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Doug Walker List
A list of the videos by Doug Walker, and his various shows.
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    Nostalgia Critic 
2007

2008

2009

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2011

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2014

DVD Only

    Nostalgia Critic Top 11s 
2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

2014

    Old vs. New 
2009

2010
  • The Nutty Professor (1963) vs. The Nutty Professor (1996)
    • Best Story: Remake
    • Best Supporting Cast: Original
    • Best Professor: Eddie Murphy (Remake)
    • Winner: New
  • Merian C. Cooper's King Kong (1933) vs. Peter Jackson's King Kong (2005)
    • Best Leading Lady: Naomi Watts (Remake)
    • Best Supporting Cast: Original
    • Best Visuals: Remake
    • Best Kong: Original
    • Best Story: Original
    • Winner: Old

2011
  • The Karate Kid (1984) vs. The Karate Kid (2010)
    • Best Karate Kid: Daniel LaRusso (Original)
    • Best Teacher: Mr. Han (Remake)
    • Best Villains: Cheng (Remake)
    • Best Support: Mrs. LaRusso (Original)
    • Best Story: Remake
    • Winner: New
  • True Grit (1969) vs. True Grit (2010)
    • Best Mattie: Hailee Steinfeld (Remake)
    • Best Cogburn: Jeff Bridges (Remake)
    • Best Supporting Cast: Remake
    • Best Villains: Original
    • Best Story: Remake
    • Winner: New

2012
  • Manhunter (1986) vs. Red Dragon (2002)
    • Best Will Graham: William Petersen (Manhunter)
    • Best Tooth Fairy: Tom Noonan (Manhunter)
    • Best Hannibal Lecter: Anthony Hopkins (Red Dragon)
    • Best Supporting Cast: Red Dragon note 
    • Best Story: Red Dragon
    • Winner: New

2014

    Commercials 
2010

2011

2013
  • "Dawn of the Commercials" (The Fourth One)
    • Chef Boyardee
    • McDonald's Christmas ads
    • Diet Coke ad advertising Batman Returns
    • I'm a Toys R Us kid
    • Live action Count Chocula
    • Sexual Harassment PSA
    • Kix
    • Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles VHS ad
    • Take Care of Me Twins baby dolls
    • Milk, It Does a Body Good
    • CWF Rape whistle ad
    • Denny's Red, White, and Blue Pancakes

    Raiders Of The Story Arc 
2010
  • Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
    • "Turtle Tracks"
    • "Enter the Shredder"
    • "A Thing About Rats"
    • "Hot Rodding Teenagers from Dimension X"
    • "Shredder & Splintered"

2011

2012
  • The Transformers
    • "More Than Meets the Eye, Part 1"
    • "More Than Meets the Eye, Part 2"
    • "More Than Meets the Eye, Part 3"

    Editorials 
2013
  • "The Month of Love"
    • Is Twilight the WORST Thing Ever?
    • Does Romeo and Juliet Suck?
  • What the Fuck Was Up with Where the Wild Things Are?
  • What's With the Princess Hate?
  • The Looney Tunes Show: Good or Bad?
  • Did Seinfeld Lie to Us?
  • Is Parody Dead?
  • Why Is Loki So Hot?
  • Are Video Games Art?
  • What Does The Secret of NIMH Mean?
  • Are Superheroes Whiny Little Bitches?
  • Is It Right to Nitpick?
  • Was Batman Season 4 Hit or Miss?
  • Why Is Tom and Jerry GENIUS?
  • WTF is with the ending of The Graduate?
  • Is The Big Lebowski a Masterpiece?
  • "Nostalgia-Ween"
    • Why Do We Love Zombies?
    • Should We Scare the Shit Out of Our Kids?
  • Why Super Mario Comics Don't Suck
  • Have We Gone Too Deep Into CGI?
  • "Christmas"
    • Why Lie to Kids About Santa?
    • Why is Arthur Christmas a Masterpiece?

2014
  • When is Something so Bad it's Good?
  • When is a Movie Just a Movie?
  • Why Do We Love Stupid?
  • Is Juno Any Damn Good?
  • Is Tree of Life Full of Shit?
  • Does American Beauty Still Hold Up?
  • Is Eyes Wide Shut Just Artsy Porn?

