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--> Ah, finally. Just a good old-fashioned straight-up revenge movie. No [[Film/TheBookOfEli post-apocalyptic bible salesman]], no [[Film/{{Legion}} angels with guns]], no connection to anything remotely spiritual, religious, church-related or anything else that gets people's [[InternetBackdraft panties in a twist]] whenever I mention it. Ah, good. Good. ...Hey, who's in this again? *Shot of Creator/MelGibson as he appeared in Film/ThePassionOfTheChrist* Aw, Mother F- *Theme Plays*

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--> Ah, finally. Just a good old-fashioned straight-up revenge movie. No [[Film/TheBookOfEli post-apocalyptic bible salesman]], no [[Film/{{Legion}} angels with guns]], no connection to anything remotely spiritual, religious, church-related or anything else that gets people's [[InternetBackdraft panties in a twist]] twist whenever I mention it. Ah, good. Good. ...Hey, who's in this again? *Shot of Creator/MelGibson as he appeared in Film/ThePassionOfTheChrist* Aw, Mother F- *Theme Plays*


** Bob has also criticized his fellow Generation X geeks for scoffing at newer generation geeks that are un-ironically excited/nervous at the ''Film/PowerRangers2017 movie'', while ''they'' un-ironically excited for superhero movies and other facets of geek culture the generation before them scoffed at them for taking seriously.

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** Bob has also criticized his fellow Generation X geeks for scoffing at newer generation geeks that are un-ironically excited/nervous at the ''Film/PowerRangers2017 movie'', [[Film/PowerRangers2017 The Power Rangers movie]], while ''they'' ''they're'' un-ironically excited hyped for superhero movies and other facets of geek culture the generation before them scoffed at them for taking seriously.


* AlterEgoActing: Much of Bob's early body of work utilized this trope quite a bit. Moviebob and the Game Overthinker both shared his views and opinions but they were fictional characters, created to be snarky and overbearing and distinct from Bob himself. However, as time went on, Bob's channel dropped most of the characters and exaggerations; now reviews are, for the most part, him speaking as himself rather than as a character



** He's a big Nintendo fan, and even in episodes where he ultimately comes out against them, he spends a long time defending the company. Note his recent video where he argues in ''favor'' of Nintendo's refusal to let players play with friends online, even admitting his disappoinment towards the company. Some of his arguments can fall into InsaneTrollLogic, like the assertion that the toxicity of the Internet justifies Nintendo keeping far away from it, and thus you can't play with your ''friends'' because multiplayer online culture is toxic, when if anything that should provide all the more reason for them to let you play with friends to ''avoid'' dealing with random toxic strangers. And his dismissal of critics on the matter borders on ComplainingAboutComplaining, attempting to use his own disinterest in online multiplayer and his being sick of hearing people criticize Nintendo for it regularly as reasons for unhappy parties to be quiet rather than signs there's anything Nintendo has done wrong that might need changing.

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** He's a big Nintendo fan, and even in episodes where he ultimately comes out against them, he spends a long time defending the company. Note his recent In one video where he argues in ''favor'' of Nintendo's refusal to let players play with friends online, even admitting his disappoinment disappointment towards the company. Some of his arguments can fall into InsaneTrollLogic, like the assertion that the toxicity of the Internet justifies Nintendo keeping far away from it, and thus you can't play with your ''friends'' because multiplayer online culture is toxic, when if anything that should provide all the more reason for them to let you play with friends to ''avoid'' dealing with random toxic strangers. And his dismissal of critics on the matter borders on ComplainingAboutComplaining, attempting to use his own disinterest in online multiplayer and his being sick of hearing people criticize Nintendo for it regularly as reasons for unhappy parties to be quiet rather than signs there's anything Nintendo has done wrong that might need changing.


* BiasSteamroller: Bob once infamously stated that he preferred ''VideoGame/MetroidOtherM'', one of the most controversial games in the venerable ''VideoGame/{{Metroid}}'' series and often considered a FranchiseKiller, to the beloved and universally-acclaimed ''VideoGame/MetroidPrimeTrilogy'' ''entirely'' on the basis that the ''Prime'' games were {{First Person Shooter}}s, and thus automatically, and this is a direct quote, "creatively bankrupt."

