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Amazing Spider-Man 2“The Amazing Spider-Man 2″ was, shall we say, not well-received. In fact, it was so awful that the folks behind Honest Trailers and the “Everything Wrong With” videos teamed up to take down the comic book movie.

Screen Junkies (behind Honest Trailers) and CinemaSins (the “Everything Wrong With” people) decided to do a crossover and swap formats to skewer… Continue reading Honest Trailer and 'Everything Wrong With' Cross Over to Skewer 'Amazing Spider-man 2'









summer box office 2014Remember last summer, when movie industry insiders as lofty as Steven Spielberg and George Lucas were predicting that it would take only a couple of megaflops to bring Hollywood’s entire blockbuster-driven business model crashing down? Indeed, there were a number of such flops last summer, and yet there were enough big hits offsetting those failures to wind up… Continue reading Summer Box Office 2014: What Went Wrong?









toy story, everything wrong with toy story, toy story sins“Toy Story,” Pixar’s first feature, is a film beloved by millions, but it requires a lot of suspension of disbelief. That’s where Cinema Sins (motto: “No movie is without sin”) comes in.

In less than nine minutes, the site breaks down its many beefs with the animated classic, chief among them the fact… Continue reading Here's Everything Wrong With 'Toy Story' in One Supercut (VIDEO)

Last year, Man of Steel proved to be a commercially successful reinvigoration of the Superman film franchise. It wasn’t a critical darling, and the reaction to the film by Superman comics fans can likely be generously described as “mixed.” If you began a debate surrounding the film in a comic book store, you’d likely find both ardent defenders and detractors of the finished product. The usual suspects… Continue reading Comics on Film: What Quentin Tarantino Got Wrong About Clark Kent