In the last few months,I have widely noticed on the Internet that the words “I’ve never heard of this…”,”I’ve never seen this…”,and (especially) “this is so underrated”,much to the point of feeling the urge to puke when these people who frequently say these words should know that the likes of the IMDB,TubiTV,Hulu,various on-line movie blogs,and the local library are all nearby for these people to go gain easy access to.
I’ve mainly get into the reckless and careless overusage of the word “underrated”,a word which is to actually describe films that got lost in the overcrowded movie shuffle but is nowadays is getting used to describe films that either were once popular(and widely talked about) but were pushed aside for The Next Big Thing movies or…something which I took wide notice of yesterday(as of this writing)…is now being used to describe newly released films that haven’t yet had a chance to properly build up their fanbases.
While it is easy to call these people(that ride in The “Never Heard Of,Never Have Seen,And That’s So Underrated” Crowd) “fucking idiots” and “absolute complete dolts”,I’ll just wisely avoid it(since it won’t make me any better than those people) and instead just say and ask just what is both the age level and intelligence level of these people since they’re too lazy to go do any research on any film(and its history) and will just carelessly throw around certain words without knowing the full proper meaning for them,since it is only mightily hurting genre fandom to the point that is throwing fandom two to four centuries back. Sure,I can easily place the blame on Geekmaster General Harry Knowles(who really elevated the level of Spoilers,Geeks,and sheer stupidity to a whole new level) as people should actually know much better and should have some intelligence instead of carrying around this “You’re a nerd if you do research and are smart,and nerds are stupid !!!” mentality(that is up there with the people who flunked fifth grade and ninth grade four times). Come on,for you can be much more better than that.
Nope,(As Of This Writing) I Haven’t Yet Seen STAR WARS:THE RISE OF SKYWALKER,The Supposed “Final” STAR WARS Film(Until It Makes Enough Money To Warrant An EPISODE 10 Or A Reboot[With A Completely Original New Story]) For After I See This Film Will I Then Talk About It.