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Bob once infamously stated that he preferred ''VideoGame/MetroidOtherM'', one of the most controversial games in the venerable ''VideoGame/{{Metroid}}'' series and often considered a FranchiseKiller, to the beloved and universally-acclaimed ''VideoGame/MetroidPrimeTrilogy'' ''entirely'' on the basis that the ''Prime'' games were {{First Person Shooter}}s, and thus automatically, and this is a direct quote, "creatively bankrupt."



* He's a big Nintendo fan, and even in episodes where he ultimately comes out against them, he spends a long time defending the company. Note his recent video where he argues in ''favor'' of Nintendo's refusal to let players play with friends online, even admitting his disappoinment towards the company. Some of his arguments can fall into InsaneTrollLogic, like the assertion that the toxicity of the Internet justifies Nintendo keeping far away from it, and thus you can't play with your ''friends'' because multiplayer online culture is toxic, when if anything that should provide all the more reason for them to let you play with friends to ''avoid'' dealing with random toxic strangers. And his dismissal of critics on the matter borders on ComplainingAboutComplaining, attempting to use his own disinterest in online multiplayer and his being sick of hearing people criticize Nintendo for it regularly as reasons for unhappy parties to be quiet rather than signs there's anything Nintendo has done wrong that might need changing.

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* ** He's a big Nintendo fan, and even in episodes where he ultimately comes out against them, he spends a long time defending the company. Note his recent video where he argues in ''favor'' of Nintendo's refusal to let players play with friends online, even admitting his disappoinment towards the company. Some of his arguments can fall into InsaneTrollLogic, like the assertion that the toxicity of the Internet justifies Nintendo keeping far away from it, and thus you can't play with your ''friends'' because multiplayer online culture is toxic, when if anything that should provide all the more reason for them to let you play with friends to ''avoid'' dealing with random toxic strangers. And his dismissal of critics on the matter borders on ComplainingAboutComplaining, attempting to use his own disinterest in online multiplayer and his being sick of hearing people criticize Nintendo for it regularly as reasons for unhappy parties to be quiet rather than signs there's anything Nintendo has done wrong that might need changing.

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* He's a big Nintendo fan, and even in episodes where he ultimately comes out against them, he spends a long time defending the company. Note his recent video where he argues in ''favor'' of Nintendo's refusal to let players play with friends online, even admitting his disappoinment towards the company. Some of his arguments can fall into InsaneTrollLogic, like the assertion that the toxicity of the Internet justifies Nintendo keeping far away from it, and thus you can't play with your ''friends'' because multiplayer online culture is toxic, when if anything that should provide all the more reason for them to let you play with friends to ''avoid'' dealing with random toxic strangers. And his dismissal of critics on the matter borders on ComplainingAboutComplaining, attempting to use his own disinterest in online multiplayer and his being sick of hearing people criticize Nintendo for it regularly as reasons for unhappy parties to be quiet rather than signs there's anything Nintendo has done wrong that might need changing.


* {{Kayfabe}}: [[invoked]] He [[https://www.escapistmagazine.com/v2/2019/02/07/dweeb-obscurities-pipe/ suspected]] that both sides of the battle between LetsPlay/PewDiePie and T-Series to become the most subscribed channel on Website/YouTube were in on it and using the battle to build their subscriber bases, with an outright comparison to the Wrestling/{{WWE}}. Furthermore, he also suspected that Website/YouTube itself was in on it -- and actually favoring [=PewDiePie=] (or at least a drawn-out battle), hoping that, by having such a [[OvershadowedByControversy magnet for controversy]] as the most famous figure on the website and a symbol of its independent creators, they'd be afforded a long leash to start sanitizing the site and turning it into exactly the sort of censored corporate pablum that [=PewDiePie=]'s subscribers feared.

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[[invoked]] He [[https://www.escapistmagazine.com/v2/2019/02/07/dweeb-obscurities-pipe/ suspected]] that both sides of the battle between LetsPlay/PewDiePie and T-Series to become the most subscribed channel on Website/YouTube were in on it and using the battle to build their subscriber bases, with an outright comparison to the Wrestling/{{WWE}}. Furthermore, he also suspected that Website/YouTube itself was in on it -- and actually favoring [=PewDiePie=] (or at least a drawn-out battle), hoping that, by having such a [[OvershadowedByControversy magnet for controversy]] as the most famous figure on the website and a symbol of its independent creators, they'd be afforded a long leash to start sanitizing the site and turning it into exactly the sort of censored corporate pablum that [=PewDiePie=]'s subscribers feared.feared.
** Bob mused that while he didn't agree with the {{Conspiracy Theorist}}s who thought Creator/JamesGunn's firing by Creator/{{Disney}} was a massive ruse as part of a GambitRoulette, he ''did'' believe they had agreed to rehire Gunn long before they announced it and everyone at Disney and Marvel simply kept hush about it to avoid complications with Disney's acquisition of Fox's film assets.



