Tidalwavex wrote:Capt.Failure wrote:This thread makes me glad I don't associate with Transformers fans in real life. Such a sad, sad group of people.Capt.Failure wrote:
Completely lacking any level of respect for a group of people willing to ridicule others for a thing so simple as enjoying something they don't, after numerous attempts at peaceful discussion and debate? Definetly.
Lemme put it this way: people who don't like the films have done nothing but give me reasons to disrespect them by how personal they take people disagreeing with them. I know it's convenient to forget who fired first when your deep state of denial as deep as you are, but it's ok. You'll grow more mature in time and come to understand, even if by then it's too late.
The Transformers fanbase? Yes I'm in full agreement.
you can't expect someone to cast a positive vote for something they dis-like.
perhaps those who dis-like the DOTM movie don't want to cast a vote or they want to vote for it's competition. to voice their opinion to hasbro that they dis-like the DOTM movie. perhaps they want to send a message to hasbro they don't want a TF 4 with micheal bay nor shia le barf. Perhaps they feel by casting no vote or voting for the competition this will send a message to hasbro we want a reboot with a different director & actors/actresses/cast.
No I can't. But I can point out the irony of people who don't like the films calling me on it when threads by and for people who liked them have been derailed by sudden interjection of off topic dislike for the films and their fans.
I guess it's not ok when someone who does like them does it.
Oh, and I hate to say but the Transformers fanbase is too small a demographic to cause change in anything anymore. The films guaranteed that. Though thank you for the childish renaming of a person to a gross bodily function to show your dislike of them. I don't like Lebouf, but your little renaming shows you're a paragon of maturity. Typical Transformer's fanboy.