The Critic pops open another can of Diet Disney to review the 1994 animated musical, The Swan Princess. He points out the poor character development, Disney rip-offs and needless musical numbers. After this, the Critic ...
It's January, which means Nicolas Cage Month. The Critic starts the ball rolling with John Woo's horrifically outrageously overdone, but so-bad-it's-good, Face/Off. He enjoys what a loose canon Cage is in the film, and John Travolta is no slouch in the overacting department either. Also, Critic and Malcolm have to say farewell to Rachel, who's moved on to bigger and better things.
The Nostalgia Critic breaks down the expression "so bad, it's good" by examining how some films can be so incredibly bad and yet still be entertaining, while on the other hand, other films are really bad and not entertaining at all. His findings may shock you.
Nic Cage month continues with Neil DeBute's unnecessary 2006 remake of The Wicker Man. It's...well, it's got Nicolas Cage with his brand of humor, and it's a very, very weird movie. There are killer trucks and bees in it too. Also, Critic meets creepy girl Tamara.
The Nostalgia Critic's "ghost" reviews the horrendous 1990 Bill Cosby flick Ghost Dad. It seems Cosby could never catch a break with his movie career, and this film is no exception. Implausible rules of the after-life, bad acting, bad writing, this movie never stood a ghost of a chance.
Why do people throw conniption fits over movies that don't turn out the way they'd like? It's just a movie. Right? Well, the Nostalgia Critic is here to investigate this shocking turn of events by delving into the history of film to discover exactly how, when and why we became so invested.
Seriously, what is it about that Frozen song that everybody just loves? The Nostalgia Critic and Tamara sing about the song, trying to figure out its true meaning and why it's "everybody's crystal meth."
The Critic chases a black rabbit down a hole and winds up in the curious world of Burtonland. To find his way out, he is assisted by the sweet, but dangerous Malice, and to pass the time, the Critic reviews the hack, clichéd 2010 Tim Burton Alice in Wonderland.
Think you know the smash-hit Ghostbusters pretty well? Seen it a million times and memorized the film beat by beat? Well, as the Nostalgia Critic is here to point out, there may be 1 or 2...or 11 things you might have never noticed before.
The Critic embraces his inner child as he and his friends gather round to relive the fond memories of the Disney Afternoon. DuckTales, Chip'N Dale, Darkwing Duck, TaleSpin, Gargoyles, Snookums and Meat, and all the classics are remembered, some more fondly than others.
The Critic looks at Tim Burton's smash hit Batman, a beloved classic to superhero fans and action movie fans alike, however he's here to look at what the fans haven't noticed before. One or two or 16 things that may have avoided your gaze when you saw this movie last.
So how bad could an animated movie centered around various food product mascots be? The Nostalgia Critic decides to hop on the bandwagon and review the 2012 animated flop Foodfight - only to discover that it is a movie from the deepest, darkest bowels of corporate hell, and the Anti-Christ of animation.
The Critic pops open another can of Diet Disney to review the 1994 animated musical, The Swan Princess. He points out the poor character development, Disney rip-offs and needless musical numbers. After this, the Critic swears off Diet Disney for good, but in the process, stumbles across a bottle of Seuss Zero.