For your recent behavior towards other users, you've just a received a warning and are advised to improve your ways or receive a ban from this wiki. Acting like nothing happened doesn't change the fact that your actions still happened.
I'm sorry, but I don't understand what could I possibly say to Wikirentix to be that offensive. I mean, if he takes some sarcastic phrase as insults and thinks I'm some arrogant troll or something, he really needs to chill. I never insulted him, I simply posted a comment about my concerns for WiR 2, and he took it as the worst attack possible, that plus the fact that he can't stand the fact that I don't like Zootopia.
And yes, I reported his post as spam because he wouldn't let go of this petty and childish argument.
I'm not pretending that nothing happened. I simply can't stand people so clingy, easily angered by and obsessed over trivial things, especially when no one was ever insulted or belittled. In fact, he was shouting stuff like "Get a life" at me just for commenting.
You need to stop instigating arguments and stop being derisive on the opinions of others - this is a wiki of tolerance, and everything you've written has had a snide uncalled-for remark. I ask you to stop this behavior and think about what you're saying to others.
Then I ask you one last time; Stop following my comments on this Wiki then. You want me to respect your opinions then you need to respect mines as well, this ends now. Vitriolic or not you should really think before what you write to others.
LOL You know the saying ? "Ain't nobody got time for that !" XD
Yeah, I did come in pretty blunt, I gotta admit.
And yeah, I did read all the other comments, and the reason why I was so blunt it's because yours seemed like a carbon copy of those other ones.
As you can see, I'm a huge and proud Disney Villain fan, and among my favorite villains, there's also King Candy, a plot-twist one. What sets him apart from Hans or *ughhhhh* Bellwether, is how much better developed he is, and how he manages to be both funny and menacing altogether.
Hans is not very well developed, and I wouldn't take a teen novel of questionable canonicity with several incoherences in account to make him seem more profound than he really is. That's all I gotta say !
I'm just plane honest. Yeah I agree he's not. They should develop him more. Because, what's the point of just throwing him in there if he's not going to be important. And, well like I said I've been reading a lot of the reviews and stuff online. It's ok, your free to be blunt. I don't mind. lol Well idk what they will do for Frozen 2. I just hope they make us proud or at least be like damn this was a good movie. Even if we're not too happy with what ends up happening with Hans. Whichever way it goes, I hope the sequel is promising.
Yeah my background story was unnecessary but I just threw that in there as an example for how people deserve chances. And, how one can grow from situations that happened in the past. Oh and I didn't include that I came here in a small boat with my mom. Well now you know. I think they could better Frozen by throwing an in-depth build on each character.
Hi! Just stopping by to say hi to a fellow user :)
I couldn't help but notice that people bash you because of your opinions on things. Like on the Bellwether page. Like my other friend TRIMC, who is also bashed because of his opinions, I believe you are a pretty nice guy.
Don't worry XD
I am used to withstand naysayers, so I don't let them bother me or ruin my day. Especially as long as I feel that I am able to counter with valid arguments and never resort to namecalling. As TRIMC 95, he's a cool guy. And thanks a lot !
What's up? I 've been reading your comments on the Bellwether page. I couldn't agree more about the plot twist villains being awful. It's hilarious how people will use every bull***t kind of arguments to defend plot twist villains and their petty presentation throughout their movie. Just look at the more recent comments on the Bellwether page.
Thank you for support ! You know, I wouldn't mind plot-twist villains if they weren't so lazily written. In fact, as you may have noticed already, King Candy/Turbo happens to be among my favorite villains. Because we see him in all his aspects through all the movie, from bumbling goofball, to little tyrant, to hacking expert, then apparently compassionate wise king, to finally attention seeking maniac, willing to destroy lives and games just to be on the spotlight. On top of that, he gets an awesome transformation.
The other 3 plot-twist villains are either weak, have haphazarded plans, poor motivations, or like Yokai, who isn't even villain, but rather an anti-villain.
If you check my "Is Zootopia really that great ?" thread (Link : http://disney.wikia.com/wiki/Thread:673670#22 ), you'll see my proposal to how Bellwether could have been written in a much more convincing way. Guess I should copy and paste it to the Bellwether page then.
Yeah, I've already checked it out and I mostly agree with you. Anyways, let's hope Moana will have a good, old-fashioned, traditional villain. The concept art of that Lava Witch alone is better than Yokai, Hans and Bellwether all together.
She can't stand that the people of Naples is Always happy because of a Young boy called Totò, who wish to be a cook, so she send to him magical pans, but then, through a plot, she has him imprisoned by the king of Naples and a war between Naples and France starts.
But I'm digressing XD. Moana is being made by Musker and Clements, and these guys Always nailed their villains, one way or another.
Exactly. If the villain is at least reminiscent of Ratigan or Jafar or Hades or Ursula or even Dr Facilier, then Moana is propably gonna go down as one of my favourite Disney movies, with likeable protagonists, memorable songs (hopefully) and, most importantly, a well developed villain.
Have to agree with the both of you, the recent trend of twist villains is getting annoying. I'll take your word on King Candy/Turbo since I've never seen the film (I would have gone to see it being a gamer myself if it weren't for the fact that there were two people I simply could not support who are acting as the top billing. Let's leave it at that lest we open another can of worms), but the others are definitely bad. Three plot twist villains, two badly handled (though that being said, I do think that Hans is ultimately better than Gaston, though not by much), and the third's barely much of a villain anyhow, an anti-villain at best. If we count the trashing of Sleeping Beauty that they call the Maleficent movie and how it utterly trashed Stefan and, well, practically all of the Sleeping Beauty cast all in the name of pushing a completely unneeded feminist agenda, we've got FOUR twist villains. Moana had better give us an actual villain that we can guess is evil from the start. I think the only thing worse than a twist villain is either villains who make their villainy so obvious that their mere existence is downright unrealistic (I'm thinking Gaston here, and let's face it, like him or hate him, there's no way any realistic person can pull of the stunt he did in the Gaston reprise and actually not only get away with it, but have everyone cheer him on despite making it obvious how evil such a plan was with absolutely no sugarcoating to make it palatable for the masses. If it were at all realistic, Gaston would have been arrested, or at the very least, the villagers' trust in him would have been shaken somewhat.) or swapped morality characters like the Rebel Alliance and the Galactic Empire in Star Wars especially if it's done in an extremely manipulative manner (in case you two are wondering what I mean by that: George Lucas had the good guys, the Rebel Alliance, be based on the Vietcong, who were utter depraved monsters, while he had the bad guys, the Galactic Empire, based on America, all as a means of spreading an anti-Vietnam War message, and we got tricked as a result. It's one thing to be anti-war, and it's also one thing, although bad enough, to root for the enemy during a wartime situation. It's quite another to not only root for the enemy, but also manipulate the audience into rooting for that same enemy by making it seem as though they are rooting for their home country, that just crosses a line. Thanks to that, I'm an Empire supporter when I had formerly supported the Rebels. And I don't usually root for bad guys, so the fact that I actually AM rooting for the bad guy in this case shows just how awful the action George Lucas did truly was.). Same with Giants.
I personally blame stuff like this for the mess that's coming out of Disney right now: