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  • Guest

    New Half In The Bag please

  • Do you (Mike, Jay & Rich) ever look at the comments section?

  • Skyguy182

    You BETTER FREAKING like Firefly! That’s my two cents. 

  • Avacadomastr

    This particular review filled me a newfound lust for fried chicken.
    By the way, was it http://www.chunkyschicken.com? I missed the URL, it was here an gone in a flash.


    Jay’s haircut looks cool in this review.  I read an interesting comment in another review that the “Ancient Ones” gods were just a metaphor for the audience, “us”, basically.  I think that meta-horror perspective kinda helps explain the movie better.

  • Strelnikov

    It’s a brillant fake.

  • Strelnikov

    A disclaimer at the end of a frigging Three Stooges “homage” movie. You have to be kidding me.

  • Fuckyou



    Yo what’s up with the no HITB



  • The dilemma of watching new HITB when I haven’t seen the film…..

  • Polkov

    I’m not sure if you guys were aware of this, but Mystery Science Theater 3000 riffed on this movie. Maybe you did know this. I typed out this comment at the 4 minute mark because not typing it was killing me.

  • Polkov

     Only, instead of it being called “Zaat”, it was “Blood Waters of Dr. Z”. Probably some copyright issue.

  • guest

    The Room.  Please.

  • Ross Ruhmann

    Review Kung Pow: Enter the Fist

  • Strelnikov

    I think “Blood Waters of Dr. Z” was the re-release title, which may have been edited or something. All I know is that “Zaat” did not do well in 1971, so they ran it again in mid-1970s. Like a lot of Italian cheapies, this flick has a bunch of alternate titles, including “Hydra”, “Attack of the Swamp Creatures”, “Legend of the Zaat Monster”, and the minimalist “Dr. Z.”

    Allegedly they shot “Zaat” in one month during 1970. It mostly ran in the South, probably on the infamous Southern drive-in circuit.

  • Loads of shots in this version I ain’t seen before.

    BTW, is hoar cop ok?

  • Guest2

    Blood Waters of Dr. Z. 

  • guest

    you guys may want to hurry up with the inevitable avengers review before everyone’s already seen it, also bring in Rich Evans since he actually seems to know his shit when it comes to comic books, just make him a zombie or something if you’re worried about continuity

  • Laridada

    yeahh!! Avengers in a Bag!

  • guest

    You two are adorable and it makes me super happy, especially since it reminds me of talking about movies with my own friends (who are all unfortunately on the opposite side of the globe at the moment).  Thanks for making all these awesome reviews – it always makes my day when there’s a new one.

  • BatSTUD

    Gotta say, love the review…but Black Widow indeed does have superhuman powers if only in the sense that she has had a variation of the Super Soldier formula that turned Steve Rogers into Captain America.

  • anon

    You guys should start doing beer reviews. 

  • John_in_Toronto

    I’ll buy that for a dollar?  Plinkett likes RoboCop???

  • Best episode in a long time, love the new locations. Also your succeessful trip to the festival in Denmark proves what we Europeans already know – we have a better sense of humour 😀

  • Mr Science

    Please review “Robot Holocaust”. It’s a mid 80’s sci-fi flick set in an post-apocalyptic(?) New York. It’s was directed by a Tim Kinclaid or something, best known by his work in the pornographic industry, and financed by an Italian studio.

    If you liked Troll 2 you are going to love this piece of crap!!

  • Where’s my new haveinthebaag it;s been over 72 hours..

  • Tical34


  • Cocksucker

    Hey, assholes!……We don’t want any more Plinkett reviews cos you’re not into doing therm so they aren’t funny anymore. And if you’re going to make a movie why not write a decent script and try and make something people want to watch instead of cheesy schlock??! You spend enough time ragging on other people’s movies and lack of funding isnt an excuse….”The Blair Witch Project” – 60k….”Paranormal Activity” – 15k…..”PI” – 60k …”Catfish”…30k…..”Primer” ..7k!!!!!…you guys must have 7k already. Seriously dudes, stop fucking around and get your shit together…..realize the dream!

  • Bart

    Thanks for making these.  I watch every one!

  • Cocksucker, you showed those assholes who’s boss!

  • Guest

     Why would you automatically assume that they’re just fucking around and aren’t going to make something with a decent script? Cheesy schlock can be well-made too. Just look at their last movie Feeding Frenzy.

  • tysonatthemovies1984

    You guys make good reviews, but Mr. Plinkett should have the same voice in Half in the Bag as he does in his reviews.

  • Quinn

     Oh God, I knew the fucking trolls would find this site eventually.

  • Shureshot24

    This is the best thing on the internet right now. I watch this all the time. Thank you.

  • Guest

    I think Jay had to hide his laughter from Mike’s “Lord, why have you forsaken me?” delivery.

  • Weirdo

    Prometheus review, please?

  • Romboramba

     The voice actor of mr. plinkett is different than the actor that plays him -_-

  • Dominicdelaware

    They have to, don’t they! But I don’t think Amerikans get it until Friday.

  • tysonatthemovies1984

    Yeah, that’s why I made the comment..

  • Dominicdelaware

    Why should he have the same voice? Does it hurt your brain?

  • tysonatthemovies1984

    No, it would just be better, the voice from the Plinkett reviews is just plain better.

  • Vincentjenkinsjnr

    prometheus !!!!

  • Anon

    add ‘Project X’ on your lineup of reviews please?

  • Vincentjenkinsjnr

    prometheus would be amazing reviewed by plinkett also. that film has so many plot holes.

  • Dolsen1993

    Most of the things that happened make sense, but the way the film was edited makes it seem wonky

  •  why didnt (spoiler) run (spoiler) rather than along it
    where was everyone

  • Spaz


  • Zaburino

    I can’t wait for the Prometheus review, though it may deserve the Plinkett treatment.

  •  naw, all this is either in the trailer or sufficiently unspecific not to spoil. shaw’s surgery is in the trailer, violent mohawk is in the trailer, octopus tentacle is in the trailer.

    i guess a fullbore plinkett treatment would necessarily have to spoil, since the thing JUST came out.

    but i think it really is the most disappointing thing since phantom menace. maybe it rates a vivisection.

  • Spaz

    Ehh I wouldn’t put it that low – the first half of the movie was really good, the entirety of the phantom menace was bad………..

    as for the plot holes you mentioned, they make sense in context of the movie, they are just explained very poorly. In fact, I think that adding a few key scenes to help the audience grasp what the fook was going on would have been nice. Here is my interpretation 

     *SPOILERS* She ran alongside it because this is a movie where people do stupid things to add tension

     *SPOILERS* This one is sort of confusing, and required an additional scene IMO. Either they were knocked out, or they were called to Weyland’s room when he woke up. I think the point was once Weyland was awake, nobody cared what happened to Shaw. Plus, her being pregnant with that thing was all part of David’s “experiment” which was basically called off once Weyland woke up and decided to go to the temple.

     *SPOILERS*. He turned into a violent dick because he fell into the goo when the glasses guy was attacked. Remember the helmet melting?

     *SPOILERS*. That pose was a reference to a deleted scene in Alien. It is only there to make you think “What the f*ck” before he attacked everyone.

     *SPOILERS*. She wasn’t bleeding from the wound after the surgery, even though she was held together with just staples, so I think we are meant to assume that the machine did something else? Maybe it was the type of incision? I really don’t know. Possibly a plot hole.

     *SPOILERS* This is left ambiguous on purpose I think, so I don’t think it counts as a plot hole.

     *SPOILERS* The octopus monster got so big because that’s what happens in the Alien universe. Remember how big the chestburster got in Alien?

    That is the best I got. To me this movie felt like a three hour movie edited down to two hours, because of so many key scenes that seem to be missing.

  • “She (SPOILER) because this is a movie where people do stupid things to add tension”

    This is not what I watch a Ridley Scott movie for.

  • Spaz

    Yeah I agree. That scene was stupit. I still found the film entertaining, if bizzare

  • Nice review as always guys.  For anyone that can see Prometheus in IMAX it looks amazing.  Also did anyone else think the movie would have been better if they just dropped the “Alien” tie in and just made it a stand alone film?  It really felt like all the weak parts of the film were them trying to shoehorn in “Alien” and somehow doing a bad job at it.

  • Fan

    Glad the plinkett “story” didnt take more time than it did. Something off with the lighting, or filter or whatever makes the light seem bad. The light was better in the old set at least.

  • Dafydd

    jay your lucky you dident watch avp2

  • pooper


  • Polkov

    I was ecstatic when I saw that you’d be reviewing That’s My Boy. I knew it was gonna be good.

  • nohomo

    JESUS CHRIST THE LITTLE GUY KEEPS LOOSING WEIGHT. another 20 pounds and hell be hot.

  • nohomo


  • bob

    That was a Klingon DISRUPTOR! Klingons don’t use phasers, silly man! Deduct 1,000 nerd points from your total immediately! 🙂

  • Scirocco

    i lik meh sammich like i like your revows

  • Nemeskiz

    Aww poor Rich! I was hoping that this episode was setting him up to be a permanent 3rd reviewer on the show, but then you killed him off. RIP Rich.

  • Adam Sandler

    This Web Sight makes me look stupid!!

  • Does Rich own that comic book shop?

  • that guy

    The down and up vote counters are broken. sorry.

  • Jumpin’ Jehosaphat

    Actually Alfred said what restaurant he would go to when Bruce was traveling around the world before he became Batman, and he would hope that he would one day see Bruce sitting at a table across from him at that particular restaurant that how Bruce knew where to go at the end.
    My problem with that is how did Bruce get out of the Bat, yeah, they made a point to say the autopilot was fixed but when did he have time to escape the blast radius?
    And yeah I noticed that too quick transition from day to night too, also you couldn’t understand that chase scene because it rarely felt like Batman was chasing the criminals, so what the hell was he doing?
    Also why would Talia sleep with Bruce after she gained his trust, there was no reason to do that. His trust in her wasn’t based on sexual nor romantic feelings.

  • Jumpin’ Jehosaphat

    I did thoroughly enjoy the movie though after the awkwardness of the first act was ironed out.

  • In one review they look like homeless slobs and then next they are dressed fine. Continuity errors are BULLSHIT!!

  • I’m surprised how much credit they gave Dark Knight Rises. I thought it was the worst of the 3 Batman movies, and probably the worst of Nolan’s library of films. Not to say it was a horrible movie, it was just kind of OK. I thought it was a little better than Spiderman and not nearly as good as Avengers.

  • RPK

    Since my earlier response was deleted (removed because of the spoilers I assume), I’ll just repeat my dissatisfaction with the lack of suspense or mystery.

    Especially when compared to how well the Joker was able to create tension through his unpredictability.

  • CrookedCarrot

    You guys always enlighten me about movies. I’ve never disagreed with an opinion. Even when my opinion differs at first, by the end of the review, I’m like “Oh, yeah.”

    Mike, insightful as always. Jay, you agree with Mike’s insightful-ness so that makes you insightful-ish. I like how you state your opinion in the form of a question. You must want to be on Jeopardy.

  • So who is out to get the guys? Any thoughts?

  • No, it was a great film.
    And they said haters of it should just not watch movies (which is true)

  • cuse

    review ‘the burbs’….go

  • Weirdo

    The Dark Knight Rises episode is gone.

  • Stevey

    i saw that was Tim Heidecker even from behind the newspaper, what’s wrong with me?

  • asshole

    Hey, assholes…..go review “Looper”…..fuck this review panel shit!

  • “Is it lunchtime?”
    “It’s ALWAYS lunchtime.”

    Love you guys.

  • Scott

    I love Half In The Bag.

  • kevin jak

    Where’s Snow White and Huntsman? It’s gotten to the point, I’m not sure if I like a movie until you idiots review it …. I love the show, I’m sending you a pair of my boxers, in appreciation.

  • AccursedSneak

    Is there a schedule for half in the bag release dates? I come here everyday to check if theres a new one out. Does anyone know when the next one is out? This is what crack addicts must feel like….

  • MistaMack

    After weeks of watching whenever I found time, I just finished watching every episode of Half in the Bag…I don’t know what to do anymore…more….MORE! MOAR!

  • mk

    h-h-have you seen this? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-yRNXFhboBI
    I don’t even…

  • Richter Belmont

    Not necessarily killed off (haven’t the whole episode yet so don’t know if hes (Plinkett) truly dead or not), but he was in that Spider Man review.

  • Richter Belmont

    Ops sorry, thought I was in the comment section of the current vid until I realized some of these comments are old. My bad.

  • gobbles

    Review cloud atlas next!!!

  • BMW

    People shouting is drama!

  • Jarjar

    Disney just purchased LucasArts from, well, George Lucas. Now the fun(niest) part, Star Wars Episode 7 is on the works. So if you thought Mr.Lucas “raped your childhood” with the prequels and the revised editions go buy some lubricant, this one is going to hurt.

  • twistedfloyd

    I… need… more… haaalllfff in the baaagggg. Over the last two weeks, you guys have gotten me through this quarter at school in the excruciating hours it takes to work on my projects, I have listened to all of these episodes, the Star Wars reviews twice and the rest of the Plinkett reviews as well that keep me from wanting to jump off a cliff while I’m slaving away on projects for 15 hours a day.

    Thanks for creating these fun and insightful reviews. I came for Plinkett (and still want more Plinkett), but have stayed for Half in the Bag.

  • Hey guys, Twilight 4 part 2 the Quickening of the Fallen is coming out. Give the entire series the same treatment you gave Resident Evil!

  • Andrew

    Do Wreck-It Ralph?

  • wubwub
  • supernma


  • Bardem wasn’t really the first gay Bond villain. Maybe the MAIN villain, but there was a pair of gay hitmen in Diamonds are Forever.

  • Wtf is this shit? I came here for half in the bag and after it was over merry christmas hell started playing. i did not imagine this shit wtf did i just watch. you assholes need to put disclaimers up.

  • Iamconfused

    How the fuck did you guys get back into Plinket’s house for the Twilight Half in the Bag episode?!?!?!

  • JohnnyRodger

    I watched every episode twice. I think I am starting to sound like Mike when I speak.

  • jubalbiggs

    Hey Half In The Bag; I’d like to see a review of that youtube feature length movie with like 6 million hits; Born Of Hope. It is an indy project that is surprisingly watchable. Might be cool to have the indy reviewers reviewing a successful indy movie. Interesting discussion about the economics of making the movie free too (I think it came back to them; their little company in the UK gets a lot of business because of that film).

  • richard dawkins darwin

    love the show there should be a new episode of half in the bag every week im sick of watching repeats loved the no brand cons skit XD, oh and battleship was about team work and unity i got Goosebumps when i watched it but you guys are entitled to your own opinion but i just think you guys have had your brain washed from the shitty transformers movies but i agree about rihanna her performance was weak, battleship inspired me to join the navy not because of aliens -_- but like i said the team work and unity maybe you should watch it again and try and see my point of view, and the word shlop or whatever is getting used way too much but i guess im just a nice respectful person Peace mike and jay 🙂

  • Cameth

    You guys should definitely do a review for the 1986 movie House. It’s packed to the brim with schlock!

  • pongmaster

    you guys need to reviwe the hobbit now!!

  • dave

    First half, great, but HFR review…sitting in the front row/side of the theater is terrible experience for any movie. Regardless of frame rate, that’s a bad place to sit.

  • Janet

    I was one of those weirdos who didn’t have an issue with the 3-D. Through most of the movie, I actually forgot I was watching it in 3-D. A few parts looked horrible (obvious 3-D), and some made me nauseous for a second, but for the most part I thought it was great.

  • JimDandy

    In regards to the controversy of 48fps. You guys must not play many video games (probably no PC games). A gamer is used to seeing perfect flowing motion without the blur. I think a 48fps 2D would be the best way to see the movie.

  • Marshall

    The hobbit (besides 48FPS and 3D) was amazing, watching it in 24 fps is much better

  • ihatefreeentertainment

    conglowgradulations to you, sir.

  • Bob Sacamano

    Mike: “Being invested in the story isn’t the payoff, it’s the action….” Mr. Plinkett just shat himself! Then he heard what Mike said and was very disappointed and encourages Mike to watch his Star Wars Prequel Critiques. It’s the story and the characters that make the action fun. Without a good story or good characters, the action becomes boring and lame…because we don’t care about them at that point.

  • guest

    He’s talking about this movie specifically, dumbass. I hate seeing this comments where people try to take Mike’s own words and throw them back at him. There’s a big difference between a disposable Arnold action movie and an epic fantasy space saga that’s ABOUT the story and the characters.

  • waltereg0

    A movie that looks like a video game looks cheap.

  • BillPaxton

    In the “Fuck You, It’s January” episode, you guys mentioned liking Judge Dredd. At first I figured you were talking about “Dredd”, the more recent and very good action flick, but I wasn’t sure if you were talking about the nineties “Judge Dredd.” This isn’t an attempt to flame or any stupid shit, I actually liked things in Judge Dredd and would think it’d be cool if my favorite reviewers were the only other people in the world who liked it besides me.

  • Mark Bisone

    Dicky Dawkins and Charlie Darwin would reconsider their views on evolution after seeing this post, and decide they got it backwards. It reads like it was typed by a chimpanzee with brain cancer. Try harder next time, retard.

  • Hansel and Regretful

    HANSEL AND GRETEL: WITCH HUNTERS. If you meatbags don’t review that movie on HITB, I will come to Michigan or Minnesota or whichever the fuck rust belt state it is you live in, and I will GIVE YOU A SCOLDING THE LIKES OF WHICH YOU WILL NOT SOON FORGET.

  • Ian Cooper

    Mr. Plinkett freaks me out! I think you guys should keep him locked in a closet

  • hobo_joe

    1: It has been suggested that Batman ejected from the Bat when you see the (otherwise unexplained) explosion from the point of view of the busload of kids on the bridge. The explosion could have been used to mask his ejection. You do see Batman after this moment, apparently still in the Bat, but are you absolutely sure he is still flying inside the bat? The ejection mechanism could have ejected the entire cockpit section.

    2: Talia slept with Bruce … (nod to HISHE) because he’s BATMAN!

  • Jay Bauman


  • I love Half in the Bag!

  • upload


  • Kyle

    Two questions: 1. Why did Jay disappear at 21:20? 2. What movie were you guys watching? None of the stuff that you guys talked about happens in Movie 43. I mean, I haven’t seen it, but I looked it up and it didn’t say anything about what you guys talked about.

  • Thanks for reviewing movies I wasn’t going to see anyway. You at least make them funny, make me feel like I’ve seen them and I don’t feel like i’m missing anything.

  • Green_Triangle

    When’s the next Plinkett review?

  • Wow, I thought they were just gonna turn the power off on the generator.. guess I was close.

  • shrimp white wine

    youre an iiiidiot

  • Quentin Tarantino

    Go review “!Jack The Giant Slayer” starring Ewan MacDonald, Shaun Of The Dead and Flower Tucci – it sucked my dogs balls.

  • Luco

    Still love the show but… fucking sellouts.

  • guest

    I don’t think you understand what a sellout is.

  • Half in the Bag fan

    When I was in the fourth grade, my science teacher made us watch “Return to Oz” and it was the single most traumatic thing I ever watched as a child, especially being obsessed with the Judy Garland movie. When I recall the memories I have of that movie, it makes me feel like a scared kid who just wants to hurt whoever thought that movie would be ANYTHING children would want to watch. From the torn apart Tin-Man, the lady taking her own head off, to the horrifying room of emeralds; all in all FUCK THAT MOVIE.

  • Mud

    Really need to see you guys do a review of “Upside Down”, the supposed sci-fi film with Kristen Dunst. It looks AWFUL.

  • jo32323

    How come you guys never did Zero Dark Thirty? Afraid to piss off half of your audience one way or another?

  • Mehdi Husain

    You should put a tab on top of your homepage so we can access to the Best of the Worst page without searching through Googla.

  • erik

    good job guys, love the videos

  • I have been a fan about 3 months and i check for new reviews every day. Can my favorite reviewers review Blood in Blood out? it came out in April 16, 1993 Directed by Taylor Hackford. Thank you and I’ll leave you guys with the comment I get when I’m watching your reviews, “STOP WATCHING THOSE TWO FUCKING MOVIE JUNKIES AND GET A FUCKING JOB” Thanks again

  • Mike: Michael Bay’s humor is evil.

    Jay: It is stupid and evil. Now let’s go make a Plintkett video that treats serial killer as joke.

    Mike: Michael Bay sucks. Lucas sucks. I’m talented. I can act. I’m intelligent.

    Jay: Honest trailers and CinemaSins sucks. All they talk about are plotholes.

    Mike: They sound like hipster douchebags.

