History YMMV / CinemaSins

31st Jan '16 10:58:39 PM toonyloon
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*** In the scene where the other Avengers are trying to lift Thor's hammer, Jeremy questions what would happen if Bruce Banner tried to lift the hammer as the Hulk. In the first movie, during a fight sequence, Hulk actually does try to lift the hammer, and is unsuccessful.

** ''Disney/{{Frozen}}'': The narrator appears to be unaware of the fact that [[Franchise/DisneyAnimatedCanon Walt Disney Animation Studios]] is a separate studio within the larger Disney company, much in the same way as Creator/{{Pixar}}, accusing Disney of being "whores" for flashing two separate logos for its own company. The narrator also says that Anna shouldn't remember Olaf because of the trolls modifying her memory when she was little. While they did, they left her with the memories of playing with Elsa, only removing her memory of Elsa's ice powers. So she would have remembered Olaf, she just would have remembered him being made of regular snow instead of Elsa's magically-generated snow. The narrator also wonders how anyone saw Hans almost killing Elsa through the blizzard, but the blizzard stopped ''before'' Hans drew his sword.
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** ''Disney/{{Frozen}}'': The narrator Jeremy appears to be unaware of the fact that [[Franchise/DisneyAnimatedCanon Walt Disney Animation Studios]] is a separate studio within the larger Disney company, much in the same way as Creator/{{Pixar}}, accusing Disney of being "whores" for flashing two separate logos for its own company. The narrator He also says that Anna shouldn't remember Olaf because of the trolls modifying her memory when she was little. While they did, they left her with the memories of playing with Elsa, only removing her memory of Elsa's ice powers. So she would have remembered Olaf, she just would have remembered him being made of regular snow instead of Elsa's magically-generated snow. The narrator also wonders how anyone saw Hans almost killing Elsa through the blizzard, but the blizzard stopped ''before'' Hans drew his sword.

** ''WesternAnimation/MonstersInc'': The narrator criticizes how, at one point, Boo causes a blackout by laughing, while claiming that a blackout from earlier in the film was caused by Boo crying, not laughing. However, in the scene he was referring to, the blackout ''was'' caused by laughing. He then brings this up again when Boo's laughter causes every door in the vault to become active.
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** ''WesternAnimation/MonstersInc'': The narrator Jeremy criticizes how, at one point, Boo causes a blackout by laughing, while claiming that a blackout from earlier in the film was caused by Boo crying, not laughing. However, in the scene he was referring to, the blackout ''was'' caused by laughing. He then brings this up again when Boo's laughter causes every door in the vault to become active. However, in the scene he was referring to, the blackout ''was'' caused by laughing.

** ''Film/RevengeOfTheSith'': Jeremy constantly refers to General Grievous as a robot, which leads to several complaints (i.e. Grievous' coughing fit leads to a "coughing robot" sin). The movie makes it very clear that he's a cyborg by explicitly showing his biological organs and eyes. He also is under the impression that '''Obi-Wan''' brought Padmé to Mustafar, even though the film explicitly shows Obi-Wan having to sneak aboard her ship (and Jeremy even uses a clip of that scene) and Padmé is visibly shocked when Obi-Wan appears on Mustafar. Subsequently, he also asserts that Padmé believed Obi-Wan that Anakin was evil and needed to die, even though the film shows that the entire point of Padmé's travel was to try to confirm that Obi-Wan was wrong and '''her last words''' were to tell Obi-Wan that there is still good in him.
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** ''Film/RevengeOfTheSith'': ''Film/RevengeOfTheSith'': *** Jeremy constantly refers to General Grievous as a robot, which leads to several complaints (i.e. Grievous' coughing fit leads to a "coughing robot" sin). The movie makes it very clear that he's a cyborg by explicitly showing his biological organs and eyes. He also *** Jeremy is under the impression that '''Obi-Wan''' brought Padmé to Mustafar, even though the film explicitly shows Obi-Wan having to sneak aboard her ship (and Jeremy even uses a clip of that scene) and Padmé is visibly shocked when Obi-Wan appears on Mustafar. Subsequently, he also asserts that Padmé believed Obi-Wan that Anakin was evil and needed to die, even though the film shows that the entire point of Padmé's travel was to try to confirm that Obi-Wan was wrong and '''her last words''' were to tell Obi-Wan that there is still good in him.
31st Jan '16 1:35:14 PM MontyPythonFanatic2
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** ''Film/RevengeOfTheSith'': Jeremy constantly refers to General Grievous as a robot, which leads to several complaints (i.e. Grievous' coughing fit leads to a "coughing robot" sin). The movie makes it very clear that he's a cyborg by explicitly showing his biological organs and eyes.
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** ''Film/RevengeOfTheSith'': Jeremy constantly refers to General Grievous as a robot, which leads to several complaints (i.e. Grievous' coughing fit leads to a "coughing robot" sin). The movie makes it very clear that he's a cyborg by explicitly showing his biological organs and eyes. He also is under the impression that '''Obi-Wan''' brought Padmé to Mustafar, even though the film explicitly shows Obi-Wan having to sneak aboard her ship (and Jeremy even uses a clip of that scene) and Padmé is visibly shocked when Obi-Wan appears on Mustafar. Subsequently, he also asserts that Padmé believed Obi-Wan that Anakin was evil and needed to die, even though the film shows that the entire point of Padmé's travel was to try to confirm that Obi-Wan was wrong and '''her last words''' were to tell Obi-Wan that there is still good in him.
30th Jan '16 4:52:03 PM StFan
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** ''Film/AvengersAgeOfUltron'': He marks a sin for Captain America being able to telekinetically retrieve his shield during the final battle when it's demonstrated much earlier that he has a device on his arm that magnetically attracts it so he doesn't have to run over every time it doesn't bounce back to him. *** In the Age Of Ultron video at least half the sins count as this since Jeremy sins things for either not being explained, coming out of nowhere or only making sense if you watch ''Series/AgentsOfShield''.
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** ''Film/AvengersAgeOfUltron'': ''Film/AvengersAgeOfUltron'': *** He marks a sin for Captain America being able to telekinetically retrieve his shield during the final battle when it's demonstrated much earlier that he has a device on his arm that magnetically attracts it so he doesn't have to run over every time it doesn't bounce back to him. *** In the Age Of Ultron video at At least half the sins count as this since Jeremy sins things for either not being explained, coming out of nowhere or only making sense if you watch ''Series/AgentsOfShield''.''Series/AgentsOfSHIELD''.
22nd Jan '16 11:14:50 AM MyLittleXero
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*** In the Age Of Ultron video at least half the sins count as this since Jeremy sins things for either not being explained, coming out of nowhere or only making sense if you watch ''Series/AgentsOfSheild''.
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*** In the Age Of Ultron video at least half the sins count as this since Jeremy sins things for either not being explained, coming out of nowhere or only making sense if you watch ''Series/AgentsOfSheild''.''Series/AgentsOfShield''.
22nd Jan '16 11:13:44 AM MyLittleXero
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*** In the Age Of Ultron video at least half the sins count as this since Jeremy sins things for either not being explained, coming out of nowhere or only making sense if you watch ''Series/AgentsOfSheild''.
21st Jan '16 9:40:59 AM TeraChimera
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* FanHater: Normally avoided, but the video for ''Furious 7'' has several "sins" that are nothing more than potshots at people who enjoyed it. "To people who liked this movie: what's it like living in the Matrix?"
16th Jan '16 1:53:48 PM ctempire
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** In the start of ''Disney/TheLionKing'', Jeremy says the Walt Disney Pictures logo in the film was used in TheNineties, where it's actually the computer-generated one used since 2006. The film came with the blue logo used at the time of its 1994 release, but the newer logo plastered it on a newer rerelease, so Jeremy is probably reviewing the film from its 2011 release.

