When people think of Looney Tunes movies, they usually think of Space Jam. However, there were other Looney Tunes movies - besides Back in Action. And so the Nostalgia Critic takes us back to the late '70s to the late '...
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?
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.
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.
When the Critic reviews Space Jam, he becomes extremely dismayed, being a big fan of the old school Looney Tunes, he dislikes all the new-age humor and winks to the audience. That and the prospect of a sexualized cartoon bunny is quite sickening to him.
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?
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.
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.