* MetaGuy: Bob himself obviously by the nature of his job, also Ivan the Intern frequently fills this role in the Game Overthinker segments with frequent [[LampshadeHanging lampshading]]
* MeaningfulName / SdrawkcabName: Ivan is a fairy companion whose name backwards is Navi.

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* MetaGuy: Bob himself obviously by the nature of his job, also Ivan the Intern frequently fills this role in the Game Overthinker segments with frequent [[LampshadeHanging lampshading]]
lampshading]].
* MeaningfulName / SdrawkcabName: MeaningfulName: Ivan is a fairy companion [[SdrawkcabName whose name backwards is Navi.Navi]].


* {{Kayfabe}}: [[invoked]] He [[https://www.escapistmagazine.com/v2/2019/02/07/dweeb-obscurities-pipe/ suspected]] that both sides of the battle between LetsPlay/PewDiePie and T-Series battle to become the most subscribed channel on Website/YouTube were in on it and using the battle to build their subscriber bases, with an outright comparison to the Wrestling/{{WWE}}. Furthermore, he also suspected that Website/YouTube itself was in on it -- and actually favoring [=PewDiePie=] (or at least a drawn-out battle), hoping that, by having such a [[OvershadowedByControversy magnet for controversy]] as the most famous figure on the website and a symbol of its independent creators, they'd be afforded a long leash to start sanitizing the site and turning it into exactly the sort of censored corporate pablum that [=PewDiePie=]'s subscribers feared.

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* {{Kayfabe}}: [[invoked]] He [[https://www.escapistmagazine.com/v2/2019/02/07/dweeb-obscurities-pipe/ suspected]] that both sides of the battle between LetsPlay/PewDiePie and T-Series battle to become the most subscribed channel on Website/YouTube were in on it and using the battle to build their subscriber bases, with an outright comparison to the Wrestling/{{WWE}}. Furthermore, he also suspected that Website/YouTube itself was in on it -- and actually favoring [=PewDiePie=] (or at least a drawn-out battle), hoping that, by having such a [[OvershadowedByControversy magnet for controversy]] as the most famous figure on the website and a symbol of its independent creators, they'd be afforded a long leash to start sanitizing the site and turning it into exactly the sort of censored corporate pablum that [=PewDiePie=]'s subscribers feared.


* {{Kayfabe}}: He [[https://www.escapistmagazine.com/v2/2019/02/07/dweeb-obscurities-pipe/ suspected]] that both sides of the Creator/PewDiePie vs. T-Series battle to become the most subscribed channel on Website/YouTube were in on it and using the battle to build their subscriber bases, with an outright comparison to the Wrestling/{{WWE}}. Furthermore, he also suspected that Website/YouTube itself was in on it -- and actually favoring [=PewDiePie=] (or at least a drawn-out battle), hoping that, by having such a [[OvershadowedByControversy magnet for controversy]] as the most famous figure on the website and a symbol of its independent creators, they'd be afforded a long leash to start sanitizing the site and turning it into exactly the sort of censored corporate pablum that [=PewDiePie=]'s subscribers feared.

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* {{Kayfabe}}: [[invoked]] He [[https://www.escapistmagazine.com/v2/2019/02/07/dweeb-obscurities-pipe/ suspected]] that both sides of the Creator/PewDiePie vs. battle between LetsPlay/PewDiePie and T-Series battle to become the most subscribed channel on Website/YouTube were in on it and using the battle to build their subscriber bases, with an outright comparison to the Wrestling/{{WWE}}. Furthermore, he also suspected that Website/YouTube itself was in on it -- and actually favoring [=PewDiePie=] (or at least a drawn-out battle), hoping that, by having such a [[OvershadowedByControversy magnet for controversy]] as the most famous figure on the website and a symbol of its independent creators, they'd be afforded a long leash to start sanitizing the site and turning it into exactly the sort of censored corporate pablum that [=PewDiePie=]'s subscribers feared.

