kusunoki masashige wrote:
And vlune was fun and stuff, but I thought the point of the whole project was to be a satire of a daily vlogger, pretending to be an actual vlogging channel, wasn't it? Some episodes still felt like that, but with others I got the impression of a third person point of view a bit too much…and I know you can't quite circumnavigate this when you want a certain story to be told and want the vids to look cinematographically pleasing. But for me, it kind of took away quite a bit from the illusion of watching "Adrian, daily vlogger" and felt more like watching just some show about a pretty dense daily vlogger-character and his adorable sidekick. Still very entertaining, and I loved seeing more of Greg, but because of these inconsistencies I kind of enjoyed vlogvember more.
Yes when that happened that pulled me out of the story especially when it switched mid-video and I didn't get why. I liked the last episode but I didn't love it like I did the one of Vlogvember, also because it's like.. has Adrian now REALLY learned? And what has he learned? Didn't he learn that last time too? What would have been cool but maybe not fitting with what he wanted to do, was some character development for Greg. Like, make Adrian learn Greg something.
I liked what he wanted to show with Greg and his silence. And him ending up OF COURSE not having showed up to his media circus at Vidcon.
Also liked: Beth. And feeling sorry for her. She could have been even more deranged for me, haha. Make her scary.
I did really really like Vlune still but for me he didn't have
to go out with a bang or anything, like with Vlogvember. And it was almost like everyone was now expecting that?
I think he has more ideas and a lot of talent and I'm really interested to see what he's going to do next.