** In the start of ''Disney/TheLionKing'', Jeremy says the Walt Disney Pictures logo in the film was used in TheNineties, where it's actually the computer-generated one used since 2006. The film came with the blue logo used at the time of its 1994 release, but the newer logo plastered it on a newer rerelease, so Jeremy is probably reviewing the film from its 2011 release.
16th Jan '16 1:51:58 PM ctempire
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** In the start of ''Disney/TheLionKing'', Jeremy says the Walt Disney Pictures logo in the film was used in TheNineties, where it's actually the computer-generated one used since 2006. The film came with the blue logo used at the time of its 1994 release, but the newer logo plastered it on a newer rerelease, so Jeremy is probably reviewing the film from its 2011 release.
6th Jan '16 2:01:09 PM MegaMarioMan
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** In the descriptions of some videos, they even note that they like some of the films they're covering; examples have included ''Film/BackToTheFuture'', ''Film/TheHuntForRedOctober'' and ''Film/TheMatrix''. In ''Everything Wrong With Cinemasins'' Jeremy notes that one of the films they've covered is in his personal top ten. "And no, it's not motherf*cking ''Film/{{Twilight}}''. It was ''Film/{{Battleship}}''." ** In addition, they have something of a hatedom from the ''other'' side of the intellectual spectrum: many people dislike CinemaSins for focusing too hard on narrative nitpicks and ignoring the greater themes of the film, essentially, not reading ''enough'' into them. ** In a Reddit post, Jeremy noted that the films CinemaSins has specifically gotten the most hate for are the ''Film/MarvelCinematicUniverse''.
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** In the descriptions of some videos, they even note that they like some of the films they're covering; examples have included ''Film/BackToTheFuture'', ''Film/TheHuntForRedOctober'' and ''Film/TheMatrix''. In ''Everything Wrong With Cinemasins'' [=Cinemasins=]'' Jeremy notes that one of the films they've covered is in his personal top ten. "And no, it's not motherf*cking ''Film/{{Twilight}}''. It was ''Film/{{Battleship}}''." ** In addition, they have something of a hatedom from the ''other'' side of the intellectual spectrum: many people dislike CinemaSins [=CinemaSins=] for focusing too hard on narrative nitpicks and ignoring the greater themes of the film, essentially, not reading ''enough'' into them. ** In a Reddit post, Jeremy noted that the films CinemaSins [=CinemaSins=] has specifically gotten the most hate for are the ''Film/MarvelCinematicUniverse''.

* NeverLiveItDown: The "Review Crew" scandal seems to be shaping up to be this for Screen Junkies and CinemaSins due to the ProductPlacement in the show for the former and Jeremy's reaction causing fans to go at each other's throats.
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* NeverLiveItDown: The "Review Crew" scandal seems to be shaping up to be this for Screen Junkies and CinemaSins [=CinemaSins=] due to the ProductPlacement in the show for the former and Jeremy's reaction causing fans to go at each other's throats.
4th Jan '16 2:39:10 PM TheRoguePenguin
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needs a source, not just viewer opinion
* UnfortunateImplications: In the 'Saw' video, at one point a sin is explained with, "What if he misses? What if he throws like a girl?" For a channel that's quick to say [[RunningGag "That's racist!"]], it's a little jarring to see this use of casual sexism.
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