The reason why I’m iffy about Blackfish being here is that it has be acclaimed. The reasons provided are poor and are not backed up by any sources. They don’t criticize the filmmaking.
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Again, we don't trust critics, we trust audiences, so you point?
Quick question: how do you upload pictures on Awful Movies Wiki/Miraheze?
Yes, but even audiences acclaimed the film. How do we know the producers behind Blackfish were manipulative? There are no sources to back it up. Is there a reason why critics aren’t trusted here?
The vice president for zoological operations and trainer for SeaWorld San Diego, says the film uses Brancheau's death and gruesome details to "not inform the public, but, rather regrettably, because of the desire to sensationalize." Also, Seaworld refused to take part in the production of Blackfish and claimed that it was inaccurate.
Why would you take their word for it? You could say they claimed that. It’s supposed to be objective
Most of the Nickelodeon movies in the 2010s have received bad reviews, so should there be a page about the decline in quality for those movies?
To be clear, if you look at the IMDb scores of the Nickelodeon movies after 2010, you could tell that the quality in these movies has gone downhill. Should we make a page about it?
Sure, why not?
Just to name one example, Fun Size (which recently got its own page here) has a 5.4 on IMDb. This page will also include the TV movies, as well as the good examples of Nickelodeon made in the 2010s, such as Rango.
Just because WatchMojo says that she's a ripoff, doesn't mean she is. Read my argument that she is not a ripoff: https://loathsomecharacters.miraheze.org/wiki/Jailbreak#end
The Boy Who Cried Werewolf should be on Greatest Movies Wiki.
This 2010 teen comedy stars Victoria Justice as Jordan Sands, who turns into a werewolf after a lab accident. It has good acting, and its director, Eric Bross, won the Directors Guild of America's Award for Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Children's Programs for The Boy Who Cried Werewolf (2010) on Nickelodeon. It's also decent compared to Justice's second film, Fun Size, which is terrible, and will have its own page on this wiki.
Here's what I've got so far on Fun Size.
This is an article both me and you are working on. So far, I've added two pointers, which are the terrible acting that wastes the talents of Victoria Justice, and the bad pacing. I also added something in the trivia. This movie is the first Nickelodeon movie to receive a PG-13 rating from the MPA. That's all for now, but the article will eventually have much more detail (such as detailed pointers, the film's performance at the box office, and more). Let's get this movie on the road.
I now understand what the WIS-RQ/BQ-GQ thing depends on critics and audiences, but if that's the case, shouldn't The Adventures of Sharkboy and Lavagirl be WIS-RQ?
False advertising for movies
So I'm looking for the earlier versions of your sandbox regarding false advertising for movies; I need to use it to assist me in making this new article about false advertising for movies I'm making.
You reverted my edit on Ice Age: Collision Course stating that it was my opinion, but that's not true. I wasn't doing that because I liked the film. It's because I generally thought that the reasons were weak.
He reverted your edits because you vandalized the page.
I didn't vandalize it. Vandalism is deliberately destroying a page. I was just tagging it for deletion because I thought the reason were weak. I know this is really, really, late, but I haven't been able to get into my account for a long time.
Oh, I thought you were vandalizing it.
Just talk to me?
Because you add more good qualities than bad qualities, I just undid your edit and BTW you did gravedigging on dead topic.
Also, can we add Thunderbirds Are Go and Thunderbird 6?
I don't know what gravedigging means.
It means posting on a topic long after the previous post was made.
And it's not a very good thing, Barrow, gravedigging threads that might cause a possible drama-bait.
Maybe there should be a rule against gravedigging older topics.