Mauler just presents himself much better and has the benefit of only applying this method to films that are genuinely bad, when he could just as easily do it to, say Pulp Fiction, or any list of great films
I was not saying it in an "Lol your opinion invalid form"I hold similiar views regarding film analysis in general, and I appreciate and respect his efforts to deliver thorough criticism.
You can disagree with him, but outright dismissal is pretty poor form.
I know I've watched some of his reviews but I can't remember much about them, but that's probably because I like to put on long YouTube rants when I go to sleep.
I have watched his videos, I agree with a lot of the points in them, but because of his insistence on nitpicking specific instances within a single scene he ends up giving far to much credit to tiny details or loses context with specific details within a scene, criticizing them but forgetting the context that specific scenes, actions and other such stuff has within the films he judges.He wouldn't be able to generate 6+ hours of content from a good movie. Have you even seen his videos? He's not complaining about the orientation of buttons on the lapel of an extra changing between shots, fuckwit.
That's how I got in to him, horrendously long youtube videos/podcasts about something interesting quietly playing are the only way I can snatch any sleep sober and he delivers. His two furry chums Rags and Wolf are actually alright as well, if I was making a Schindlers List for furries I'd put them on it. All the targets he so long windedly and politely shits on are fully deserving of it as well, H-Bomber guy, Rian Johnson, Patrick H Willems etc.