    Jay: Yeah, only joyless fucks would make hater videos like that.

  • You can’t sellout when you never had any talent to begin with.

    Now please, go jerk off to Cinemasins or Honest Trailers.

  • It is coming in your mouth, Internet hipster.

  • No. It proves he is full of shit. Just like you and all the Internet hate brigade.

  • dude wat
  • guest

    I actually feel bad for you. It must suck to go through life with zero comprehension skills.

  • Corporal Corpuscle

    Blood in Blood out was fucking awesome! Good to know I’m not the only one who remembers it.

  • Rich Evans’ Esophagus

    After reading some of the comments below, it’s obvious that the more popular you get, the more assholes you attract….Also, Benedict Cabbage-patch.

  • Joob

    Hey its that guy from MKE!

  • Conan

    In the original series and movies, Khan was a megalomaniac, egomaniac eugenics racist who believed he was superior to regular people, and Kirk proved he wasn’t by beating him senseless and outwitting him in the end. The problem with the new Khan is that he doesn’t come across as any of those things, but he really is genetically superior to regular humans and proves it, Kirk only beats him by using overwhelming firepower essentially. So what is Hollywood teaching us now? That some people really ARE superior to the rest of us? Seems like backwards social development

  • Senor Dave

    I’d really like you guys to review the movies VHS and VHS 2 (which will be released in a few weeks). They’re collections of found footage horror shorts produced on a shoestring budget and I think they’d be right up your alley. Some are really quite good despite the reliance on first person shaky cam stuff. There’s also a lot of gore and an obsession with VHS tapes.

  • Timothy W Dalbeck

    Mr. Wint and Mr. Kidd I believe.

  • Timothy W Dalbeck

    No matter if it was good or bad, where is the Man of Steel review?

  • Gregory G. Danielson Jr.

    How can you mention the members of the Justice League and leave out the Wonder Twins? Obviously they’d have to make Wonder Twins movie before they could to the Justice League.

  • seucusujuo

    the twins for the modern public = equality. two fags sharing the magic “rings.”

  • Fanch

    By the Great Galaxy! What a horrible…thing!!! It’s Holiday Special all over again! Bravo George! You go full circle.

  • Fanch

    Take that! Indy vs Star Wars!


  • Guest

    No Half in the Bag in 3 weeks.. I’m crying on the inside.

    And outside.

  • HalfintheBagFan

    Grown Ups 2. Make it happen.

  • Marc-André Durocher

    I’d be interested in hearing Half in the Bag’s take on Pacific Rim.

  • John Jay

    I’d be interested in hearing RLM’s take on “Only God Forgives.” Even, though I really liked the lighting and DP work, the film had huge problems.

  • Bjorn

    Three new episodes! Half in the Bag has shown me the lighter side of a coma.

  • Workshed

    See ‘The Battery’…. fab.

  • Edward Stoller

    Sorry to belabor an already belabored point but…

    Where’s Plinkett?

    You guys should take a look at Cinema Sins and Honest Trailers. They produce funnier and more inventive reviews in much more concise runtimes with very fast turnarounds. New stuff uploaded every week and gets to the point immediately. Red Letter was on a roll with Plinkett… what happened? Half in the Bag isn’t nearly as funny nor creative. Plinkett was your ace.

    You’ve got fans here guys. You should focus on making Plinkett narratives. I swear that’s how you’ll increase exposure and revenues. Aim to make a new one every two months or so. Six new Plinkett reviews a year. You’re sitting on a goldmine with that character and review series. Don’t waste it!

  • Stonewall

    You must not of taken your brain medicine today, because what you just said doesn’t make a lick of sense. You need to stop and use your brain, even if it’s just for a split second. Instead of just complaining and throwing out generalized blanket statements like, “They [Cinema Sins/Honest Trailers] produce funnier reviews” and insinuating no one cares about Half In The Bag or Best Of The Worst, and realize there are a LOT of people who look forward to all the different content RLM releases. Personally, I like HITB, BOTW, and the Plinkett reviews. Some may not like one or the other, but either way, you have a small group of people with a lot on their plate.

    And then you have your blind statements. #1 Who produces the “funnier” reviews is completely objective, as comedy is subjective. But in my opinion, RLM has Cinema Sins and Honest Trailers beat in the humor department by far. #2, Mike, Jay, Rich, and their friends have multiple projects they work on. It’s not like the only thing RLM spits out is Plinkett reviews and that’s their only gig, and we have to wait 8 months in between each review when that’s all they do, because it isn’t. #3, you can’t even begin to compare the thins that Cinema Sins and Hones Trailers do with what Red Letter Media does, because they’re not even close to being in the same category. And #4, I don’t think you realize just what Mike and the crew goes through and the dedication, work, script writing, voice-over work, huge amounts of man hours, editing, gathering up and editing the stock footage of the movie being reviewed, footage of other things that Mike uses as references in his comedy bits, the original filming he does on his own, getting everyone’s schedules together so they can all sit down and spend 12 hours filming and watching B movies for Best Of the Worst, and all that other jazz they have to go through just to make a single Plinkett review or a single Half in the Bag episode, or a Best Of The Worst episode.

    Honest trailers and Cinema Sins make on average little 3-6 minute videos, and it still takes them a week or more to throw together that dinky little 5 minute video. RLM isn’t some huge Hollywood company, or a huge indie YouTube company like a lot of these YouTube personas are, with a dozen or more paid people on staff working 24/7 or even working a 9-5 five days a week. It’s basically Mike, Jay, and Rich doing what they can with what time and money they have. I’m not sure how much Wizard (Josh), Jessi, and Jack contribute to the overall production process of the content, other than just being reviewers and watching the movies. I’m sure they do what they can, but it’s still a very small group of people doing a lot of work.

    Now as I said earlier, you can’t even compare what Cinema Sins and those types of people do to the things that RLM does. For example, the earliest of Mike’s Plinkett reviews, which are the Star Trek TNG reviews, run on an average about 40 minutes long. His Star Trek ’09 review was over an hour long, the Phantom Menace review was 70 minutes, Episode 2 was an 86 minute review, and Episode 3 was over 110 minutes, each Half In The Bag episode is normally around 30-45 minutes, and Best Of The Worst episodes run around the same amount of time. Those Plinkett review run times are coming close to the length of feature length theater films, and some of the reviews are even longer than some 90 minute feature films. Even most HITB and BOTW episodes are close to half-hour to hour long episodes. Do you even realize the amount of time it takes to put something like that together? As I mentioned earlier, for the Plinkett reviews, not only does Mike have to write out a script for the review, he has to watch the movie, analyze it, get all the video bits together from the film, write out a script for his skits, then film the skits, make his props, do his voiceover work, then edit all this, and so much more, yet you want him to spit out hour and a half reviews every month? On top of doing all the filming and editing for BOTW and HITB. I mean you do realize these people have real lives that comes first, right? On top of all these other projects like Half In The Bag, Best Of The Worst, all the film festivals and things they go to, on top of the fact they make feature films like Feeding Frenzy and The Recovered, plus their Short Films and web videos they create, plus everything else they do. I mean are you short-bus window licker retarded or something?

