History Heartwarming / TheCinemaSnob

14th May '18 2:24:39 PM BeastC
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* Similar to the above, despite the absolute seething hatred he had for the character Creator/DavidSchwimmer played in ''Film/KissingAFool'', Snob/Brad is still absolutely complementary about Schwimmer's acting skills, from ''Series/{{Friends}}''[='=] more dramatic scenes to ''Series/ThePeopleVOJSimpson''.

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* Similar to the above, ** Similarly, despite the absolute seething hatred he had for the character Creator/DavidSchwimmer played in ''Film/KissingAFool'', Snob/Brad is still absolutely complementary about Schwimmer's acting skills, from ''Series/{{Friends}}''[='=] more dramatic scenes to ''Series/ThePeopleVOJSimpson''.''Series/ThePeopleVOJSimpson''.
** Snob won't pull any punches when it comes to the movies David A.R. White or Pure Flix (which White is a co-founder of) produces, but it's clear that Snob genuinely enjoys White's acting whenever he shows up.
--->'''Snob''' (''after seeing White's character in Film/GodsNotDead2 comically stub his toe on a stool''): [[ActuallyPrettyFunny Hehehe]], he's gonna be the best part of this movie isn't he?
28th Mar '18 1:39:43 PM JamesAustin
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* Similar to the above, despite the absolute seething hatred he had for the character Creator/DavidSchwimmer played in ''Film/KissingAFool'', Snob/Brad is still absolutely complementary about Schwimmer's acting skills, from ''Series/{{Friends}}''[='=] more dramatic scenes to ''Series/ThePeopleVOJSimpson''.
26th Feb '18 1:32:39 PM BeastC
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* In spite of his hatred for movies like ''Last Ounce of Courage'' and ''Voiceless'', Snob/Brad regularly points out how Rusty Joiner is the [[HeReallyCanAct best actor of both of them]], even to the point of saying Joiner is too good for ''Voiceless''.
5th Oct '17 11:39:59 AM JamesAustin
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* Snob's (and most certainly also Brad's) clear discomfort at how ''Wired'' seemed to be one long SpeakIllOfTheDead with regards of Creator/JohnBelushi (in his words, "Congratulations, you're lecturing ''a dead person.''"), including the scenes with Ray Sharkey's character chastising Belushi,[[note]]Sharkey was also a drug addict, and died of AIDS in 1993.[[/note]] while at the same time also praising Creator/MichaelChiklis for how he TookTheBadFilmSeriously.

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* Snob's (and most certainly also Brad's) clear discomfort at how ''Wired'' seemed to be one long SpeakIllOfTheDead with regards of Creator/JohnBelushi (in his words, "Congratulations, you're lecturing ''a dead person.''"), including the scenes with Ray Sharkey's character chastising Belushi,[[note]]Sharkey was also a drug addict, and died of AIDS in 1993.[[/note]] while at the same time also praising Creator/MichaelChiklis Creator/MichaelChiklis, defending Chiklis for wanting to jump at the chance to play one of the most beloved comedians of the day, despite the book's and movie's controversial nature.
* Brad pointing out that ''The Babe Ruth Story'', while a bad film due to its TastesLikeDiabetes tone and [[WTHCastingAgency odd casting of the titular character]], does at least seem to legitimately like Creator/BabeRuth and want to portray him [[AllLovingHero in a positive way]] (unlike
how he TookTheBadFilmSeriously.the aforementioned ''Wired'' did with John Belushi).



* His constant praise for Creator/MichaelChiklis as Creator/JohnBelushi in the movie adaptation of ''Wired''. He even defends Chiklis for wanting to jump at the chance to play one of the most beloved comedians of the day, despite the book's and movie's controversial nature.
* Brad pointing out that ''The Babe Ruth Story'', while a bad film due to its TastesLikeDiabetes tone and [[WTHCastingAgency odd casting of the titular character]], does at least seem to legitimately like Creator/BabeRuth and want to portray him [[AllLovingHero in a positive way]] (unlike how the aforementioned ''Wired'' did with Creator/JohnBelushi).
5th Oct '17 11:36:03 AM JamesAustin
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** The music he chooses for the opening credits is the opening theme to Series/SiskelAndEbert.

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** The music he chooses for the opening credits is the opening theme to Series/SiskelAndEbert.''Series/SiskelAndEbert''.



* In his review to '''Driller: A Sexual Thriller''' he manages to review the porn [[MichaelJacksonsThrillerParody parody]] of Michael Jackson's ''Music/{{Thriller}}'' video without doing any poor taste jokes toward Music/MichaelJackson and with that makes the review enjoyable for MJ fans as well. This also counts as an [[Awesome/TheCinemaSnob awesome moment]].

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* Snob's (and most certainly also Brad's) clear discomfort at how ''Wired'' seemed to be one long SpeakIllOfTheDead with regards of Creator/JohnBelushi (in his words, "Congratulations, you're lecturing ''a dead person.''"), including the scenes with Ray Sharkey's character chastising Belushi,[[note]]Sharkey was also a drug addict, and died of AIDS in 1993.[[/note]] while at the same time also praising Creator/MichaelChiklis for how he TookTheBadFilmSeriously.
* In his review to '''Driller: ''Driller: A Sexual Thriller''' Thriller'' he manages to review the porn [[MichaelJacksonsThrillerParody parody]] of Michael Jackson's ''Music/{{Thriller}}'' video without doing any poor taste jokes toward Music/MichaelJackson and with that makes the review enjoyable for MJ fans as well. This also counts as an [[Awesome/TheCinemaSnob awesome moment]].
25th Sep '17 9:28:33 AM Jackie-Chaos-Bunny
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26th Aug '17 5:04:47 PM ClintEastwood
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* His constant praise for Michael Chiklis as Creator/JohnBelushi in the movie adaptation of ''Wired''. He even defends Chiklis for wanting to jump at the chance to play one of the most beloved comedians of the day, despite the book's and movie's controversial nature.

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* His constant praise for Michael Chiklis Creator/MichaelChiklis as Creator/JohnBelushi in the movie adaptation of ''Wired''. He even defends Chiklis for wanting to jump at the chance to play one of the most beloved comedians of the day, despite the book's and movie's controversial nature.
22nd Aug '17 6:54:51 PM libertydude
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** Brad also makes it clear that, despite Creator/JohnWayne's ''[[WTHCastingAgency severe]]'' [[WTHCastingAgency miscasting]], he does credit Wayne for at least [[PlayingAgainstType trying something different]] and [[TookTheBadFilmSeriously clearly putting his all into his performance]].
22nd Aug '17 11:00:38 AM libertydude
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* Brad pointing out that ''The Babe Ruth Story'', while a bad film due to its TastesLikeDiabetes tone and [[WTHCastingAgency odd casting of the titular character]], does at least seem to legitimately like Creator/BabeRuth and want to portray him [[AllLovingHero in a positive way]] (unlike how the aforementioned ''Wired'' did with Creator/JohnBelushi).
14th Aug '17 8:41:28 PM Twentington
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* His constant praise for Michael Chiklis as Creator/JohnBelushi in the movie adaptation of ''Wired''. He even defends Chiklis for wanting to jump at the chance to play one of the most beloved comedians of the day, despite the book's and movie's controversial nature.
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