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** He actually seems to get ''angry'' when he thinks Duffy died in ATalkingCat.

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** He In ''A Talking Cat'', Brad actually seems to get ''angry'' angry when he thinks Duffy died in ATalkingCat.died.

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** He actually seems to get ''angry'' when he thinks Duffy died in ATalkingCat.

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** On a similar note, him gushing over ''Film/TheHollywoodKnights''.

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* While Brad's review of ''Film/{{Gotti}}'' describes it as a pretty bad movie overall because the poor editing turns it into a confusing RandomEventsPlot that doesn't really provide insight into John Gotti, he expresses this very sympathetically, feeling that the movie has a lot of ambition behind it, a decent soundtrack (though many of the songs are poorly included in the movie) and a cast that puts genuine effort into their performances, especially Creator/JohnTravolta; so much so that he finds the movie's badness more sad than amusing.


* The Snob's appreciation for Arch Hall Jr. and his musical abilities in the ''Wild Guitar'' review, shown when he's ready to hurl vitriol at the musical number in "Wild Guitar" only to relent and, during "I'm Growing Taller," dance happily to it. By the end of the movie, he straight up admits that he ''loves'' the movie.

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* The Snob's appreciation for Arch Hall Jr. and his musical abilities in the ''Wild Guitar'' review, shown when he's ready to hurl vitriol at the musical number in "Wild Guitar" “Yes I Will” only to relent and, during "I'm Growing Taller," dance happily to it. By the end of the movie, he straight up admits that he ''loves'' the movie.


* The ''Film/NineteenFortyOne'' episode where the Snob praises all the art, comedy and love put into the movie. With all the lines from the Snob, you can see that Brad REALLY loves this movie.
** He specifically notes being proud to have written and recorded the episode on what would have been Creator/JohnBelushi's 70th birthday.

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* The ''Film/NineteenFortyOne'' episode where the Snob praises forgoes any riffing in favor of praising all the art, comedy and love put into the movie. With all the lines from the Snob, you can see that Brad REALLY loves this movie.
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movie. He specifically notes being proud to have written and recorded the episode on what would have been Creator/JohnBelushi's 70th birthday.

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** He specifically notes being proud to have written and recorded the episode on what would have been Creator/JohnBelushi's 70th birthday.


* The 1941 episode where the Snob praises all the art, comedy and love put into the movie. With all the lines from the Snob, you can see that Brad REALLY loves this movie.

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* The 1941 ''Film/NineteenFortyOne'' episode where the Snob praises all the art, comedy and love put into the movie. With all the lines from the Snob, you can see that Brad REALLY loves this movie.

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* The 1941 episode where the Snob praises all the art, comedy and love put into the movie. With all the lines from the Snob, you can see that Brad REALLY loves this movie.

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** Sure enough, ''God's Not Dead: A Light In Darkness'' arrives with White promoted to protagonist and Snob declares the movie to be ''miles'' superior to its two predecessors, citing its more charismatic acting, decrease in its WarOnStraw, and more focus on the religion it's trying to promote via the main character going through a crisis of faith.


* In spite of his hatred for movies like ''Last Ounce of Courage'' and ''Voiceless'', Snob/Brad regularly points out how Rusty Joiner is the [[SugarWiki/HeReallyCanAct best actor of both of them]], even to the point of saying Joiner is too good for ''Voiceless'', where he has the lead role.

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* In spite of his hatred for movies like ''Last Ounce of Courage'' ''Film/LastOunceOfCourage'' and ''Voiceless'', Snob/Brad regularly points out how Rusty Joiner is the [[SugarWiki/HeReallyCanAct best actor of both of them]], even to the point of saying Joiner is too good for ''Voiceless'', where he has the lead role.


* The Snob's appreciation for Arch Hall Jr. and his musical abilities in the ''Wild Guitar'' review, shown when he's ready to hurl vitriol at the musical number in "Wild Guitar" only to relent and, during "I'm Growing Taller," dance happily to it.

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* The Snob's appreciation for Arch Hall Jr. and his musical abilities in the ''Wild Guitar'' review, shown when he's ready to hurl vitriol at the musical number in "Wild Guitar" only to relent and, during "I'm Growing Taller," dance happily to it. By the end of the movie, he straight up admits that he ''loves'' the movie.


** He also praised the film for showing kids drinking and smoking but not judging them for it and for showing Rachel Scott as being a good person who acted like a Christian unlike other Pure Flix films. He also gives credit to Masey McLain's performance.

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** He also praised the film for showing kids drinking and smoking but not judging them for it and for showing Rachel Scott as being a good person who acted like a Christian unlike other Pure Flix films. He also gives credit to Masey McLain's [=McLain's=] performance.

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** He also praised the film for showing kids drinking and smoking but not judging them for it and for showing Rachel Scott as being a good person who acted like a Christian unlike other Pure Flix films. He also gives credit to Masey McLain's performance.

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