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On the other hand one would think that Slott's Silver Surfer work was the greatest thing since sliced bread according to SD.
Spider-Man consistently sold in the better than most, while Silver Surfer was middling at best. Some fans of Watchmen and possibly Alan Moore himself began sneering at the thought of someone reading the comic because of the movie. And it happened as the trailers caused the comic to become a top-seller again.
Good for the comic, bad for Moore who doesn't make a cent off of Watchmen due to licensing. Used in-universe in Phonogram ; since the series is about a group of magicians who are not only indie-music snobs, but basically derive their magical power from their indie-music snobbery, there's naturally a lot of this about.
A quick read of each issue's crib sheets gives a few hints that the authors of the series might not be entirely free of this mindset either. There's a reasonable amount of self-awareness about it, however, and the Character Development in the first arc essentially revolves around the main character, if not exactly deciding to abandon this mindset, then at least deciding to be a bit less of an insufferable dick about it.
Film - Animated Disney animation often gets this treatment due to its influence and dominance in the animation world. Some, such as Ralph Bakshisee Disney as only creating Follow the Leader tendencies amongst competitors which discourages diversity in animated filmmaking.
A lot of Disney movies from the animated canon get this effect; while some of the most obscure and less popular movies such as The Black Cauldron and Treasure Planet are praised wildly, Disney's most popular films The Lion King is a prime example suddenly get bashed for their unevenness and plot issues, though this seems to be dying down. One of these successful Disney films, Frozenhas been subjected to this trope. The movie gets this treatment hard from the young male demographic.
Quite a few males enjoy the movie anyway, or at least parts of it. However, you're also likely to find men who originally ignored Frozen due to it just being another good-quality Disney princess movie that's not really for thembut began to resent it as it became the colossal juggernaut of a success that it is now. And after Big Hero 6 came out in Novemberfans noticed Frozen was hogging the movie fame spotlight. The Nightmare Before Christmas. Some fans feel this way because of it becoming a Cash Cow Franchise.
It doesn't help many buy Nightmare merch just to look Goth or Emo, not because they have actually seen the movie. Then add the Hate Dumb that thinks the movie sucks because they've seen the merch but have not actually seen the movie, and you get some pissed-off fans. Luckily, this is a Vocal Minority.
Poor guys got hit by this like a truck by the time the prequel took off. One small group of people was particularly turned off of it: When the pinball machine came out inthe existing pinball fans at the time, by and large, loathed the Austin Powers movies and were baffled as to how it became so popular or would rather pretend it was never popular in the first place.
Reviews of the pinball machine often cited the theme as a reason why it's bad with no further explanation, under the assumption that you, the reader, must hate the movies too.
It had poor build quality, disorganized rules, low-resolution art, and cacophonous sound balancing. That being said, pinball, by then, was aimed at a much older audience than the Austin Powers movies. Look at the The Avengersor really any popular Superhero film from the last decade or so.
Chances are, you will find vocal fans of the source material that absolutely hate the publicity and popularity the franchise has received in light of getting a movie adaptation. For instance, it's not uncommon to hear Marvel fans complaining about how they have to put up with a bunch of kids and "fangirls" because of the popularity of the MCU. Some complain because the popularity of the MCU has affected the comic universe.
Jackson version from the films. For that matter, the Hulk has rejoined the team after decades of hating them, and Phil Coulson has officially become a canon immigrant. The Superhero movie genre as a whole have gained a sizable backlash now that they're the highest grossing genre movies and have largely dominated the blockbuster landscape at the expense of other tentpole films.
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In alone, Wonder Woman and Spider-Man: Furthermore, several indie filmmakers like James Gunn and Patty Jenkins have moved away from directing edgy niche films in favor of more accessible and crowd-pleasing superhero flicks, leading to a talent vacuum.
For some, the current popularity of Superhero movies has eclipsed and overshadowed many other movies, leading to a homogenized film landscape and the collapse of many traditional genres. A Christmas Story suffers this, largely due to over-exposure from the hour marathon of the movie that's run every year at or around Christmas.
The Dark Knight has suffered this. Considering it's the 12th highest-grossing movie of all time, it seems that the higher the popularity, the higher the suck.
Batman managed to avoid this, if only because Tim Burton 's movie was so massively hyped and generated so much controversy that it was bound to attract the interest of everyone, whether they liked it or not.
Incidentally, Batman ended up attracting a surprise fourth demographic: Generally, It's Popular Now It Sucks only applies to works that enjoy a moderately high level of popularity. If a work becomes insanely popular, as Batman did in '89, it turns into a phenomenon so awesome that no amount of backlash can truly hurt it. Somewhat ironic, in that it mostly became popular via word-of-mouth and Vindicated by Cable. Twenty Years Laterwhich is seen as the "sell out" of the series, by some.
After the initial wave of glowing praise, the film garnered its fair share of detractors. The main reasons given by viewers who dislike the film are one or more of the following: Napoleon Dynamite was initially a relatively small-time indie film with limited release. It skyrocketed from cult hit to mainstream success seemingly overnight, and endless merchandising and commercialization of its catchphrases changed a lot of opinions just as quickly.