    You must not know much about computers and software, or have any idea just how much time it takes to edit film, on top of the time it takes to record it and everything in between. Added to the fact he’s coming up with an entire unique script, side-skits, voice acting, making his own props, etc. I don’t think you have even the slightest clue just how much time and effort goes into making even a single Plinkett review. He’s not making a 3-5 minute YouTube video that just uses footage from the film trailer they just rehash with some quick script some guy or some large group of people brainstormed and wrote out in 3 hours with a huge team of people working together and throwing out videos that are shorter than time it takes to microwave popcorn every week or bi-weekly.

    And last, first and foremost, we get this stuff for free. As far as I know, the only money they make off the original content they produce comes from ad revenue, and the rest comes from donations from fans, what little bit of merchandise they sell, and a small amount coming from the RLM auctions they hold every so often auctioning off some of the props and things they use in their films and reviews.

    The whole “When’s the next Plinkett review” was started by impatient people like yourself, and has fallen into the realm of a inside-joke meme that people just say, and even Mike himself has used as a joke when putting out teaser trailers. But anyone with any sense knows they’re working as hard and as fast as they can to bring us new content. I’d rather wait a few extra days and have them keep the quality of their productions up rather than just shoving out sub-par crap every week.

    So honestly, next time take your brain medicine.

  • redletterjay
  • shavo


  • Jerry

    To defend him slightly, I’d say that this guy has nothing to gain from offering his suggestion other than suggesting a way that he might enjoy the service you provide for free, He might not have his own successful online film review site, but he’s still simply offering a way (from his perspective) of helping you to become more successful.

    Personally I don’t agree with him. The Plinkett reviews are not your golden egg. The rarer they are, the more value they carry. More importantly they draw attention to your Jay & Mike reviews, which in my opinion are resplendent (yeah that’s right..I’m British). I got drawn in by the Star Wars reviews, but fell in love with the regular Jay & Mike reviews. It’s rare to have that sort of chemistry, and to see it work in your films like Feeding Frenzy is even rarer.

    Whilst Ed’s suggestions are a bit patronising, they’re still vaguely made up of good intentions (even if based in commercial concerns). Having said that, I wouldn’t want you guys to change a thing.

    By the way my offer still stands to promote you guys in UK universities (for free). I just need some input on how you want to be presented.

  • Edward Stoller

    Dear Red Letter Media,

    Thank you for your interest and reviews of our movies. We greatly value your comments, concerns and suggestions that you think our film industry should be making.

    You have also been successful in creating your own box office blockbuster movies and popular film franchises so your valuable input and film criticisms will continue to help shape the direction of Hollywood in the years to come.



  • guest

    I bet this seemed really clever when you were typing it up.

  • Akeuw

    I didn’t care for Half in the Bag at first, but it’s a great show.

    10/10 would watch again.

  • BroTheCadet

    Please release more of these every hour of the day.

  • LaserBrain

    Thought you guys and RLM fans might enjoy / wince your way through reading this interview that Damon Lindelof did with Vulture about the current trend of summer movies (which he’s pretty implicated in):

    “It’s almost impossible to, for example, not have a final set piece where the fate of the free world is at stake. You basically work your way backward and say, ‘Well, the Avengers aren’t going to save Guam, they’ve got to save the world.’ Did Star Trek Into Darkness need to have a gigantic starship crashing into San ­Francisco? I’ll never know. But it sure felt like it did.”


  • ItIsn’tEvenFunnyAnymoreYouGuys


  • Mitchell Taco Nash

    I only read the first few paragraphs out of your novel, but I think I agree with what you’re trying to say.

  • Mitchell Taco Nash

    I read that whole thing in Plinkett’s voice. Not sure why, but that coffee cup stain really takes the cake.

  • John Gray

    Aren’t there more blockbusters to savage? Where’s the new half in the bag?

  • Krish


  • Edward Stoller

    No more or less clever than their response to me “guest”. It’s funny how the critics of other people’s work can’t take criticism themselves. They’re big boys aren’t they?

    I’m not being an asshole for no reason. I love Plinkett. That character/narrative is why RLM exists in the first place right? But they have stopped making those reviews either because they have run out of ideas on how to continue him in review form, or they have normal dayjobs working 9-5 and physically do not have the time to do another one (I understand that the Plinkett reviews take time, effort and energy to make).

    Either way, these guys aren’t infallible. Judging from the epic essay one guy wrote in response to me, they clearly have fans. But even fans can turn eventually when the quality of content begins to waver.

    Half in the Bag is a lazy, cheap way to review films. Films the RLM crew wish they had the money to make themselves and Mike and Jay come off as a bitter, failed filmmakers who are frustrated at their own lack of progress in the filmmaking world. Plinkett was a creative and inventive way to review movies while these guys evolved their own unique character and narrative. Plus, it was actually hysterical where Half in the Bag is mildly diverting waffle. Like watching two film students complain about how unfair Hollywood has been to them.

    I make no bones and stand by what I said. Am I clever? No. Is what I have to say any less true though? Not at all.

    That letter they posted does sum it up though. Critics are the worst at taking criticism.

  • omgnoway

    Mr. Plinkett voice: You lazy fucks!

  • Kyle

    We don’t need RLM to be Cinema Sins and Honest Trailers. We have Cinema Sins and Honest Trailers for that. I like my RLM being RLM thank you very much.

  • Kyle

    I am lazy and don’t feel like signing in to down-vote, so down-vote.

  • Yoshie Maken

    I’d like to counter all of your reviews with a facial hair review: Great job everyone!

  • Gristle McThornbody

    I love you guys more than life itself.

  • spurdburt


  • Martín Galarza Flores

    Right, because to enjoy and praise a good meal or to criticise a bad one you should first have your own succesful restaurant.

    You probably thought it was so clever to steal Stoklasa’s idea to write your response as a letter and to have it be from someone who is not even you, unlike Red Letter Media.

    I honestly feel bad for you.

  • Billy Nunez


  • Alex Lee

    Well, Hollywood is filled with aristocrats…

  • Alex Lee

    I think the whole auto-pilot stuff was put in because Nolan wanted to kill off this Batman, but the studio said, “He can’t be killed off because we want to have the option eventually make a Justice League movie without having to create another origin story.” He probably said that “Batman needs to sacrifice himself to complete his arc throughout the trilogy.” So, they ended up with that weird compromise where it looks like he sacrificed himself, but not really.

  • Dr. Bertram Merriweather M.D.

    To be fair, what you said wasn’t just criticism. A criticism would be: “I thought the Plinkett kills prostitutes tangents went on too long or were too intrusive.” Or, “Mike’s point about Superman wasn’t valid.”

    What you actually did was say “Hey I see what you’re doing and I don’t like it that much. You should do something else. You should do what these guys are doing.” That’s what’s so comical about your first post.

  • Aden

    We’ve had Riddick. Kick Ass 2 and The World’s End recently.

