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The Funniest Internet Commenter of the Week for Friday, June 22nd

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by Matt Singer
June 22, 2012 11:31 AM
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"Brave."
As part of its ongoing effort to catalog the rapid debasement of the English language, Criticwire created the Funniest Internet Commenter of the Week Award, bestowed upon one remarkable web denizen for their outstanding achievement in the field of crazy. As always, the Funniest Internet Commenter of the Week has not been edited in any way. Someone actually wrote this. No, seriously.

The Funniest Internet Commenter of the Week for Friday, June 22nd:

"Joshua"
Commenting at Rotten Tomatoes on Todd McCarthy's Review of "Brave."

For the record, he also gave Cars 2 a fresh review. Then again, so did I, but you know what I mean...

Congratulations, Joshua! For encouraging others to dismiss a writer's review based on their past critical history, and for bashing said writer for enjoying a movie you yourself likedyou are the Funniest Internet Commenter of the Week. You are what "Brave" is all about.

To nominate someone for the Funniest Internet Commenter of the Week Award, email a link to matt@indiewire.com. To read past winners go to our Funniest Internet Commenter Archive.

3 Comments

  • Corey Atad | June 22, 2012 11:49 AMReply

    I actually kind of understand Joshua's position here. Basically, he's giving a warning to others. The fact that he also liked Cars 2 is incidental since clearly he recognizes his own outsider opinion on the matter. Assuming most people thought Cars 2 was terrible, maybe knowing that the reviewer liked it is a sign that his opinions are a little beyond what most people would agree with.

    Are you still crazy if you recognize your own craziness?

  • what? | June 22, 2012 1:47 PM

    didn't mean to come off as insulting though. sorry. but yes, a crazy person is still crazy if they recognize their own craziness. that's a no-brainer really.

  • WHAT? | June 22, 2012 1:45 PM

    Corey, i don't want to call your question dumb but the answer is self-evident. Yes, a crazy person is still crazy whether or not they know they're crazy. Knowing your problem doesn't change the fact that it's still there.

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