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Blaze The Movie Fan is a commentator and reviewer from Iceland making him one of the two commentators from there, the other being MrSirRaven. Even though he is part of the CC, commentaries are not the main topic of his channel, movie reviews are hence his name.

He is best known for his thick Icelandic accent, the fact that he swears like a sailor as well as his love of Coca-Cola, movies and the Pokémon franchise. The reason his name is Blaze The Movie Fan is because movies are the main topic of his channel.

He mainly commnetates on movie reviews, as movies are his biggest passion. He does commentate on other kinds of videos as well such as other commentaries, game reviews and sometimes a political video.

History Edit

Blaze became a commentator in 2010. Back then he wasn't aware of the commentary community, his first commentary was on TheArchfiend, and it was a positive one. Later he discovered Shadsilvson11, which was his biggest inspiration for commentaries.

After getting a lot of backlash he quit commentaries in 2012 for 3 years, but came back to it in 2015, he quit again by the end of that year just to return a few months later. In 2016 he wanted to join Bunch of Pseudo Intellectuals and Federation of the Exalted but got ignored by B.O.P. and rejected by F.O.X. But he eventually collaborated with someone named Mr. Demon Slayer.

In 2017 he decided he no longer wants to join B.O.P., or try to impress the commentary community but instead focus on entertaining his fans.

In 2018 he finally joined a commentary group, that group is F.U.C.K. He left the group later that year since he didn't want to me in a commentary group anymore, but is thankful for the opportunity.

Avatars Edit

He never uses an avatar, because he prefers showing himself on camera while commentating.

He occasionally has fictional characters appear in his commentaries (like Ned Flanders, Moe or Peter Griffin), also voiced by Blaze, but they don't represent his points of view and are sometimes used for comic relief.

People that commentated on him Edit

ControversyEdit

Even though he wasn't a bandwagon in 2011, he still got backlash for a few of his commentaries through comments. The two commentaries he got most backlash for were his commentary on The Amazing Atheist and Shane Dawson.

In late 2012 he made a commentary on MSkull01, which got backlash since he missed the jokes and the points MSkull was trying to make. There were problems with other videos he made back then mainly the fact that he repeated himself and only watched the video once before commentating. That caused him to quit commentaries for three years.

In early 2016 he got a great deal of backlash for his commentary on MasterTP10, and many of his later commentaries got commentated on as well, resulting in him to become a large bandwagon. The most common problem with his commentaries of 2016 is that he missed the point the person in the original video was trying to say, was very biased and skipped important parts of the video. His commentary on Autumn Chan was an honorable mention on Doodletones's worst commentaries of 2016 video.

He also has many unpopular opinions on commentaries. He doesn't think subjective points are as bad as most of the CC does. He also doesn't like when commentators get on people's cases for agreeing.

Positive commentariesEdit

Blaze likes making positive commentaries, where he adds something to the points he's commentating on instead of arguing with them. The reason he makes these is because he likes praising videos he enjoys watching.

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