The Nostalgia Critic begins his reviewing career with a quick review of Michael Bay's adaptation of "Transformers."
Nostalgic disappointment abound when the The Nostalgia Critic reviews the VHS of "Cartoon All-Stars to the Rescue", a crossover of epic (and educational) proportions. From Simon from "Alvin and the Chipmunks" discussing marijuana, to cheesy songs about saying no to drugs, to a speech by H.W. Bush himself, The Critic attempts to survive this byproduct of his drug-riddled childhood. will he?
The Critic is among the many Harry Potter fans anticipating the midnight release of the final Harry Potter book, "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows."
13 September 2007
An avid fan of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, the Critic reviews all three of the live-action Turtle movies, but is disappointed by how poorly they hold up.
31 October 2007
18 January 2008
J.J. Abrams' monster movie "Cloverfield" is finally released and, upon seeing it, the Nostalgia Critic is disappointed that the monster in question is just a monster. Giving his opinion on the film, he then proceeds to re-enact the movie using his hand-held VHS camera.
3 February 2008
In this two-part episode, the Critic reviews two of the most popular fighting games that became really bad movies. First up: Street Fighter, a movie saved only by the performance of the late Raul Julia as M. Bison.
3 February 2008
In the conclusion of this 2-part episode, the Critic reviews the other bad movie based on a popular fighting game: Mortal Kombat, a movie weighed down by Johnny Cage's bad quips.
Season 1, Episode 12: Space Jam29 February 2008
18 April 2008
The Critic becomes annoyed by all of the Nerd's fans comparing them, and tells him to just admit that the Critic is superior.
19 April 2008
When the Nerd responds to the Critic's rant by claiming to be a fan of his, the Critic searches to uncover the inevitable hidden insult.
20 April 2008
27 April 2008
The Critic is outraged to discover that the Nerd plans to beat him to a review of the movie "The Wizard", and believes he is doing it out of petty jealousy.
Season 1, Episode 17: The Wizard4 May 2008
The Critic reviews the movie "The Wizard" and comes to the conclusion that it's more fun to play video games than to watch people play them, and suspects nobody from the movie went on to have a career...or did they?
11 May 2008
The Critic praises Animaniacs for being written just as much for adults as for children, and cites examples.
23 May 2008
The Critic reviews the worst Batman movie ever made, becomes particularly outraged at the Bat-Credit Card, and concludes with a rousing musical number.
1 June 2008
The Critic recounts all the theme songs from his childhood that still get stuck in his head.
9 June 2008
The Critic tries to get to the bottom of why we keep watching sports movies when they all have the same plot.
15 June 2008
The Nerd posts a video insulting the Critic, who then challenges him to review a horrible nostalgic movie.
22 June 2008
The Critic reviews the top eleven most memorable Anti-Drug ads, some of which made more sense than others.
29 June 2008
The Critic goes to confront the Nerd in person, who is appearing with Captain S at an event... and a live, slow-motion fistfight ensues. The Nerd agrees to review a horrible nostalgic movie... so long as the Critic also reviews a video game.
6 July 2008
The Critic reviews Ted Turner's environmental propaganda cartoon Captain Planet, and even lands an interview with "cast member" Ma-Ti.
13 July 2008
The Critic praises Nickelodeon's innovative family game show "Double Dare", particularly the dedication of host Marc Summers.
Season 1, Episode 27: 3 Ninjas20 July 2008
The Critic accuses "3 Ninjas" of being a lame attempt to cash in on the success of "Home Alone" and the Ninja Turtles series.
28 July 2008
The Critic counts down the sexiest animated women.
3 August 2008
In response to a challenge put forth by the Angry Video Game Nerd, the Critic decides to do a video game review of a horrible game based on the film "Bebe's Kids."
10 August 2008
The Critic puts out a call for a contest for women to become the Nostalgia Chick.
11 August 2008
The Critic believes He-Man to be the gayest action hero we ever had as children, and reviews the live-action film adaptation.
18 August 2008
The Critic tries to rip apart the first Sesame Street movie, but even he has a sentimental side.
25 August 2008
The Critic reviews a few of the more famous "Saved by the Bell" episodes, including the drug episode, the oil episode, and the "Behind the Music" episode.
1 September 2008
A longtime Tom and Jerry fan, the Critic is devastated to hear the cat and mouse not only talk, but sing, dance, and get along.
9 September 2008
The Critic lists the movie and television scenes that still make him cry.
15 September 2008
The Critic announces the winner of the Nostalgia Chick contest, and offers the two runners-up their own shows as well.
18 September 2008
The Critic insists that the seemingly-cliché-ridden and poorly-constructed "Surf Ninjas" is actually a work of genius.
24 September 2008
The Nerd apologizes to the Critic for the feud...but the two are quickly back to their old ways as the Nerd dares the Critic to come down and take him face to face.
29 September 2008
The Critic recounts the top eleven cartoons from his childhood that he thinks still hold up today.
