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the best anime critics in crunchyroll..
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Posted 12/27/08
most of the users who posted at the "fansubbers is destroying the anime world because of their illegitimate practice" thread, i think that's what it's called
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Posted 12/27/08 , edited 12/27/08

serpentura wrote:

most of the users who posted at the "fansubbers is destroying the anime world because of their illegitimate practice" thread, i think that's what it's called


most was there to flame people anyway
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that was damn long
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Posted 12/27/08
heres my critic oppinion, ecchi harem is shit and 12 year olds like it, aka aimed at pubertism.
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Posted 12/27/08 , edited 12/27/08

riku911 wrote:


serpentura wrote:

most of the users who posted at the "fansubbers is destroying the anime world because of their illegitimate practice" thread, i think that's what it's called


most was there to flame peopel anyway
@brylle
that was damn long


lmao you should see his debates xD


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It's a good thing that I didn't rubbed Brylle's bad side 4 months ago....


haha yeahhh ... Billie is quite the basher ... I'd say anyone from EW <33
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Posted 12/27/08

riku911 wrote:

there a few good people
preferably those who seen a lots of anime
not those 13-14 fangirls/boys
my opinion anyway


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Posted 12/27/08
Well, judging by your opening post, I'd say our views of "critic" are different.

Anyways, in my definition, the so-called "Anime Critics" on CR are usually the people that have been around for a while and have posted numerous times on the forums. Those people are usually good critics, ie. Brylle, as you can see from his post (Dang, that post was long)

Also, age can also determine a good critic since usually the older you are, the wiser you are or w/e.
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28 / F / Hinamizawa
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Posted 12/27/08
what gives a person the right to critic an anime?
well i don't, it feels better just to enjoy them..
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Posted 12/27/08

zealtron wrote:

Well, judging by your opening post, I'd say our views of "critic" are different.

Anyways, in my definition, the so-called "Anime Critics" on CR are usually the people that have been around for a while and have posted numerous times on the forums. Those people are usually good critics, ie. Brylle, as you can see from his post (Dang, that post was long)

Also, age can also determine a good critic since usually the older you are, the wiser you are or w/e.


Age might be a matter but in Cr, it's useless because we can hide our real age. As of matter of fact, I saw 20 years old getting pwned by a 13 years old intelligent boy in a little debate showdown
Posted 12/27/08
If you're smart enough to critic an anime, why not? It doesn't matter how old you are as long as you know what you're saying you'll make a good critic. But as of now, I doubt those 13-14 year old kids can do it. =/
Posted 12/27/08 , edited 12/27/08

holy_may wrote:


zealtron wrote:

Well, judging by your opening post, I'd say our views of "critic" are different.

Anyways, in my definition, the so-called "Anime Critics" on CR are usually the people that have been around for a while and have posted numerous times on the forums. Those people are usually good critics, ie. Brylle, as you can see from his post (Dang, that post was long)

Also, age can also determine a good critic since usually the older you are, the wiser you are or w/e.


Age might be a matter but in Cr, it's useless because we can hide our real age. As of matter of fact, I saw 20 years old getting pwned by a 13 years old intelligent boy in a little debate showdown


Yes, I know that, which is why I said "can" instead of "will" or "is", I was just stating how it appears in most cases.
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Posted 12/27/08
me
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Posted 12/27/08
i don't know. i do watch a lot of anime...but not as much as to be a "critic". i know some good ones in cr though XD
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I haven't seen too many series, but I'm confident in my ability to be a solid anime critic. And I think I'll add a bit to Brylle's post on what other qualities make a good critic. ;)

One common problem I see with reviews and other comments of the sort is the shrouding of the line between a personal review and an objective review. Let's take a look at what a personal review is first. Many times, critics base their rating of a series on how enjoyable, understandable, pretty, etc., a series is based on their own opinion. This gives the series an unfair rating because opinions and preferences vary greatly between fans. For example, if a Narutard were to give a review for Naruto, then he would obviously give it a 10/10 because he thinks it is the best anime in the world, which is hardly the case. Similarly, if someone watches Lucky Star and doesn't see or get the countless parodies and jokes based on anime and Japanese culture, he's not going to enjoy the series and give it a low rating. These kinds of ratings are not only unfair, but could potentially deprive a fan who might actually enjoy the series that was given a low rating.

On the flip side, an objective review is an honest evaluation of a series with minimal opinion-influenced ratings. These reviews are much more useful and fair in informing fans of a series' true quality. Although there are still some opinionated decisions such as the art style, the story's complexity/coherence, character development, etc., an objective review will not give comments that are clearly biased towards a positive or negative side (unless the anime completely sucks, which is rare). Note that a good critic will always give the downside to an anime, because no anime is perfect (I have yet to see a perfect one). For example, many fans were unhappy with the ending of Death Note (as was I). However, an objective critic will not be bitter about the unsatisfactory ending and give the anime a low rating. Rather, he would look at the series as a whole and merely consider the ending to be a downside to the overall great series. Perhaps a fair 8.5/10 since the story, art, and characters were great while the ending and music (an unavoidably opinionated decision) were not as great.

And so, if you haven't already guessed, I believe an objective critic is going to be much better and give fairer, higher quality reviews. As for who are the best critics on CR, I have no clue. People could watch hundreds of series and still give biased reviews, so it really depends on who actually has given good reviews/comments/critiques on anime.

Thus ends the product of my boredom.
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Posted 12/27/08
IMO the BEST critic in LOVE Anime series is none other the ME
Just wanted everyone to know so if you need to discuss a love series look for me and ill help you out
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Posted 12/27/08
the ones that say the stuff and makes sense.......
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