I agree, but I had to make an exception because that video really needs more exposure. It's a direct threat to amateur movie criticism, hack youtubers, hack journalists, shills and people that choose to revel in their own ignorance. It's an attack on laziness. It's essentially a direct threat to the Disney/Studio system of making movies, because it makes it clear how personal films like Star Wars 1-6 actually are and how they can't be cloned ad infinitum. It's a threat to the Star Wars brand as it exists right now under Disney. Like one of the commenters said:
>If it was easy, every studio would be doing it. It's not easy, it's a singular cocktail that everyone loves to drink, but only one barman can make.
This type of thinking is a fantastic gateway to auteur theory for normies, it's the type of attitude that's just a pure net positive for cinema as a whole. Nothing but good can come out of it.
I've also seen how much anger the video has caused in certain circles, it's marvelous. The video is a ticking time bomb and has the potential to really terraform the YouTube/consoomer/Star Wars cultural landscape.
As Armond White famously said:
>With the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Hollywood injects banality into young and gullible viewers; it places them on a cultural version of the autism spectrum.
this type of content helps reverse that damage. It's correctional behavioral therapy for retards like Chris Stuckmann.