The one drawback to being a Digimon fan:
"Isn’t it a Pokemon knock-off?"
But like, ain’t it funny how “Mega Evolution” is now a Pokemon thing when it was quite obvious that Digimon cornered that market. Any Digimon fan stanned so hard for WarGreymon and WereGarurumon.
i think this could be useful for the people who is not totally sure about spend their money in this movie, it has their good and bad points, but generally is a great movie, so please, let’s show them that “An Hispanic story” can be as good as any other one, or even better!.
i get annoyed when people generalize “hispanics”
its like those people who think that in the lowest parts of south america people are like mexicans
anyways thanks, im gonna watch this movie whenever i can
This movie looks amazing, too. Ever since I saw the trailer, I’ve been telling people to go watch it when it’s released. I think it’ll be a huge surprise, and hopefully a sleeper hit like the first How To Train Your Dragon! It took that film almost a month until it hit #1.
I understand that he’s supposed to be a concerned parent and all, but he’s just coming off very whiny and over-bearing.
Excuse you but if it suddenly became apparent to you how your only son is taking on extremely dangerous missions that endanger his life on a daily basis after witnessing that fact first hand; I think you’d be a bit overprotective and over-bearing of him as well. :///
Again, I agree that he should be concerned. Also, of course Steven is risking his well-being as a gem, BUT, I will strongly emphasize that Greg should have known about these mission via. Rose*. And it’s not like all of these missions/battles happen away from home. There’s been enough happening around town that he should have seen or acknowledged the dangers involved with being a gem. I get that magic and the gems scare him because of how he lost Rose; magical rules probably confuse him and may now anger him as a result.
I’m mostly commenting on how he’s expressing his concern. It is very over-bearing to the point where it’s just whiny. In both cases that Greg’s been around, Steven’s been the voice of reason and has been the maturest individual in each instance. With Lapis, Steven took matters into his own hands and used his (and I’m assuming it’s an extension of Quartz’ gem) calming abilities to have a conversation with her and give her what she wanted. With Pearl, he took his father’s words and applied them to a daring and harry predicament.
Everyone’s fixated on that notion that he’s being a dad, but there’s more to it than that. Think about it beyond that sliver of “he’s so concerned and wants to be in his life, excuuuuuse me, but you’d do the same if you had children!”
With the events and what we - and Steven - learned from Lapis, there can only be more danger ahead. I wouldn’t want the one person who should believe in Steven end up being a roadblock.
*I am being presumptuous here and hoping they had a pretty healthy relationship, which is essentially hinted at from Greg. He said they were inseparable and I’m going to assume that they shared everything - dangers surrounding missions included.
Because, he’s the least interesting and the least appealing out of everyone in the Red Band Society. And given next week’s preview, I’m not sure things will change - at least for me.
It’s also kind of sad that no matter what Leo does for anyone, they all just turn around an mock him for his ailments. Emma jabbed at his driving skills, Jordi’s going to call him a gimp, kid can’t get a break.