    What You Never Knew 
2014
  • Batman (1989 film)
    • 16. Alexander Knox mocks an editorial cartoon drawn by Batman creator, Bob Kane.
    • 15. Tim Burton approved of the flashes done by Vicki Vale during a fight scene.
    • 14. Every time Batman turns his head, his body moves along with it.
    • 13. The VHS of the film suffers from increased brightness.
    • 12. The Gotham Museum of Art is a parody of the Guggenheim Museum.
    • 11. A portrait of Bruce Wayne's father, Thomas Wayne.
    • 10. Vicki's photos of Corto Maltese (associated with LexCorp Labs).
    • 9. Batman's utility belt drops when he turns.
    • 8. When Harvey Dent first appears, Bruce is absent.
    • 7. The Joker steps on someone's back from a platform.
    • 6. After the Joker reveals his evil deed, one of the news anchors doesn't use makeup.
    • 5. The arrival of the Joker's helicopter actually takes 10 minutes after he asks for one in that amount of time.
    • 4. Why did the Joker need a helicopter in the first place?
    • 3. How come the police officers didn't stop the Joker during the parade?
    • 2. The Bat signal on the stoplight and Bat suit don't match.
    • 1. Bruce misses a young Jack Napier's mug shot while looking up the Joker.
  • Who Framed Roger Rabbit
    • 15. The movie has cameos by Nancy Cartwright, Richard Williams, and the guy who played the officer strangled by Darth Vader.
    • 14. Steven Spielberg's then-wife provided Jessica Rabbit's singing voice, while half of Donald Duck's lines are taken from older cartoons.
    • 13. The label on the oven in the intro reads like "hotter in hell".
    • 12. The movie keeps some shades of the original book's allegories of racism.
    • 11. The Disney and Looney Toons characters have almost exactly the same amount of screen time as each other.
    • 10. Judge Doom is always accompanied by a Dramatic Wind billowing his cape.
    • 9. A lot of the movie's references are products of the 1940s, when the movie is set.
    • 8. Roger lifts a coat without touching it.
    • 7. Eddie Valiant takes a shower to wash off a humiliating toon pig mask from a deleted scene.
    • 6. Jessica Rabbit flashes the camera for a split second in the original release, which was later censored.
    • 5. The pictures on Eddie's desk foreshadow his stunts in the climax.
    • 4. Eddie is animated in some shots of the car chase.
    • 3. The record Roger dances to is the main Looney Toons theme.
    • 2. The escape-proof toon rope has disturbing implications of binding and hanging.
    • 1. Every shot in Toon Town has a tidbit or joke.
  • Gremlins
    • 18. The slipped in cameos, including Steven Spielberg and Chuck Jones
    • 17. Kate's depressing monologue from the first movie being played for laughs in the second movie.
    • 16. The weird teacher from the first movie performs weird experiments, even though he has no experience.
    • 15. The voice cast playing the Gremlins, including Frank Welker, Michael Winslow, and Tony Randall.
    • 14. An obvious string operating Stripe.
    • 13. "A Boy's Life" and "Watch the Skies" on the movie theater marquee were the working titles for E.T.
    • 12. The section on the VHS where the Gremlins stop the movie.
    • 11. The inconsistencies with the rules about Mogwais.
    • 10. Billy's boss has someone spray mouth spray into her mouth.
    • 9. "How does Gizmo drive a toy car?"
    • 8. The laboratory was also in another Dante film, Innerspace. Rick Baker's first effects film, Octo Man is also shown.
    • 7. Mrs Deegle has a portrait that watches her as the Gremlins send her through the window.
    • 6. The cops don't assist Santa when he's being attacked by the gremlins.
    • 5. Billy takes some flowers from the mimes and gives them to Kate as an apology.
    • 4. The words "Hi, Joe" on the film projector.
    • 3. Some of the satired film channels on the Clamp Cable Network would eventually become real.
    • 2. There's a crashed AMC Gremlin car outside one of the buildings.
    • 1. All the Sci-Fi references, including The Time Machine, Invasion of the Body Snatcher, and Forbidden Planet.
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  • Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (1990 movie)
    • 15. There are three reporters named April, May, and June.
    • 14. There's a box for Archie Comics at the Foot hangout.
    • 13. "Check out the East warehouse at Lairdman Island" is a reference to TMNT creators Kevin Eastman and Peter Laird
    • 12. Sam Rockwell is the one who said the previous quote.
    • 11. The turtles costumes were given different body types to match their personalities.
    • 10. The actors in the turtle suits also made appearances as regular people throughout the film, including Keno from the second movie.
    • 9. Splinter's voice and puppeteer was Kevin Clash, the voice of Elmo.
    • 8. Raphael's personality was radically changed for the movie.
    • 7. The song Turtle Power claims that Raphael was the leader of the Turtles.
    • 6. There's a crew member behind the table in the scene where Leo and Raph are arguing.
    • 5. The scene between Donny and Mikey serves as foreshadowing when Mikey is crying later.
    • 4. The movie is actually an adaptation of the original comic book, with some elements of the cartoon thrown in.
    • 3. Some brief shots of the people in the turtle costumes.
    • 2. Robin Williams gave advice to Judith Hoag on how to play April while they were filming Cadillac Man.
    • 1. The film was the highest grossing independent film at the time.

    Doug Walker's Tops 
2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

2014

    Disneycember 
2011 (continued into January 2012 due to Doug's computer troubles necessitating a delay)

2012 (focused first on Pixar, then on Disney's CGI movies, then some odds & ends)

2013 (focused on the notable live-action films)

    Dreamwork-uary 

    Bum Reviews (Chester A. Bum) 

DVD Only

    Demo Reel 

    Sibling Rivalry 

    Shut Up and Talk 

    V-Logs 

    Video Game Confessions 

     5 Second Movies (Doug) 

    Theme Lyrics 

    That Guy Riffs 
See also: Public Service Announcement

    Text Reviews on Xomba 

    That Guy With The Glasses IndexTeam Nostalgia Chick List

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