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     8 Mile 

     10 Cloverfield Lane 
  • In a scene where Michelle is wearing a shirt with the Eiffel Tower.
    Jeremy: Man, the placement of the Eiffel Tower on her—
    * *smack, smack*
    Jeremy: Ow! Ow, I can't help it, it's just refl—
    * *smack*
  • "John Goodman twerking."

     After Earth 
  • The last sin added: a sin is simply added when the credits begin showing "Directed by: M. Night Shyamalan".
  • In the credits, he dubs in Guy for the scene where the main character removes his mask after the crash.
    Guy: It's an alien planet! Is there air?! You don't know!
  • "But, who is camera?!"
  • The ultimate evolution of the "X is a dick to Y" gag:
    Jeremy: Will Smith is a dick to the human that came from his dick.

  • The credits showing "A Michael Bay film" gets a sin without comment.
  • "It's a Michael Bay film, so even the title has to explode."
  • "Director inserts himself into the movie like an unwanted penis inserting itself into your least favorite orifice."
  • "Here's French people doing classic French things: gathering around and listening to the radio at their favorite café. Even Gaston the Motorcycle guy showed up!"
    • Right after that: "Ireland!note  Asia!! This place!!!"
  • (After a long threat and off-colored remark) "That's racist." *ding* Then asteroids appear "Asteroids ... also racist. I can see why I spent so much time destroying them on my Atari 2600."
  • "In case you confused it for Houston, Maine."
  • "So you're saying it'll make a...Deep Impact?"
  • "Man, there are so many Aerosmith soundtracks on this song, I don't think they missed a thing!"

  • "Previously on 'Logos', a 55 second extravaganza of logos!"
  • When an alarm goes off and none of the people in the building react, we get:
    Jeremy:: These are either the calmest students ever in a disaster or everyone's SUPER high right now.
  • "If Denis Villeneuve removed all the pauses before dialogue, the movie would be 20 minutes shorter."
  • When a spaceship appears in the movie:
    Jeremy:: Man, Subway's REALLY gone too far with the ad campaigns these days.
  • One of the Stingers replaces the heptapods with the Martians from Mars Attacks!.

    Assassin's Creed 
  • When Cal tries to jump off a house and land on a shipping container, but misses and hits the corner.
    Jeremy: Dumbass.

    A Star is Born (2018) 
  • At the beginning of the film during the concert, Jeremy calls out all of the lens flairs and wonders if Bradley Cooper caught it from J.J Abrams.
  • When the title screen shows up:
    Jeremy: "Hey boss, do you really want the font this big?"
    Jeremy: "Does it take up the entire screen and pretentiously indicate my grandiose idea for the importance of my work?"
    Jeremy: "Uh, yeah?"
    Jeremy: "Perfect."
  • At a shot of Jackson standing in front of a poster with nooses on it:
  • Jeremy points out a Stan Lee cameo note 
  • Jeremy laughs at a bar fight "suddenly becoming full on Road House."
  • This bit:
    Jackson: Met the farmer's daughter...she had just turned 18.
  • Jeremy is floored at Andrew Dice Clay as Ally's father.
  • The Running Gag about Jeremy's burning hatred of the song Shallow, culminating in him adding 15 sins for it.
  • Because of YouTube's copyright, Jeremy can't play the songs so instead decides to sing Shallow by himself. Poorly.
  • During a concert scene:
  • This bit:
    George: I saw your YouTube video. It was great.
  • This:
    Jackson You've been nominated for 3 Grammys.
    Ally: How'd you figure that out?
    Jeremy: Come on, it's 2019. Information is practically beamed into our brains.
  • At the Grammy Awards:
    Ally: I can't believe I'm holding one of these!
    Jeremy: And I can't believe I left my meat dress at home!
  • This:
    Ally: We can sing Shallow together.
    Jeremy: I'm pretty sure that, even in the fictionalised universe of this movie, people are sick to death of that f*cking song.

