Who owns all of these wikis?
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I need to know something
Gotta love how nobody answered this question.
It was a user named Grust, he was a founder of the wikis in 2013 in FANDOM, until he step down in 2020.
Okay, but who owns them now?
No way its an admin thats so cool nice to meet you
Hmmm.... something's off about this user and I don't know why.
Im not lying about being new here and its pretty cool to see people like you make pages
I have no ill intent against you i just wanted to compliement you
I was a fan of this wiki ever since i found it and i wanted to contribute to the wiki by making more pages so i'm not being offensive or anything im just trying to say nice to meet you so im sorry for making you feel off in the first place
Thanks for blocking Maxwellthesupreme. He has been screaming like a child too much, so thanks for that
This was deleted by the former network owner because "it doesn't belong here" even though it does. The critics don't like it, I found a negative review on YouTube and the YouTuber called it "the worst E.B. White adaptation they've ever watched" and a somewhat mixed review giving it a 2.5 out of 5 star rating. I think the overall reception would be mixed or mixed-to-negative, so I think it belongs here as an average film to say the least.
Hello? Also, could you please restore the Rock Dog page, rename it to User:[insert creator's username here]/sandbox without leaving a redirect, and revert the page back to the latest revision before it was deleted on October 30, 2020?
I looked at the revision history and it looked like the page itself was poorly-written, so it'll have to be recreated entirely.
Being poorly-written isn't a reason to delete it, it's a reason to improve it.
A page can be improved if it has potential to be so, though in the case of that page, it's too badly-written to be kept around, so deletion for it is justified.
- If the page belongs here, then it has potential to be improved.
- Which page are you talking about anyway?
You know what I'm talking about.
Well it belongs here, so it can be improved.
Or you can just recreate it from scratch.
Fine, but what about the Rock Dog page?
CAPTURE THE FLAG´S POINTLESS ADD TO THE PAGE CONTROVERSY/OBJECTION
This is just an immature user angrily screaming about a movie they like being on this wiki, nothing else.
Do you have any idea of what was the point of putting that film into this wikipedia? because if i can be very honest, that is one GREAT AND HIDDEN UNDERRATED GEM on par with the Iron Giant and Chicken RUN, although not necessarilly 100% perfect, it was actually a solid piece of family entertainment unlike typical standards of hollywood blockbusters that really deserved to win BEST ANIMATED FILM at the GOYA AWARDS (spanish equivalent to the Hollywood Oscars/Academy awards), How can you EXPLAIN that? Dont you think that at least the execution of the story elements and intensity (particularly the character driven aspect) really paid off in its own right like what happened in EL DORADO despite the biased critical reception? (Not to mention that the director ENRIQUE GATO is really a prominent spanish animator on par with NICK PARK when it comes to multiple pretigious national academy award winning shorts and films he directed)
"Wiki", not "Wikipedia".
well obviously "wiki" means "wikipedia" in short terms
@Scoutart But what compelled you to suddenly come to my user talk page anyway?
What the hell are you even on about?
clarification and facts of course, THAT IS what is about, even unlike what happened to the polarizing Planet 51 (another goya award winner that despite being well animated and fun premise with apparently some form of originality as a fun fact, it was agreed by many, including spanish animators, that the story execution could have been much better), not to mention that this has more emotional aspect and intensity in down to earth tone compared to the other moon themed film OVER THE MOON that this with the narrative and character driven elements makes it superior to the netflix movie overall (without counting the songs because that would be bias on the analytical subject)
Too much to even overbear at this point.
Could you please restore this page? MarioMario456 deleted it because it had more good qualities than bad qualities and said therefore it should be on GMW, even though having more good qualities than bad qualities is a reason to improve the page unless it's well-received.
Please don't recreate it though. It should be restored, not recreated. Recreating is only a way to lose history and comments.
How positive is the movie's reception, exactly? I actually enjoyed it, but I don't exactly remember how positively recieved it is.
Here's what the "Critical reception" section on the Wikipedia version of the article says:
On Rotten Tomatoes, the film holds an approval rating of 22% based on 97 reviews, and an average rating of 4.40/10. The website's critical consensus reads, "Unimaginative and unfunny, this tale of barnyard mischief borders on 'udder' creepiness and adds little to this summer's repertoire of animated films." On Metacritic, it has a score of 42 out of 100, based on 24 critics, indicating "mixed or average reviews". Audiences polled by CinemaScore gave the film an average grade of "B+" on an A+ to F scale.