Season 1, Episode 40: Kazaam6 October 2008
The Critic attacks "Kazaam", for its implications of slavery, pedophilia, and Shaq's horrible acting and rapping.
10 October 2008
The Critic and the Nerd duke it out in the Nerd's basement.
12 October 2008
A behind-the-scenes documentary chronicling Doug and Rob's road trip to Philadelphia to meet James Rolfe and film the Critic/Nerd battles.
13 October 2008
The Critic praises the work of Hollywood's most famous poster artist.
21 October 2008
The Critic negatively reviews the Teddy Ruxpin doll. The doll doesn't like that. Not...one...bit.
28 October 2008
The Critic reviews the Double Dragon movie, which makes a lot less sense than the plot of the game.
4 November 2008
The Critic remembers some movies so we don't have to... but maybe we want to remember these ones.
11 November 2008
The Critic reviews George Lucas' notorious Marvel Comics adaptation.
17 November 2008
After receiving complaints about his review of the first Mortal Kombat movie, the Critic turns his sights on the more-universally-hated sequel...but not before bidding farewell to a very close friend: his beard.
Season 1, Episode 49: Godzilla26 November 2008
The Critic reviews Roland Emmerich's Godzilla remake, noting that, like all of Emmerich's films, the ad campaign was far more impressive than the movie.
3 December 2008
The Critic counts down the most badass villains the Mouse House ever gave us.
16 December 2008
The Critic remembers the illogical Super Mario cartoon, including the obnoxious Zelda segment.
22 December 2008
The Critic recalls his top 12 favorite Christmas movies and specials. Why top 12? Because it's Christmas.
30 December 2008
The Critic's post-holiday depression hits its peak when he has to review "Jingle All The Way".
Season 2, Episode 1: Nicktoons6 January 2009
The Critic declares January Nickelodeon Month and reviews some of the channel's first original animated series.
Season 2, Episode 2: Nickcoms13 January 2009
The Critic continues Nickelodeon month with a look at You Can't Do That on Television, Clarissa Explains it All, Hey Dude, and Salute Your Shorts, each of which he finds mostly bland but harmless. He wishes there was a kids show that was innovative and funny...and then, to his joy, he remembers Pete and Pete.
Season 2, Episode 3: Snick21 January 2009
The Critic continues Nick Month with a look at the Snick lineup, including Roundhouse, Are You Afraid of the Dark?, All That, Prometheus and Bob, Action League Now!, and Kenan & Kel.
27 January 2009
The Critic wraps up Nickelodeon month with a look into the realms of torturous insanity that is Good Burger.
30 January 2009
A behind-the-scenes look at the final battle between the Critic and the Nerd.
3 February 2009
The Critic starts to review FernGully, but the Nostalgia Chick claims she was going to first.
11 February 2009
The Critic tries knocking himself unconscious to forget "A Kid in King Arthur's Court".
13 February 2009
The Critic reviews a movie so bad it made him lose his voice: The Good Son.
18 February 2009
The Critic reviews the two cartoons based on the Sonic series, each of which gets a very different reaction out of him.
24 February 2009
The Critic looks back at some of the weird stuff our childhood entertainment subjected us to.
Season 2, Episode 11: Twister3 March 2009
The Critic is appalled by the scientific inaccuracies of the movie Twister.
11 March 2009
The Critic has finally found a movie with no redeeming value whatsoever: The Garbage Pail Kids Movie.
17 March 2009
The Critic notes the start of Don Bluth's decline with Rock-A-Doodle.
24 March 2009
The Critic reviews Titanic: The Legend Goes On, an Italian-animated movie that not only rips off James Cameron's movie and every animated movie ever made, it also includes the horrors of the Rapping Dog.
31 March 2009
1 April 2009
For April Fools Day, Chester sits in for the Critic to review the greatest movie he's ever seen in his life.
Season 2, Episode 17: Moonwalker8 April 2009
The Critic looks at the cinematic manifestation of Michael Jackson's ego, and finds it all stupid...except for the awesome Smooth Criminal music video.
15 April 2009
The Critic loves the Superman movies...well, two of them...but has to admit they have their fair share of stupidity.
Season 2, Episode 19: TMNT21 April 2009
The Critic gives into the pressure and reviews the latest Ninja Turtles movie.
Season 2, Episode 20: Red Sonja5 May 2009
After apologizing for his comments about Mako, the Critic looks at Schwarzenegger's personal favorite punchline, Red Sonja.
10 May 2009
It's the one-year anniversary of ThatGuyWithTheGlasses.com, and the Critic and Nerd are at it again...and this time they've brought reinforcements.
12 May 2009
The Critic reviews the Short Circuit movies, which he admits he likes despite their eighties cheese.
20 May 2009
The Critic compares two of his favorite movies: Tim Burton's Batman, and Christopher Nolan's The Dark Knight.
Season 2, Episode 24: Full House26 May 2009
The Critic looks at the series premiere and finale of Full House, and makes a shocking discovery about the Olsen Twins.
