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Sofie reviews South Park: The Stick of Truth.
After a three-year cliffhanger, guest star "Spazzmaster" finally teaches Il Neige to embrace his inner Goofy Goober as they sit down to review the first Spongebob movie. Also, there's time travel.
Are ya ready Kids? With a new SpongeBob movie out, Joey revisits the first time our friends from Bikini Bottom made the jump to the big screen.
“This sequel to the reboot of the TV series 21 Jump Street is about as meta as a film can get.”
“21 Jump Street is a meta-film that laughs at its very existence.”
We all knew this one was coming, alright?
The Suspect reviews South Park: The Stick of Truth for the Xbox 360, the latest South Park game and easily the best licensed game he's played in a long time, despite its brevity. After all, how many other games feature killer Nazi fetuses and let you summon Jesus Christ to destroy your enemies?
“I guess they were going for the ‘making simple things as cryptic as possible’ motif of the series, not realizing that it didn’t really work all that well on the show, either.”
Mendo returns from his latest long absence to follow up on his previous, short review of My Little Pony: Equestria Girls, and castratedly give into his fans' demands to make a full review of the Damn Pony Movie. Keep an eye out for the Horror Guru, and the return of a very special friend!
Mr. Warmth and Sunshine himself reviews the limited release My Little Pony film, Equestria Girls. (Or, as Mendo called it when he walked up to the ticket counter, "The Damn Pony Movie".) This can't end well...
In the long-awaited 50th episode/third year anniversary/continuation of that delightful changing shirt gag, Mendo presents a tribute to the amazing TV series Twin Peaks, and its infamous flop of a movie prequel/sequel Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me. Look for cameos from some of your favorite internet personalities! And then tell us where you found them.
This episode, the Slob looks back at his childhood to take on the 1998 sci-fi classic Lost in Space! Does the film still hold up, or is the Slob just another space cadet? Watch and find out, and enjoy a special cameo from our own Count Jackula!
The Slob continues his M. Night Before Christmas review spectacular with his look at 2010's The Last Airbender!
The Cinema Slob takes a look at the Wachowski siblings' 2008 adaptation of the anime classic Speed Racer! Get ready for fast cars, insane stunts, hot girls, and special effects so intense that... well, you'll see.
In 2010, a great action movie adaptation of a hit 1980s action TV show was panned by critics for a crime it didn't commit. It promptly went to DVD, where it remained mostly forgotten. Today, still disliked by a majority of major film "critics", it survives as a movie loved by true fans of action-adventure and comedy. If you never saw it, if you had only heard bad things, and if you didn't know any better than to blindly trust the critics, maybe you should watch: The Cinema Slob's review of The A-Team!
It was a huge gamble making a big budget film based on a failed TV show. Did it pay off? Well... you probably already know the answer to that, but Cheapus will tell you anyway!
Unfortunately, Suzie's been sentenced to watch the 1987 live-action Masters of the Universe movie, starring Dolph Lundgren, Courteney Cox, Principal Strickland, Tom Paris, and Richard Nixon as Skeletor. Enjoy!
Joey brings us the first installment in a special series called Crossing the Line, where he examines live action movies based on cartoons. First up is M. Night Shyamalan's take on the popular Nicktoon Avatar: The Last Airbender. Here's the twist: It sucks!
The Blockbuster Chick joins the site with a review of the 1999 dud based on the '60s TV show, starring Will Smith and Kevin Kline as two 1860s government agents brought together by the president to foil a diabolical plot by a legless Kenneth Branagh.
“Break out your action figures, and settle in for pure ‘80s awesomeness! Long before the horrendous Transformers movies, there was Masters of the Universe, a live action movie that adapted a toy/cartoon series, and actually did it right! Sure, it may be just another fish out of water story, and there may be a few too many new characters, but overall the film delivers. Sword battles, weird creatures, and a 22 year old Courtney Cox? Sign me up!”