It’s that time again… Blu Ray release time, that magical time of year when all the YouTube channels drop everything they’re doing and make videos about the EXACT SAME THING.
How It Should Have Ended!
Honest Trailers Behind the Scenes!
Spoiler Alert: She doesn’t smile. Ever.
Not the MCU’s first misstep, but probably its biggest. She’s supposed to be the headline character for the next few phases of the MCU, the replacement for Iron Man, and Brie Larson simply CANNOT carry that weight. She’s a good actress—at least on Community—but she was woefully miscast.
This will get all the praise, but I doubt it’ll be a blockbuster success.
It’s coming. This Christmas. Mary Poppins.
And the consequences will never be the same.
It’s a great list, with a few underrated gems, but…
I haven’t seen all of those movies, but those I have seen were “underrated” for a reason. I’m a fan of The Dark Crystal (seen the movie several times, owned the novelization as a kid and read it multiple times) but it was kind of inaccessible to most audiences (too strange).
The Black Cauldron had a meandering plot that was hard to swallow and different things happened at different times for “because, that’s why” reasons.
Ironic, given the clip used in the list, but Atlantis: The Lost Empire had a lot of potential, but squandered it on cliched villains and New Age-y nonsense.
Similar objections apply to both Bedknobs and Broomsticks (one of my favorite films) and Legend: it’s all down to the story. Creature effects don’t matter—if the story is great, audiences will generally love a movie. If not, well the movie can slink off to the pile of “underrated” films.
Story. Story. Story.
It’s all about the story.
How do I know? Because all the YouTube channels go wild when something new is coming out, producing topical videos to attract clicks.
Like Honest Trailers!
And Honest Trailers commentary!
“What is Dutch?” REALLY?
Moving on… CINEMA SINS!
So there it is, YouTube’s friendly reminder that a movie is about to be released. Your personal web alarm clock, courtesy of the web’s clickbait masters!
Interesting artistic interpretation.
Well, alrighty then.
We got your Halloween…
And your Christmas.
But where’s Thanksgiving?