Season 2, Episode 25: North3 June 2009
The Critic reviews Rob Reiner's biggest failure, North, a movie that Roger Ebert "hate, hate, hated!"
10 June 2009
The Critic and the Nerd put aside their differences and unite over their love of the Ninja Turtles to review the lowest point in the Turtles' popularity: Their rock concert tour.
Season 2, Episode 27: Sidekicks17 June 2009
The Critic attacks the cult of Chuck Norris, as well as Norris' biggest vanity project, Sidekicks.
Season 2, Episode 28: Gargoyles24 June 2009
The Critic does another positive review, this time of Disney's Gargoyles animated series.
27 June 2009
The Critic returns to the style of his pilot episode with his review of the "adequately satisfying" Transformers 2.
Season 2, Episode 30: Steel1 July 2009
The Critic returns to the depths of Shaq's acting with this DC Comic adaptation.
8 July 2009
The Critic counts down the most memorable cereal mascots...except for The Flintstones.
Season 2, Episode 32: Barb Wire15 July 2009
The Critic reviews a Pamela Anderson vehicle that has a vaguely familiar plot.
22 July 2009
The Critic compares Ralph Bakshi and Peter Jackson's adaptations of JRR Tolkien's classic.
29 July 2009
The Critic reviews Schwarzenegger and John McTiernan's attempt at self-parody, finding it odd that a movie based on the difference between "the real world" and "the movie world" has such an unrealistic "real world".
5 August 2009
The Critic reviews yet another Nintendo cash-in, the animated series about a boy who meets a bunch of characters who barely resemble the games they're based on.
12 August 2009
Raoul Puke, father of Fozzie Journalism, sits in for the Critic and reviews this drug trip of a movie.
19 August 2009
The Critic takes on the dull Warriors of Virtue, which he only enjoys due to the over-the-top villain.
25 August 2009
The Critic reviews one of the movie adaptations of Captain America and introduces the concept of the "Psyche-Hitler".
1 September 2009
Douchey McNitpick, the Critic's most annoying fan, points out mistakes from previous episodes.
8 September 2009
The Critic finally gives in and checks out a film by Uwe Boll, which leaves him quite literally speechless. He takes comfort that he's in no condition to review the movie...but Spoony and Linkara have his back.
15 September 2009
The Critic teaches a class on "Bland Shit 101", using Disney's Blank Check as the curriculum.
22 September 2009
The Critic compares adaptations of Roald Dahl's "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory". He may be a bit biased, as he doesn't tend to care for Tim Burton's re-imaginings.
29 September 2009
The Critic is almost paralyzed with laughter as he begins to review the whitest movie of all time, Cool as Ice.
6 October 2009
The Critic looks at Hulk Hogan's uninspired sci-fi comedy Suburban Commando, which provides a very quotable line courtesy of Christopher Lloyd: "I was FRO-zen to-day!"
13 October 2009
The Critic observes Mr. Miyagi's inexplicable changes in character in The Next Karate Kid.
Season 2, Episode 46: Casper20 October 2009
Tired of being the "friendly" ghost, Casper decides to haunt the Critic on Halloween by subjecting him to his first live-action feature...but the Critic is ready to fight back.
27 October 2009
Linkara tries to take over the show, but the Critic steps in angrily and makes them review the movie together...which he instantly regrets upon realizing the movie is Superman IV.
Season 2, Episode 48: Congo3 November 2009
The Critic looks at a stupid Michael Crichton adaptation that is only salvaged by the brief appearances of Bruce Campbell and Ernie Hudson.
10 November 2009
The Critic pays homage to HIS favorite critics, Gene Siskel and Roger Ebert.
17 November 2009
The Critic looks at one of his favorite guilty pleasures, Judge Dredd.
21 November 2009
The Critic thinks he's figured out why so many people get stressed around the Holidays, and he's going to tell you...in song.
Season 2, Episode 52: Tank Girl24 November 2009
The Critic reviews another horrible comic book movie and notes how many starving children could have been saved with the film's budget.
Season 2, Episode 53: Jack Frost1 December 2009
The Critic reviews the stupid Michael Keaton holiday family comedy Jack Frost, wishing instead that the movie was about a chained-up Superman wearing Batman's mask.
8 December 2009
The Critic tries to refrain from gay jokes as he watches He-Man and She-Ra share a holiday.
16 December 2009
After counting down his twelve favorite Christmas specials the year before, the Critic returns with the next eleven on his list.
22 December 2009
The Critic reviews the worst holiday special of all time. The previously unreleased, cult fan-based Star Wars Holiday Special.
29 December 2009
The Critic looks at another guilty pleasure of his, filled with stupid humor, obnoxious characters...and the best Santa Claus he's ever seen.
Season 3, Episode 1: Commando5 January 2010
The Critic kicks off Schwarzenegger Month with another guilty pleasure, Commando.
Season 3, Episode 2: Junior12 January 2010
The Critic reviews Junior, a comedy so boring he has a hallucinatory dream sequence.