     The A-Team 
  • Jeremy's reaction to the Hummer going through the 3D movie.
    OK. I'm f*cking done. I'm walking out of here for a bit. I might retire. I'm not sure yet. I'm going to have go down an undocumented amount of vodka to believe what I just saw.
  • "Wait, was that a twenty-minute movie? Oh, thank God." *Beat. Movie starts again.* "Dammit!!!"
  • Any one of those 80 missions was probably more entertaining than the one we're about to watch."

     Atomic Blonde 
  • Reagan narration. Reaganarration?
  • On the cinematography of the film:
    Jeremy: This sh*t is so washed out, it may as well be in black and white. Actually, that might be the point. Ah, f*ck the point!
  • Jeremy realises that the film is going to be told via flashback and proceeds to list off a large number of movies that do the same thing include "That Natalie Portman SNL Rap video", "two Tom Cruise movies" (to Jeremy's clear delight) and Citizen Kane.
    • He also lists "Young Guns 2" at least three times.
  • This bit:
    Director: I want Sucher dead or alive. He's a black eye to our community.
    Jeremy: That's racist. Oh wait, he said black EYE. My mistake, carry on.
  • Upon noting that a version of "Die Kommissar" wasn't released yet during the scene's time period, Jeremy quickly adds that "I hate that stupid song".
  • During Spyglass's assassination scene:
    Assassin: I have him in sight.
    Jeremy: Then just shoot him already! What are you waiting for, a black 1961 Lincoln limo?!
  • The Running Gag about the Jack Daniels product placement.
  • One of the outtakes adds the X-Files theme to the "Trust No One" speech.

    The Babadook 
  • All three of these sins in succession:
    • When Sam shows one of his inventions:
    Jeremy: Child inventors.
    • When Sam does a magic show:
    Jeremy: Child magicians.
    • When Sam merely shows up:
    Jeremy: Children.
  • At one point, Jeremy considers that The Babadook was fired by Monsters, Inc. as his motive for killing.
  • At a scene where a clown juggles apples:
    Jeremy: The director said "let's have your character juggle three apples in this scene, it'll make you look more like a creepy asshole".
  • When Amelia burns the book on a barbecue grill:
  • "Sam sucks."
  • Jeremy gets confused at a clip of Skippy the Bush Kangaroo and refuses to believe it's real.
  • Jeremy notes that Amelia becomes a better parent after she becomes possessed by the demon.
  • When the Babadook is anti-climatically defeated:
    Jeremy: Aw, really? That's all it Babatook?!

    Baby Driver 

     Bad Boys 
  • From the very beginning, "Everything wrong with Bad Boys in F*ck Me minutes".
  • "Directed by Michael Bay" gets sinned without comment.

     Basic Instinct 
  • During the infamous flash scene, for the first time the Narrator refuses to take sins off.
    "You'd think we'd take five sins off for this, but my boner is too suspicious of that woman to allow it."
  • When Beth admits she went through a lesbian phase earlier in her life.
    Jeremy: Uh ... Any flashbacks about that particular time you'd like to remember for us?
    Jeremy: [makes a cliché "flashback sound effect"]
    Jeremy: ...No? Dammit!
  • Jeremy's commentary on Catherine's bisexuality in general. Especially this bit when Nick visits her and Roxy:
    Jeremy: Lesbianism. Wait, that's not a sin. But my cliche male interest in seeing two hot women kiss is, so... ding that shit!
  • Later in the same conversation, Beth calls Nick 'a good detective'. After seeing him in action the entire movie, Jeremy's immediate reaction is a Hahaha No.

  • As the alien ship blows up a battleship with launched shells, Jeremy pronounces the aliens "really good at the game Battleship".
  • "Okay, a model, an obvious real-life paraplegic military veteran, the director's uncle playing the cop, and Rihanna. Exactly how many real actors are in this movie?"
  • This:
    Cora Raikes: (blowing up an alien) Mahalo, mother– (BOOM!)
    Jeremy: Movie censors the word f*ck. I mean, who does that?!