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* {{Kayfabe}}: He [[https://www.escapistmagazine.com/v2/2019/02/07/dweeb-obscurities-pipe/ suspected]] that both sides of the Creator/PewDiePie vs. T-Series battle to become the most subscribed channel on Website/YouTube were in on it and using the battle to build their subscriber bases, with an outright comparison to the Wrestling/{{WWE}}. Furthermore, he also suspected that Website/YouTube itself was in on it -- and actually favoring [=PewDiePie=] (or at least a drawn-out battle), hoping that, by having such a [[OvershadowedByControversy magnet for controversy]] as the most famous figure on the website and a symbol of its independent creators, they'd be afforded a long leash to start sanitizing the site and turning it into exactly the sort of censored corporate pablum that [=PewDiePie=]'s subscribers feared.


-->I mean, y’all gave Vin Diesel a ribbing a week or two back when he said this movie should win an Oscar, right? And we were right, but kinda for the wrong reasons when you think about it. I mean, [[SarcasmMode damn right Furious 7 isn't Oscar material(!)]] There’s way too much diversity in the cast(!) The women have complete characters and personalities unto themselves(!) There’s no [[Film/{{Birdman}} aging white dude monologuing about how relevant over the hill actors are]] or young white dudes pantomiming various [[Film/{{TheImitationGame}} ailments]] or [[Film/{{TheTheoryOfEverything}} disabilities]](!) I mean, geez, what are ya thinkin’ there, [[Franchise/{{TheChroniclesOfRiddick}} Riddick]](?)

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-->I --->I mean, y’all gave Vin Diesel a ribbing a week or two back when he said this movie should win an Oscar, right? And we were right, but kinda for the wrong reasons when you think about it. I mean, [[SarcasmMode damn right Furious 7 isn't Oscar material(!)]] There’s way too much diversity in the cast(!) The women have complete characters and personalities unto themselves(!) There’s no [[Film/{{Birdman}} aging white dude monologuing about how relevant over the hill actors are]] or young white dudes pantomiming various [[Film/{{TheImitationGame}} ailments]] or [[Film/{{TheTheoryOfEverything}} disabilities]](!) I mean, geez, what are ya thinkin’ there, [[Franchise/{{TheChroniclesOfRiddick}} Riddick]](?)Riddick]](?)
** In his Big Picture video [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C_RjBeSaJ6U "Avengers: Now What?"]] Bob took an ''inordinate'' amount of pleasure in mocking all the haters who had made a slew of videos about how ''Film/BlackPanther2018'' and ''Film/CaptainMarvel2019'' were going to be a massive {{Box Office Bomb}}s and the downfall of the Franchise/MarvelCinematicUniverse because they were "pandering to [=SJWs=]" by being black and female-led movies and they were all going to boycott it, after both movies passed $1 billion at the box office.
--->Speaking of good guys winning, a big priority for Marvel post-''[[Film/AvengersEndgame Endgame]]'' looks to be making the general character roster a bit more on the diverse side, since as [[SarcasmMode the sage wisdom of angry YouTube men foretold]], "Get Woke, Go Broke"... [[BaitAndSwitch in your knees and your lower back]] from carrying your giant sacks of money because ''Black Panther'' and ''Captain Marvel'' both cleared like a billion dollars and [[TakeThat YouTube angry men don't know anything]].\\
''<plays the "Hahaha, you stupid...!" clip from Recap/TheSimpsonsS5E15DeepSpaceHomer>''


** Bob loves the 00s ''Film/SpiderManTrilogy'' and slam ''Film/TheAmazingSpiderMan'' any chance he gets, over emphasising the qualities of the former and dismissing the positives of the latter. For ''Film/SpiderManHomecoming, many were annoyed that he ignored the character story within and just dismissed the whole thing as disposable junk.

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** Bob loves the 00s ''Film/SpiderManTrilogy'' and slam ''Film/TheAmazingSpiderMan'' any chance he gets, over emphasising the qualities of the former and dismissing the positives of the latter. For ''Film/SpiderManHomecoming, ''Film/SpiderManHomecoming,'' many were annoyed that he ignored the character story within and just dismissed the whole thing as disposable junk.


