dimanche 19 juin 2011

Geek Mode discute #21 : Blackadder


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3 comments :

Kevin from Winnipeg a dit...

I'm sorry for writing in English, I can understand French and I manage to get my way around speaking it, but I don't think I'm so good at writing it. You mentioned in the video that you listened to the series in English, so I presume you will understand this.

As someone who comes from Winnipeg, it's interesting to hear the opinion of people from Quebec about such an English classic.

It's not only popular back in England, but also here. Needless to say it's a favorite of mine. It's a culturally significant series with intelligent humor and I was really disappointed that the fat one let the other 2 idiots speak at all after they clearly established they didn't understand the series or respect good humor in general.

Might I remind you one of them was so low to bring "Friends" in the discussion. You should never mix those two. In fact, never mention absolute crap such as this in the review of something as well-thought of as Blackadder and its fine lines of dialogue.

Bob a dit...

I'm gonna reply in English then.

It's sad that a comment with which I would otherwise agree (on terms of Blackadder having "fine lines of dialogue" and being of higher worth than Friends) has to be this hostile and I'm not talking about calling me fat, because this is objectively true.

I mean, these people you're calling "idiots" are good friends and I respect their opinion. Not only that, having a variety of opinions is not a bad thing. We disagree all the time and I'm not forced to like what they like just like they're not forced to like what I like either. We do reviews and we try to always give a variety of explained opinions so that all kinds of people can decide whether or not they agree and if they should try what we're talking about. This is not about to change.

Solo the CyberpunK a dit...

L'humour, comme nous le mentionnons dans le vidéo, est quelque chose de relatif. Par rapport à la culture, mais aussi par rapport au goût personnel.

Par exemple, chez nous au Québec, un de nos classiques est l'émission La Petite Vie. Je suis certain qu'à l'étranger, cette série ne semblerait pas drôle du tout, alors que pour nous, c'est hilarant.
http://youtu.be/g3PQJve4UZ0

Côté opinion, je ne suis pas un fan de l'humour des sitcoms américain (ni anglais apparemment). J'aime plutôt l'humour de Jean-Thomas Jobin, André Sauvé, Les Denis Drolets, 3 humoristes que même au Québec, certaines personnes ne sont pas capable d'endurer. C'est vraiment une question de goût.

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