He admits that the adaptation of the classic story has merit and the animation and designs are creative, with solid characters for good measure, but he believes that the film's mixing of futuristic technology and turn-of-the-century aesthetic feels cluttered and distracting noting that he'd have rather Disney had gone either for a classic retelling or gone all out for a full futuristic setting over the weird hybrid the film goes for. He finds the film very enjoyable. He is disappointed by the modern-day talk e. I am of course referring to the indescribable genius. But wait a minute, little Adam has an idea. Because he looks like an asshole to me! In martial arts, kiai the screaming before attacking is meant to do three things. Air Date : 17th-Apr-2008 After having so many viewers post comments about how much his reviews are similar to those of the Angry Video Game Nerd, the Nostalgia Critic responds to the Angry Video Game Nerd by saying that he is the superior talent.
The only negative thing he says is that he finds the villain a bit weak despite praising the voice acting, design and backstory , but just considers that a nitpick. He admits to not being impressed, feeling it's too short, has a strange premise and isn't very interesting. He praises the treatment of the very cliched story, such as the depiction of the difficulties of popularity, the character of the theatre teacher, the fact that, despite there being several musical numbers, the titular musical isn't actually the focus and isn't even shown, and the creative ending. Later on, he interviews Ma-Ti, the character with the most useless power of the Captain Planet team, the power of Heart. However, he finds 's performance as Jane hit and miss, though not too distracting, and criticizes the use of terrible pop songs and some weird ideas, like the crocodile being replaced with a giant octopus for seemingly no reason, while still admitting it's funny.
He finds it ironic that this action-packed film is constantly overlooked while everyone seems to remember the mundane first film, which also showed in their Rotten Tomatoes scores. Videos after the site launched. He does mention the controversy of the racial stereotyping of the crows, but shrugs it off as he enjoyed them. Johnny: Just cause I was born into royalty, I'm not different than you. Also, this episode and the previous 4 were part of Month. Iggy: Maybe you should get the patch.
Claw's henchmen trying to pass themselves off as a band and the effects for being even worse than the first. Cockroach , the human animation looks strange, and some of the jokes are not thought out well, he praises most of the characters especially the main character Susan and the President played by and the creative setup and action scenes. The only criticism is that he wishes to know more about the characters particularly and and would like to reduces the travelling scenes with more natural talking and character interactions. Also, by popular demand, Doug and Rob also did V-logs of the 's. However, the Nostalgia Critic reviews the movie and shows that movies are nothing like the games they are based off of and are more terrible than entertaining. The Critic was also not amused by Shaq's rapping.
With so many Harry Potter fans waiting, as well as being dressed up as their favorite Harry Potter characters, the Nostalgia Critic can't resist interviewing and teasing them. The only thing he has a slight problem with is that the film was obviously meant to be shown in 3D and therefore has some very weird shots, but he finds it visually stunning at other times. Air Date : 15th-Apr-2008 The finale of the two-part review special has the Nostalgia Critic reviewing the movie Mortal Kombat. In the end, he throws the game outside and shoots at it. Proof that people don't need to have relationships or similar interests, as long as they are both attractive, true love will shine through. However, like Bambi, he feels that the cute moments are well handled and worth sitting through to get to the harder moments. At the end, he leaves to confront Santa over not giving him Super Mario Kart.
Knock the hell out of them kids! What those ninjas are doing is just… screaming. It is unknown if he ever actually made the episode. Air Date : 4th-May-2008 The Nostalgia Critic finds it puzzling why we watch sports movies, even though we know what the outcome of the movie will be. In December 2015, Walker reviewed the films of the , as well as some overlooked films and new releases like and , which he does Sibling Rivalry reviews of with his brother Rob. April 10, 2008 On the site. However, he admits that he did not read the book and that he never knew that the first book was part of a series until much later, and understands that supposedly the film does not follow the book well; he also notes the use of a deus ex machina, though the first film had one as well. He praises the movie's atmosphere, animation, moral, sense of humor, balance of comedy and drama, fighting sequences and characters.
He also confesses to finding its competitor, , more creative with a similar premise. He makes fun of the main character's last name by mispronouncing it and finds some scenes to be similar to Jurassic Park. In the end, though, he says that it's a film that the whole family can enjoy. One is that, like the first film, this one doesn't have many jokes, and although he appreciates the straightforward approach to telling a story, he considers it a weak approach to a comedy. However, he finds the story very basic and more or less what would be expected, and feels that in the end, there's not much to the film.
Anything composed by Richard Stone team Composer for Tiny Toon Adventures, Animaniacs, Taz-Mania, Pinky and the Brain and more. He still overall considers it a good sequel to the original. Starting on July 2017, the editorials would alternate between short reviews of various films without sketches, similar to his older reviews. However, he feels that the main character does not act his age, believing that the role may have been originally written for a younger actor. He criticizes the generic story, the lack of explanation as to why the main character goes to boot camp, 's performance, and weak climax, but feels that the idea of where Kelly comes from, the family dilemmas, the emotional scenes, the treatment of the military and the bittersweet ending make up for it. He admits to being disappointed that the film is not set at a school in Halloweentown as the title led him to believe , but was still invested in the story and feels the film's message about basing one's opinion of a large group on the actions of a few people is even more relevant at present than when the film was first released.
Super Show 1989 15:36 The Critic comments on the lame puns of the show, the pasta related jokes, the plots that are blatant ripoffs and the poor animation. Yes, he's wrong even though it's his own opinion. Here, we hear more of the characters' wonderful dialogue as they quote such timeless phrases that will no doubt never age. Critic: Yeah, he's an asshole. And if you are a ninja, you probably want to lay off the noise entirely. Most episodes center on comedic bashings of movies and serials that Walker finds to be poorly written, badly acted, and typically panned by critics—particularly , whom Doug openly acknowledges as his favorite critics.