You mean the entire business model of cinema sins
@liberachi , hey something we can agree on
@JewishXenu, seize the means of production, mon frére!
@liberachi , at least they present it in a comedic way that can be taken as seriously or as lighthearted as the viewer wants.
@liberachi , cinema sins is the least of my problems. My beef are those new wave of commentary channels that will jump on the band wagon flavor of the month and will always find something to complain about it. You know, those videos that are titled, "what I dont like about x"
@Sam da ram, Exactly. When Disenchantment came out, dozens of "critics" came out of the woodwork to jump on it, despite it being a decent show
@Martian Manhunter , "what we're just trying to get ad rev- I mean expressing our unpopular opinions. So what if Rwby didn't had a good volume, we need to explain for the 15th time that the show is dead."
@Sam da ram, who would say such heresy, i'll turn them to ash faster than Cinder did to my (former) favorite character
@liberachi , at least CinemaSins is entertaining
@Dillusionist, Seriously. Their channel is just for comedy. They even have a video called Everything Wrong with Cinema Sins making fun of themselves. Blows my mind how anyone can think they're serious.
@liberachi , a channel that does this pretty well is ScottFalco. His “X with a side of salt videos” say both good and bad things about some topic and present it in a funny and not personally attacking way.
Noah Caldwell gervais, cinefix, hbomberguy, nyxfears, Lindsay ellis, Joseph Anderson are all really good critics and analysts of media. Ross of accursed farms also makes good reviews of games, historybuffs does analysis of historical movies, both for accuracy and quality as a product, legal eagle has a good series of law/courtroom show and movie anatlsis
In some cases for sure. In others such as I Hate Everything or Redletter Media the comedic value combined with actual well thought out analysis is pretty stellar content in my opinion
@TubasDad, true that. I love IHE.
@TubasDad, IHE is great. I also like YMS and Ralphthemoviemaker, even if they are a little harsh.
I remember when CoD WWII first came out, so many of these YouTube “critics” talked about how the game was basically unplayable because of a few issues with hitboxes and stuff. They acted like devs couldn’t just send out a patch to fix the issue
Just look at the EWW Kong: Skull Island video and look at the comments on Twitter from the director, Jordan Vogt Roberts. He, himself, rips into his own movie but also corrects some “sins” that shouldn’t have been there to begin with. He’s featured in the Honest Trailer for KSI as well and even the narrator is like “Woah you’re being a little harsh there.” The fact that KSI needs to be defended because it has minor flaws is just ludicrous to me. I’m not saying everyone should enjoy it but I’m sure anyone who’s not a pessimistic amateur “critic” can find some enjoyment out of a movie about a giant ape beating the crap out of large lizards. I wouldn’t be surprised if this comment gets down votes but people need to chill the hell out and just try to be a little optimistic and try not shít on something made for people who care so much about a film.
@Scrap, sorry for the rant but Kong Skull Island was a good monster movie and I’ve been up for 18 hours straight trying to fall asleep. This rant made me tired.
There is some video called like mistakes no one noticed in the first Jurassic Park movie. It’s just like this. It’s stupid stuff like the plants not being from the Jurassic era, the difficulty of pulling dna from a mosquito and other such nonsense. The comments all are responses telling the poster it’s not that we didn’t notice it’s that every single detail he pointed out was stupid