What's with all these awful Youtubers being popular?


#382

I was chatting to Juliane about this the other day, as I’d read about a whole load of PUBG players being banned for cheating. Only banned from PUBG though, so I guess they are free to just use other names and start entering tournaments for other games. Some of them had been caught cheating at other games before. Sigh.


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#385

I’m shocked, Shocked that the shitty SEO marketing garbage dudes who are basically just algorithm parasites doing the laziest possible criticism of films and crying satire when criticized are also lazy plagiarists.


#386

CinemaSins’ bullshit response:

Never listened to them before, eh?


#387

So all of this said, and I haven’t listened to either podcast, you’ve got to crib pretty hard to have a legal fight about this kind of thing.


#388

I mean, I’ll take any chance to shit all over CinemaSins, but “Let’s talk about the 80s year by year” isn’t exactly a rare concept.


#389

Looks like CinemaSins has backed down on their new podcast.

Good. Also, listen to 80sAllOver. It isn’t a “Hey, remember the 80s” nostalgia fest. We’re talking like, real criticism of like 15-25 movies released per month. Some popular films, some underrated gems, some baffling trends Hollywood decided to follow at the time. Drew and Scott are also pretty defiant leftist dudes.


#390

I literally burst out laughing when I read that. Christ, Jeremy is such a slimy fucking asshole. Especially considering he threatened to sue Screenjunkies for plagiarism when they started a review show that he thought was too similar to Cinemasins, for his wholly original and never-before-seen idea of…talking about movies in the car to and from the cinema.