Liking the Warcraft Movie Might Be My Line in the Sand
I get it, people didn’t like the Warcraft movie. I enjoyed it, despite its faults. But in order to truly know a movie, we’ve got to sit through the various Internet parodies that come around.
Alas, Cinema Sins, I cannot fault you for being right. But let us hope we do get that sequel! I’ll even watch it in Chinese if I must!
There Were So Many Things Wrong With Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows
I enjoyed Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows, but oh man, it was an annoying movie. So many dumb little bits and leaps in logic. The movie just didn’t care. Fortunately, we have Cinema Sins, though they didn’t catch all the nitpicks I did in my review!
Have you heard that there won’t be a third Ninja Turtles movie? That’s kind of a shame. I was looking forward to seeing Mondo Gecko and/or the Rat King.
Everything Wrong with Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice
So I’m on vacation this week, and that makes for a very lazy Sean. Turns out, I do a lot of my best work when I’m actually at work. When I’m at home, there are too many video games and whatchamahoosits to play with to stay focused. What can I say? I like to play!
So forgive me if this video is the best I can do on these lazy stay-at-home days!
Still, it makes some good points about Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice. Though now we’re on to making fun of Suicide Squad, so Cinema Sins might be a little late to the party.
I Think I Like These More Than Cinema Sins
Recently, a hero at Shesellssheshells has started sinning the Cinema Sins videos! He throws shade at the weak sauce critiques that Cinema Sins has been putting down, as the kids are known to say. He has now torn apart Everything Wrong With Avengers: Age of Ultron. It’s fun!
Though I’d come up with a better name than ‘Shesellssheshells’. I’m not even sure I’m spelling that right…
Speaking of the Punisher…
Honestly, there’s really only one thing wrong with Thomas Jane’s Punisher movie…
Cinema Sins did a fine job, but really, the biggest problem is that it’s a revenge film, not a punishment film. Daredevil season 2 did the same thing. Why can’t filmmakers separate Frank Castle from getting revenge on the people who killed his family? I guess they just need to make more than one movie, so we don’t always have to do an origin story.