     Bird Box 

  • During the scene where the company people are applauding Ren:
    Jeremy: It ... never ... ends.
    • And then later when they are all shaking his hand, the sin is "Congratulations." *ding*
    • He also has scene of when Ren talks about the one billion as one of the stingers, replacing it with Dr. Evil's "100 Billion Dollars" line.
  • The fifth stinger makes the entire movie Hilarious in Hindsight, via adding audio from Angry Birds.
  • This exchange:
    Rod: The [phone] battery's dead.
    Jeremy: What, did you play too much Angry Birds last night or something? (ding) As a disclaimer, I promise that didn't start out as a pun when I wrote it, but ... f*ck it.


    Boo! A Madea Halloween 
  • Jeremy completely loses it when the movie goes on for too long, culminating in this:
  • Later on, we learn that the movie is so terrible, Jeremy stops swearing and instead uses euphemisms.


  • "Oh, sure, give me a boner and then have your period. Just like my ex." (Jeremy is slapped) "Ow ... sorry." (He is slapped again)
  • "I wonder how many dislikes I can get with a Jerry Sandusky reference here."
  • The various "movie reinforces the idea that when a woman is on her period" sins.
  • "If she's doing to Billy what I think she's doing, she shouldn't be able to speak that clearly."
  • "Billy inspires Larry the Cable Guy's catchphrase." *ding*

    Cast Away 
  • Jeremy points out every instance of the Fed Ex product placement throughout the film.
  • This bit:
    Kelly: I got something for you for Christmas.
    Jeremy: Is it something on the nose like a watch? Boy, I hope it's a watch.
  • When a plane engine nearly hits Chuck on his way to the island, Jeremy cracks up at all the conveniences going on.
  • When Chuck goes through the wallet of the dead pilot:
  • "Goddamn it, Mother Nature, did you overdo it on the coconut security?!"
  • Jeremy throws up at the sight of Chuck's wounded leg.
  • Jeremy points out that, despite Chuck's struggle, he still does better than most contestants on Naked and Afraid.
  • When Chuck returns to civilisation and is greeted by his co-workers:
    Party Goer: Hey, Chuck, next weekend you and I should catch up on that fishing.
    Jeremy: Man, f*ck THIS guy.
  • The last sin:
    Jeremy: This movie is long and all but at least it's shorter than The Last Jedi.

    Charlie & The Chocolate Factory 

  • Jeremy can't let go of the fact Die Antwoord was in the movie.
    Jeremy: This scene makes me remember that "I Fink U Freeky" video, which incidentally, you can see us sin on our Music Video Sins channel. Anyway, that video is a human rights violation that famously brought Nelson Mandela back from the grave to stop it, only to have his zombie heart seize when he saw it, requiring a second and more somber funeral.
    • And a few minutes later:
      Jeremy: Chappie surveils the sleeping members of Die Antwoord and doesn't fink they're freeky.
  • When it's revealled that Ninja plays a character named Ninja, he wonders why they let him use his band name instead of something more random "like Watkin Tudor Jones".
  • In The Stinger, "Still" by The Geto Boys is played over Chappie getting beaten by gang members, referencing the photocopier scene from Office Space.

  • This exchange in the video's YouTube comments, between Max Landis (writer of Chronicle) and CinemaSins:
    Landis: Hi, it's Max. I wrote this movie. This is the modern day equivalent of a Friar's Club Roast. Feel totally honored. Can't stop laughing. Also, f*ck you. And thank you.
    CinemaSins: Hey Max! Thanks for taking this the exact perfect way. Oh, and f*ck you too.

