Merry Christmas, ya filthy animals! For the holidays, Suspect looks at the highest grossing Christmas movie ever, Home Alone, starring Macaulay Culkin as an eight year old left home alone who soon learns how to unleash brutal, near-lethal violence on Joe Pesci and Daniel Stern.
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The kids are growing up and the Harry Potter series turns PG-13 with Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire. Many consider this movie to be a low point in the franchise. But what does the Suspect think?
It’s time to take a look at Alfonso Cuaron’s take on Harry Potter! Many consider Prisoner of Azkaban to be the best in the series, but the Suspect is here to find out for sure.
Despite being just as goofy as the original, a lot of people thought this was the best superhero movie ever at the time. Were they right? Watch the review and find out!
The Suspect praises the first film for finally giving us a convincing live-action Spider-Man, while also pointing out how insanely stupid it gets.
The Suspect continues his look at the Harry Potter franchise by reviewing the second film in the series and his own personal favorite, Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets. Although, his love for this film can be almost entirely attributed to the ultimate bad-assery of Dobby the House Elf.
Keanu Reeves is a hacker who learns he’s living inside a virtual reality simulation, and joins in a rebellion against his machine overlords in The Matrix, which gives the Suspect a total nerd-gasm. Watch as he shows his admiration for this kick-ass sci-fi action classic in his usual way: by ridiculing the shit out of it!
In the first review he ever posted, the Suspect takes a trip down
memory lane and revisits the first Harry Potter movie, Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone. Or Sorcerer’s Stone, for those of you on the other side of the
The Suspect begins a trilogy of reviews where he takes a lighthearted look at Peter Jackson’s Lord of the Rings movies! First, he takes you blow by blow through 2001’s Fellowship of the Ring, starring Elijah Wood, Ian McKellen, and Viggo Mortensen.
The Suspect refuses to review Star Wars Episode I, because what could possibly be left to say about that movie? Instead, he reviews the PlayStation game based on the movie, which is a mixed bag of good ideas and crappy graphics.
Daniel Craig is 007, who must face off against Le Chiffre, banker to the world’s terrorist organizations. In the novel, they played baccarat, but nobody knows what the hell that is anymore, so here they play Texas hold ’em poker. Well, in between the ads for Sony products, anyway.