"Premature celebration" - When characters celebrate an apparent victory before checking to see if they've actually succeeded. "DO IT ALREADY!" - When a character talks about killing another character, but doesn't actually do so. "No one will be seated during the '' portion of the movie." - Pointing out a particularly ludicrous sequence in a movie. Based on a line used in actual movie theaters to dissuade people from entering during or after a particularly exciting moment.
I don't think there's anything wrong with a long movie but I do think it helps with a series like this to kind of build to that feeling of a film with some girth to it. Sometimes I think it's actually nice to realize "wow, so much has happened but there's still a lot of movie left", when you're super invested in something. I just think the first film of a reboot maybe wasn't the ideal time for that. A reboot is supposed to set the table and leave you wanting a little more. I know most fans are like "I could've sat through 10 hours" and want more no matter what, but I think a general audience member has kind of had their fill by the end of it.
CinemaWins eventually expanded to reviewing well-loved movies as well as much maligned ones. Per CinemaWins description it is no way affiliated with CinemaSins but is consciously modelled after its format so as to be its opposite but is not meant as a critique of CinemaSins which Lee Boucher regards as “hilarious”. Music Video Sins has a similar style to CinemaSins, but instead of movies it's music videos. On this channel, the narrator will sin the music video's song lyrics, things that happen in the music video itself, the singer's dance moves, etc. The channel's videos are narrated by Jeremy Scott, the same guy who narrates CinemaSins' videos. Luke saw the various atrocities Darth Vader committed and decided that he couldn't go through with killing the most evil man in the galaxy.
There are two in Justin Bieber's concert movie Never Say Never. One solos (serie de televisión) that doubles the sins every time Bieber appears without a shirt, and one that triples the sins every time someone who is way too old to be listening to Bieber appears in concert. Some of the videos themselves have earned this reaction. Max Landis, who wrote Chronicle, has seen and enjoyed the CinemaSins video of his movie, calling it "the modern day equivalent of a Friar's Club Roast."
This series, using prices found via internet searches, calculates the total damage inflicted during the course of a movie . At the end of each video, the total damage incurred throughout the movie is displayed and adjusted for inflation. These videos are uploaded semi-regularly on Thursdays, with the first being about Die Hard. This series didn't see any new episodes until the series was revived after CinemaSins posted a new episode of the series this time about The Incredibles. They upload sins videos on Tuesdays and either sins videos or videos from their new series "What's The Damage" on Thursdays. On October 16, 2014, CinemaSins uploaded a "teaser trailer" for their new channel, Brand Sins.
The narrator will bring the video to a halt to point out how the sex would either be too uncomfortable for pleasure or just impossible. Multiple instances of characters entering a scene and responding to something said when they realistically were probably too far away to hear what they're responding to. Dr. Strange was a really enjoyable above-average Marvel film. The sins in it were a foregone conclusion. Maybe I'm a bit biased cause pretty much as long as I can remember I've had a "wrong opinion" regarding films like the SW Prequels and other such films that hearing someone else say "no...these are actually good" is a breath of fresh air. This may be a tad bit off topic, but I kinda prefer Honest Trailers.
I'd call this an Alex-the-lion Ex Machina moment if the entire freaking movie hadn't been obviously building to this point all along. (An exhausted Alex denies wanting to do...something then agrees to do so) "Acting like you don't want to do something then suddenly saying you want to do it because you really wanted to do it the whole time" cliché. The Foosas have a caveman-like level of speech, while the lemurs are able to speak as well as the main characters. One of the pilots who crash-landed on Madagascar only had one CD on his plane, Reel 2 Real, dooming these lemurs to be obsessed with Reggae-fusion house music from 1993. Dreamworks has an unhealthy obsession with putting large quantities of things in its characters' mouths.
My little brother is 17 and treats these kinds of videos as treasure. He hasn't had enough time or experience digesting film to read them for subtext. It's an easy channel to punch up on. I get being critical of youtubers and anyone in general but, ionno, the big channels may take a potshot at cinemasins once in a while but it's these smaller channels trying to make a name for themselves that make consistent videos about cinemasins. They have a mix of things, some are legit criticisms, some are silly things, some are just pointing out dumb movie stuff, but one of the big complaints is that they include a lot of stuff that's just flat out lies. It's just super weird to have the guy being all "Why don't the characters do ?" while showing a clip on screen that's literally like five seconds after the characters did .
In this channel, Jeremy Scott, narrator of the sin videos, writes "letters to Hollywood", where he explains what filmmakers could be doing better or critiques certain aspects of filmmaking, such as splitting books into two movies. TROS is bad but it's not "we need to assassinate this senator, let's use a droid to, instead of shooting her in bed, INJECT BUGS INTO HER ROOM" levels of bad. There are genuinely good scenes and performances in TROS, Ep. If it isn't boring you it's killing you watching all these confused actors react to a bad script. Like i'm so glad that we live in the timeline where we're getting consistently good performances from SW characters because the prequels were dire, career damagingly so.
After both CinemaSins and Screen Junkies received backlash from each other's fans, Scott deleted the video and posted an apology on Twitter the following day. Screen Junkies apologized as well and subsequently cancelled the series. I honestly can't take AOTC seriously. It basically feels like if the guy who directed The Room or some B-movie director was given a Star Wars to make. The only Star Wars movie that can hold a candle to TLJ is Empire and I go back and forth between the two on which is my actual favorite. I honestly think that from the throne room sequence to the light speed jump might be peak SW on film for me.