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A rare example of a Wall Banger being acknowledged and made up for: In The Nostalgia Critic's review of Ernest Saves Christmas, the Critic's response to the puppet show scene was a ridiculously insensitive jab at autism. Pretty much the entire fanbase exploded in outrage, quickly forcing the Critic to redo that scene with a more appropriate joke. Notably, Doug recognized how badly he screwed up on this one, as the autism joke would earn a spot on his "Next 11 Fuckups" vid, which included a genuine, heartfelt apology for it.
Some of The Critic's hyperbolic bashings of Princess Peach in his Top 11 Dumbasses In Distress video were actually unfounded criticisms. Her self-aware attitude on being kidnapped is Played for Laughs and not meant to be insulting to Mario or the player. His claim that she's "done nothing in any of the Mario games" is flat out untrue; he only sights Super Mario Bros. 2, in which the entire game was Mario's dream, and the various sport games and the Super Smash Bros. series, which aren't in the main series, but doesn't credit the Super Mario RPG and Paper Mario series in which she's an active character. Him saying that her using "a frying pan and her butt" to fight being "what women in the 40's would use" (Rapunzel AND Flynn Rider would beg to differ on the frying pan!) and her fighting with her emotions being lame just reeks of Real Women Never Wear Dresses. And in general, he seems to project his own feelings onto Mario and wonder why anyone would want to save her when she gets kidnapped all the time. Perhaps Mario just doesn't find "save the princess" adventures as annoying as you do, Critic?
Admittedly, wondering why Mario bothers to save Peach after she gets kidnapped so much is one of the most common jokes about the series, which has even been lampshaded in a few of the games. Although, by now this joke has probably gotten a little stale.
At the end of the review of the remake of The Haunting (1999). Good grief. He did a joke where he "impersonated" the director/writer of the remake, and said that his movie was more mature than the original cut, all the while getting louder, whinier, and more childish. It could've passed as a "meh" joke, but it just kept going and going. It's easy to forget he's trying to mock the director, and think he's just having his genuine reaction to the remake. Loud and childish for the sake of humor can only go so far before realizing you're just watching a grown man throw temper tantrums at movies simply because he doesn't like them.
His Transformers Generation 1 review. Every single GEEWUN, "MICHAEL BAY RAPED MY CHILDHOOD!!" argument in one video, combined with the usual unfunny gags. The worst part is a Soundwave gag that goes on for way too long.
First half of "What's Up With The Princess Hate?" was awesome. Second half? Not so much. He makes the unnecessary assumption that most grown women enjoy being called girls, he shows off a bit of a Madonna-Whore Complex by "most women" being pictured with Britney and Kim Kardashian while "there are some who don't" being pictured with a business woman (gorgeous and lipglossed of course), and muddling points gave the impression that women who enjoy princessy things are to blame for society not liking women with power.
Tina A and Dawg in the Pearl Harbor skits. Doug has proved he's great at satire, so why these lazy characters that don't do anything but conform to what you're meant to be bashing? That Rachel said afterwards she wanted the stereotypes Gender Flipped and nobody listened to her makes it all the worse. Bye bye days of sympathy towards actresses I guess.
The segment of "Doug's Top 10 Favorite Characters" involving Tyrion Lannister. Not only does Doug never use Tyrion's last name, he gets major facts about him egregiouslywrong: Tyrion was not born into the Royal Family (he was the King's brother-in-law and uncle to the successor), nor is Tywin (Tyrion's father) the King (He's a rich and powerful nobleman). For someone who kept gushing about how much he loved the show, you'd think he'd get one of the show's central concepts right.
The Rachel scenes and "spirit of the fart joke" bits in the Master of Disguise review. Unfunny, over-long, and the worst part: blatantly an excuse to keep using both actors. Doug, you put a bullet through the head of the show that actually used them. Shoehorning them in at every opportunity is just rubbing salt into the wounds.
"Did Seinfeld Lie To Us". Not the analysis itself, but the last three minutes, i.e the advertisement. There's something very wrong with the fact that Doug refuses to talk about The Review Must Go On and leave Ask That Guy on a cliffhanger for months on end... right up until he can get money for both. Not to mention that putting Demo Reel extras with the same production that killed it off so cruelly is pretty damn lazy.
The Sailor Moon review had a whole article dedicated to pointing out the sexism. Also, putting up sexualized pictures of girls staring sexy-like at the camera while talking about hot-topic subjects like trafficking, ending the whole thing on a pedophile joke, was disturbing, despite the probable intent of showing said images being fairly clear ("Okay folks. here's what hyper-sexualized young girls really look like! Still on board with that?"). The hackneyed jab about women not liking Star Wars was simply the cherry on top.
"Why Is Loki So Hot?" had some bizarre assumptions, like women wanting woobie men because they feel like they'd save said woobie and thus get owed sex, or All Girls Want Bad Boys because they want an attack dog to fight their battles for them. Plus Have I Mentioned I Am Heterosexual Today? tends to be less insulting to queer fans when it's parodied, not played straight like it was here.
In "Dawn Of the Commercials", we have the Nostalgia Critic claiming that "men can't be sexually harassed at work by women because they are too dumb to notice that a woman's into them, and only go after women who have no desire for them". Following it up with a sketch of the wicked witch hitting on one of her guards, who completely misses it and instead hits on a woman who insults him. This is repeated twice.