     The Chronicles Of Narnia: The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe 
  • "Edward is such an annoying little bastard, always correcting and nitpicking everyone's- Hey, wait a minute!"
  • "Cricket."
  • Jeremy repeatingly pointing out how insufferable the children are.
  • This:
    Fox: Aslan has ordered me to gather more troops.
    Jeremy: Fox news.
  • At the appearance of Santa Claus, Jeremy wonders if a movie could jump the shark in the middle of a scene.
  • This bit:
    Peter: Whoa, horsey!
    Jeremy: If they just made these movies about Phillip the Horsey, we'd still be getting Narnia movies to this day.
  • As the kids lead the forces of good into battle:
  • As the forces of evil advance across the battlefield:
    Jeremy: I'm sure these three are supposed to be giants, but am I alone in thinking this looks more like three regular blokes and a bad case of Honey I Shrunk the Mythical Hordes?

    Citizen Kane 
  • First line:
    Jeremy: Welp, guess we don't mind being hated. (removes five sins)
  • "EVERY SINGLE ARTICLE in this newspaper is about Charles Foster Kane. I feel like even if Babe f***ing Ruth died young, the paper would still have something about a robbery or a satanic ritual killing on the front page."
  • "Also, how many times is this [newsreel footage] going to switch from text to narration? This is an expositional pretzel!... it's nine minutes of expretzelsition!"
  • Jeremy referring to one man in the newsreel as "This McCarthy-looking motherf*cker".
  • Over a shot of Kane standing next to Hitler:
    Jeremy: Charles Foster Kane, the evil version of Forrest Gump.
  • "Oh yeah, I forgot that what we were watching was being read from this unpublished Thatcher memoir. 59 pages of which apparently included a symbolic passage of time as a sled got covered in snow."
  • "These guys merely SEE some women and all penis breaks loose."
  • Over the famously impressive wide shot of Kane addressing the vast audience at the campaign rally: "Hey... um... where is microphone?"
    Kane: I make no campaign promises!
    Jeremy: Yeah, but you still have to have a platform, right? I mean, you can't expect an audience in 2016 to believe you can run for a major political office without any clear ideas, just reliant on brand recognition!
  • Over the now-ubiquitous shot of Kane clapping:
    Jeremy: Movie unintentionally inspires an overused Internet GIF, which it should totally have known it would do back in 1941. *ding*
  • "Without knowing you at all... if you build or live in a house with a fireplace you can f***ing stand in... you're an asshole."
  • Complaining about the "snow globe made me remember the name of my sled" scene:
    Jeremy: This is like me losing my Transformer collection as a kid and saying "HASBRO... " on my deathbed."
  • The reporter says he hasn't found out 'much' about Rosebud:
    Jeremy: Dammit, Jerry. This is what you come back with? What are they going to do with this, Jerry? Call the narration guy back in to say (imitates portentous narrator voice) "What do we know about who [Kane] was? Not much. And what of his last word? Rosebud. Do we know its true meaning? No."
  • One of the outtakes has the opera scene combined with Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation's opera fight scene.

