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• Sunday, April 9, 2017
Why do you have to try so hard to make life even harder for these idols and companies? Are you in such poor taste that you feel the need to tear these struggling groups and companies down even more? Low blow, Allkpop. Take this article down.
• Saturday, April 8, 2017
is : ''AT LEAST YOU TRIED '' author !
ALLKPOP ALL I CAN SAY AT THIS ARTICLE IS B A D! I felt bad and disgusted at you saying we would rotfl at someone in a small company and no money to produce a better one,trying to reach their dreams,doing their best with such small amount of money is brave,at least I think,but you can go on and oh,I forgot to say, FOR THIS ARTICLE>
• Monday, March 20, 2017
hmm, i'm not sure. some of mv's are just old and they all looked like that back then. and songs are still great, as with dbsk for example, their songs are masterpieces so i don't give a damn if they didn't spend millions of dollars just to keep you satisfied. some of mv's are really bad, i admit, but it just required more work. and so what? can you blame and hate people, laugh at them because they aren't rolling in cash? so freaking annoying. people still want to express themselves, to create, they want to live even if they don't have huge budget, and they have every right to do so. i never criticize them for "low budget" works because i just accept the fact that they probably didn't have more resources and did their best with what was available. it's not always about money, it's about skill and effort. what a sick and twisted trend is that to hate or dismiss something just because not enough money was spend on it? (appearance, clothing etc included) the idea behind the video (or anything else) is the only thing that's really important. i don't even watch most of those glamorous high budget things, because so often there is no meaning behind pretty faces and tons of money spent
• Saturday, November 19, 2016
I feel sorry for these groups actually. They ended up with budget budgets because their respective companies were unable to pull the resources to bring out a decent MV. However, not all of these songs are bad, strictly speaking. Some are odd, some are pretty decent or even good but they simply lack the MV power one of the big 3 would be able to send them off with. AKP though, yet again, brands these MV's as bad and insinuates that the accompanied music, you know, the thing it's all about, is bad too. I've had Cupid - I feel good on my playlist for quite some time now. Not because it's a great MV because it really lacks, but the song is just really uplifting and fun. It's not an SNSD song, not even close, but it's still fun to listen to. I personally feel that AKP should've done a better job in this article, pointing out the flaws of the MV instead of also bashing the songs. Shame.
• Thursday, October 6, 2016
the problem with these videos is not specifically the budget but the hability of the director to get an excellent result with less money than others. It not something that can't be done...
• Sunday, September 18, 2016
Miaoami • Sunday, September 18, 2016
Had to screenshot my response cuz akp thinks copying and pasting is the same as inserting a URL link. Sigh.
CamelKnight Miaoami • Saturday, November 19, 2016
actually it's the dots in the NOM name. They think it's a URL if you type a letter behind a dot. Still silly though.
• Friday, September 16, 2016
Considering TVXQ was an SM group, popular since their debut, and considering drive was part of their summer package album AND that it was filmed in 2004 (like... uhh idk 12 years ago) it's NOT really that low budget it's just old
• Thursday, September 15, 2016
Going to use this COMMENT to hold my replies as I find to time to listen to 21 songs.
krell • Thursday, September 15, 2016
MOA was not that good; but not terrible.
K-BOYS was pretty bad overall; strange dancing. Lead Vocal seemed not so bad though.
ACE seemed okay; but the song was odd.
SIXBOMB seemed like T-ARA song "Sexy Love" but NOT as good.
A-PRINCE said "Yes" and "No" too much!
DELIGHT seemed like 'poor' 2NE1 ; lots of shouting!
ANDA was eye candy, and not much else ; vocal pretty sketchy.
JYJ - Ayyy Girl ... SAP RAP.
WA$$UP - Twerking with Cleavage and a bad song.
ELIZABETH - Snakes, Guns, bad song.
AA - Back Back too much!
PURFLES - Said BAD too much!
WOMAN POWER - Singing good, Song bad.
SUPREME TEAM - LESS LOUD would be better.
GP BASIC - Song monotonous ; performance was okay.
A-FORCE - Song Boring.
CUPID - Not so bad; nothing great; visual group.
U-KISS - Nothing great, but bearable.
LPG - Song sounded RUSSIAN somehow; like a vodka drinking song.
NOM - Beefcake with a feminine 'twist' to it. Unique.
TVXQ - Nothing great, but was okay.
Variable krell • Sunday, April 9, 2017
The rapper in MOA was solid though. I hope she can make it somewhere else, cuz this group isn't gonna do it.
• Tuesday, September 13, 2016
the TVXQ one is actually not bad besides that god awful use green screen