19 January 2010
The Critic finds the first Conan movie silly, but enjoyable.
21 January 2010
The Critic moves on to Conan the Destroyer, which he finds much stupider.
25 January 2010
Doug Walker steps out of character to discuss the TMNT crossover special, which was rejected for the 100th review when it turned out to be really good.
26 January 2010
The Critic wraps up Schwarzenegger Month with End of Days, which isn't as scary as it should be...except for the cat.
2 February 2010
The Critic celebrates 100 reviews by subjecting us to a crummy-ass clip show...but the clips turn on him and force him to watch Battlefield Earth.
9 February 2010
After the game based on Bebe's Kids had tortured him so much, the Critic looks at the movie itself.
16 February 2010
The Critic tries to hide from the Lost in Space movie, which manages to be even worse than the TV show it was based on.
23 February 2010
The Critic knows that the bad guy always gets the coolest musical number, and these are his favorites.
2 March 2010
The Critic reviews Warner Brothers' attempt to cash in on the Disney musical formula.
9 March 2010
The Critic compares Jerry Lewis and Eddie Murphy's turns as the awkward professor who transforms himself into Buddy Love.
Season 3, Episode 13: Bio-Dome16 March 2010
The Critic hates Bio-Dome.
23 March 2010
The Critic looks at the sequel to one of his favorite childhood movies.
30 March 2010
The Critic counts down Christopher Walken's most awkward scenes...but keeps getting interrupted by phone calls from the man himself.
Season 3, Episode 16: Flubber16 April 2010
The Critic reviews Flubber, a disastrous remake of a classic Disney movie starring Robin Williams and is shocked to learn that it was written by the late John Hughes.
12 April 2010
The Nostalgia Critic reviews the movie Home Alone 3, discusses it's faults, and ridicules John Hughes.
20 April 2010
The Critic has lost his voice again, and shows a disturbing video to make up for it.
27 April 2010
The Critic compares Peter Jackson's epic 2005 remake of King Kong with the classic 1933 original.
4 May 2010
11 May 2010
17 May 2010
In Part 1, the Critic learns of the existence of a micro-nation in the Nevada desert and gathers his fellow reviewers to plot an invasion.
18 May 2010
The reviewers make another attempt to take over Molossia, but are kept at bay by Baugh and his magic word. Finally, 2D Lee becomes 3D Lee and kicks Baugh's ass, causing him to retreat, so thus, Molossia becomes Kickassia.
19 May 2010
Rollo-T conducts interviews with various personnel of Kickassia as they discuss their new duties, such as LordKat selling games, MarzGurl as head of the military, Linkara has head of their CIA, and Nostalgia Chick as vice president and professional bad Sarah Palin impersonator. Only the Cinema Snob begins to chafe as the Critic proves to be an ineffectual leader. Not only that, but a receipt for a load of dynamite signed by the Critic begins to make everybody suspicious.
20 May 2010
The Cinema Snob decides to try and overthrow the Critic, but is caught by Film Brain and put on trial. As a result, despite being in the minority, the Critic declares him guilty and has him exiled.
21 May 2010
Dr. Insano's wrath is unleashed upon the Critic, and tragedy rears its head when Santa Christ is caught in the crossfire. This gives the other critics the push they need to engage in an all-out mutiny.
22 May 2010
The Nostalgia Critic is violently overthrown as ruler of Kickassia and ends up giving it back to Kevin Baugh, as per Santa Christ's request. He rose from the dead three days after his murder, and so all the reviewers go back to their old lives.
Season 3, Episode 28: Jaws 3D25 May 2010
After recovering from the incident in Molossia, the Critic decides to review the worst entry in the Jaws series, with Cinema Snob breaking in to talk about Simon McCorkindale.
Season 3, Episode 29: Free Willy1 June 2010
8 June 2010
15 June 2010
22 June 2010
Season 3, Episode 33: Hook29 June 2010
6 July 2010
Season 3, Episode 35: The Room13 July 2010
The Critic ignores warnings from his fellow reviewers and reviews notorious actor Tommy Wiseau's "personal project," the disturbing yet entertaining masterpiece known as "The Room."
20 July 2010
The Critic spoofs Tommy Wiseau after the latter threatened him with a copyright-infringement lawsuit for his review of "The Room."
27 July 2010
3 August 2010
10 August 2010
17 August 2010
Season 3, Episode 41: Mr. Nanny24 August 2010
Season 3, Episode 42: Rocky IV31 August 2010
Deciding to review the fourth film in the Rocky franchise, the Nostalgia Critic reserves special criticism for the robot Paulie receives for his birthday, the absurd plotline and the over-the-top fights.
7 September 2010
14 September 2010
No critic is perfect and are common to making mistakes in their reviews. It is time once again for the Nostalgia Critic to fess up and admit to his own collection of screw ups in his latest Top 11 list.
21 September 2010
28 September 2010
5 October 2010
12 October 2010
Continuing the month of Nostalgia-ween, where everything is supposed to be scary, the Critic counts down the top 11 scariest performances and characters that can still send shivers down our spines.
