Maulbert wrote: RolandDeschain wrote:
Maulbert wrote:You are so desperate to be right, it's pathetic. Grow up.
You taunted me specifically to elicit a response, who's the one that needs to grow up? I've been staying out of this stupid debate for several days now.
You were attacking Zeb's and my OPINIONS with lies to prove something you couldn't just because you wanted to win an internet argument that didn't exist. You are ALWAYS desperate to be right. It's why you can't help being a grammar naz**. You are free to ignore me, but YOU fired the first shots. I didn't try to prove why your OPINION was wrong. That was you. So if you can't take it, don't dish it out.
Dude, you can literally watch Zeb's opinion change after he saw it the first time through now. He convinces himself he likes it more with each viewing. Tell you what, if you go to a steakhouse and think the steak is mediocre, and then keep going over and over because you like steak, it's far from unlikely that you'll wind up making yourself acclimated to it and thinking it's better because you like steak.
I didn't lie. If you want to be so butt-hurt over opinions on this ridiculous trilogy, continue to be so. I couldn't care less. Some people want these films to be good so desperately, they more or less ignore tons of ridiculous flaws. Palpatine's character "arc" in Episode IX is so far beyond ridiculous and poorly written, it's less believable than a Dr. Seuss book. The plot armor of a central point of failure for thousands of Star Destroyers is absolutely absurd. That's not an opinion, it's a fact.
I've admitted in horror film threads that I love the genre, and some of my favorite horror films are bad films but I love them anyways for various reasons. Some examples of those would be Alien 4, Freddy vs. Jason, and Maximum Overdrive come to mind. I don't get why admitting that something isn't good, but still loving it, is so impossible. Anybody in the world can objectively demonstrate that those three films are bad, or mediocre at BEST and I'm totally ok with that...while still enjoying them, a lot. However, anyone who says the new Star Wars films are not good and points out things in them as to why gets lambasted to hell and back.
Continue onward though, the new trilogy's awesome and all is right in the world, blah blah.