Likewise, another scene when his character is asking for his mom, the narrator, Jeremy, responds with another reference, this one to Joffrey’s parentage. Two of the channel’s “running gag” sins are “scene does not contain a lap dance,” and ” is not my girlfriend in this scene.” Honestly at this point, it seems like the world of internet reviews are only interested in sharing as much of the bad as possible, especially in films. Even if it’s for a movie they like or think is good, at best you’ll get a token couple of minutes saying “Nah this is good” when the entire time it’s been chewed up.
- They have a mix of things, some are legit criticisms, some are silly things, some are just pointing out dumb movie stuff, but one of the big complaints is that they include a lot of stuff that’s just flat out lies.
- He’d be offended if he weren’t such an idiot.
- He ends up subtracting four sins from Sin City thanks to Carla Gugino strutting around naked for several scenes, then sins the film for trying to distract him from his job.
- (produced by Sony’s television division).
I haven’t watched CinemaSins in awhile and, to be honest, I haven’t thought about visiting their channel again. I noticed a few of their inaccuracies and nitpicking in the past, but I primarily stopped watching their videos simply because I lost interest. ver fringe online Thinking back, however, one could argue that the videos are too negative (I wouldn’t disagree). The above video brings some interesting things to light and the speaker supports his claims pretty well from what I can see. But as with other forms of entertainment or news sources, people are going to take in what they want to take in.
Today’s 1984-style villain will be played by John Hurt, who was actually in the movie 1984, which was released in the year…well, I can’t remember. In his “Dear Hollywood” video for the practice of splitting one book into two films for more profit, he ends with “P.S., end of Part 1”. The first three videos all have the sentence “HELL”; the next few all have the in parentheses. Since then “” has been reserved for some horror movies. Inverted (from the CinemaSins’ usual) in both Deadpool and Deadpool 2; in their bonus rounds, one sin is deducted for every time Deadpool “does CinemaSins’ job” and also for being hilarious. The one for Deadpool 2 is even titled “Deadpool Would Be Amazing at CinemaSins”.
Just say “Farewell, Steve. See you on the other side.” all emotionless and such and then just move on like that? Steve was not only the first man Diana met and showed her the world, but he is the man she literally fell in love with. And I agree with the thing Birdman says about MCU Captain Marvel. She is the literal definition of feminism.
Conversely, when a line of dialogue or a scene is either obviously hypocritical or absurdly unbelievable, he’ll break into a giggle fit and add a sin. The movies covered by Cinema Sins are on this page. In the reboot, Jeremy hires a celebrity chef to make an actually good meal with thematic ingredients , while shooting the breeze with movie trivia. Okay maybe not all of them but their movies on Civil War and Winter Soldier are dogshit.
These animals learn some hard lessons about the food chain, and while it’s humorous, it’s still largely filler for an animated movie with almost zero plot. This heretofore totally tamed lion suddenly has feral instincts just because he’s hungry and the plot needs a jumpstart. Also, associating Alex the lion with Kevin Spacey’s American Beauty character tells me ahead of time that the Zebra is gay, and Hippo is having an affair with a real estate agent.
Look, if you want to tell a story about a person improving himself, you can make it more believable than some mass murderer where everyone forgives him in the end. If you want your character romantically involved with someone, you can make it more believable than someone who’s mind-raped her. And in doing so, you can treat your characters with more respect. Remember that time we had people genuinely argue that the Holdo maneuver wouldn’t have worked using mathematical calculations regarding the size and weight of…ships that aren’t real. The actual commentary is under 7 minutes.