Season 3, Episode 49: It19 October 2010
Season 3, Episode 50: Leprechaun26 October 2010
The Cinema Snob joins the Critic as they review a subpar horror movie about a little man in grotesque make-up who is on a blood quest for gold.
2 November 2010
The Critic trashes the direct-to-video live action movie based on the popular 80's toy My Pet Monster. And when he tries to call the director out on the faults of the movie, it leads to a shocking ending.
9 November 2010
Still reeling from the bashing he received at the hands of the director of "My Pet Monster," a depressed Critic decides to take a break from reviewing movies and instead reviews old nostalgic commercials.
16 November 2010
It's an Old vs. New battle of biblical proportions as the Critic compares the legendary Cecil B. DeMille epic "The Ten Commandments" with the animated musical "The Prince of Egypt," right down to who's the best God.
23 November 2010
The Critic reviews the animated movie The Thief and the Cobbler with its bland musical numbers and lessons.
Season 3, Episode 55: Waterworld30 November 2010
7 December 2010
14 December 2010
21 December 2010
In this spoof of "It's a Wonderful Life," the Critic's guardian angel arrives on Earth to show him what life would be like if he was never born. And the Critic is shocked to learn that the lives of his fellow reviewers are actually better without him.
28 December 2010
4 January 2011
11 January 2011
18 January 2011
25 January 2011
1 February 2011
8 February 2011
15 February 2011
22 February 2011
It's another trip down memory lane as the Critic reviews more nostalgic commercials where he takes aim at 1-900 hotline numbers and sees some inappropriately-named products.
1 March 2011
8 March 2011
In this installment of "Old vs. New," the Critic compares the original 1984 classic film, "The Karate Kid" with its 2010 remake.
15 March 2011
Season 4, Episode 12: Airborne22 March 2011
29 March 2011
5 April 2011
12 April 2011
19 April 2011
26 April 2011
3 May 2011
Season 4, Episode 19: Gordy10 May 2011
17 May 2011
The Critic is horrified to learn about the existence of another animated Titanic film, which is The Legend of the Titanic
(1999), and finds it to be even worse than Titanic: The Legend Goes On...
24 May 2011
The Critic reviews a third batch of nostalgic commercials that includes a risqué Ghostbusters toy commercial and we also find out whatever became of Zack, the self-proclaimed Lego Maniac.
31 May 2011
7 June 2011
14 June 2011
27 June 2011
The Nostalgia Critic summons all his Channel Awesome "buddies" to embark with him on a quest to uncover an ancient treasure. So they dress up as various fantasy characters and set off in two separate paths. Meanwhile, a mysterious man wearing all black seems to be watching them.
28 June 2011
Part II finds the Nostalgia Critic's team pitted against a flamboyant cat puppet appropriately named Cat and its irate puppeteer, while Spoony's team come across three mysterious cloaked figures called The Cloaks.
29 June 2011
In Part III, The Nostalgia Critic's team comes across a chair sitting in the road, which the Critic promptly calls dibs on and sits. As he relaxes in the suspicious chair, the Critic reveals a little more than everyone else cared to know, while the others battle the Cloaks on the battlefield (playground).
30 June 2011
Part IV finds The Nostalgia Critic's team against the sweet yet sinister Witch Warrior, while the others lose their map and get directions from The Gatecleaner. In the process, they come across the Cloaks again and Film Brain is captured.
1 July 2011
In Part V, The Nostalgia Critic's team finally uncovers Chuck Jaffers, who reveals even more about the lost gauntlet, and they all wonder if this quest was even worth the bother; Film Brain is recovered, while Malachite closes in on our heroes.
2 July 2011
Both teams finally find a lead on Malachite's gauntlet, only to find out it was buried right back where they started. The Nostalgia Critic's team discover what appears to be the gauntlet, only to find themselves surrounded by the Cloaks, Chuck Jaffers, Cat and the Witch Warrior. Thankfully the other team arrives in time and they all engage in an epic, hilarious joust.
3 July 2011
In the final chapter of "Suburban Knights", our heroes get their asses handed to them by the all-powerful Malachite. Only one who is pure of heart can help them now. Will he do it? Will Malachite obliterate all our favorite Internet reviewers?
5 July 2011
Chester A. Bum takes the Critic to court after he accuses the Critic of ripping off his review of the latest Transformers film: "Dark of the Moon."
Season 4, Episode 33: Milk Money12 July 2011
Do you find a romantic comedy about kids picking up a prostitute and reveling in creepy awkwardness amusing? Well the Critic doesn't and proves it with his review of the creepy and awkward romantic comedy "Milk Money."
Season 4, Episode 34: Rad19 July 2011
Season 4, Episode 35: Duck Tales26 July 2011
2 August 2011
9 August 2011
16 August 2011
The Critic counts down his top 11 favorite moments from the 90's Batman animated series.
