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2-02-2012 @ 10:55AM
I enjoyed this film. It had some nice conceptual moments, like the blood elf frozen in time standing in Orgrimmar.However, while watching I thought1) Girl dumps him and stuff, just part of life. What did Warcraft have to do with that? Mixing the two things implies things about Warcraft quite unfairly;2) So he played Warcraft and were able to do all that stuff with his character, but that should be devalued because all those missed years of "going out to the pub?" Really? If he was able to look back, would "I was that dude drinking a beer with a bunch of loud talkers listening to my head rattle, but at least I was in public" going to feel that much more fulfilling.Dude, you just wanted to play the game and you played the game. Deal. It's about owning your choices.Also,3) He is 22. Oh noez! That is not old at all. Your life is still ahead of you. This is like Justin Bieber writing a biography. There isn't a bio to write yet.Maybe this speaks more to the issues of being a leader in a successful raiding guild or something. Well congrats that he feels better about himself. And also congrats that we're getting a new expansion!!! Woohoo!
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