Bob "Moviebob" Chipman, also known as "The Game Overthinker", is a self-proclaimed "Z-list internet celebrity" who maintains a pair of vlogs on [=YouTube=] and a [[http://gameoverthinker.blogspot.com/ Blogspot site]], produces film reviews for [[http://www.geek.com/author/bchipman/ Geek.com]] and covers movie news at [[http://screenrant.com/author/bobc/ Screen Rant,]] in addition to contributing to [[http://screwattack.com/ Screw Attack]]. He used to contribute to [[http://www.escapistmagazine.com/profiles/view/MovieBob The Escapist]] before being let go on February 13, 2015, but later came back on August 20, 2018, though he's only doing "The Big Picture". He rips apart bad movies, but his particular shtick is giving analyses of gaming culture and the industry, in a style closely reminiscent of college-lit-class style "close reading", overlaid with appropriate (and sometimes humorous) images. Bob's analyses are very much like you would see from a troper. Indeed, [[http://www.escapistmagazine.com/articles/view/columns/moviebob/7190-Trope-a-Dope he's written an article]] that refers to "a genuinely wonderful website called TV Tropes".

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Bob "Moviebob" Chipman, also known as "The Game Overthinker", is a self-proclaimed "Z-list internet celebrity" who maintains a pair of vlogs on [=YouTube=] and a [[http://gameoverthinker.blogspot.com/ Blogspot site]], produces film reviews for [[http://www.geek.com/author/bchipman/ Geek.com]] and covers movie news at [[http://screenrant.com/author/bobc/ Screen Rant,]] in addition to contributing to [[http://screwattack.com/ Screw Attack]]. He used also contributes to contribute to [[http://www.escapistmagazine.com/profiles/view/MovieBob The Escapist]] before being ''Website/TheEscapist'', having been previously let go on February 13, 2015, 2015 but later came coming back on August 20, 2018, though he's only doing "The reviving his shows ''The Big Picture".Picture'' and ''Escape to the Movies''. He rips apart bad movies, but his particular shtick is giving analyses of gaming culture and the industry, in a style closely reminiscent of college-lit-class style "close reading", overlaid with appropriate (and sometimes humorous) images. Bob's analyses are very much like you would see from a troper. Indeed, [[http://www.escapistmagazine.com/articles/view/columns/moviebob/7190-Trope-a-Dope he's written an article]] that refers to "a genuinely wonderful website called TV Tropes".



* ''The Game Overthinker'': Originally focused on video game analysis, it grew into a more story-driven series about the line between the worlds of humanity and gaming getting blurred. A format that lasted for 100 episodes and two [[ChannelHop Channel Hops]][[invoked]]. After the 100th episode and a hiatus that lasted for about a year, the showed continued for a while in Website/ScrewAttack's Website/YouTube channel while focusing on the analysis again in a shorter format for yet another year. At present, it is a sporadically-updated series of list videos, with an older-style episode occasionally replacing ''In Bob We Trust'' when he wants to discuss games.
* ''The Big Picture'': A weekly show on The Escapist in which Bob talked about whatever the hell he felt like talking about. Usually, this was news in geek culture and tangential subjects therein, but not always. He started to do episodes again after he was brought back to the Escapist on August 20, 2018. Episodes are released each Tuesday.
* ''In Bob We Trust'': A show, originally started on Website/ScrewAttack, that is a continuation of ''The Big Picture''. Not only is the show about pop culture and politics, but he also breaks out the term "Comics Are Weird", a RunningGag/Catchphrase from TBP.). He decided to revamp them into vlogs after the Escapist hired him again as he didn't want to clash them with "The Big Picture". New episodes are currently released every Sunday on his personal Website/YouTube channel.

