Gawdziller wrote:GorengoXGodzilla wrote:Bark at the Moon.
::Gawdziller blows whistle::
Foul: Humor failure. Ten yard penalty. Third down.
Officials would like to warn GXG that another epic fail of that magnitude will forfeit the debate and he will be benched the rest of the season.
What? I thought it was funny. Its what I thought whenever saw the title for Transformers 3. Besides, it's not like I dwelled on it.
Heck, I'm not even the first one to say that *cough*Spoony*cough*.
What I think GxG is trying to say, is that you should think and analyze rather than just be entertained with no thought.
Yes, this is what I've been trying to say. Thank you Gojira-Fan.
In case I haven't made it clear through the way I've been typing or what I've been talking about, I'm pursuing a career in Film Criticism, and working my way up to being a film critic. I enjoy analyzing films and critiquing films, and I believe I do a pretty good job at it. And the main thing that got me into my love of film are the Godzilla films. I've watched them more than any other films I can think of, and they mean a lot to me. And as an aspiring film critic, I often find myself analyzing and critiquing the films that I enjoy, including the Godzilla films. And believe it or not, there are Godzilla films that often look great when looking with a critic's eye, such as Mothra vs. Godzilla and Son Of Godzilla.
I personally believe that you can apply critical thinking to any film ever made, no matter what that film's intentions may be. Some films will look great, some will look terrible, others will be somewhere in the middle. But whatever the case, I enjoy analyzing and critiquing films, especially the Godzilla films. I find it much more enjoyable then just being simply "entertained" by it. It engages my thoughts, makes me think of what of the creators had to go through to get these films made, and what the creators thought of their own work when they were finished. And when hard work shows off on screen, it pays off for the filmmakers, because they earn my respect. That makes the viewing experience all the better.