Season 4, Episode 39: Alaska23 August 2011
29 August 2011
Doug Walker steps out of character to discuss 11 films/shows that he has no plans on reviewing as The Nostalgia Critic, mainly because they're not as bad as people think, other reviewers have already tackled them, they're too recent, or he can't make heads nor tails of it.
6 September 2011
The Critic takes an amateurish approach to Let's Plays by reviewing Bart's Nightmare.
13 September 2011
Following his Let's Play of Bart's Nightmare, The Nostalgia Critic has come under scrutiny from his "adoring" fans who have had him incarcerated in an Internet state penitentiary. In attempt to regain his fan base, The Critic agrees to do a positive review for "James and the Giant Peach", and is held at gun point is he dares point out any flaws. He goes on to ridicule the song lyrics, the questionable disappearance of James' parents via rhino, and many other story elements that are never really addressed. Overall, he feels it isn't the worst film he's ever seen and deems it acceptable.
20 September 2011
The Critic's joy at realizing that he is going to review the Avengers movie based on the Marvel Comic superheroes turns to disappointment when he finds out that the Avengers movie is actually the unrelated yet notoriously bad 1998 film.
Season 4, Episode 44: Simon Sez27 September 2011
4 October 2011
11 October 2011
18 October 2011
Season 4, Episode 48: Exorcist 225 October 2011
1 November 2011
The Critic reviews "Doug's 1st Movie," a movie based on a cartoon that tormented him during his youth.
Season 4, Episode 50: The Cell8 November 2011
15 November 2011
22 November 2011
By popular demand from his viewers, the Critic takes on one of the worst animated movies he's ever had to review: "Felix the Cat: The Movie."
29 November 2011
It's an all-star musical sensation as the Nostalgia Critic teams up with Nostalgia Chick and Brentalfloss to review the 2001 musical Moulin Rouge.
6 December 2011
Season 4, Episode 55: The Grinch15 December 2011
The Critic reviews The Grinch in light of the holiday season, but it's a movie he despises for some reason. Flamboyant, loud, and made to annoy, yet how does it bring the people such joy? In a Seuss-style critique, the Critic prepares to tear into The Grinch, the movie of the week.
20 December 2011
The Critic and Phelous team up to review an unlikely Christmas movie: The first Child's Play movie.
3 January 2012
The Critic closes out a month of reviewing Christmas movies by reviewing the bizarre yet ever-growing holiday cult classic "Santa Claus: The Movie."
12 January 2012
The Critic opens "Star Trek Month" by reviewing the first Star Trek movie, a movie he calls "Star Trek: The Slow-Motion Picture" because the lack of cuts in the film left him bored out of his mind. Guest-starring Angry Joe doing his best Khan impression.
17 January 2012
"Star Trek Month" continues as the Critic reviews "Star Trek III: The Search for Spock," the only odd-numbered Trek film that comes close to actually being good.
24 January 2012
The Critic reviews "Star Trek V" and wonders why in a movie whose plot involves a mission to find God does director/writer William Shatner include a three-breasted cat lady, a musical number, and a half-naked 50-year-old woman dancing.
31 January 2012
The Critic explores the Next Generation crew's first foray into movies and is profoundly annoyed at the confusing and nonsensical subplots, most notably the exploitation of Data's emotion chip.
7 February 2012
Linkara finally catches up to the Critic as they close out "Star Trek Month" by reviewing what they consider to be the worst "Star Trek" film of all: "Star Trek: Insurrection."
14 February 2012
The Critic contends with both an annoying clown doctor and the Robin Williams film "Patch Adams," which he found annoying and historically inaccurate for a movie based on a true story.
Season 5, Episode 8: Ponyo21 February 2012
The Critic shocks everyone by deciding to review the 2008 anime film "Ponyo" for his 200th episode.
28 February 2012
The Critic tries to explain why movies featuring monkeys, or in this movie's case, chimps are not funny when he reviews the awful "Dunston Checks In."
6 March 2012
The Critic reviews "Thomas and the Magic Railroad," a movie based on a children's TV show he's never seen and is shocked to learn that Oscar-nominated actors Alec Baldwin and Peter Fonda are in this movie.
13 March 2012
Notorious Internet hater, Douchy McNitpick, returns with yet another top 11 list of all the mistakes the Critic has made.
20 March 2012
The Critic reviews yet another bad Macaulay Culkin film: "Richie Rich," a movie that, despite being released back when America still had an economy, shows us how the "1%" people live.
27 March 2012
The Critic explores the "Feces of the Jungle" by reviewing the Tim Allen stinker, "Jungle 2 Jungle."
10 April 2012
For the latest installment of "Old vs. New," the Critic decides to compare two classic Hannibal Lecter movies: the 1986 thriller "Manhunter" and its 2002 remake, "Red Dragon" with Anthony Hopkins as Lecter.
17 April 2012
Sage forces the Critic to review the cheesy 80's animated sci-fi film "Starchaser: The Legend of Orin," a movie that blatantly rips off "Star Wars."
