The most disgusting, filthy, and degrading channel ever to have existed. (At least in more recent years.) The nature of MTV's shows tend to glorify the blonde-haired, blue-eyed, over-tanned, Californian aesthetic, that of which is more often than not, accompanied by an extremely ridiculous lack of intellectual quality. They exploit this aesthetically-fitting persona to its narcissistic audience that loves nothing more than to surround themselves in their own pathetic auras, namely, that of their identical friends and the stars of MTV's supposed "reality" shows. For this reason, MTV fans watch in awe as blonde girls say the word "like" precisely 52 times in one scene. Fans enjoy watching people just like them shop, gossip, and degrade themselves on national television. Fans enjoy watching (and thus making the shows possible)these over-privileged, melodramatic teenagers complain about how much their lives suck, when truth be told, at that exact instant, millions of real people are dying of starvation and poverty. It is a shame that these super-stereotypical people are worthy of their own shows and it is an even bigger shame that the once righfully-named Music Television chooses to produce shows of such a nature. But perhaps the biggest disappointment of all is in humanity and its truly enigmatic interest in such brain-washing trash. MTV is a waste of electricity.
MTV makes me sick, as do those who watch it.
One of many American Movie Classics theatres located in San Diego county. Surroundings include a Mormon bookstore, an arcade, Trader Joe's and Pier 1 Imports.
Serves as a usual hangout for the East-Side La Jolla kids.
Most of them are in La Jolla High School's seminar and are all quite nice to get along with. Some however, are snobbish and act exclusively. Generally, the AMC 12 is most populated by East-side La Jolla kids when movies like Harry Potter, The Pirates, and other fantastical, action-related movies premiere. More often than not, they will dress accordingly with the movie's characters.
Last night at AMC 12, I saw my entire seminar class dressed up as wizards at the Harry Potter premiere.