I might have been just a little bit inspired by a certain line in a certain Q&A, and, well, here’s some NMTD fanfic involving lockers, and History projects, and maybe a bit too much staring across classrooms at people that probably shouldn’t be stared at.
Love this. The Verges bit was genius, and the voicing is really lovely.
ibmiller said: So, you like A Bit Much also? I've been watching, and I think the technical and writing quality is just so much below Nothing Much To Do I'm having difficulty enjoying it. Benjamin and Bridget are sidelined, Pedro is so creepy and unlikeable - actually, the whole cast is more than a bit creepy and unlikeable. There are some funny moments, definitely, and the actors are doing a good job, but I just like NMTD better (hopefully this is the kind of talking you were hoping for. :)
Hey! Yes, I just found A Bit Much. I agree that the quality of basically everything is way better in NMTD, but I still found it enjoyable, and pretty funny. (Plus, you should know, I’m the sort of person that likes practically everything and everyone, so it’s kind of my nature :) I think the NMTD cast and crew was/is more concerned about keeping to Shakespeare’s plot, where as the other one has just loosely adapted it and taken a lot of liberties with it. Again, this is coming from the same girl who enjoyed the PJO movies, (so long as I separated them from the books in my head. If you try to compare them, the movies are utter crap.)
If I had to choose just one for whatever reason, NMTD would always win from now until eternity, easy.
Thanks for talking! :)
Well, as my NMTD Fan responses 1 indicated, I’m the opposite - I hate everything (except NMTD, and Jane Austen :).
I actually liked the second PJO movie, though rewatching the first one was painful. The second one has better writing, and significantly better understanding of what made the books work, even if some things were changed.
I just wish I liked any of the A Bit Much characters - they’re just all so immature, unkind, and shallow.