Mostly because LEGO Batman is coming out soon. And because no movie is without sin and stuff. With Aaron Paul’s Need For Speed fast approaching (yeah, cars, bitch!), we thought we’d hit a couple ‘fast car’ movies in our quest to chart the world’s movie sins. We started with the Tom Cruise “classic” racing film, Days Of Thunder.

film script contest

It stars Chris Hemsworth, Kristen Stewart, Charlize Theron, and the complete absence of a script. What do you call it when the sequel is far better than the predecessor, but still kind of sucks? Here are all the sins we found in the Wolverine’s most recent stand-alone adventure. Well it seems only right that, after doing the first two Lord of the Rings movies, we return for the third and final installment. If you like 3.5 hour movies that are 80% CGI battle scenes…

  • Still full of sins, as it turns out.
  • While you get a bonus 2nd sins video for the week, we had to sit through this movie multiple times over.
  • Spider-Man 2 was considered by many, at the time it was released, to be one of the best superhero films ever made.
  • My personal favorite horror film (yes, it is both sci-fi AND horror), Alien, still has sins…
  • We enjoyed The Equalizer with Denzel.
  • Meet the Robinsons is an okay little animated family film that I honestly forgot about.

It just comes off as petty because that line is used at the end of SEO, and he chose to say they don’t care because they’re pretty smart about their SEO. It makes you wonder where that line truly came from. I agree with all three premises. Unstoppable is just another solid Denzel/Tony-Scott movie. Loosely based on a true story, this movie about stopping a runaway train still has its sins. Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom.

Gil was voiced by Willem Dafoe, who played Norman Osborne in the first Sam Raimi Spider-Man film. In The Stinger after the Man of Steel video, a scene of Jor-El, played by Russell Crowe, talking to Lois Lane has audio of Javert from Les Miserables being played over it. The Skyfall video also calls out the product placement. David Carradine’s credit in Death Race 2000 warrants a sin removal because of his badass status. When they actually do A New Hope, they sin this twice.

Screen Junkies Debuts A New Movie Review Series With A New Sponsor

In TV Sins, they discuss the sins of television episodes and made-for-television films. TV Sins pretty much has the same style of CinemaSins, but instead of movies it’s episodes, and sometimes TV movies. They upload sins videos on Tuesdays and either sins videos or videos from their new series “What’s The Damage” on Thursdays. We’re breaking records today, people.

What’s The Damage?

But for both kinds of people… We watched it for you and counted all its sins. Live Free or Die Hard is the first Die Hard film to NOT be rated R.

Anything Sony related is counted as a plug, such as the Sony and Columbia Pictures logos at the opening and closing of the movie, and Harry whistling the theme to Jeopardy! (produced by Sony’s television division). The narrator spends most of the Twilight series videos poking fun at the series’ weirdness and narm-y moments, but makes it clear that it’s okay if you like it. However, he refuses to dismiss the fact that Jacob imprinted on a baby, a quickly-aging one or not. In the TV Sins episode about the Pilot Episode of Supergirl , he hands down a sin for the notion that Kara can somehow maintain a Secret Identity while her face is visible.

The Best Movies And Shows In September

A renowned New York playwright is enticed to California to write for the movies and discovers the hellish truth of Hollywood. After the Black September capture and massacre of Israeli athletes at the 1972 Olympics, five men are chosen to eliminate the people responsible for that fateful day. A proficient group of thieves rob a bank and hold Claire, the assistant manager, hostage.

Cinemasins: Behind The Reel With Youtube Masters Of Sin

Creed is a really good movie. Still has sins, so we went looking. It’s very not good. I even Satan himself is on record saying Spawn has too many sins. What if it were like The Matrix, only it was all a game, and filled with 80’s references?! That’s Ready Player One.

Yvonne, Or: Casablanca In One Character And Three Scenes

They’re still making these. To mark the release of the third film, we decided to look for sins in the second, Fifty Shades Darker. Guess how many we found. We went looking for sins in Illumination’s The Lorax, and you know what? This movie is really freakin’ annoying. Really enjoy this movie.