Since we're talking about reviewers, I'd like to bring up a fictitious guy named Plinkett at www.redlettermedia.com
This man made it his mission to review and tear apart horrible star trek and star wars movies.
My only major complaint with him is he approved of Star Trek 2009 which had the same issues as Nemesis which he hated.
This man's reviews, while done in a comedic fashion as an old fat evil man named Plinkett, are incredibly indepth and intelligent. I suggest anyone interested in what makes movies work and fail to watch these videos. Especially so if you hate the new Star Wars prequels.
I've never heard of this reviewer. I'll have to check those videos out later (though I'm not really a fan of Star Trek).
Well, I've watched one review so far. Not any of the Star Wars or Star Trel reviews, but Plinkett's review of Baby's Day Out (which I actually like).
Yeah, he really tore that one up. I can see people liking that film if they really like cartoony slapstick.
His star wars/star trek ones though are really the ones to watch.
|QUOTE (Marshmallow @ May 8 2011, 04:07 AM)|
| Yeah, he really tore that one up. I can see people liking that film if they really like cartoony slapstick. |
I like movies that are basiclaly cartoons in live action form, though it seems professional film critics often don't. Heck, it seems like The Nostalgia Critic usually dislikes these kinds of films (though Doug Walker did mention in his "Top Ten Comedic Influences" video that he really likes the works of Mel Brookes and the Zuckerman brothers, which usually have cartoony gags).