The Spoony One's bashing on Tron: Legacy. The dude was seriouslymissing the point of the movie, overanalyzing everything and claiming it didn't "innovate" like the original did, even going so far as to say that "Inception" was "Tron: Legacy done right". First of all, Tron was never meant to be a serious look into the advancements of technology, but an escapist romp into an absurd computer world, so saying that it wasn't "deep" enough is ridiculous. Second, the only "innovation" that the original had was it's graphics, and at the time, it got an Oscar Snubfor supposedly "cheating" by use of CG. Third, a lot of his analysis makes no sense; for instance, he claims that the Encom corporates are "evil" for wanting money, and Sam was doing what he was doing to be a "rebel"; the Encom corporates were "evil" because they abandoned Sam's father's ideals for the company and disrespected him by downplaying his part in the company, and Sam didn't trust anyone on the board (including Alan, his sole supporter) to take his interests as the company's primary shareholder seriously - his actions are what any other disgruntled computer techie would do with their brainchild when they're being screwed over by their bosses. Finally, to top off the absurdity, he places the movie on his top 10 worst movies of 2010 for being fanwank slop, yet puts Scott Pilgrim vs. The World on his top 10 BEST movies list for the exact same reason. Trying to have your cake and eat it, too, Mr. Spoony?
Overall, Bennett The Sage's review of Final Fantasy IX was pretty good. But then, literally as the credits rolled, there was an unexpected Mood Whiplash. Without warning, there's a message in the credits that basically reads "To all you fangirls who think Kuja is hot, just shut up and admit you're a lesbian already." Okay... I know that Kuja is literally the poster guy for Dude Looks Like a Lady, but that's still no excuse for the tons of Unfortunate Implications this statement delivers. First of all, this statement implies that all female fans of Kuja simply like him because he's "hot." Well... this troper is a female, and a Kuja fan; but it's because I think he's a fascinating character. Second of all, it feels like Bennett is saying that girls who like more feminine-looking men automatically like women. So... there's no such thing as Camp Straight, then? Not all men have to fit the general idea of what a man should be like! And it's such a shame too, because besides that one stupid little statement, the review itself was positive. Bennett, I think you're an interesting reviewer; just don't make stupid comments like this anymore, okay?
The Rap Critic's cameo on Atop the Fourth Wall, where he delivered what has to be the most biased, hateful description of Vanilla Ice imaginable. (We can't even claim Linkara wrote that for him - he's made a point of saying his guests do their own lines.) Not only does he claim the man's entire career was built on racism, but he dismisses Rob Van Winkle's current, rather successful career with a wave of his hand and a "Just some minor hardcore groups" (say what you will about them, the Insane Clown Possecannot be called "minor"). Yes, Vanilla Ice is an easy target, but this is a masterpiece of spite and Critical Research Failure.
Paw Dugan's review of The Princess and the Frog, as many have pointed out, has some pretty glaring mistakes. Right from the start of the review, Paw seems to focus less on the movie itself, and more on how Randy Newman wrote the songs, and that automatically makes them bland and uninteresting. Then he starts playing a character called "The Pedantic Semantic" when the subject of Tiana's race and nationality comes up, where he screws up the nationalities of some of the other Disney Princesses, and claims Pocahontas can't be the first American Disney Princess because "the colonies weren't around at the time." To add insult to injury, Paw makes no mention of the movie's Ensemble Darkhorse, Charlotte; claims Dr. Facilier had no motivation for his actions (he wanted power and made a pact with the voodoo spirits to achieve this); and finally completely fails to addressthe final two songs in the movie (they're reprises, but still). Oh, and throughout the review, he repeatedly mispronounces "New Orleans". Now, Paw is clearly allowed to express his dislike for a movie, or his dislike for a musician (Newman); that's fine. But when that dislike starts to affect the quality of your work, it's time to step back and take a deep breath. Seriously, Paw; we expect a lot better from you.
The Sibling Rivalry review for Man of Steel. Not that they panned it because they're completely entitled, but he Walkers spend less time actually reviewing the movie and more bashing the people who enjoy it, with Doug openly hoping that they pissed the majority audience off. Weird coming from the guy who kept trying to preach Fan Hatering being wrong.
I don't usually mind The Blockbuster Buster; I don't think he's amazing but he's not as bad as his hate-dom seem to make him out to be, but I kinda resent his dismissal of Ant-Man and The Wasp based on 'their lame powers', considering he made a big video defending Aquaman from his perceived lameness. While sure, he makes a point about disliking Ant-Man's personality and finding The Wasp rather two dimensional, which can sorta be justified by the fact he probably hasn't read many comics with them since his childhood, but at the same time, that's the same reason why people thing Aquaman is lame: Outdated assumptions of his character. Ant Man, Henry Pym, in recent comics, is the scientist supreme, the greatest scientific mind in the universe. While 'shrinking and controlling ants' sounds lame, he forgets that he's also capable of growing huge too (he applauds  for giving him this ability despite him using it since some of his earliest appearances in the comics), and he's incorporated his scientific smarts into crime fighting multiple times. Wasp, meanwhile, was once leader of the Avengers and, like Henry Pym and Aquaman, is far more effective than people give credit for. It seems really hypocritical to hate those two while singing praises about Aquaman, really.