History WebVideo / BadMovieBeatdown

12th Jul '16 5:32:41 PM nombretomado
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** Film Brain points out that AlbertEinstein was attending university when ''Film/{{The Time Machine|2002}}'' takes place, rather than already being a patent clerk as the film asserts.

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** Film Brain points out that AlbertEinstein UsefulNotes/AlbertEinstein was attending university when ''Film/{{The Time Machine|2002}}'' takes place, rather than already being a patent clerk as the film asserts.
16th Jun '16 10:02:15 AM RaustBD
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* CellPhonesAreUseless: In his review for ''While She Was Out'', he called on the stupid reasons recent movies would have for not having cell phones ready.

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* CellPhonesAreUseless: In his review for ''While She Was Out'', he called on pointed out the stupid reasons recent movies would have for not having cell phones ready.ready, while also sympathetically pointing out that this sort of idiotic plot contrivance is [[NecessaryWeasel practically demanded]] by [[StoryBreakerPower how difficult it is to make certain stories without doing this]].
15th Jun '16 11:36:35 AM HamburgerTime
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* KarmaHoudini: Points out in the ''Killers'' review that Tom Selleck's character gets off ridiculously light for repeatedly trying to have his son-in-law killed, being forgiven essentially because [[ProtagonistCenteredMorality he's the heroine's father]] and because he does a HeelFaceTurn once his assassins go rogue and start trying to kill his daughter too. The most he gets is a tongue-lashing from his daughter, which is PlayedForLaughs.
19th May '16 4:58:41 PM nombretomado
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* NarrowedItDownToTheGuyIRecognize: {{Lampshaded}} in the review of ''The Riddle'', where [[{{in-universe}} he calls it]] the ''MurderSheWrote'' principle.

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* NarrowedItDownToTheGuyIRecognize: {{Lampshaded}} in the review of ''The Riddle'', where [[{{in-universe}} he calls it]] the ''MurderSheWrote'' ''Series/MurderSheWrote'' principle.
9th May '16 1:24:34 AM CountDorku
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** [[Franchise/DieHard John McClane]] has suffered some kind of psychological warping from his time fighting terrorists, to the point where he's degenerated into a BloodKnight who mostly experiences pleasure when killing people. He may also have superpowers.


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** ''Film/AGoodDayToDieHard'' leads to him concluding that John [=McClane=] had ''superpowers'' to explain how he managed to survive so many long-distance falls into painful things.
19th Apr '16 12:33:35 PM Morgenthaler
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* DanBrowned: Demonstrated when Film Brain asks Creator/CriticalMarine about the realism of Wrestling/JohnCena's stunts in ''TheMarine'';

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* DanBrowned: Demonstrated when Film Brain asks Creator/CriticalMarine about the realism of Wrestling/JohnCena's stunts in ''TheMarine'';''Film/TheMarine'';
15th Apr '16 8:40:34 PM HamburgerTime
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** Film Brain is extremely disturbed when Creator/StevenSeagal's character in ''Mercenary For Justice'' participates in a bank robbery, including killing several innocent guards trying to stop him, simply to [[FramingTheGuiltyParty get the crooked CIA agent who organized the heist to incriminate himself]].
11th Apr '16 11:42:45 AM Morgenthaler
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** At the beginning of ''Film/JackAndJill'', there's a slam against WebVideo/TheNostalgiaCritic for taking ''TheMasterOfDisguise'' when he knew Film Brain had been wanting to do it for months.

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** At the beginning of ''Film/JackAndJill'', there's a slam against WebVideo/TheNostalgiaCritic for taking ''TheMasterOfDisguise'' ''Film/TheMasterOfDisguise'' when he knew Film Brain had been wanting to do it for months.
4th Apr '16 8:42:24 AM HighCrate
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* HerrDoktor: Prof. Celluloid.
* [[invoked]] HeyItsThatGuy: He frequently does this when he finds an actor or actress who is far too good to be in the piece of crap he's reviewing, such as ''Film/TheEmpireStrikesBack'' director Irvin Kershner in ''On Deadly Ground''.

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* %%* HerrDoktor: Prof. Celluloid.
* [[invoked]] HeyItsThatGuy: He frequently does this when he finds an actor or actress who is far too good to be in the piece of crap he's reviewing, such as ''Film/TheEmpireStrikesBack'' director Irvin Kershner in ''On Deadly Ground''.
Celluloid.
26th Mar '16 3:33:44 PM erforce
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** He also points this out in ''HudsonHawk''. The movie explicitly said it's set in 1981, which only makes the multiple Nintendo references confusing.[[note]](Though ''VideoGame/DonkeyKong'' was released in arcades in 1981, it was in the tail end of the year, and few people would've known who made the game.)[[/note]]
--> Eddie: What's Nintendo?
--> Film Brain: That's actually a good question Eddie since the NES didn't come out until 1985. Oops!

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** He also points this out in ''HudsonHawk''.''Film/HudsonHawk''. The movie explicitly said it's set in 1981, which only makes the multiple Nintendo references confusing.[[note]](Though ''VideoGame/DonkeyKong'' was released in arcades in 1981, it was in the tail end of the year, and few people would've known who made the game.)[[/note]]
--> Eddie: -->'''Eddie:''' What's Nintendo?
--> Film Brain: -->'''Film Brain:''' That's actually a good question Eddie since the NES [[UsefulNotes/NintendoEntertainmentSystem NES]] didn't come out until 1985. Oops!



** His reaction to ''TheUglyTruth'' and ''All About Steve'' overall. Most of the comedies reviewed have at least one Dude Not Funny moment pointed out; ''HudsonHawk'' having several.

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** His reaction to ''TheUglyTruth'' ''Film/TheUglyTruth'' and ''All About Steve'' overall. Most of the comedies reviewed have at least one Dude Not Funny moment pointed out; ''HudsonHawk'' ''Film/HudsonHawk'' having several.
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