BigRebel (Everything Unlimited) roared into global consciousness in 2013, with a neatly crafted offering of Unlimited Movies, Games, Music, & Books, and a quaint notion that being apart of something is more fun than just owning or renting something. BigRebel is a step bigger than a brand; it’s a culture. Our openness and enthusiasm strike a chord with people, wherever they are in the world. BigRebel didn’t set out only to create the largest and most diverse offering of multi-media content out there with one membership, but to celebrate a culture of open individualism. The BigRebel philosophy recalls an era before various forms of entertainment — performance arts, film, literature, games, and Music — were locked up, branded, and distributed into exclusive devices, operating-systems, consoles, and set-top boxes. All are supported under the BigRebel roof, where there’s simply respect for the honesty and enjoyment of the entertainment. Inclusiveness, authenticity, enthusiasm. It’s a simple and sincere pitch that has winged BigRebel across the world. BigRebel says simply there’s no “blockbuster” for the individual, there no magic formula from hollywood or Major game studios that dictates the “right way” to produce a game or movie or author a book. Free from any advertising, free from corporate dictation, what content do you truly enjoy, free from your shackles, what content could you enjoy. day to dream. Since launching our web-sphere presence at Whiley Park B-Dos, BigRebel has spread its own version of meta-ethical entertainment relativism and championed what entertainment shouldn't be, packaged and branded, around the globe. Join the struggle!
Descriptive entertainment relativism is merely the positive or descriptive position that there exists, in fact, fundamental disagreements about whether someone will be entertained by a particular title — movie , song, book, or game — even when the title is the very same. It is the observation that different cultures have different entertainment standards or thresholds — in the non-universal sense, beyond which they may be entertained. it is an admission that cookie-cutter movies, re-branded games and the same actions movies over and over are not entertaining in all historical, individual, and cultural circumstances.
Meta-Ethical Entertainment relativists believe not only that people disagree about what is entertaining, but that the terms such as “good”, “bad, “fun”, “boring” do not stand subject to universal truth at all, they are relative to the traditions, convictions, or practices of an individual or a group of people.realtive to the past games we have played or movies we have watched, or the billbaords we haev been exposed to. We compare new releases hopelessly to the last, each episode to the previous. There is no universally fun thing to do or book to read.
Therefore, in our overly advertised and dogmatic world governed by advertising budgets and gaming engine limitations, underpaid authors, and struggling actors,where arevery own perceptions and wants and needs are not really our own, what can we do. Wehave an idea. Join the struggle!
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