    Clash of the Titans (2010) 
  • The first sin:
    Narrator: The first stories were written in the stars...
    Jeremy: Nebulation.
  • During the first appearance of adult Perseus:
    Jeremy: Ah, 2010. Back when studios thought that Sam Worthington was a leading 2018, more people know who Kevin Sorbo is.
  • This:
    Spyros: You have many questions. And I don't have many answers.
    Jeremy: I do know who Keiser Soze is, in case you need to know that.
  • This bit:
    Perseus: Who are they?!
    Spyros: Soldiers of Argo!
    Jeremy: Ar-go f*ck yourself.
  • Jeremy refers to Hades as "Aqua-Voldemort" several times throughout the video.
  • When we first see Zeus:
  • Upon realising that the movie reunited Liam Neeson and Ralph Fiennes, Jeremy laments that it couldn't have been something "more dignified, like a Fast and Furious movie", or something better like a "delightful rom-com where a hat store owner and a tie store owner hate each other but both are in love with the same woman who makes the best Toad-In-A-Hole at the local pub."
  • This bit:
    Hades: Kill Perseus for me...and I will kill Zeus for you.
    Jeremy: This movie just turned into Throw Zeus From The Train.
  • This:
    Io: No man has ever flown on a Pegasus.
    Jeremy: All he has to do is connect his hair-braid thing to him and he'll be flying with Zoe Saldana in no time.
  • At a shot of Perseus resisting the temptation to kill Calibos:
    Jeremy: Yep, that's my reaction to when I have to resist masturbating too.
  • When Perseus is writhing from the poison, one of the soldiers asks what's wrong with him:
    Io: Venom. From Hades.
    Jeremy: Oh, it wasn't that bad. Tom Hardy was kind of fun, and it was super ridiculous, but in the end...
  • This bit:
    Prokopion: We must pray to the one who showed us our sins!
    Jeremy: Nope. I'm not helping.
  • After Io declares that she knows the way to Medusa:
    Jeremy: Of course you do. Why does no one question Io just showing up, translating Djinn and knowing the answer to everything when they don't? Is it just boners? [resigned] It's boners, isn't it?
    • The subject of boners comes up again later, when Io is showing Perseus how to fight Medusa and the two end up in a suggestive position:
      Io: [places her hand over Perseus' heart] Ease your storm.
      Jeremy: Is this how they get those boners lasting for more than 6 hours to go away? It's not working!
    • "Solon the Great Cock Blocker." Made even more hilarious by the fact that Jeremy pronounces the name "Solon" (like "so long!") instead of "Solon".
  • Perseus' strategy for killing Medusa:
    Perseus: Trust your senses. Don't look that bitch in the eye.
    Jeremy: Perseus graduated from the Freddy Kruger School of Name-Calling.
  • "Hey look! It's Perseus on Pegasus! You go tell Pythagoras and I'll go tell the missus!"
  • One of the outtakes:
    Prokopion: Good news!
    Professor Farnsworth: Good news, everyone!
  • One of the other outtakes:
    Io: There are gods among us.
    Winston: Ray, when someone asks if you're a god...YOU SAY "YES"!

    The Cloverfield Paradox 

    Con Air 
  • This bit:
    Lawyer: You're looking at 10 years in prison time. With good behaviour, you'll be out in four.
  • Jeremy adds 300 sins for Nicholas Cage's accent as Cameron and notes that "he's getting off lightly."
  • Jeremy points out a creepy looking painting in Cameron's cell and wonders if his daughter painted it.
  • At a shot of a prison guard carrying an enormous amount of handcuffs:
    Jeremy: "Work at the 50 Shades convention", they said. "It'd be an easy 25 dollars.", they said.
  • This bit:
    Cyrus: What's the inflight movie?
    Guard: Oh, you'll like it. It's called "I'll never make love to a woman again"!
  • This:
    Cyrus: And if you ever tell anyone about this, the next wings you see will be the flies on your rotting corpse!
    Jeremy: I guess this line looked good on paper and Malkovich sells it pretty well but still...what the f*ck?!
  • When Cyrus hijacks the plane:
    Cyrus: I have the only gun on board. Welcome to Con Air!
  • When Poe throws Johnny 23 into a wall:
  • At one point, Jeremy doesn't say anything to sin the dialogue but merely replays it and lets it speak for itself.
  • Jeremy's reaction to the infamous line:
    Poe: Now why couldn't you just have put the bunny back in the box?!
    Jeremy: Um...Oh, I know this one! It was having a bad hare day!
  • This:
    Garson: I once drove through three states wearing a woman's head!
    Jeremy: Now how did that work?! Did he balance it on top of his head or maybe he took her...face OFF!
  • This bit:
    Cyrus: My own provocitivities are penal lore...
  • When Poe escapes an explosion by diving out a window:
    Jeremy: This movie gave reality the finger a few moments ago, assassinated it twenty minutes ago and right now is gleefully dry humping its corpse.
  • "Guns! Shooting! Explosions! Stuff breaking! Trucking! Excitement?!"
  • This:
    Pinball: Pretty clever, right, bitch?!
    Cyrus: *shoots Pinball in the chest* No, THAT'S clever!
    Jeremy: Twitter.
  • An unexpected reference near the end of the video:
    Jeremy: I haven't seen gun handling this bad since the policeman from Plan 9 From Outer Space.
  • At one point, the climax gets so stupid, it drives Jeremy to drink.
    • Jeremy cracks up when Cameron kills Diamond Dog by blowing him up with the motorcycle he’s riding on.

