¿Está feo reírse de enfermedades ajenas...?
The Diagnostic and Statistical Handbook of Mental Disorders Fifth Edition – aka DSM-5 – has identified Zack Snyder Syndrome as ‘the persistent expectation that a Zack Snyder film will be anything other than a soggy wash of CGI swill plumped up with foolish pretensions and belabored stupidity’.
It registers as a mental illness because of a ‘complete denial of reality and the repeated assumption that future results will proceed from identical initial conditions.
We have seen people again and again come with this. They expect Watchmen to be good: and it isn’t. Then they expect Sucker Punch to be good. Again, not great, or good even. Then they go to see Man of Steel and despite repeated warnings and Zack Snyder’s name appearing prominently on publicity materials, they expect it to be great and it isn’t.
This leads us to Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice and the strange phenomena that people were still expecting it to be good.
At this point, we felt as a body that we ought to step in and diagnose this as an actual condition. Hopefully in the future people who expect a Zack Snyder film to be good will be able to seek treatment in good time.
Aquí lo tenéis todo al completo.
¿Sabéis lo que da más rabia...? ¡Que con gente tan ingeniosa pòr ahí acaben dando los trabajos a unos que no saben golpear las teclas con más pericia que el virtual chimpancé shakespìriano...!
PS: El despido de Zack Snyder, la INOCENTADA favorita de hoy. Una que se terminará convirtiendo en verdad.