Caillou Pettis is an actor, director, writer, and a film critic who reviews various new and old movies every week on his YouTube channel. He wanted to make movie reviews because he was inspired by Chris Stuckmann and his reviews. Pettis rates the movies he reviews on a scale from A+ to F. A+ being the highest rating, and F being the worst rating.In 2014, Pettis created alongside Nicholas Favel, his own web comedy talk show series entitled Falconcast. Pettis was scheduled to write, direct, and star in the superhero fan film, Batman Unveiled. The film was announced as cancelled in December 2017.He currently has over 4,500 subscribers.
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Movies Caillou has given an "F" rating
Movies Caillou has given an "A+" rating
- A Quiet Place
- Annihilation (2018)
- Blade Runner 2049
- Captain America: Civil War
- Forrest Gump
- Ghostbusters (1984)
- Good Will Hunting
- Kubo and the Two Strings
- I, Tonya
- School of Rock
- Star Wars: The Force Awakens
- The Dark Knight
- Lady Bird
- Sing Street
- Star Wars The Last Jedi
- The Shining
- Wonder Woman
- War for the Planet of the Apes
Movies That Have Received Absurd Reviews
Movies That Have Been Analyzed
Video Games That Have Received 10/10 Ratings
Caillou and his channel incorporate the following tropes:
- Action Film, Quiet Drama Scene: Talking about Transformers: Age of Extinction, Caillou said that he wanted to see Transformers fight more, and less talking.
- "Awesome McCool" Name
- Adorkable: His love for movies and overall enthusiasm make him this.
- Corpsing: Happens occasionally.
- Jump Scare: Caillou thinks jumpscares are used too often. He expressed this in his review for Blair Witch and called them false jumpscares.
- Kubrick Stare: As seen in his thumbnail for "Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Rodrick Rules".
- The Movie Buff: A movie buff.
- Signing Off Catch Phrase: "Thank you so much for watching, and if you liked this video, make sure you click the red subscribe button down below to become a falcon".
- Worst Whatever, Ever!: Caillou referred to Batman & Robin as the worst superhero movie ever.