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Friday, November 16, 2012
Wreck-It-Ralph analogue to anti-Avatar Star Wars fanboys
Hello, this is Project Orion II's Chief Designer and recently I saw the new Disney film called Wreck-It-Ralph three times in theaters before writing this post. Some of you may be wondering what this has to do with the handful of jealous Bad Apple Star Wars Fans who rail against what is currently my all-time favorite movie, James Cameron's Avatar, let me explain. For many years before Avatar was first released in theaters, the Star Wars franchise was #1 in the box office and #1 in the space genre. Avid Star Wars fans got used to Star Wars being first place in space genre and at times even vowed to fight to keep it so. Then on Friday, December 18, 2009, came a very realistic interstellar science fiction blast called Avatar and it was so successful that it overtook Star Wars in both the box office and the space genre, so Bad Apple Star Wars Fans such as YouTube user Radith87 grew jealous. They are so jealous that they even want the Death Star to pulverize Pandora just to punish Avatar for overtaking Star Wars, and Radith87's two anti-Avatar videos are perfect examples. Let me quote fro the description box of the first "How Avatar Should Have Ended" Star Wars apologist video: "Avatar may be popular, but it shall be punished." Such Star Wars supremacists are acting just like the villain in Wreck-It-Ralph, Turbo (a.k.a. King Candy) from TurboTime. That is because TurboTime was at first the most popular video game in the arcade until a newer race car game called Roadblasters came. Turbo got so jealous that he left TurboTime to sabotage Roadblasters to the point that both games were unplugged and taken out of the arcade. However, Turbo escaped and eventually took over Sugar Rush where he disguised himself as a King Candy. And that is why I liken anti-Avatar Star Wars extremists to Turbo. Plus these Star Wars-obsessed bad apples are acting just like the CCCP did in latter 1969 when they lost the moon race to Apollo 11 because the CCCP was one of the few countries that did not broadcast the Apollo 11 mission live because they were upset that they were beaten. Prior to Apollo 11, the Soviets did have their space first such as the first human in space in Vostok 1 on April 12, 1961. Likewise before Avatar, Star Wars did have its time of being #1 in the space genre. Those Star Wars supremacists should learn to be grateful and count their blessings instead of lashing out like they are doing.
Turbo from Disney's Wreck-It-Ralph
For the record, not all Star Wars fans are lashing out against Avatar, just some of them are. Recently George Lucas sold Lucasfilm to Disney and Disney is going to make three more Star Wars movies such as an Episode VII. If any one of those Disney Star Wars films overtakes Avatar, I will not get upset and will be grateful that Avatar will have had its time as #1 in space genre and the box office. I wish to also set a positive example for the envious Star Wars extremists who bash Avatar all because it beat out Star Wars in the box office and space genre alike. I do get the inflated ticket pricing thing too.