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1-06-2008 @ 1:52AM
@onetrueping - Completely understandable.Feel free to take my comments as they are, merely comments, and one man's informed opinion. I've seen murmouring on some.. lesser sites, that I am simply out to get Myndflame, that I have a grudge against them, or that I just criticize everything I see simply to get attention. The irony being those murmourings often come from the very people that do just that, and merely attack me for the sake of it, rather than taking my comments at face value. WoW's spawned all this great creativity, some of it's good, some of it isn't, but it's all creativity. However, if a great chef were to create a dish that wasn't tasty, would it be better to pretend it was great, or tell that chef what was wrong with it, so he could improve his craft in future? Constructive criticism is the key to future innovation and I'd challenge any of my detractors to prove to me that what I said wasn't true, or was simply slander and misinformation. Take the movie on it's own merits and judge for yourself, I simply think that the review posted on this site in the first place was gravely misplaced, and not properly informed, and wanted to offer a counterpoint. If you enjoy the film, I'm happy for you, I'd love to have enjoyed it myself. Whoever says I'm a Myndflame hater clearly doesn't know the first thing about me, I'm a huge fan, and married to a huge fan, how could I possibly hate the company that produced my all-time favourite Machinima, in the form of Zinwrath? That's just plain stupid.
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