Roger Moore of the Orlando Sentinel gave the film 2 stars out of 5, saying that, "with Barnyard, another quick-and-dirty 'all-star cast' mess churned out by the digital start-ups hired to steal some of Pixar's cash, the year that computer-generated animation 'jumps the shark' becomes official. Politically correct, anatomically incorrect and ugly to look at, the only thing that saves Barnyard is a writer (and director) Steve Oedekerk's gift for gags and almost-edgy humor." Kyle Smith of the New York Post gave the film a score of 1.5/4, saying that "if you want to punish your kids, send them to bed without dinner. If you want to disturb, frighten and depress them while making sure they fail biology, take them to the animated feature Barnyard." Gregory Kirschling of Entertainment Weekly criticized the film's plot, giving it a C+ score and said that "it feels like Barnyard swipes too much of its plot from The Lion King."
On the positive side, J. R. Jones of the Chicago Reader enjoyed Barnyard, saying that "it's way funnier than many of the R-rated comedies I've seen lately, though Oedekerk seems to have ignored the writer's edict to know your subject—most of his cows are male. The CGI is excellent, with characters whose depth and solidity suggest Nick Park's clay animations. The laughs subside near the end as the requisite moral kicks in, but this is still that rare kids' movie I'd recommend to parents and non-parents alike." Claudia Puig of USA Today gave the film a score of 2.5/4, calling it "a sweet and mildly funny movie that will entertain young audiences, but one aspect is utterly mystifying: The two main characters, father and son bovine creatures, have large, distracting udders."
It also currently holds a 5.6/10 on IMDb.com.
I'm unsure. I just wanted the page to be restored for now since it was still unfairly deleted.
We can add the film onto the cult films category, since the movie has a user score on Metacritic that is closer to a 4.5 or something like that.
I know this is a week old topic, but I suggest that we could host the page in somebody's sandbox to fix it up before returning it to the main space. The movie's reviews are mixed/average, which could justify the movie being placed here.
@Marxo Grouch: Yes, that's correct. It got mixed to negative reviews, but mostly mixed.
I wanna ask you something...
About that promotion you gave me and the other admins... I'm well aware of the troll who's been making sock accounts with names like "What's your favorite movie" or "Answer me or this will continue", and I understand very well you're trying to put an end to it, but how is promoting us to automoderated users gonna stop the troll from causing anymore trouble? I'm not mad about the promotion; just a little curious, that's all.
Okay, cool. I was just wondering, and hope this matter is dealt with soon.
It was already dealt with about an hour ago by @Void.
Good. Can't imagine how sick you and Blazikeye are of that troll.
Also, could you please restore the Hop page and move it to a sandbox page under the creator's username?
The Muppet Christmas Carol
Could you please restore my page The Muppet Christmas Carol and move it to Blog:The Muppet Christmas Carol? And please make sure its the same page it always was, and please make sure the history and comments are there too.
That would make the page look biased.
I actually liked The Muppets Christmas Carol, so why did it have a page here at all?
@SuperStreetKombat, I think Musicismylife should be warned for adding movies which everyone like, even if critics hate it.
I added it last year. I just would like to have an opinionated blog post which explains my opinion on it. It probably looked biased in its last revision, but I would like to make it more clear.
It's a good movie, it should be on GMW.
@TigerBlazer As I said before I just wanted to make it an opinionated blog post. I personally don't like the movie. It doesn't have to properly be on AMW but I would like to have a blog post where I can share my opinion.
What happened to this conversation?
You can make the blog post now.
I would like the original page to be restored and moved to a blog post, please.
There was a user named TheRandomMan12345 who got globally blocked, do you know why?
I'm not DarkMatterMan4500, but it turns out their username was changed and I can't find out why they were globally blocked.
I can't say too much about this, but TheRandomMan12345 was related to Gage123B123.
Lemme guess, using sockaccounts to cause drama Gage123B was doing rants on RandomMan to start a war when he just had different devices or kept logging in an out so he can make drama with two characters he created.
RandomMan made the funniest fake movie blogs, so it’s kinda sad something like that happened.