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Joe Loves Crappy Movies
Joe Loves Crappy Movies
is a webcomic about an avid movie-goer, Joe Dunn,
his friends and family
, and commentary on movies and the movie industry. The comic also serves as a review of said movie covered in the strip. It can be found on the
Digital Pimp website. This webcomic provides examples of: The Alcoholic: Irv is on the record as saying he can't live without excessive amounts of alcohol. Arson, Murder, and Jaywalking: Inverted. Joe complained that there were twelve things he did that day that were better than the ending to Hitman. The top three: going to the bathroom, eating lunch, and getting in a gunfight with Morgan Freeman. Art Evolution: Seen as the strip progresses. Actually lampshaded in the Nick and Norah's Infinite Playlist strip, where someone said Joe's art was getting too complex. The resulting comic was simpler as a result. Author Avatar: Not only of Joe, but of Irv, another Digital Pimp member. Awesome McCoolname: Switchblade Motorcross Dunn, the hypothetical child of Joe and Yeo. Joe has a number of names picked out that fall under this trope-but he takes back Potato-Eating Mick Dunn. Back Stab: When all else fails, stab the Grimace. Badass: Ben Kenobi. He was really the one to kill Greedo. Uwe Boll. Among other things, he's . And that's why he doesn't care that you hate his movies. Cloverfield Captain Obvious: Palpatine will insult you if you invoke this trope. Catch Phrase: Parodied where EVERY role Samuel L. Jackson plays ends in motherfucker. Cloning Blues: Joe pondered what it would be like if he cloned himself so he could see a lot of movies at once. It didn't work: all of them went to see the same movie. Cosplay: Joe and his friends when seeing the second Fantastic Four movie. Except Yeo. She went home. The Halloween strips Even George got one in when he shot Vanilla Ice for ripping off Under Pressure Deal with the Devil: What Christopher Nolan did to get the cast of . When asked by Hitler if it was Batman Begins Worth It, Nolan replies that it totally was. Disproportionate Retribution: Why Poseidon happened: Fergie was on board and God hates the Black Eyed Peas. Drinking Game: Joe, Irv, and Yeo play one when they see The Pink Panther. The rules: take a sip when they lose respect for Steve Martin. 70 seconds later? Even the Guys Want Him: Morgan Freeman, apparently. Fan Disillusionment: Joe after seeing the first movie. The Fantastic Four Nostalgia Filter won out quickly, though. For Want of a Nail: Had Irv not gotten sick, everyone could have gotten tickets to the premiere of Mission: Impossible 3. Godwin's Law: Invoked when Irv asks why there aren't minority Terminators. Groin Attack: Joerules vs. a stranger. Joe vs a football. Twice. Then a guy in a football costume shoots him. Imperial Stormtrooper Marksmanship Academy: Their minds were blown when someone suggested hitting their target. Killer Rabbit: Used as an example of what would be scary. Klaatu Barada Nikto: Of course, with the Grimace in Keanu's place, it's Klaatu Barada Milkshake. Made of Explodium: The tiger sent by Michael Bay to attack a reporter that misquoted him. Which then transformed into a fire engine. May-December Romance: Parodied when Tom Cruise brings out Dakota Fanning instead of Katie Holmes. Mr. Seahorse: The only two people Joe trusts enough to carry his child (if they need a surrogate) are Irv and Batman. Mood Whiplash: the Up in the Air strip No Fourth Wall: This is a world where Irv's best friend is Leondias, Captain Picard plays Iron Man on the Marvel vs. Capcom arcade game, and Joe's survived Saw twice! One Steve Limit: Parodied in the Snakes on a Plane comic Porn Stache: Joe notes that this was part of Burt Reynolds' appeal, and expresses horror when he shaves it. Yeo would still hit that. Prison Rape: Hinted at when Joe goes to prison in The Longest Yard strip, and George in the Let's Go to Prison strip Punctuated! For! Emphasis!: Parodied when Joe and Phil ponder how Leondias would translate into modern life. One of this comic's frames is the trope page picture. The Rashomon: Lampshaded. It's ABOUT Rashomon Real Men Wear Pink: Leo's spirit animal is Hello Kitty. Rule of Cool: Why God's willing to overlook the Artistic License - Physics in Star Trek Why Joe wore the eyepatch after beating George Running Gag: UH-DUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUHHHHHH! NERD! *punches nerd in the stomach* Why would you stab the Grimace? So Bad, It's Good: In-Universe. Joe's raison d'etre is to watch movies that fit this trope.