before I press on, allow me to gush for a minute, meus bebês: MUSETTA. FUCKING. VANDER. in a glorified B-movie that amounts to plotless absurdity and overblown fanservice (which - through the magic of childhood nostalgia - I love, by the way), while everyone else has to act serious and talk about ‘defending the realm of Earth’ without busting out into fits of hysterical laughter, this chick gets to act psycho, diva the fuck out, and look like an 80s glam-metal goddess the likes of which could only properly be viewed in the form of a colorfully-illustrated album cover. over-the-top to the absolute nth degree, it’s fitting that she gets to play the queen, because she’s clearly the head bitch in charge. her messy, raven-hued wig unraveling carelessly down her back, white highlights streaking down her shoulders, bubblegum lipstick and heavy eyeshadow adorning her face, twirling around in her pink lycra bodysuit (which is easy-to-wear, but hard-to-rock, by the way), she embraces her inner bad actress for the kind of campy, cringe-inducing, 50s sci-fi typecast role that wins Razzies. bad acting is one thing, but bad acting done well is the kind of thing that makes cult classics (just ask Ed Wood): and this lady here pulls it off. refusing to phone it in, she delivers the kind of lines that allow the movie to poke fun at itself mercilessly without the slightest hint of subtlety or satirical grace. cackling like a lunatic, whipping her wig about and belting out a top-of-her-lungs scream the likes of which would makes Jamie Lee Curtis herself blush, Queen Sindel is yet another reminder to me that sometimes - just like candy, positively delicious but absolutely devoid of any beneficial nutrients or healthy ingredients whatsoever - it’s good to be bad.
of course, it’s all about niche appeal - in the same way that dessert would never make a reasonable four-course meal, you can’t go around making bad movies if you want your franchise to be taken seriously: hence why the Transformers movies should be forever bombed into the realm of obscurity.
that person is RIDICOLOUS !!!!! and have a really problem in the eyes ! yeaah
All I have to say for this is wow.
So, I’ve gotten used to the fact that about 50% of the Elle tag is dedicated solely to “Ugh, Elle was awful, I’m so glad she’s gone.” First of all people, she left like 7 years ago. I think it’s about time to move on!
Second, no one yet has given an actual reason to hate Elle that can’t be disproven or that isn’t directly comparing her to Emily.
But this is the most ridiculous answer I have ever seen. The reason Elle didn’t belong on the team was because… she wasn’t pretty enough??????
All I have to say to the lovely person who posted this “opinion” is: