AnimatedAmateur

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    Films, Literature, Video Games (duh XD), Camping, Scuba Diving (when I can afford it XD), Acting, Voice Acting,
  1. Well people are diverse both in personalities and thoughts/opinions so it stands to reason not everyone in the trans community, people who support the trans community or people not involved with the trans community would have a the same outlook on this situation. Case in point I have 2 trans friends one is not happy with the original intent and so will not be buying it at release and the other thinks it is interesting and loved the original when it came out but guess what we are all still pals since friendship is more important to us then companies with different artistic visions. Plus, the one against it is still going to play it just by borrowing a copy from one of us so even she is giving it a chance she is not going out of her way to shut it down or force them to alter it. Also, you say the way trans people are portrayed but how can you know the majority of the trans community is offended or not offended by this game? And even if the majority were offended then just do not buy it. And as we have established SJW is not an attack it is a term that people of that political outlook call themselves. Plus, if a person just comes and calls someone a SJW and that is all their argument is then that just hurts their position; make your argument better and point out how their argument is flawed. However, from what I have seen most people that call others or policies SJW-esque usually have follow up points and examples of why that is the case. Of course I have seen people just throw out names but they at least from what I have seen are in the minority and again that hurts their position and plus this is the Internet it comes with the territory.
  2. Except they call themselves SJWs. That was not a term that was branded on them it was one they adopted and wore that tile proudly. Going through both undergraduate and graduate programs I have met and seen people both in my various classes and out protesting who call themselves SJW or Social Justice Warriors. So if that is what they are and proclaim to be then calling them an SJW is not entirely inaccurate. Unless they really are not but nearly 8 to 9 times out of 10 a person has on their Twitter bio or Profile the title Social Justice Warrior. And more often then not they come to the table arguing feelings over facts and even if they have at least one decent point they hate any and all criticism or even a devils advocate towards their points and either online or real life decide to silence or censor differing opinions or counterpoints by either drowning people out with their chanting, marking all criticism as personal attacks and painting every critic like this even those with reasonable or fair points. Thus, taking this stance not only hurts your position but it is essentially makes you out to be what you claim to be against; that being a person that brushes off legitimate criticism just because a certain term is used. Also, I must ask as others in this thread have asked what legitimate criticism are you talking about?
  3. Once Upon A Time In The West (1968) re-watched this gem of a Western. The acting, the cinematography, the score, all just top notch! If you have not seen it definitely check it out I HIGHLY HIGHLY recommend it. 5 out of 5 Stars ^-^
  4. Nice love the way you organized it all and rated them I might try that out down the line also excellent selection of films thanks for sharing ^-^
  5. I know right! I saw several episodes back in the late 90s/ early 2000s but this time I watched the whole show it has aged well too I know I will rewatch again in the future
  6. This list is not in any particular order except the first one ^-^ Once Upon a Time in the West (1968) The Good, the Bad and the Ugly (1966) The Wild Bunch (1969) The Shawshank Redemption (1994) Back to the Future (1985) Star Wars: Episode V - The Empire Strikes Back (1980) Star Wars: Episode VI – Return of the Jedi (1983) Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope (1977) Beauty and the Beast (1991) The Little Mermaid (1989) Aladdin (1992) Princess Mononoke (1997) Spirited Away (2001) Castle in the Sky (1986) It's a Wonderful Life (1946) Chasing Amy (1997) Pulp Fiction (1994) GoodFellas (1990) The Warriors (1979) Do the Right Thing (1989) Evil Dead II (1987) The Thing (1982) Alien (1979) Aliens (1986) Predator (1987) And that is 25 in total of course this could change since I have so many favorites but thank you for scrolling all the way and hopefully you saw some of your favorites and maybe check out a few you have not seen anyway hope you are having a nice day and I might just return someday to post in this forum again >:D ^-^
  7. Recently finished Gargoyles it was fan-freakin-tastic wish Disney would make another show like it in terms of tone and style >.< now I am watching Star Trek: The Next Generation which ironically enough a lot of the cast voiced in Gargoyles
  8. I watched Magnolia (1999) recently for the first time it was incredible I would highly recommend it ^-^