A film critic, raised on pop culture reviews films and television shows from his childhood, often feels betrayed by how poorly they hold up.
I'm the Nostalgia Critic. I remember it so you don't have to.
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Did You Know?
The Critic often uses the term "Big-Lipped Alligator Moment" to describe moments in movies that come right out of nowhere, have little to no bearing whatsoever on the plot, are way over-the-top in terms of ridiculousness even in the context of the movie, and after they happen, no one ever speaks of them again. This is named after a scene in the film All Dogs Go to Heaven
(1989), where a big-lipped alligator appears, has a random musical number, then is never mentioned again. Ironically, the term was originally coined by the Nostalgia Chick, not the Critic. See more
Zuul, motherfucker, Zuul!
Starting with the Battlefield Earth review, the worst line from the movie/movies reviewed is repeated over the Channel Awesome logo. See more
The Review Must Go On
(Theme music: 2013-present)
Written by Doug Walker
Orchestrated by Michael Schiciano
(as Michael 'Skitch' Schiciano) See more