The Cast Showoff: Averted. Garrett himself actually sings and plays guitar in a small band called Emrus but never actually performs songs in his videos, unless they're meant to be intentionally bad joke songs.
Caustic Critic: Mostly subverted. While he is quick to point out flaws in a movie and tear them a new one, he is willing to acknowledge when they might get something right.
Later pariodied in his April Fool's Day video, where the character goes through an identity crisis and a split personality tries to give Il Neige a Hannibal Lecture about his "lack of originality," but thankfully, Il Neige does snap out of his Heroic BSOD.
Mauve Shirt: Points out how this wasn't handled well in Atlantis: The Lost Empire in the scene when the other characters just sum up their life stories immediately after the big action scene without giving the audience a chance to attach themselves to the characters first.
Il Neige: "Honestly, the leviathan could've killed off any one of these characters, and I wouldn't miss any of them because I didn't know anything about them."
Money, Dear Boy: Theorizes that this is the reason why many good actors took on the bad roles in their films.
Il Neige: (concerining Jeremy Irons' over-the-top performance in Dungeons & Dragons): "Okay, no joke I think he (Jeremy Irons) was just wasted. I do. I think at this point in production, Irons was so fed up that he just got progressively more drunk while he waited for his paycheck."
Unusual Euphemism: Cheesecake for anytime the male and female leads in a film have any kind of romantic or sexual tension.
Viewers Are Morons: He especially hates it when works aimed at kids talk down to their audience and/or are condenscending in manner (such as the musical segments being mediocre to bad just because they're aimed at children).
What Could Have Been: He originally called himself DJ Il Neige and initially planned to solely focus on and review musical movies, but scrapped the idea after feeling he might not have enough material to work with.