Is it too much to ask that we get along and use proper grammar like we were taught in school? Oh, right, cell phones made children not pay attention in English and made it universally acceptable to replace "your" with "ur" and you with "u".
I'm not sure how the concept of "Saints Row: The Third" being a movie would appeal to anyone outside of the people that hate this game for such stupid reasons. Mainly "why the hell did Gat die? He's ****ing invincible!", which is utterly retarded. I agree his death could have been handled better and that elements of the game end up feeling like they were a choriographed movie stunt (such as the first two missions).
In my opinion, it's WORSE on the writers to take the events of Saints Row 3 and claim it never happened. The only way this is justifiable if the fourth game was a literal REBOOT of the series (ie Saints Row 3D/HD-ified, which still sounds like a friggin' movie name, so is it a movie as well?).
And the bit with the two endings? Get the hell over it. The mission packs can easily just say unmasking Killbane was the ending, thus leaving Shaundi and Burt and Viola still breathing. Since they can still be called as homies even if you do the Kill Killbane ending at the end of the game as the literal final mission, I would assume they'd go with that more pleasing (but weak as hell) ending.
Ideally, I would have loved for Saints Row 3 to fully connect between SR2 and itself more so than just the same characters appearing. SR4 or perhaps "The Trouble with Clones" DLC may actually relate itself somehow to SR2.
Bottom line is, the complaining is endless. And so is complaining about complaining. If this were a perfect world, I'd say keep your mouth shut if you have no constructive thing to say (example: piss poor customization, when the customization is an improvement, just limited).