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deskpro2k3 said:

archer9234 said:


No. You are wrong. Not everyone thinks that way. I decide if I want to spoil information about a movie/game etc. or not. Example: I still haven't watch Star Wars 7. I'm waiting for all 3 films to be complete. Then buy the boxset. Guess what: I decided I didn't care if I read some spoilers. I know Han dies, and why. Still buying the movies, once all 3 are done.

Congratulations, I guess.

Seriously though, I never said everyone thinks that way. I said your overall experience diminishes if you know all the spoilers. To say that is not true is a lie. I do not believe you..

If i knew Han Solo was going to die before I watch the movie I won't be shocked and surprised when it happens no matter how many times I rewatch it.

I'm still gonna love watching the film. Regardless if a major point is spoiled by me. I still haven't watched episode 3. But, I sure know about how it ended. With all the memes and jokes, with high ground. And NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO. I don't rely on being shocked and surpised, to enjoy a movie. The overall experience is what I like. Half the time, I guess endings of movies. While I'm watching it. A lot movies and shows plaster too many clues. A person talks about a collar on the cat, in Men in black. And the movie bothers to show that scene. Guess where orion's belt was...