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James Cameron has made many critically acclaimed films, but it seems that to many on the Internet and even on TV Tropesthe more viewers his films get, the worse the film is. If it's popular enough, the film is placed in the same class as a Michael Bay film. Titanic at first actually got a decent amount of public and critical acclaim. The backlash set in both after it was clear it was going to make hundreds of millions, becoming the highest-grossing film of all time until Avatar came out, and the loads of Oscar nominations and wins it got.
At the same time, it was subject to Hype Backlash by people who consider the film flash over substance; a series of well-done set pieces offset by cardboard cutout characters. When Avatar came out, it had a skyrocket of public acclaim and defining the standard of the 3-D Moviewith many proclaiming 'Oh man, Avatar was awesome! Conversely, The Hurt Locker ; which was directed by Cameron's ex-wife Kathryn Bigelow, was Left for Dead as a box office flop until somehow, it came out of nowhere around awards time to huge critical acclaim, with many proclaiming, 'Avatar is Lame.
This is Best Picture right here'. For extra irony, in the wake of Avatar becoming the new highest grossing movie, it actually started to become trendy to like Titanic again. The one thing everyone agrees on with Avatar though - the visuals are incredible. The Artist suddenly got this. Some fans have accused him of being a sell out, a label he has no problem with. Most recently, people accuse Smith of being a sellout because he directed Cop Out for a studio from a script he didn't write.
This, despite the fact that he took a significant pay ''cut'' to ensure the film could have the R-rating he thought it deserved. The Collector's Edition contains a meta-example. The alternate commentaries in it are explained as existing because every other DVD commentary is always the cast and crew commenting on the development of the filmand a film like theirs deserves commentaries by college philosophers and movie critics instead. The sequels suffered from this because of the first movie's massive popularity.
It made such a significant impact on pop culture that practically every action movie made between and ripped off its special effects and cinematography and some movies are still doing it even today!
Full swing after making the movie adaptations of The Lord of the Rings. You'd be amazed at how many of his " fans " despise the fact he made a film that cost more than a million or so and look down on fans that were brought into the fold via The Lord of the Rings. Claims that he "sold out", "lost his touch", and "became a hack" are common in certain circles of his older fanbase. Not that he catches a break from those who became his fans because of Lord of the Rings; a widespread criticism of Jackson's King Kong was that it was very long a Jackson hallmarkpresumably because he'd become so popular he had Protection from Editors.
Immediately once the credits began rolling at the first screening of The Return of the King, fans began screaming for him to make a Hobbit movie. The legal battles that ensued, when it seemed that a movie would be made but Jackson would be denied the opportunity to direct, had fans frothing at the mouth at the very idea that someone else would be allowed to direct this movie. Finally, Jackson was announced as director, and fans were happy Cries of "he's become a hack", "he's blinded by greed", "he doesn't get Tolkien", etc.
The actual movies themselves have been widely accused of being too populist, being too focused on homages to the original trilogy, etc. In other words "Jackson's too popular, the original series is too popular, these movies will be too popular, so they suck, and so does he. The World was subject to an angry rant on a popular community discussing comics. The individual in question seemed to be incensed that Hollywood was actually making movies for geeks now, instead of mocking them.
Not only did he hate the film itself, but he hated the people it was about, made by and for. The term "hipster" was thrown around willy-nilly. He got more and more vitriolic as he realized his was a minority opinion, and was eventually banned when he said something untoward. Star Warsdespite being mostly an aversion when it first released, has suffered through this, especially when the prequels came out and George Lucas had his reputation take a nosedive.
Some film snobs have gone as far as blaming the popularity of Star Wars for killing off the New Hollywood era as the franchise's success convinced studio executives to bankroll movies based on their ability to generate money through sequels and merchandising.
And now that The Force Awakens is one of the top-grossing films of all time adjusted for inflation, only the film in the series has made morecombined with Disney having "de-canonized" the old EU, it's worse. Early in his career, he gained a cult following, most of his early films did well, but not huge numbers at the box office.
However, as his films became more popular, the Hate Dumb grew and grew, in large part due to his popularity with the Goth and Emo crowd, and much because of this trope.
It seems to be mostly due to the misconception that he and his movies are all whiny, mopey, self-indulgent navel-gazers, missing the part where he's actually pretty funny and doesn't take himself that seriously at all. Just watch this interview. I'm feeling a bit It becomes very silly when people accuse Transformers, a franchise that was created specifically to sell toysof selling out.
This being Transformers fandom, a Broken Base if ever there was one, there's also a very vocal segment that runs counter to this trope, and cheered every time it topped charts.
Transformers is somewhat a subversion as more fans were happy with the movies success as it made the franchise relevant again in the eyes of the public. More relevance means more plastic and even better, more die-cast metalwhich has always made 'True Fans' happy even if they despised the related series.
