from someone else. Just becuase I promote making stuff that are similar to other stuff, then it does not mean that I promote plagiarism. In fact, I do not at all promote that. I would give credit to what I was inspired by. Here is a Question that you try to answer when something they made is similar to something that existed before: Were they aware of the existence of that earlier thing or not. People accused Inside Out of stealing ideas from Osmosis Jones, but it is possible that Pixar has not heard of that film. Think about it. Pixar does not do plagiarism. Good Luck!
His edits are editer than your edits.
Just because they reverse my edits? Well, It shows that you do not care about what I write to you. Good Luck!
But his edits are still editer.
Well. I see. How about I talk to you about what I think about certain "Why It Sucks" reasons from some films? And is it possible to make a knock-off of a knock-off?
Sure you can, as long as you discuss politely. A rip-off of a rip-off is technically possible but it is easier to say the secondary rip-off is a rip-off of the original work. Rip-Off of a rip-off is more of a semi-joke term.
You certainly can: the original God of War seems to have been very heavily inspired by Rygar: The Legendary Adventure, for example, and then a load of other games copied God of War. It's doubtful most of the creators of the latter games had ever even heard of Rygar: The Legendary Adventure.
Who knows; maybe, maybe not.
Hey Evil Tim! Unnamedgoon is not that good person to talk to. He barely seems to care about what I write to him. Take a closer look at what I wrote. I think this "rip-off" trend is not only ruining my life, but it may ruin other people's lives too, because that might be unfair that you keep on mentioning that. What I was trying to tell was: Do not always be negative at something just because it is similar to something you have seen before, even if can be considered to be well liked b the audience (It looked bad when you said that the "happy wedding scene" from Ice Age: Collision Course was just copying Shrek, while that scene was actually nice. An other time it looked bad was when you said that Jailbreak from The Emoji Movie was copying Wyldstyle from The LEGO Movie and Olivia "Sombra" Colomar from Overwatch, while she is so likeable and important that; If she did not appear in that film, then the film itself would be more boring) In fact, it was strange (And maybe disappointing) that you went as far as putting films at Awful Movies Wiki that a majority of people liked (Such as The Smurfs) . Did you like any of these films that are at Awful Movies Wiki when you were younger? Here are the films that I like, despite the fact that they are ar Awful Movies Wiki: ( The Smurfs (The live-action film and its sequel) ) ( Alvin And The Chipmunks (All four of these films) ) ( Ice Age (The fourth and fifth film included) ) ( Shrek (The third and fourth film included) ) (Barnyard: The Original Party Animals) (Hop) (Peter Rabbit) ( Garfield (The live-action film and its sequel) ) (Scooby-Doo (The live-action film and its sequel) ) To be honest, I did not think that The Emoji Movie was awful. I slightly liked it. Even if a Majority of people will very likely not agree (It even became a trend to dislike that film) . Good Luck!
Unnamedgoon is a good person. You're just a sensitive person!
I only do this because I love you all.
So, Carl, do you think we have a double standard?
Are you, while watching a film, with a group of people, constantly mentioning that a film is bad just because you think saw some of the scenes from the film itself before, while the other ones watching the film actually like the film itself? Then you are an unpleasant person. This is an example of how bad it can be to act like this. Good Luck!
You know who really is an unpleasant person?
It does not mean that The Emoji Movie does not deserve to be at Awful Movies Wiki. Good Luck!
If they don't want their films to be called ripoffs they should stop making ripoffs.
I know that "rip-off" somewhat means: (Similar to something before, but in a bad way) . But how about parodies? I think that (In a good way) Family Guy reflects The Simpsons similar to how Star Trek kind of reflects Star Wars and how Sonic The Hedgehog reflects Super Mario Bros. In fact, at the Terrible TV Shows Wiki page for the Family Guy Episode Inside Family Guy, you used to say that it was bad that it copied an episode of The Simpsons called Behind The Laughter, but that is actually kind of clever. I kind of wanted to see a Family Guy version of that episode. Who wants The Simpsons Movie, but with Family Guy instead? If you think that you can judge by originality and shove "rip-off" at what you see? Well watch these Videos how someone else's experience can be different from yours and how it might hurt them that they fail to make something that you have not seen before: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OuBWHLwfI-Y https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O50AgI2gD6o&t=10s There is also something called "Homage" , where you honor something. Read this: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pastiche Good Luck!
How can Star Trek reflect Star Wars? Star Trek came before. I also don't think they are similar, title aside (sort of).
Have you watched the videos?
Evil Tim! You are not going to like this, but a game called Tasty Planet Forever came out. It still looks ugly at times.
I'm not going to care.
I thought that Star Trek came out after Star Wars.
Star Trek came in 1966. Star Wars opened in 1977.
Please delete this page: https://awfulmovies.miraheze.org/wiki/User:User:Trevor807/Sandbox/The_Good_Dinosaur
No thank you.
Let's block him
Um hello, get the admins to block him
Who are you?
"These are films which have an average score from critics, and a reasonably balance of positive and negative points on their respective page. Films in this category should have their points listed as "good points/Good Qualities" and "bad points/Bad Qualities" rather than the usual "Why It Sucks" and "Redeeming Qualities."" This is from the category "Average films".
BlazePlastic2003, please read this. If you refuse to do it, then I will report you.
If you have read this, then reply to this.
I have my page listed under the Average Films category.
At least he's block, but you couldn't have just blocked him for indefinite because i'm sure after the 3 months block, he'll get even worse
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