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Kickassia (2010)

Unrated  |  Video  |   |  Action, Comedy  |  17 October 2010 (USA)
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The Nostalgia Critic's team try to take over the acre-big nation of Mollasia and make it Kickassia.



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The Nostalgia Critic's team try to take over the acre-big nation of Mollasia and make it Kickassia.

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The biggest fight that Doug Walker and Rob Walker had over the film was the scene when Film Brain (Mathew Buck) captures The Cinema Snob (Brad Jones) for the trial. Rob had felt that music should have been played over the scene (he told Matthew Buck to make the weird sounds for this reason). Doug on the other hand, felt the music was playing in Film Brain's head and didn't feel that music was necessary. Doug and Rob didn't talk to each other for a week because of this. See more »


During the Cinema Snob's trial, Spoony is seen wearing his blue shirt with the slogan "When I play Doctor, I play to Win." When the scene shifts to everyone outside waving as The Snob leaves, he is wearing a tan shirt. See more »


[first lines]
Narrator: There is a nation called Molossia - a micronation, to be precise - located just outside of Reno in Dayton, Nevada. It is a small speck of land - 1.3 acres to be exact - but through a strange loophole, it is technically considered a nation. It is run by a man named Kevin Baugh, who has declared himself the proud president of this land. He has been called one Curly short of The Three Stooges, but he does manage to keep order in his humble country. For the most part, Molossia is a ...
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Makes Uwe Boll's works look good.
30 November 2014 | by (Space) – See all my reviews

I have no idea how TGWTG fans can even stomach this thing. Myself included, as a die-hard follower of the team I can say it was particularly disappointing. Despite the fact they went great lengths to try and accommodate some sort of jokes which are fresh and new, most of the time we are forced to endure the same sort of rehashed jokes from respective shows and the usual gimmicks. With couple people on the team doing a decent job at keeping up an atmosphere, the script fails completely and ruins the whole thing for everyone...

This movie is a great example that what makes a short form of fast paced 'critical'-piece funny, won't really work in a longer version, tiring the audience. The goofyness and slapstick becomes boring after first 10 minutes, transforming into unbearable drag where a bunch of clearly talented and charismatic individuals are forced to humiliate themselves like some sort of circus clowns, while the "awkward moment" humour just keeps on boggling every scene with unbearable repetition. 90% of jokes are almost exactly that:

Couple people talk about some ridiculous subject or a problem, then they start coming up with ideas/solutions, suddenly someone gives an suggestion that is a joke for everyone to ridicule, painting a person who actually agrees with that as an awkward individual. That very moment someone thinks it's a really a good idea or accepts the given suggestion as a norm, thus creating an "awkward moment", where everyone pause. In the end the scene is completed with a mildly funny pun, mostly in form of cheesy one-liner. If you ever wanted to participate in a drinking game, do watch Kickassia and each time the pattern above appears, take a sip of beer, you'll be smashed alcoholic for the rest of your life after first 20 minutes.

Then it get's only worse... The plot is miserable and action on screen barely follows any coherent idea, it's neither involving, nor funny, and worse yet is the constant braking of 4th wall. I wouldn't mind it if it was applied properly, to enhance the juxtaposition of the jokes, but instead it's used in most dreadful of ways, where after almost every 'skit' characters turn towards audience and go "Hey! It was a joke! Got it?! It was a reference to one of the tropes in our show! Remember? Remember?! It was really funny! Cause it was a joke! You got it? Got it, right?!" - of course, that's to put it bluntly, but you get the idea.

This is a dreadful watch even for a fan. It retains no value and only proves that producers could take some lessons from other directors, like Uwe Boll for instance, who by comparison, looks really good now.

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