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* I may be the only one who thinks so, but Film Brain's rant at the end of ''Film/SevenPounds'' deserves a spot on this list:
-->"Now many people found this movie [[{{Glurge}} touching]]. [[TranquilFury I didn't.]] [[BerserkButton It struck a nerve.]] It's bad enough that the film is severely boring because [[ForegoneConclusion it's obvious what is going on.]] It's bad enough that [[DarknessInducedAudienceApathy the movie is so morose and miserable.]] It's bad enough that it's [[TrueArtIsAngsty pretentious tosh.]] It's bad enough that WillSmith himself is desperately {{Oscar Bait}}ing by [[TomHanksSyndrome dialing back his signature charm to trace levels]] and [[{{Wangst}} acting as mopey as possible.]] No, my real issue is with the film's message. Tim's sacrifice at the end of the movie is celebrated and he's made a [[MartyrWithoutACause martyr]]. I'm sorry, but I find that [[UnfortunateImplications profoundly worrying]]. [[FamilyUnfriendlyAesop The movie is literally saying that suicide is okay as long as you donate your organs. What the]] ''[[PrecisionFStrike fuck]]'' [[FamilyUnfriendlyAesop kind of message is that?]]
** The opening deserves a mention too:
-->Hello and welcome to Bad Movie Beatdown, the controversial episode. Yep, it's that time of the series again, where once again I show that I have an opinion of my own.
** Especially since, according to [[http://blip.tv/file/3975694 his commentary]], he was afraid it would be "{{Equilibrium}} [[InternetBackdraft times ten]]," and ''still'' didn't hold back.
** And in the commentary, he reveals that someone in his family committed suicide, so doing the review was very hard for him and he worried he was too close to the material to make it a good video, on top of his fear of the film's fans. Doing the commentary also allows him to let out the rage he was holding back on during filming, and you can hear genuine anger as he brings up how Will Smith's character has had a better life than him and could do so much more than save seven people if he lived, finishing with "He has NO RIGHT!"
*** Specifying further, just ''admitting'' the personal nature of the review to his viewers took serious guts.
*** It was rewarded. The InternetBackdraft he expected didn't happen, and when they [[{{Kickassia}} met in Reno]], Doug told him he'd not only [[SoProudOfYou liked the review]] but changed his opinion of the movie!
** Just the fact he took away all the positives he could from the divisive ''Equilibrium'' fiasco, learning everything he could from the experience and intervening videos, so his next controversial review was not only much better-handled in general, but also better-argued to the point where he was met not with backlash but polite dissent. That shows some serious character.
** In the commentary, he calls out the writer for not bothering to do the ''two minutes'' of research it took him to find out that Will Smith's character's plan would fail because [[spoiler: box jellyfish are cardiotoxic and would damage the heart he intends to leave to the LoveInterest.]]
* Given that he has a fraction of the budget and equipment, the ''Series/DoctorWho''-style opening credits for crossover review of ''Film/TheSpirit'' are really good.
* "I think I'd better take that down." At the end of his ''Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen'' review, he tears down the ''Transformers'' poster that had been hanging on his wall from the very start.
* Pretty much highjacking into Spoony's review of the 2010 ''Tekken'' film, by declaring him a new challenger. And given the hate between the two characters, it makes it more awesome for Film Brain to one up Spoony.
* The combined ''WebVideo/BadMovieBeatdown''/''ObscurusLupaPresents'' opening credits for the ''Film/HerculesInNewYork'' crossover is pretty awesome.
** As is the credits meshing of BMB and WebVideo/ToddInTheShadows in their crossover review of TheAsylum's ''Sunday School Musical'', complete with Todd covering the theme song on his keyboard. ''Epic''.
* He really tears into ''Film/TheCondemned,'' explaining at length why it doesn't work, how badly it failed, and just how reprehensible the results are. This includes pointing out the BrokenAesop of the movie.
** Not to mention that he ''destroys'' one scene where a reporter calls out the BigBad for not [[ThinkOfTheChildren thinking of the children]], explaining why that trope is stupid as hell and [[StrawmanHasAPoint even sides with the villain]] in the argument. And this leads into him pointing out the BrokenAesop.
--->"Won't someone please ThinkOfTheChildren!", screams [[WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons Helen Lovejoy]].
** Also his PrecisionFStrike before he points out how hypocritical the anti media violence message is by pointing out it was made by lionsgate (famous for producing the Saw series) and the WWE (A wrestling company) and the fact that the marketing for the movie was built around its violence.
** The irony in that is even better from the WWE standpoint; when WWE was in the Attitude Era (known for rampant sex and violence), they mocked the [[MoralGuardians Parents Television Council]] by trotting out the Right to Censor.