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* ''The Game Overthinker'': Originally focused on video game analysis, it grew into a more story-driven series about the line between the worlds of humanity and gaming getting blurred. A blurred, a format that lasted for 100 episodes and two [[ChannelHop Channel Hops]][[invoked]]. After the 100th episode and a hiatus that lasted for about a year, the showed continued for a while in Website/ScrewAttack's Website/YouTube channel while focusing on the analysis again in a shorter format for yet another year. At present, it is a sporadically-updated series of list videos, with an older-style episode occasionally replacing ''In Bob We Trust'' when he wants to discuss games.
* ''The Big Picture'': A weekly show on The Escapist ''The Escapist'' in which Bob talked talks about whatever the hell he felt like talking about. Usually, but not always, this was is news in geek culture and tangential subjects therein, but not always. therein. He started to do episodes again after he was brought back to the Escapist ''The Escapist'' on August 20, 2018. Episodes are released each Tuesday.
* ''In Bob We Trust'': A show, originally started on Website/ScrewAttack, Website/ScrewAttack and later continued on his personal Website/YouTube channel, that is a continuation of ''The Big Picture''. Not only is the show about pop culture and politics, but he also breaks out the term "Comics Are Weird", a RunningGag/Catchphrase RunningGag[=/=]CatchPhrase from TBP.). He decided to revamp them TBP. Originally a weekly show with new episodes every Sunday, he revamped it into vlogs a longer-form video essay show released more intermittently after the Escapist ''The Escapist'' hired him again again, as he didn't want them to clash them with "The ''The Big Picture". New episodes are currently released every Sunday on his personal Website/YouTube channel.Picture''.



* He creates video reviews of films in a very similar style to his old show ''Escape to the Movies'' show (see below). They can be found on [[http://www.geek.com/author/bchipman/ Geek.com]] and his personal Website/YouTube channel.

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* ''Escape to the Movies'': His film review show for ''Website/TheEscapist'' that runs every Friday. It was canceled when he left ''The Escapist'', as they own the brand, music, and art/visuals, but UnCanceled when he returned.
* He also creates video reviews of films in a very similar style to his old show ''Escape to the Movies'' show (see below). They can be found on [[http://www.geek.com/author/bchipman/ Geek.com]] and his personal Website/YouTube channel.



* ''Escape to the Movies'': His film review show for Website/TheEscapist that ran every Friday, currently cancelled due to leaving The Escapist, as they own the brand, music, and art/visuals.
** ''Intermission'': A written column accompanying the week's ''Escape to the Movies'' episode. Sometimes it's a further discussion of a particular element from that week's film, sometimes it's a discussion of older films or a trend in filmmaking, and sometimes (if more than one film came out that caught Bob's interest) it's another review. Also cancelled due to leaving The Escapist.

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* ''Escape to the Movies'': His film review show for Website/TheEscapist that ran every Friday, currently cancelled due to leaving The Escapist, as they own the brand, music, and art/visuals.
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''Intermission'': A written column accompanying the week's ''Escape to the Movies'' episode. Sometimes it's a further discussion of a particular element from that week's film, sometimes it's a discussion of older films or a trend in filmmaking, and sometimes (if more than one film came out that caught Bob's interest) it's another review. Also cancelled due It was canceled when he left''The Escapist''; unlike ''Escape to leaving The Escapist.the Movies'', it never returned.


->''"Proud to be an American,''
->''[[ProudToBeAGeek Prouder to be an American geek]]"''
-->-- '''The motto used at the beginning of each segment'''

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->''"Proud to be an American,''
->''[[ProudToBeAGeek Prouder to be an American geek]]"''
-->-- '''The motto used at

->'''''Trust
the beginning of each segment'''
Bob.'''''


* HarsherInHindsight: [[invoked]] His view of ''Film/GreenRoom'', a horror movie whose events are set off because a punk rock band fails to take a bar full of neo-Nazis as a serious threat, in light of the election of UsefulNotes/DonaldTrump who [[RuleOfCautiousEditingJudgment Bob is not fond of]].

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* HarsherInHindsight: [[invoked]] His view of ''Film/GreenRoom'', a horror movie whose events are set off because a punk rock band fails to take a bar full of neo-Nazis as a serious threat, in light of the election of UsefulNotes/DonaldTrump who [[RuleOfCautiousEditingJudgment [[Administrivia/RuleOfCautiousEditingJudgment Bob is not fond of]].


--> A character who we're supposed to regard as the grounded rational and moral centre of the entire story proves that they're in the presence of the Devil [[YouFailLogicForever by throwing a piece of toast in the air and seeing if it lands butter-side-down]]. [Reverb] '''I. AM NOT. MAKING. THAT UP.'''

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--> A character who we're supposed to regard as the grounded rational and moral centre of the entire story proves that they're in the presence of the Devil [[YouFailLogicForever [[LogicalFallacies by throwing a piece of toast in the air and seeing if it lands butter-side-down]]. [Reverb] '''I. AM NOT. MAKING. THAT UP.'''

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