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Added by Monstermaster on 14 Oct 2016 04:28
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Celebs I Sympathize With

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Average listal rating (1722 ratings) 7.3 IMDB Rating 0
After what happened between her and Russell Brand and later with John Mayer, I think she deserves better.
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Average listal rating (513 ratings) 6.6 IMDB Rating 0
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I put Simon on here because we both like cartoons and Disney movies, are both very honest - in Simon's case - brutally honest, and like him i'm not afraid to speak my mind. Of course I don't break as many hearts as he does though. I also know what i like and what I don't like, and when I say I don't like something like say a certain show, website, franchise, movie, comic or character I have my reasons and am not afraid to share them - of course like Simon, I have had my share of people who have argued with me about my opinions and have called me out, but like Simon - I am only expressing my opinion and not offending anyone...if they get upset with me for any reason whatsoever... that's mostly their problem if they can't handle criticism and resort to slinging figurative mud at me to make up for it or act like a whiny teenager. As someone who can actually handle criticism - I at least can tell the difference between actual criticism and something like "omg this story sucks!" - I can honestly tell that if you expect me to say something nice about a site that's meant for trolling purpose or a forum that's full of complete bassholes, then forget it - that would be lying...and I would only be doing it to get people like that to shut up. Besides, i'm all about honesty. I sympathize with Simon and can relate to him a lot, I mean yeah I know he's brutally honest and what he says to the contestants isn't nice but he's just telling it like it is, he's telling you what he thinks and there are oversensitive contestants that throw hissy fits over it just because of what he told them. You don't think Simon knows how you feel? Simon was a victim of bullying and of being picked on when he was younger too you know, it's true. He's only doing his job and there's nothing wrong with that. And yes as I mentioned, I see myself in him sometimes.
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Average listal rating (409 ratings) 7.7 IMDB Rating 0
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Average listal rating (182 ratings) 6.8 IMDB Rating 0
I LOVE this guy, he is one of my favorite directors and it saddens me to hear that people are still accusing him of being responsible for the incident on the set of the Twilight Zone movie, when really nobody knows anything about what set it off to begin with, and I even really bad for him because movies like Blues Brothers 2000 put his directing career on hiatus for a while until he did episodes of 'Masters Of Horror' and a few other tv show episodes before coming back with Burke and Hare. Ugh. I hate it when people bring up that accident and always assume that it was Landis's fault to begin with - it was just a series of accidents that lead to one big accident in general, nothing more and nothing less - Landis is NOT a murderer. They made a reference to it in that awful John Belushi biopic "Wired" as well with the sound of a helicopter in the background during the scenes with Landis.
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Average listal rating (138 ratings) 4.6 IMDB Rating 0
When I read Leno's autobiography I discovered what a rough time he had been through even before becoming a comedian and also when I heard about the book 'The Late Shift' and how he was pretty much being pushed around by his controlling dragoness of a manager Helen Kushnik (played in the movie adaptation by Kathy Bates), I learned that even the brightest of comedic superstars can have a rough-start. Also regarding the late war of 2010..neither him or Conan O'Brien were responsible and to be honest it was the network's fault in particular that of Jeff Zucker, and both of them were screwed over in lots of ways, sure Leno was involved a little - but the Jay Leno Show didn't do well because it was at a different time-slot. And also regarding Conan, it was a smart move for him to refuse the midnight timeslot - it was the 10'0 Clock PM timeslot instead of the 11:35 PM timeslot which was the timeslot for "The Tonight Show With Jay Leno". Both of these guys were screwed over by NBC and while I do get where most Conan fans are coming from, it's Leno I feel the most sympathy for. After all, the Tonight Show was his dream come true. It sickens me that even today some people mainly think that he's the bad guy including Howard Stern (who has ALWAYS had issues with him) and several others, I mean...it's just sad and pathetic. I'm happy he's doing what he likes now and hosting his garage show on Youtube but I still think that he deserves better after how he was treated.
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The media was just flat out cruel and insensitive especially during the late 2000's and once those pesky rumors started spreading around him. MJ never deserved to be treated the way he did and I think this definitely shows in some of his more autobiographical works, especially when you look at 'Ghosts' (1996) - the Maestro (played by MJ himself) is viewed as a freak by the Mayor because he's different than the people in Normal Valley and also this serves as a mirror of sorts to MJ's own personal life considering how in the early to late 90's all sorts of nasty rumors about him and accusations of him being a child-molester arose and the media had the habit of making him some kind of joke/punchline and treated him like he was some kind of psychopathic sideshow freak rather than the eccentric but good-hearted person he truly was (heck, they're still trying to dig up information about him even though he passed away in 2009 which I don't think is nice at all, and there are still people who believe he was guilty and that he was a child-molester) - the Mayor (also played by MJ) gathered the townspeople and talked them into being his angry mob because he himself viewed the Maestro as a freak. Those people don't understand what really went on at all. And it doesn't help that people like Martin Bashir tried to make a big deal out of how he is kind enough to let kids come to his house - it's NOT pedophilia, okay? MJ did NOT sleep with little children - he had them over for sleepovers, yes..but he didn't sleep with them or do anything sexual to them. Also screw Tom Sneddon - what a heartless judge he is. And screw Joe Jackson too, he truly is one of the worst fathers in history.
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