24 April 2012
Optimus Prime fills in for the Critic as he oversees the casting call for the next Transformers movie and recalls the glory days of the classic 80's Transformers cartoon series.
1 May 2012
The Critic makes it no secret that he's not a fan of 90s child star Mara Wilson
and he reinforces that with a review of another one of her movies: A Simple Wish
(1997). Unfortunately, that leads to a shocking surprise cameo appearance from the actress herself.
8 May 2012
While anticipating the summer releases of The Avengers and Prometheus, the Critic reviews the one movie that has a connection to both: Alien: Resurrection.
Season 5, Episode 19: Jack15 May 2012
Running out of material that deal with bad Robin Williams movies, The Critic finds new material when he finds out the latest movie he has to review, Jack is directed by The Godfather's Francis Ford Coppola.
22 May 2012
The Critic does yet another crossover review, this time with Diamanda. The movie they're reviewing? The really strange anime anthology classic, "Heavy Metal."
Season 5, Episode 21: Mr. Magoo29 May 2012
The Critic review another really bad movie adaptation of a cartoon he thinks is not funny: Disney's Mr. Magoo.
5 June 2012
The Critic counts his top 11 favorite episodes of the long-running animated classic, The Simpsons.
Season 5, Episode 23: Signs12 June 2012
The Critic takes aim at M. Night Shyamalan when he reviews a movie he hates yet everyone else loves: Signs.
3 July 2012
The Critic caves in to popular demand and reviews Digimon: The Movie based on a cartoon he knows absolutely nothing about. Luckily for him, he knows someone who does. Guest starring Jesuotaku and Angry Joe.
10 July 2012
The Critic counts down his top 11 favorite movie themes of all time.
17 July 2012
At a convention, two guys find the Critic comatose. As they try to revive him, he is forced to review the cause of his current state: Baby Geniuses 2.
24 July 2012
The Critic clashes with 80's Dan and his crew over whether or not Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom is the worst Indiana Jones film ever. Guest starring Brad Jones.
Season 5, Episode 28: The Wiz31 July 2012
The Critic and Todd in the Shadows team up to do a review of The Wiz, an urban take on The Wizard of Oz featuring Michael Jackson and written by Joel Schumacher, inventor of the dreaded Bat Credit Card.
7 August 2012
Annoyed that the film Total Recall got a remake, the Critic decides to review the original Arnold Schwarzenegger classic, a movie he actually likes despite it being a Schwarzenegger film. Guest starring That Sci-Fi Guy.
Season 5, Episode 30: Scooby-Doo14 August 2012
The Critic's past, present and future selves collide causing a temporal paradox that can only be solved by reviewing the 2002 live-action adaptation of Scooby-Doo.
23 August 2012
The Nostalgia Critic is still mourning the loss of his close friend and colleague, Ma-Ti. As if things weren't bad enough, he soon finds himself under house arrest, thanks to protests from Terl, the psychotic Psychlo; Paw discovers a strange entity emanating from space.
26 August 2012
Government agents confiscate Spoony, while the Critic "beams up" his fellow reviewers to his house in order to put their minds together to come up with a solution to right the Critic's wrongs and find Ma-Ti and stop the current threat on the planet. In short (no offense, Mickey), they steal equipment from Dr. Insano and convert the Critic's house into a galactic cruiser.
29 August 2012
The Channel Awesome crew blasts off into space aboard the U.S.S. Exit Strategy (Doug's house), bound for Europa. During the trip, the crew amuse themselves with various activities, such as Paw shooting a vlog and C.R. and JesuOtaku start building a contraption envisioned in their similar dream, and Lindsay, Todd and Lupa finally solve their love triangle; Meanwhile, Terl teams up with the jaded General Zod.
1 September 2012
Part IV finds our heroes pitted against Terl and General Zod. The Critic rescues Sage, Sad Panda and Spoony from Terl's men, only to engage in a lengthy battle of many weapons and wits. Through a series of beaming snafus, the Cinema Snob gets captured.
4 September 2012
The Cinema Snob awakens in the luxurious clutches of Christopher Clodd, head of the MPAAA, who tries to tempt the Snob with giving up on being a critic and pursue a real film career. The rest of the critics begin to feel the "second act blues", and Todd finds himself robotically assimilated..
7 September 2012
The Snob turns to the "dark side"; Film Brain has a horrifying vision of the power behind all this madness, and Lupa and JewWario thwart Mechakara's attempt to eradicate the entire crew.
10 September 2012
Luke Mochrie seeks out the wise and powerful Oancitizen, who trains him in the ways of The Plot; the critics prepare for battle against the Executor's army; the Nostalgia Critic succumbs to his own feeling of self-doubt and heads for The Hole, not knowing that it's a trap!
13 September 2012
The crap hits the fan as Luke and Snob engage in a duel of the fates; the Nostalgia Critic has an out-of-universe experience and meets his maker; Linkara arrives to save the day aboard Comicron 1, and The Executor, Terl, Zod and Mechakara are destroyed. But what about the Critic? Will he decide to enter the real world or continue on in a scripted, contrived universe?
