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To Boldly Flee: Part I 

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 ... See full summary »

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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. Written by Anonymous

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23 August 2012 (USA)  »

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This episode marks the debut of the new Channel Awesome logo. See more »

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Very solid start
4 August 2013 | by (Valhalla) – See all my reviews

This is the first nostalgia Critic Anniversary special that I have seen and it does look good for what they have in store and hope to see all the rest. I currently have all the other parts in my "Watch Later" list on my YouTube.

Firstly, I enjoyed the jokes. They're not laugh out loud but I did like some of the things that went on. Especially the cliffhanger ending. I also liked the Battlefield Earth parody where they literally have Terl as an antagonist of the piece.

I also liked the effects. Yes, they were obviously fake but for a low budget movie that is made by and starring mostly internet critics, I didn't think they were that bad.

Aside from that I enjoyed pretty much everything. I didn't know why they started it on a character dying but maybe it was from the last movie but I thought it was a bad way to start it.

So if I can get a hold of the DVD then I will get it (maybe along with the other movies). I am definitely going to watch the other three hours of this and I personally thought was good.


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