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Suburban Knights (2011)

The Nostalgia Critic and his fellow reviewers from the website That Guy with the Glasses dress up as famous fantasy characters and go searching for a magic gauntlet hidden in suburban Illinois.

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The Nostalgia Critic and his fellow reviewers from the website That Guy with the Glasses dress up as famous fantasy characters and go searching for a magic gauntlet hidden in suburban Illinois.

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Beyond reality, beyond fantasy, beyond your wildest imagination... Lies something better than this.


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Most of the cast and crew were very cold during production. Benjamin Daniel's costume left him particularly exposed to the elements, and during the confrontation with the Witch, he is actually wearing a pair of pajama pants under his costume. See more »

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Larry Prince GNN: The actual location of Jaffers still remains a mystery. Sad. Very, very sad. And now, on a lighter note, the president has been shot!
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Oh my god! I won a car!
1 September 2013 | by (Valhalla) – See all my reviews

This is the second of the Nostalgia Critic Anniversary specials that I have sat down and watched. Is this as good as To Boldly Flee? No. It isn't, but then again this is funny on it's own merits.

The plot is that The Nostalgia Critic tricks every reviewer on ThatGuyWithTheGlasses.com, believing they have won cars. Instead he asks them to join him on a quest to find an ancient glove that is presumably magic. But they soon realise that magic is real and they have to overcome obstacles.

Now, I think I might have to elaborate on why this isn't as good as To Boldly Flee. First of all the final fight is so drawn out that it quickly becomes boring. Oh and Doug Walker isn't that great when it comes to directing action either. I am not kidding, the fight lasts for around 10 minutes. The only other complaint in my eyes is introducing the villain's back-story too late in the piece.

Onto what I liked, the visual effects are actually pretty good for a bunch of internet critics directing a movie. They are better than in To Boldly Flee. But then again this doesn't have any CGI Science Fiction animation so you could say in this the visual effects were needed less.

The humour in this can also get a little flat at a few jokes. I mean, don't get me wrong, some jokes were hilarious. Stuff like Obscurus Lupa teaching The Nostalgia Critic to be lady-like is hilarious, as is The Nostlagia Critic getting Ma-Ti to find books about goat porn because he lies to Ma-Ti and says that another critic has a fetish for goats. I'd say that some of the jokes here were even funnier than in To Boldly Flee but in that one I laughed at most of the jokes, here. Some of them fall flat.

So is this worth watching? If you want a little introduction to the To Boldly Flee plot then yes. Because as you may have read in one of my previous reviews for that, it just dives into the plot which is linked to the ending of this film. On it's own merits however it is funny and if you like a perfect amount of hilarious jokes while also seeing grown children in silly costumes larping for 2 hours then this movie is for you.


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