    Cowboys & Aliens 

    Crazy Rich Asians 

     The Crow 
  • The YouTube description:
    YouTube Description: The Crow is a movie that happened. I was there. Well, not there on set. But there in the theaters. Even then, so many years ago, I recognized how sinful it was.
  • The first sin of the movie? Miramax.
  • This bit:
    Sarah: People say that when a person dies, a crow comes to carry its soul to the land of the dead.
    Jeremy: Only five people, though. Also, Crowrration.
  • Immediately followed by:
    Sarah: And there will be an immense sadness until the soul can rest.
  • Jeremy's comments on Eric's last name:
    Jeremy: Draven? Really? Other potential names include Jack Escrow, Isiaha Crowell and Raven Symone.
  • When Eric is brought back from the dead:
    Jeremy: They should have sent him a note tied to this crow's feet. "Hey Eric! Welcome to the wonderful world of revenge! We sell three tiers of revenge packages! You want to kill Dave from the third grade? Because you can kill Dave from the third grade!"
  • When Eric steps down some stairs in an alleyway, Jeremy wonders if Kim Basinger and Mickey Roarke just had sex there.
  • As Eric puts on his makeup while The Cure plays, Jeremy declares the scene the birth of the Emo movement.
  • When Eric lets out a wicked laugh, Jeremy responds with one of his own which manages to be even creepier.
  • This:
    Sarah: I wish the rain would stop, just once!
    Jeremy: So do I, but this is sadly the norm for 90's thrillers.
  • At one point, Jeremy wonders if George R.R Martin stole ideas from this for Game of Thrones but then realises that the movie came out in 1994 while the first book was written in 1996. "He doesn't write THAT fast."
  • Jeremy repeatingly refers to Grange as Candyman throughout the movie.
  • At a shot of kids in Halloween masks:
    Jeremy: They should have just rereleased this movie into theatres as The First Purge instead of that movie we got last year.
  • The Running Gag of Jeremy counting how many poorly composited falling scenes there are throughout the film.
  • When Top Dollar talks about setting a bunch of fires and profiting off it, Jeremy starts wondering if the man sells insurance or maybe drywall if he's somehow profiting from doing nothing but committing arson.

    Dark Shadows 

    Days of Thunder 
  • Jeremy questions how the defending champion in the movie is named Rowdy Burns:
    "Why didn't you just call him Hick Speed, or Huckleberry Swift, or Darty McWhitetrash?"
  • Jeremy questions the story credit in the opening credits: "Story by Robert Towne and Tom Cruise":
    "How is there a 'story by' credit in this movie? It's f*cking racing!" [ding] "Also, guy who wrote Chinatown teams with megastar to write a movie about racing." [another ding]
  • This:
    NASCAR Official: We ended up looking like a monkey fu*king a football out there!
    Jeremy: Having seen many, many monkeys fu*king many, many footballs, I'm going to have to disagree with you.
  • When one of the NASCAR bigshots is chewing out the two rival drivers for their stunts on the track:
    NASCAR Official: You two monkeys—
    Jeremy: That's racist. [ding]
    NASCAR Official: When the Japs—
    Jeremy: That's racist. [ding]
    NASCAR Official: You two monkeys—
    Jeremy: That's racist. [ding]
    NASCAR Official: I'm gonna black-flag the two of ya—
    Jeremy: That's... hmm... You know, just to be on the safe side, I'm going to go ahead and say that's racist. [ding][[note]]In racing, colored flags are used to indicate various track and driver status. In NASCAR, a black flag basically means "pull your car into the pits ASAP, something's wrong". Can be for mechanical failure that makes the vehicle unsafe on the track or for the driver misbehaving in a way that the officials need to have a word with him.