On the other hand, part of the reason why Transformers: Generation 1 purists hate the movies so much is because of their popularity; they're pissed that more people are familiar with the hyper-detailed CGI Transformers starring in big, dumb action movies than their original, not-very-detailed cartoon incarnations.
Fans of more widely praised incarnations such as Beast WarsTransformers Animatedand Transformers Prime also react this way if they dislike the movies. Johnny Depp is an extreme example of this for actors. After years of toiling away in often-quirky roles in mainstream and off-the-wall fare to frequent critical acclaim, he parlayed his eccentric stylings into 's Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearland became one of the biggest movie stars in the world.
Critics effectively went into mourning as the smaller projects he used to alternate big films with have dwindled, seeing him as "squandering" his talent on mindless Lowest Common Denominator fare. North American audiences ultimately tired of him in The New '10s as those movies and his roles in them grew stale with The Lone Ranger 's Box Office Bomb status the death knell.
His ex-wife Amber Heard calling him out as a Domestic Abuser in made matters much worse — though he remains popular internationally, the Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them filmmakers have received a lot of criticism from the Harry Potter fandom for not recasting his role with someone who doesn't have his personal baggage. The TRON fandom was actually quite accepting of the newcomers. Food Often inverted for Gluten-Free diets.
Outside of places like California or Boulder, CO, if you had a gluten allergy in the 90s Now that Gluten-free diet has become a fad diet or that people are actually more aware of Gluten-free dietsthose with Gluten allergies can actually go out to eat more often and actually not have to shop at expensive health food stores. Course, those are still the best places to go if you have a gluten allergy, but still. Unfortunately, this also comes with a downside: However other fad diets this has played through, some of them aren't actually meant to be taken seriously and are often misunderstood.
Atkins isn't eating nothing but meat forever and ever, and the Grapefruit Diet isn't eating just grapefruit. It's eating grapefruit before each meal One easily noticeable trait among food enthusiasts is their total disdain for any chain restaurant. Chain restaurants get noticeably worse reviews on sites like Yelp than local restaurants.
The most extreme eat from a single small and nondescript place that's hard to notice and nowhere else, and deride other food enthusiasts for eating anywhere else.
However, there is another group that inverts this phenomenon: Chain restaurant fans, who by and large ignore local restaurants, embracing It's Unpopular, So It Sucks. In the specialty coffee world, admitting to liking Starbucks is the same as admitting to cannibalism.
Pretty prevalent among beer enthusiasts—it's as if the quality of the beer is inversely proportional to how much beer the company makes. Also, for the more hardcore cases, if the beer maker does so much as create an advertisement or license its name, the beer automatically becomes garbage—good beers spread through word-of-mouth alone. Justified for most wines.
Producing good wine depends on a combination of the land, the vines, and the care taken by the vintners; there are ways to increase yield and speed production to meet increased demand, but these almost always mean sacrificing some measure of the quality of the final product. It's hard to find any carnivore who doesn't love chicken wings. It's very easy, on the other hand, to find people who hate the massive explosion in popularity for the things that began in the late 90's, because it took what used to be the absolute cheapest part of the bird and drove prices through the roof, where they've remained ever since.
Literature The Hunger Games. Dear God, The Hunger Games. It was, upon its release, universally acclaimed and met with glowing reviews from critics and readers alike.
Then, about the time The Movie came out, its popularity skyrocketed, the movies received stellar reviews from critics and audiences alike, and a small but incredibly vocal Hatedom led by an army of Hipsters rose up. Divergent even more so than The Hunger Gamesas The Hunger Games is still typically considered to be great dystopian literature, whereas it's harder nowadays to find people who will openly admit to liking Divergent.
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The widely disliked movies certainly didn't help. This happened to Harry Potter with the massive turnout for Order of the Phoenix — many "fans" assumed J.
Rowling could get away with writing absolute crap from then on. However, they didn't so much drop the fandom as stick around to complain about everythingthus proving their worth as True Fans. Happened to a lesser extent with the influx of new fans the film brought, but the fact that most of them read the books anyway reassured the original fanbase somewhat.
A lot of long-time book fans of The Lord of the Rings were unhappy with the caliber of fans introduced to LotR by the movie trilogy. Many "old-school" fans consider the movie lovers shallow and frivolous, especially if said movie lovers were subsequently turned on to the books by the movies. In one way at least it was quite relevant that older fans of the books hated the success of the movies- it made buying replacements for your now venerable and worn copies extraordinarily expensive.
As with most major movie merchandising, every older print of the book suddenly disappeared, only to be replaced with new editions with oversized, tie-in covers Tolkien's books had always had a great deal of secondary literature books about the bookseven a few written by J.
But that's nothing compared to the dismissive attitude they have toward fans of the TV show that have yet to read the books. They refer to them as "Unsullied" and speak of them the way you'd speak of particularly immature children.
The Twilight series by Stephenie Meyer has gained a substantial hatedom merely because of how insanely popular the books are among young girls. West Virginia mountain momma.
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