I've come to fahrvergnügen.
Like it or not, this actually offends people who don't know what that word means. It doesn't offend me, but I find it very hypocritical that you would use that word while at the same time you'd be very uncomfortable if someone used a confusing word around you. Once again, I'm not offended, but I'm a super hero around these parts. I come to the aid of those who are offended, but haven't spoken up yet. I am the community's white knight whether you like it or not! And don't anyone dare talk back to me, that offends my sensibilities, even though I'm totes not offended.
I thought you already reviewed this.
It's about time! Quit procrastinating Brad ;)
You forgot to mention Morrigan ran a successful construction company with George Bleuth building homes in Iraq, and is responsible for the holiday Cinco de Quatro
I was hoping for Doctor Mordrid (you know, the Doctor Strange rip-off from Full Moon with Jeffrey Combs in the lead) but oh well, this is funny too!!
I bet come next year with the new Spider-Man film, the Snob will have to review something related to it like the pilot for the 1978 TV series or a porno spoof!
I'm here to call out hypocrisy in this video. I think it's very offensive that Brad uses 4 letter words in this review, which is very hypocritical since we all know he'd never use bad language in front of his grandparents. I'm simply thinking of the kids in the audience who are too young to hear this words, therefore I'm being offended on their part. Helpless people out there need a strong white knight like me to come to their rescue when people on the internet use bad language and make dirty jokes. Look me up on Twitter, I'm here when you need me. I'll be ready to pounce on every sense of humor around the world.
Just two posts in and your schtick is already tired and old...
Get the fuck off my internet, you hack!
Be careful, buddy, I have a friend of mine who likes to prey in so-called "White Knights", his words to the last one:
I took Gotham's white knight and I brought him down to our level. It wasn't hard. You see, madness, as you know, is like gravity. All it takes is a little push!
It's interesting that they felt the need to change how and why he got his powers. I've actually been thinking that off and on since the last review I saw of this one.
And so, an euphemism for casual sex was born.
Cinema Snob, I've come to bargan ...on one of those awesome Lloyd t-shirts.
Well, we've already seen Nash, Linkara, Bastard Film Brain, and JewWario (R.I.P.) review this stinker of a made-for TV superhero movie. Why not let everybody's favorite Cinema Snob take a jab on the Sorcerer Supremely lackluster depiction of Doctor Strange?
1:23- The opening text to Highlander, this is not. Speaking of Highlander, Happy 30th Anniversary.
5:00 LOL! I was also thinking of the chase music from The Terminator.
There's actually a character in the comics named Clea, but thankfully doesn't have the last name "Lake," or any last name in that matter.
8:37- So, this movie is using the Eye of Agamotto from the Marvel Cinematic Universe?
10:43- Actually, Lindmer was using the Force mind trick on the nurse, because Star Wars: A New Hope was released a year before this movie.
14:49- Holy shit, what happened to your lenses!?
21:18- Still far better Trump.
At least this movie doesn't end with Thor, played by Ator from Troll 3, asking Dr. Strange for some help.
Some of the older archived videos of 2009 were brought over from the youtube account before thecinemasnob.com was created, so please forgive the lesser video quality of such as some did not transfer well.