    These each offer plenty of material.

  • Max

    I would be curious to know what Mike and Jay’s stance on “Only God Forgives” would be…

  • Alex Lee

    Cool article, and this is probably the first time I didn’t think of Lindeof as a vague writer.

  • Xor

    “uggghhh it’s been some rough weeks, lets see what the new Half In The Bag that’ll give me a good laugh”

  • The Cleaning Ladyman

    HITB just has to do this at some point


    The directorial debut of Ted ‘Theodore’ Logan, financed by China, starring a Matrix choreographer. The ingredients are all there, just add beer.

  • Alex

    I would also request on my mother’s womb that they watch Only God Forgives

  • Xor

    But what if someone where to, hypothetically, cut open that womb and stick their fist in it?

  • Reuven Gershon

    Damn you Red Letter Media, get back from your holidays and give us more free product!

  • omgnoway

    At least they’re still doing Best of the Worst 😛

  • Reuven Gershon

    P.S. I donate.

  • Mitchell Taco Nash

    Was your mother’s womb ever oxygenated?

  • Panasit

    Interest in reviewing Breaking Bad?

  • dollar store cashier wife

    Review Gravity you lazy fucks

  • Jimy Weedstein

    where the fuck is my new episode!!!!!!!!!!! sincerely your biggest fan 🙂

  • Anton


    Nerds like Star Wars. Nerds hate the prequels. Nerds love Mr Pinkett’s reviews.

    Some nerds also own a shitload of bitcoins.

    Accept bitcoin-donations and I predict you’ll be a happy bunch.

    That’s all.

  • Billy Nunez

    do Gravity / Open Water

  • Daemonocracy

    I thought what Edward wrote was pretty funny myself. He’s not being rude or abusive in any way, everyone needs to relax. He wants to see more Plinkett, I think we all do.

    Half in the Bag has grown on me though.

  • The Down Voter

    New episode needed!!!


    I’ve been pathetically hitting ‘refresh’ and living in my own filth for months while waiting for a new Half in the Bag.

  • son_of_numeric

    lol what utter nonsense

  • Carter Bowles

    Putting no sound in space in Firefly may have been pretentious, but it still was by far the best piece of science fiction to touch television in quite some time.

  • Johnny Charles Grinter


  • George Superman


    I think Ive found the answer why the movies suck more and more over the years

  • dollar store cashier wife

    will you do hobbit pt.2:desolation of everything that made LOTR good?

  • TapewormBike

    Starring Benedict “I have to be in fucking everything now” Cabbagepatch and some other actors you wish they were this good somewhere completely else.

  • AlcaldeEste

    Ok, that appears to be a “paper” that some high school student named Brendan wrote for his sociology class, but it may have been written by a 5th grader.
    It’s littered with spelling errors (illigatme births, New Zeland, a deseise, conquiecnes [=consequences, I think] ) and nonsensical anecdotes with no references (I heard some doctors did a blood transfusion and the blood “carried the information that allowed them to think”). Thanks, Brendan, I heard anecdotes are a highly valued type of evidence in science. Also, what the fuck does that even mean?
    Given the subject matter, it’s almost like a joke. I wonder what grade Brendan got.

  • El_Runko

    “That character/narrative is why RLM exists in the first place right?”


  • George Superman

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=icmRCixQrx8 I think this will be a better way to show what I mean 😉 to tell the truth didnt read the thing too closely just browsed through after seeing the graph at the top;P

  • Austin Battaglia

    You missed Prisoners. That movie was pretty fucking terrific. Watch it, you don’t even have to review it, just watch it.

  • Austin Battaglia

    Hes more of a guy that looks kind of british than an actual actor.

  • Workshed

    Spring Breakers…. the best film out of the US in about ten years. ‘A Clockwork Orange’ for the GTA/CoD generation. You need to take a step back Jay and see how important this commentary/satire is. I have exactly the same problems as yourself with Harmony Korine but, with Spring Breakers, he’s finally hit the spot (even if it was a happy accident). Franco – an actor I usually despise – should get a Best Supporting Actor nod. One for the script too, which is full of notable quotables. Time will tell.

  • Len Kabasinski

    ^ill agree here. I thought PRISONERS was awesome.

  • Alex Lee

    This is kind of a refutation. It sort of thins the herd, but then again, that herd had already bred, so…


  • Alex Lee

    So, I just checked some reviews and box office returns for “47 Ronin” and it’s what everyone expected. Too bad they won’t review it and compare it to “Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter.”

  • Rae Lee

    For the love of all things holy- please review Frozen!!! Its a horrible movie and people should know how terrible it is. People really like this movie for reasons i cannot understand – it would also be interesting to see grown men pick apart a princess movie…. Please help a gal out!!!


  • benizuka

    I just watched Spike Jonze’s “Her”. Please review it. Or just mention it. It’s such a strong movie in terms of performance, direction, writing, score, sound design, cinematography – there’s so much horrible shit out there that’s getting shoved down our throats and this gem of a movie isn’t even playing in most of the cinemas in my city. Please just mention how good it is. Uhr……..unless you didn’t like it.

  • dollar store cashier wife

    wish granted

  • benizuka


  • FearAndSlothing
  • Duckler

    Oh god, I forgot that even came out!

  • cumcruncher69

    gross. is that you? bad

  • DeColonise

    Had been nice to see a review of All Is Lost or a short review at least.

  • benizuka

    …said cumcruncher69

  • Pissernacht

    I know why people like it…
    It’s because it has a song about girls’ first orgasm!

  • Andrew St. Clair

    “People really like this movie for reasons i cannot understand”

    You ever think it’s because you’re a really stupid piece of dog shit?

  • Lat

    Why did you guys never review Hunger Games 2? You did the first one and agreed you were excited for the sequels but never reviewed the second one when it came out.

  • speaking of movies they like/love and have set up some sort of “i want to see it” theme about, where is the world’s end review? they seem to love shaun of the dead and hot fuzz strongly enough to mention both multiple times in the show yet they completely miss the world’s end, which i personally found to be a genuinely perfect film for what it sets out to do.

    jay? mike? want a dvd sent in the mail so you can watch a good movie for once?

  • Lat

    I’m considering sending them a copy of Catching Fire with a frozen pizza roll taped to the back.

  • Lat

    Then you haven’t seen Sherlock.

  • Why not review Need for Speed? I̶t̶ ̶w̶i̶l̶l̶ ̶b̶e̶ ̶o̶n̶e̶ ̶o̶f̶ ̶t̶h̶e̶ ̶f̶e̶w̶ ̶m̶o̶v̶i̶e̶s̶ ̶I̶’̶l̶l̶ ̶h̶a̶v̶e̶ ̶a̶c̶t̶u̶a̶l̶l̶y̶ ̶s̶e̶e̶n̶ ̶b̶e̶f̶o̶r̶e̶ ̶w̶a̶t̶c̶h̶i̶n̶g̶ YOUr̶ ̶r̶e̶v̶i̶e̶w̶s̶ HACKS. Oops,I almost spilled the secret, sorry everyone. Don’t worry I fixed it.

