ByJoe Brunett™, writer at Creators.co
Film student at the Savannah College of Art and Design
Joe Brunett™

Nobody likes critiques, especially if they're negative. In most cases, these negative reviews are beneficial for the creator for future projects. But according to www.looper.com, everything sucks.

I don't know about you guys, but I enjoy reading positive articles. That's why I love MoviePilot, because anyone is free to post their thoughts and ideas for people to read. Most of the posts pertain to reviews, fan theories, the latest news, and quizzes. These posts are mainly positive, and if there is something someone doesn't like, they'll find a way to pleasantly let the readers know.

Viewers [like me] keep coming back to this website to read posts that others create to get recommendations, and talk about things they like. Not only has this website help me get the latest news, but also influenced me to start writing my own posts. Users on here are genuine, who leave solid feedback and like to tell people their opinion; everyone gets to express themselves.

Then you get to a site like Looper.com. At first when I found out about Looper, I was like, alright another blog where I can read up on my movie news! But my opinion quickly changed after just a few articles. I went from praising the blogger(s) to thinking to myself, how pessimistic could a person be? Not only pessimistic, but also pretentious. This, due to the fact that there's no where readers can comment an express their opinions. The egocentric blogger(s) behind Looper don't care what other people think, only themselves.

Just to give you a taste of their daunting article titles here are some that I found the opposite of amusing:

"THINGS THAT WILL COMPLETELY RUIN BATMAN V SUPERMAN"

"CELEBRITIES WHO ARE TERRIBLE TO THEIR FANS"

"THE CREEPIEST THINGS JOHN TRAVOLTA HAS EVER DONE"

"THESE MOVIES WOULDN’T EXIST IF THE VILLAINS WERE SMART"

"FRANCHISES THAT WILL NEVER STOP DESPITE BEING TERRIBLE"

These are just some of the titles to the direction of articles they produce. Yes, some information might be true, but no one wants to read negatively about something. Writing something that is directed at someones failures just gives off a childish vibe.

It's one thing to write a critique about something, in which may contain some negativity and opinions. But it's another thing to target someones failures and completely crush someones ideas.

With the article titled, "THESE MOVIES WOULDN’T EXIST IF THE VILLAINS WERE SMART" that is just ridiculous. OBVIOUSLY these movies wouldn't exist if the villains did some things differently in them. If they were written that way, there would be no movie. I mean I'm sure the blogger(s) could write a perfect screenplay, and have absolutely nothing wrong with it, but I guess they don't want to make anyone look bad. The blogger(s) must know everything about everything and just would rather spend their time being a sociopath, and negatively judge everyone else's work.

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