18 September 2012
The Nostalgia Critic takes a look at the infamous Reefer Madness.
25 September 2012
Doug looks back on the good times with his Top 11 favorite moments of The Nostalgia Critic.
2 October 2012
The Nostalgia Critic gears up to play the Super Nintendo cash-in on The Blues Brothers' fame.
9 October 2012
Doug looks back on the worst of the worst the Nostalgia Critic had to endure during his tenure as a reviewer, including one he absolutely loathes with a fiery passion.
16 October 2012
Critic takes a look at Rampage, one of Turkey's many attempts to cash in on a Hollywood franchise.
22 October 2012
In the final retrospective, Doug takes a look back on 11 of his very favorite jokes from the series.
15 November 2012
5 February 2013
The Critic returns from the Plot Hole, ready to review again. First up on the chopping block is The Odd Life of Timothy Green, a horribly misguided 2012 family film with a mixed message about parenting and too much focus on pencils than story.
12 February 2013
The Critic examines the Twilight film series and determines whether or not it lives up to all the harsh, scathing criticism it receives... and when it does, he explains why.
19 February 2013
As part of the "Month of Love", the Critic reviews the 2001 Michael Bay historical drama about the event that led to America's involvement in World War II.
26 February 2013
To wrap up the "Month of Love", the Critic takes a look at the world's most popular love story, Romeo and Juliet, analyzing all the movie adaptations and determining whether or not it deserves to be as beloved as it is.
5 March 2013
Satan searches for the right movie to put his daughter back on the right path, but unfortunately for him, the Nostalgia Critic gets his hands on it first. The infamous, 2005 Carrey-less sequel to The Mask: Son of the Mask. Having to endure the frightening imagery, asinine plot and horrible performances nearly scares the Critic half out of his wits.
12 March 2013
The 2009 live action film adaptation of Maurice Sendak's classic children's book is critiqued by The Critic in an 'Editorial' episode of the series.
19 March 2013
Critic reviews the 1999 animated adaptation of The King and I. He criticizes the lack of loyalty to the source material and too much attention focused on cartoonish side characters. On the side, he addresses fan complaints about the color of the wall.
26 March 2013
What's up with all the hate towards princesses these days? Are they really such bad role models for little girls? Well, the Nostalgia Critic is here to get to the bottom of this quandary with surprising results.
Season 6, Episode 9: Catwoman2 April 2013
Catwomen Anonymous seeks out The Nostalgia Critic and forces him to include them in his review of the 2004 flop Catwoman. Despite what the Catwomen think, it was not the fault of Halle Berry the film failed, as the Critic actually praises her performance.
4 April 2013
The Critic pays tribute, and even delivers a eulogy to his idol, famed film critic Roger Ebert.
9 April 2013
Does the new Looney Tunes Show stay true to the Golden Age Warner Bros. cartoons of old; or is it yet another uninspired schlock-fest made to cash-in on our childhoods? That's what the Nostalgia Critic is here to find out.
16 April 2013
While babysitting Satan's daughter, Evilina, the Nostalgia Critic is forced to watch one of the worst movies ever made, The Cat in the Hat. Frightening images, adult humor and lack of loyalty to Seuss' work really grind the Critic's gears.
23 April 2013
The Critic looks at two shows, Seinfeld and Louie, that are seemingly "about nothing." When comparing the two, Seinfeld had more substance, so were they being honest when they said it was a show about nothing?
30 April 2013
By popular demand, and despite a trio of nitpickers poised over their keyboards, ready to hate, the Critic counts down his top 11 favorite South Park episodes.
7 May 2013
Have you seen the latest spoof movies? They all suck, don't they? What happened to parody movies as an art; and when did spoof start to equal cesspool of references? The Nostalgia Critic intends to find that out.
14 May 2013
In a controversial move, the Nostalgia Critic reviews a good movie: Jurassic Park. He points out the flaws that people didn't notice before, he worships the T-Rex as the silver screen's biggest hero, and he says it has held up well these past 20 years.
21 May 2013
28 May 2013
4 June 2013
11 February 2013
Residing in the Plot Hole, and suffering from a slight case of amnesia, the Nostalgia Critic reviews some amateur internet movie from 2010.
22 December 2012
Ever wonder what goes in to making an episode of The Nostalgia Critic? No? Well, too bad; Doug & co. are going to show you anyway.
25 October 2008
A look back at the long-running feud, featuring clips and fanart.
4 May 2013
21 April 2012
11 December 2009
Depraved Bisexual Spoony returns to have more unwilling guests on his disturbing talk show, including a familiar tie-wearing Critic.
11 February 2013
Residing in the Plot Hole, and still suffering from a slight case of amnesia, the Nostalgia Critic reviews another amateur film from famed internet critic, The Nostalgia Cricket.
11 February 2013
The Nostalgia Critic reviews one more film from "The Nostalgia Cricket." He bashes all the inconsistencies, endless references and its low budget effects - until he suddenly gets his memory back, more or less.
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