Going back to WTFU, let me say as someone who does movie reviews on Youtube, yeah it's kinda the worst. I haven't gotten a strike yet, but I have gotten copyright claims for my first four videos, and it's pretty infuriating for many reasons. Not only is my hard work, which involves scripting, finding footage, and editing it into a 7-minute package, being used for a bigger studio to profit off of, but there's nothing I can do about it, since I'm just a young adult, with no money nor attorney, and the movie studios have lawyers and billions of dollars. The whole thing flat-out confuses me, not only since almost all of the footage has either music or my voice over it, but why on Earth would a movie studio think that they can make a lot of money on someone who's barely above 35 subscribers and only has one video over 100 views? Why are they attacking me when I make at most a penny for them?! I have been able to work around these claims, but I hate the fact that I have to add more changes and edits to my projects just so I can potentially earn monetization for myself.