Herms on Super Broly:
"It's like if you haven't seen the main series and they didn't have the same name, you wouldn't even know that the Freeza in the opening is the same character as the Freeza in the rest of the movie. They don't look the same and there's nothing to connection his actions in the second half of the movie to the first half."
"All the stuff he does in the opening is just to set up the main series, like his relationship with the Saiyans and the Namek arc and all that stuff, which is totally unrelated to what he does in the present day stuff because that's all following on from the Tournament of Power. His new position in the present day is kinda like Doctor Eggman where past a certain a point in the Sonic games the plot is always 'Eggman gets a new ally to try and conquer the world, and then the ally inevitably betrays him.'"
"Freeza apparently kept the exact same staff from the day he met the Saiyans up until Namek... It's like no one's died, no one's been replaced or hired in those 30 years."
"There's this one Far Side cartoon where the caption is 'Horses Introduced to North America'. And in this historical event, the picture is a bunch of Native Americans standing around with a bunch of horses, shaking hands. And the opening reminds me a lot of that cartoon. Where the joke is, it's this complex historical event that's been boiled down to this absurd thing where they're just standing around shaking hands. And the opening of this film where it's like 'Well how did Freeza meet the Saiyans'? Well we see in this film, Cold just shows up with Freeza one day and says 'Saiyans, this is Freeza, meet him.' How did the Saiyans get the scouters? Well, that day, Freeza said 'hey Saiyan, here are these scouters I have, take them and use them.' It feels very just... everything is the minimal amount of work."
Why is he so based, shitting on this movie while everyone else was sucking it off?