** Calling out the bracelets for not only being a rip-off of the Literature/BattleRoyale collars, but also for making every fight scene in the film practically anti-climatic.
* The opening of the crossover for ''Film/TheLeagueOfExtraordinaryGentlemen'' with [[WebVideo/BrowsHeldHigh Oancitizen]]. Usually, crossovers feature a variation Film Brain's opening. This one features Oancitizen's theme with a mixture of clips from their respected intros.
* The rant against Vince Vaughn for the homophobic slur in ''TheDilemma''. Film Brain calls out the SmallNameBigEgo nature of it, since Vaughn was the producer of the movie, and no one could tell him to "reign it in." He also mocks Vaughn for putting the slur as the ''first line of the trailer'' (before it was re-cut), and notes that, in-universe, using "gay" as an insult when you're a business man making a pitch would be career suicide.
-->'''Film Brain:''' We certainly don't believe him or Kevin James to be businessmen, because if you actually said that in a pitch meeting, [[RealityEnsues your arse would hit the pavement before you closed your mouth]]!
* His utter ''explosion'' when ''The Cavern'' [[spoiler:ends midway through a rape scene]]. He pulls no punches and declares the film outright ''unwatchable''. Granted it was already literally unwatchable since there was little to no lighting in any scene, but that ending was the final nail in the coffin.
** He also calls out one of the characters for pulling off the LetsSplitUpGang trope [[spoiler:on an injured guy]].
* Film Brain uses his ''Projector'' review of ''Love Bite'' to tear British sex comedies like ''Fat Slags'' and ''Keith Lemon: The Movie'' a new one. It's clear that this is something about British entertainment that embarrasses him greatly and that he seriously wants to get this off his chest.
* For Breaking Wind, his decision not to review Twilight as he views it as "flogging a dead horse" and his disgust at the movie for using actual footage of Twilight fans for the purpose of mocking them, especially singling out the infamous Nuttymadam3575 who he seriously believed to have a condition. Doubles as a CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming.
* In the ''[[Film/TheHangover The Hangover Part II]]'' review, Film Brain points out the hypocrisy of the film makers for refusing to let Creator/MelGibson have a role because of his antisemitism, yet giving one to Mike Tyson, who was a convicted rapist and admitted to taking a role in the first film to support his drug habit.
** And blasting the film's casual homophobia, transphobia and its tendency to not only [[RecycledInSpace rehash the events of the first film]] (to the point where you can actually compare the two ''side by side'') but also managed to [[CharacterDerailment derail the characters]] and make them more like {{jerkass}}es. Just goes to show that despite not liking the film at first, he at least cared enough to show where its sequel went wrong.
* Film Brain tearing the hell out of [[Film/ProjectX Project X]] and his utter disdain for [[TheSociopath Costa]] during the review.
* Ripping INowPronounceYouChuckAndLarry apart for its hypocrisy. Like most of the other movies he's riffed on, he calls out the movie for the characters' questionable decisions and even suggested to the titular duo to sue the fire department for workplace discrimination and to defend their case of Chuck sleeping with tons of girls with them claiming bisexual open marriage, calling out the movie for not even bothering to mention bisexuality and instead focus on the double standard of GirlOnGirlIsHot.
* Similarly to the Project X review, him ripping JustGoWithIt to ''shreds'' for its horrid protagonist, misplaced morals, obnoxious child characters, lack of realizing what the source movie was about... frankly its wonderful for anyone who's sick of comedy protagonists who are truly despicable and yet supposedly lovable.
* His ''[[Film/JackAndJill Jack and Jill]]'' review starts with him explaining how extremely rare identical twins of opposite genders are, with the female usually turning out underdeveloped, and why the premise for the film therefore doesn't work. In about two minutes, Film Brain has done more research than anyone involved in the film's production.
* A meta one for both him and ToddInTheShadows. Their joint review of Alvin And The Chipmunks: The Squeakuel was mentioned on the Wikipedia article for the movie.
* His visible and vocal disgust with ''Film/TheDevilInside'' for using a Satan-induced period as a cheap gross-out gag: spraying the menstrual blood of a possessed woman at the camera for shock value and demonizing a basic biological function that already has ''enough'' misguided social stigma attached to it in any case:
--> [[SarcasmMode "Eeew, icky, she's doing that thing that many women do once a month??? That's REVOLTING!!! [...] That's right, men, be afraid of leaky women bits and their sexuality! They're the work of the Devil!!!"]]
* The amount of research that Mathew does before each review is pretty amazing in and of itself.
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