  • Dash Faster

    I’m a 30 year old man and I think Frozen is fine. It’s a good children’s film and it has good music and visuals. There’s really nothing wrong with it, actually.

    In fact, you’d kind of have to be a joyless asshole idiot buzzkill not to at least smile during it.

  • Billyman Gilson

    The solo movies are all happening at the same time, so the other Avengers are busy with their shit.

  • KaZa MaHa

    Do a review on The Raid 2: Berandal. God niblets.

  • andypants1989

    I don’t know if that’s the actual explanation but it’s good enough for me. Still, it would have been cool to have seen Thor flying around on a tv screen in the background or maybe some cryptric news report about strange rifts in the sky or people reporting seeing UFO’s or something at some point.

  • Alyx Vance

    If we were talking about a movie that looks like a real time rendering that’d be true. Movies have the benefit of being pre-rendered so of course they look better. The difference between them isn’t about their frames per second.

  • Byron

    Hey! Why no Noah review?!

  • jsmith0552

    Good call guys on saying this is not necessarily a “kids” film. This film has a body count higher than most Bond films.

  • HNSZ

    I’ve seen a lot of Frozen hate lately, not sure where it comes from. I thought it had an interesting, solid story and well defined and explored characters. A nice movie that was aimed mainly at 13yo girls.
    Apparently people needed it to be the next Disney classic or else it was total shit.

  • Xor

    Please tell me this comment was satire…

  • Workshed

    Sorry Xor. Afraid I’m deadly serious. I’m presuming you’re a US citizen..? If you’re not, forgive me for the slight, but as seen through the eyes of someone from South Yorkshire (UK), Korine nailed the US teenage experience of ‘gang ultra-violence’, gun-culture, hip-hop culture, racism, sexism, ego, id. I could talk about Spring Breakers for hours. Sure, it has a few flaws but, much the same as ACO, they can be overlooked for this is bravura piece of film-making of the highest order. I know it divides audiences, but the best films often do.
    p.s. I went to university in Los Angeles so I do have some first-hand knowledge of the ‘American Experience’.

  • Xor

    I am and have gone to a “party school” as well.

    The problem with Spring Breakers is that the “characters” are flat and stupid to the point of being automata but are treated seriously and not in a satirical way. I’m sure that was the point but you can’t have it both ways: intentionally flat and serious at the same time. For Clockwork in contrast, there were full characters and it was both satirical and serious.

    I’m sure Europeans liked it but I think we can both agree the characters were caricatures, and making a serious drama from caricatures (without any hint of irony) is a terrible experience.

  • Workshed

    In which way are the characters in A Clockwork Orange ‘full’..? Don’t you think SB is satirical and serious? It’s asking young Americans to take a long, hard in the mirror at what the predominant elements represented in your media/culture stand for. In ACO they are archetypes. Don’t be fooled by the bravura intensity of Malcom; most British thugs are boring, dull, uncultured, uneducated, and the exact opposite of Alex De Large. I implore you to watch Spring Breakers again – I was in a state of repulsion for much of the movie but then began to reassess it’s merits, subtlety – did you notice that the girls drive away at the end of the movie in an orange mechanical device?!

  • Workshed

    Yes. Let’s have a review of that PoS.

  • Xor

    Alex was certainly full in the sense that he had a personality, basic intelligence etc. and Clockwork did have elements of dark comedy while SB was serious to the point of being like a Hallmark movie (except maybe unintentionally with the Franco character) which, again, requires having basic characters or it’s just unwatchable.

    I might try to re-watch it but there are better ways of going about it, for instance The World’s End is also a critique of party culture and is watchable.

  • Workshed

    TWE is a slight nod to the UK’s ‘pub/drinking culture’ (that died with the smoking ban) but it’s only a device to give the story some structure; imo the core of the tale is about friendship (or lack of it) as you grow up, get married, expand your social and economic horizons, and the (British) class distinction this inevitably brings.

    Personally, I found Spring Breakers hilarious, it’s satire sharp as a knife. For me, the characters were rounded in their vacuity, selfishness, all-American aspirations, and their misguided belief systems. I can see why Americans would be offended by SB, but as a Marxist who derides the Capitalist model, and as someone without ‘faith’ who generally tends to ridicule those who revel in it, I see it as an extremely pointed critique that Korine has given us on ‘The American Way’; I especially loved the central goody-two-shoes character (in the beginning) being unceremoniously bussed-out mid-way through the movie.

  • MarcusFrost

    You guys should review Godzilla.

  • Xor

    On an explicit story level yes but even the director said TWE’s theme is the culture of being a man-child, and how it’s a kind of satire of those movies.

    Let’s look at it a different way: imagine if someone made a movie about a socialist country where the characters acted like mindless machines but it was taken completely seriously. Would this also be an accurate satire of people who believe in socialism?

    The characters in SB are not realistic, they are intentionally pathological exaggerations to critique American culture. I’m all for that but it doesn’t work if it’s framed by the seriousness of a made-for-TV drama.

  • Furia Hardkur

    no backstory with videostore and mr plinket ? ur geting lazy!

  • Kokoro Wish

    Now I want to hear them review Independence Day.

  • Andrew

    I hope to see an XMEN half in the bag soon…

  • Arkayen Jinglebells

    Can we get an answer for if there is going to ever be a Plinkett review again? Cause it’s been so freaking long, but you left the last video saying you were going to do all these movies. That was in 2012 though. So what’s the deal? Is there never going to be a Plinkett review ever again or what?

  • Johnny Depp

    They did, last year.

  • MarcusFrost

    I posted that comment 11 months ago…

  • Nope. Never ever.

    The Plinkett reviews were all an elaborate scam to lure people in for Care Boars.

  • Bill Perman

    eagerly waiting the review for the new X-Men: Days of Plots Forgotten

  • Paul Howard

    Just paid for and downloaded your movie and the making of the movie. I really enjoyed watching it. Although I liked the making a bit more.

  • Furia Hardkur

    u dont like how they just crap on what happened in all other movies ?

  • Jim El

    You guys liked X-Men Days of Fudged-up Plotlines??? NOOOOOOOOOO.

  • Mike Lee

    No! It must be Baked!

  • Some random asshole

    Plinkett! You fat fuck! get off your jizz encrusted wheelchair and reveiw a movie before I use a weejie board and contact your dead wife to cunt punt you into the next generation!

  • Greasy McNasty

    Why does everyone want a Plinkett review so bad?

    I want Space Cop!!!

  • Alexander

    I’ve watched all the Half In The Bag episodes, I love the show. But new episodes don’t come out fast enough. What do you fucking do with your time? Hurry the fuck up and make more fucking episodes!

  • jsmith0552

    Man, I never thought I’d be in this much agreement with you two about a film, but regarding this pretension slop we agree.

  • Great review of a “Million Ways To Die In The West”, the reason Doc Brown was in the movie was so Seth could get the movie to pay for his 250K BTTF Delorean he bought.

