TV’s Frink said:
I guess the difference is that Mark didn’t get the Luke or the movie he originally wanted, but he also understands that doesn’t make the movie bad.
The difference with whom? It seems logical to me, that if you dislike a movie, it’s not the movie you wanted. It seems falicious to me, to assume that automatically means the reverse is also true, if someone says TLJ is not the movie they wanted, that must also be the reason they think it is bad. This is what we call a false equivalence. I will do another one:
Since Frink thinks TLJ is good, it must have been exactly the movie he wanted, or more generally, TLJ fans think the movie is good, because it’s exactly the movie they wanted.
you confuse me
Frink has a habit of perpetuating the false belief, that criticism of TLJ stems from not getting what you wanted. He made a similar erroneous statement in response to NeverarGreat’s criticisms yesterday, and now seems to be making another blanket statement, that Mark Hamill is different from some undefined group of people, that in his mind dislike TLJ, solely because they didn’t get the Luke Skywalker they wanted.
maybe he does, maybe he doesn’t. You seem to have a habit of bringing up Luke’s supposed hatred of TLJ to defend your opinions.