A sardonic critic reviews movies and TV shows from his childhood and adulthood.
He remembers it so YOU don't have to!
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Did You Know?
The Critic often uses the term "Big-Lipped Alligator Moment" to describe moments in movies that come right out of nowhere, have little to no bearing whatsoever on the plot, are way over-the-top in terms of ridiculousness even in the context of the movie, and after they happen, no one ever speaks of them again. This is named after a scene in the film All Dogs Go to Heaven
(1989), where a big-lipped alligator appears, has a random musical number, then is never mentioned again. Ironically, the term was originally coined by the Nostalgia Chick, not the Critic. See more
A Bat... Credit Card?... They gave him a Bat... Credit Card? They had the BALLS... to give one of the greatest superheroes of all time... A bat... credit card? NOOO! NOOO! Does not compute! Does not compute!
Starting with the Battlefield Earth review, the worst line from the movie/movies reviewed is repeated over the Channel Awesome logo. See more
Referenced in Music Movies: The Producers
The Review Must Go On
(Theme music: 2013-present)
Written by Doug Walker
Orchestrated by Michael Schiciano
(as Michael 'Skitch' Schiciano) See more