Judging by the amount of money this infamous project raised, there are a number of folks out there who disagree with me, but I stand by the principle that if you're a celebrity, I'm not donating to your Kickstarter. I'm not here to get into an ethical argument about the relationship between fans and celebrities in the Internet age. Every blog on the Internet has already done that for you, so we won't rehash it here. It's just simple math from my perspective. Celebrities (that haven't been involved in real estate deals gone bad or ponzi schemes) have more money than me already, so I'm not going to give money to a celebrity. If you're the variety of famous person that has such a strong cult following that you can fund pretty much whatever you want (shout out to Amanda Palmer), then more power to you, but I won't be among the legions tossing in cash to keep you in the fame game. Zach Braff can do whatever he wants, but I can do without him crowd funding just so he can have final cut. Word to Spike Lee.