I am on the autism spectrum, in which I see things differently, than everyone else.
I believe that the comment section of all sites, YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, Rotten Tomatoes and so on have a system that has been abused by fan communities, who use spam comments, review bombing, sexist and racist remarks, cyberbullying, death threats, etc, to sabotage the potential success of movies that are actually successful at the box office, such as Transformers, Star Wars, Justice League, Titanic, Avatar, Frozen, etc.
The internet has been known by no-one else, but me to have been rigged by those who write, post and give reviews. Some involve professional critics. Reviews, thoughts and opinions of sucsessful movies have no specific details.
This is because they talk like they have NOT seen the actual movie, when REALLY they did! Why can't anyone focus on the bright side?
This just shows the downside of Marvel taking ALL the money, from those who pay for their over-exposure! Where are the REAL blockbuster movies that are made for the movies themselves? Because that's what the people who make say, Star Wars, DCEU, live action remakes of Disney animated movies etc. do. They make movies and focus on the movies themselves, whereas the Marvel Cinematic Universe just exists for money!
This means the MCU Spider-Man movies are nothing, but cash-grabs!
It even shows unfairly the business is treating me as filmmaker, as I explain, how the Disney/Fox merger was the REAL reason for the presumed failure of Dark Phoenix!
So, to be clear: When all of you go see MY Kim Possible movie, on it's 2022 release date, YOU will see that I make better movies than all that "Mary Sue Quentin Traintino BS" that we are getting this weekend!
And for ALL the "wannabe critics" in the Star Wars fanbase, who say the fans are winning, YOU are WRONG! Star Wars are actually CHEATING! All they do is get excited for something, only to end up beating a dead horse over nothing! In other words, DON'T JUDGE A BOOK BY IT'S COVER!
When tickets go on sale for Star Wars Episode 9, I am buying them early, and so should YOU. That's because I want it to make $3 billion worldwide.
And before any of you say anything bad about any popular movie, please do yourselves a favor: When someone asks you, "How was the new Star Wars movie?", just say to him or her, "Don't ask." or "Don't make me answer."
See you at the movies, as always.