  • ikdks

    You guys really should have a talk with Screen Junkies. They totally ripped off your Clone Wars review and elements of your Godzilla 98 review in their Honest Trailers.

  • Roger Sarvis

    There are 10s of movie/game review sites in this vast internet, but you guys make original content instead of just ritualistically dissecting and riffing on the content of others. Occasionally, you guys mention a movie of which I’ve never heard and that’s awesome. I wanna see space cop.

  • Roger Sarvis

    Which one? Feeding frenzy or gorilla interupted?

  • Andrew Voorhees

    As much as I love Half in the Bag, I really miss the Plinkett reviews, at the end of the Crystal Skull review you named a bunch of movies that Plinkett was supposed to review, what happened to that.

  • Andrew Voorhees

    They did once riff on the Irate Gamer (In their Wolverine review), but it was well deserved and pretty funny.

  • Palpy

    They are making Space Cop and Best of the Worst at the same time.

  • Guest
  • Andrew Voorhees

    No, but that was still almost 2 years old at this point, I’m just disappointed they stopped doing them, they were truly were comedy gold. I’m staying optimistic though, maybe they’re in the making of one, and are just not posting it so that when they do post it, it gets a shit ton of views. That’s just what I’m hoping.

  • Duckler

    I don’t always stay up for three days whilst drunk, but when I do, I watch Dos Equis..

  • Duckler

    Holy crap, have you ever tried to shoot and edit something? I’m just amazed that they can do what they do.

  • Lat

    I’ve looked upon God’s own face and it pales in comparison to that video.

    (and by God I mean RichEvans)

  • Enea

    interstellar review??

  • Luk Holly

    You need to review John Wick, really solid action movie.

  • Xor

    Nightcrawler is obliviously a satire of a “success story” movie.

  • AlcaldeEste

    Or maybe that’s just what happens in the movie as pointed out by every other reviewer … Roger Ebert … BBC’s Mark Kermode.
    Like if you said that Jar Jar Binks was annoying or that grass is green and I also said it, I’m totally ripping you off.

  • ikdks


    Watch it. It’s the identical cadence, the identical delivery and it’s word for word the same.

    Do you really think I would bother to mention it if they just thought the same thing? That’s stupid.

  • Bigphil2695


  • amplifact

    don’t lose your jay

  • Jack P. Coleman

    It’s so dense, every single image has so many beer bottles.

  • jsmith0552

    How about reviewing some really good small films that could use the attention, like Ex-Machina?

  • DontHateMePleaseLove

    Can you please explain why Ex Machina is good? It has the most conveniently silly setting set up just to make its stupid plot work that I’ve seen in the last couple of years.

  • jsmith0552

    I guess we’ve seen more films over the last couple of years.

    Considering the conceit of how you isolate the protagonists, which isn’t that far-fetched if you just google how the super-rich spend their money, it isn’t any more stupid that bigger budget films that oft-times don’t even go that far.

    But it still deserved a review. I mean if you can review a complete waste of time like Boyhood; or the fact that if Blomkamp hadn’t directed Chappie they most likely wouldn’t have reviewed that either. . .

  • instant relief

    Looks like a regular episode to me.

  • dave

    I’m a bit dissapointed that they didn’t had a Moon or Sourcecode review especially when they reviewed Nightcrawler.

    The Adam Sandler connection episodes were a nice perspective I would watch that as 2 hours documentary.

    A bit strange to find them not having Games of Thrones, House of Cards, Breaking Bad and True Detective reviews they have such a pop culture cloud even tho they are technically not cinema.

    Especially the first season of True Detective….they have to life under a rock to not have watched it.

    It’s like watching a 9 hours+ feature film and a good one on top.

    Where is your review?

  • ChickenSandwich

    The biggest problem I had with that movie was the fact I was entirely rooting for Khan, even when he turns heel.

    The characters were so inept that they resorted to consulting original Spock for a cheat code to beat him. By that point I was just wanting Khan to kill everybody, having proven that everyone else is a complete fuckstick.

    They even have to gang up on him to take him down, making him look like a total badass. I couldn’t stop myself from sympathising with Khan over everyone else. He was too charismatic, too strong, too likable to be a villain.

  • matt

    hey mike, you should read up on the franklin expedition. way more depressing story about arctic exploration

  • John Bradley

    Also worth watching, in a similar vein to “Everest” is “Race to the Bottom of the Earth”, a documentary shot by a guy who walked solo to the South Pole, 700 miles through the least habitable terrain on the planet. It’s quite compelling.


  • The Wicker Man (BWF)

    Krampus was great fun. Just got back from it. They are dead on with the 80’s vibe they discuss. It warmed my black heart with Gremlins, Demonic Toys, and Puppet Master overtones.

    This and We Are Still Here are my two favorite horror films of the year. Crimson Peak was a let down and It Follows squandered a great premise.

  • DoobzMcgee

    So I wanna know .. exactly how many times did George Lucas try to sue you guys? does he even know this website exists?

  • Private_Eyescream

    Have you tried injecting heroin into your penis?
    How about soy sauce?
    How about cat fur?

  • Private_Eyescream

    Does it bother you that people are addicted to your reviews and have a mix of love/rutting-horny-pizza-rolls passion to demand that you supply faster that which feeds their greeds?

    (And you folks DO NEED to get another Plinkett Review going when you get a chance because that seems to be the one angst with is most common with these folks — so maybe one new Plinkett Review of the 2nd Crappy Disney Star Snores movie and then the very last one as an “overview” because every funeral needs to have someone competent saying a eulogy over the grave.)

  • LincolnHawksBaseballCap

    It’s like Poetry…it rhymes

  • LincolnHawksBaseballCap

    Home of ‘the soft reboot’, “it’s like poetry it rhymes” and “it’s so dense there’s so much going on…” Love THIS place…

  • Tom Morris

    Add a page for 2016 episodes you hack frauds!

  • Movie Wan Kenovie

    You have taken the “f*ck you it’s January” too far this year. New review damnit! 🙂

  • Jimbo

    Have you guys retired or something? How about reviewing revevenant , hateful 8 and dead-pool when it comes out?

  • Variant

    Jay!!! Watch Kill List if you haven’t. You won’t regret it. It came out in 2011 and I’ve been waiting for you to mention how awesome it is. Seems right up your alley

  • Variant

    Jay!!!!!!!!! You should watch “Before I Wake”. I’m sure you can’t hear me here. But there it is.

  • GotoSleep

    The film is a lazy ripoff of Broadway’s Wicked. Even the title track is a lazy rip-off of Wicked’s Defying Gravity.

  • Brainorator

    Review Swiss army man! Must be this years most original and silly film. Including a dark substory with grotesque, yet lovable moments.

  • Ralph Cramden

    Catching up on Best of the Worst, my wife is checking everything on the Wheel-christ, she wants to watch them all. For a Re:View episode I’m curious about your thoughts on F/X (1986). Great fun as a kid but I see the shortcomings as I get older. Keep it rollin! I gotta go put Star Wars stickers on everything now.


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