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Internet Can’t Decide if Martin Scorsese’s Latest Hot Take Is a Rare L or Common W

HOLLYWOOD — After sharing his general opinions on recent movies and the current state of cinema at large, the internet was having a hard time deciding if acclaimed director Martin Scorsese’s latest hot take is a rare L or a common W, sources have confirmed. 

“I mean on one hand, I get where he’s coming from,” said twitter user FilmBruh62. “But the guy’s getting up there in age, and he’s starting to sound like an old crank. The times are changing, old man. And this is starting to sound more and more like a common L from you and not a rare one.”

Dissent wildly spread across social media as Scorsese’s viewpoints became more public.

“Bro how can you even say that,” replied twitter user BickleStan49. “Like you’re not going to see Killers of the Flower Moon on day one, okay, sure. Marty’s totally right about this, like always. The guy’s been making movies for decades so he’s always right automatically. That’s just how it works. Common fucking W.”

When reached for comment on the matter, Scorsese appeared scared and confused.

“I don’t know what any of this means,” said Scorcese. “L? W? What are these people talking about? Well, at least I know how to write dialogue for Travis Bickle Junior when we make Taxi Driver: The Next Generation. Which we are going to do, by the way. This is a reportable fact.”

At press time, the people discussing Scorsese in the comments agreed to all shake hands and use full words from now on when arguing about other people’s opinions.