    Dear John 

    Death Race 2000 
  • "Discount Sylvester Stallone" … when the actual Stallone appears on screen.
  • "Where's Annie right now? … Ohhhhhhhhh…"
  • (After a racer finally hits a man who'd been standing still) "He must've made the mistake of moving."
  • "In the name of humanity, let Operation Anti-Race begin!" "That's racist."

    Death Wish 

    Deep Blue Sea 

    Dirty Dancing 
  • "Foot fetish."
  • When Johnny asks what Baby is doing at the resort's dance floor and she answers that she answers that she is bringing in watermelons for the staff there.
    Jeremy: It was a plot device to get inside the sexy forbidden house. God knows why this party needs watermelons.
  • "Baby is being taken through a Disneyland ride of plot developments. Everywhere she goes, there's someone who just happens to be crying or yelling about something that will be important later."

  • "...Also, what kind of test do the other factions give their new recruits? Do they all have secondary tests? In Candor, are they like, 'What... is your favorite color?' 'Red-no yellow-aaaaagh!!'???" (*ding*)
  • Early on:
    Tris: But what was my result?
    Tori: Abnegation, and Erudite, and Dauntless.
    Jeremy: But not truthful enough to be in Candor, you lying whore.
  • This:
    Jeremy: Man, this movie is one "I am your father" revelation away from literally being the most cliché movie I've ever seen.
    Tris: Marcus had a son.
    Jeremy: F*ck!
  • At one point where the hero and villain are very close, Jeremy shouts "MAKE OUT WITH HER ALREADY."

    Django Unchained 
  • The Stinger.
    Django: How many niggers you think you've seen come and go? Seven thousand? Eight thousand? Nine thousand?
    Jeremy: The number of slaves Stephen has seen come and go is definitely over nine thousand. [DING!]

    Dragonball Evolution 
  • The movie ends with 177 sins, but it receives a huge bonus round of "The things that pissed off the fans of Dragon Ball" (for once, breaking their "no research/citing the source material" rule), bringing the sin count to OVER 9000!
  • The very first sin of the video:
    Gohan: In a time before many can remember …
    Jeremy: I already know I'm going to hate this movie.



    Escape Room 

    E.T. the Extra Terrestrial 

    Ex Machina 

    The Exorcist 
  • When a small carving of Pazuzu is found at an archeological site:
    Jeremy: Man, this thing is totally going to ruin the Brady Bunch's Hawaiian vacation.
  • Although Jeremy loves the movie, he can't help but sin it for its very slow pacing throughout.
  • Jeremy, based on habit, immediately starts sinning 'Crash Course', the movie within the movie.
  • This bit:
    Chris: What's this? Dinner at the White House?
  • At a shot of Father Karras working out at a gym:
    Jeremy: I can't wait for Karras vs Pazuzu 2. I ordered it on Pay-Per-View and everything!
  • This:
    Burke: There appears to be a pubic hair in my drink.
  • Jeremy repeatingly compares Burke's bizarre mannerisms to Mr. Bean.
  • When Regan's bed starts moving on its own:
  • Jeremy is shocked at how casually the doctors smoke in front of Regan.
  • Jeremy's reaction at the famous head turning scene:
    Jeremy: HOLY F*CKING SH*T! 1 sin removed
  • This:
    Father Karras: What is my mother's maiden name?
    Demon Regan: vomits on Karras
  • This:
    Father Merrin: We need an exorcist.
    Jeremy: Roll Devils!
  • This bit:
    Jeremy: Rhetoric.

  • The entire "Smell my hand" unsinned bonus round.
  • "Face..." "Roll..." "Off." "Credits."

    Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them 
  • "Welcome to the wonderful world of Harry Potter, now with 100% less Harry Potter!"
  • Jeremy's complete and utter loathing for Newt's magical suitcase:
    Jeremy: You know what? F*ck this suitcase and everything it represents.
  • This exchange:
    Newt: You're a Legillimens. 
    Queenie: Yeah, but I always have trouble with your kind. Brits.
    Jeremy: That's Britcist. *ding*
  • Jeremy talking about how the word "Obscurus" would make a great name for an emo band. 
  • Jeremy's characterization of Newt as "Doctor Who, Pokémon Trainer".

    The Fault In Our Stars 
  • In the scene at the cancer patient support group:
    Gus: My fears ? Oblivion.
    CinemaSins: Oh come on... the movie wasn't THAT bad.
  • The various moments of "We also probably missed a hilarious 'driving her back to her house scene' where he X 5 Y."
  • The small scene of Gus watching Aliens was a middle finger to every guy gone to see this movie.
  • Jeremy's response to Hazel's line "I'm a grenade".
    Jeremy: You could always date Steve Rogers. I hear he has no problem falling on grenades.
  • Hazel: "Everything is wrong!" Jeremy: "Hazel Grace would be excellent at CinemaSins."
  • "Folders named "stuff" contain pornography 95% of the time. Just sayin'".


    Final Fantasy: The Spirits Within 
  • This sin:
    Aki: She told me she was ready to die.
    Jeremy: That kid is f*cking hardcore. *ding*

    The Fifth Element 
  • Upon the first appearance of Milla Jovovich:
    CinemaSins: I might remove a sin for naked Milla Jovovich, but...come THAT'S unique or rare.

    Forrest Gump 
  • Upon realising that Forrest's narration plays out throughout the entire film, Jeremy adds 20 sins.
  • This bit:
    Forrest Gump: They called that man The King. And years later, he had himself a heart attack or something.
  • When the kids bully Gump when he gets on the school bus, Jeremy sins the kids, then Alabama itself for producing such brats.
  • This:
    Forrest Gump: The best part about meeting the president of the United States? All the food!
    Jeremy: It's true. I hear they serve delicious Hamderbers.
  • This bit:
    Forrest Gump: And after 5 years, I got a college degree!
    Jeremy: The NCAA.
  • When Forrest meets Bubba:
    Forrest Gump: My name's Forrest Gump. People call me Forrest Gump.
    Jeremy: I am not a smart man. But I know what Roll Credits is.
  • When Bubba and Forrest decide to go into shrimping during Vietnam:
    Bubba: And, hey, Forrest, all the shrimp you can eat.
  • When Forrest plays ping-pong:
  • This:
    Forrest Gump: Everybody knows it isn't true but momma just says they're like little white lies that don't hurt nobody.
    Jeremy: Advertising in a nutshell.
  • This, for only how simple it is:
    Lt. Dan: I never properly thanked you for...for saving my life.

  • One of the first sins:
    Hannah: Everyone was warned. But no one listened.
    Jeremy: So we will keep making weather disaster films until YOU LISTEN... CONGRESS!
  • This:
    Hannah: The world came together as one.
    Jeremy: Man, I had NO idea that Geostorm was actually part of the Bill and Ted's Expanded Universe. What year was God Gave Rock & Roll to You broadcast to the universe? I always get the timelines confused.
  • Jeremy is horrified that, out of all the movies in the world, Geostorm was the one to get Andy Garcia and Ed Harris to work together.
  • Jeremy mentions that the movie takes place in "the not too distant future, next Sunday A.D.".
  • During a spacewalk scene, Jeremy notes that it looks less like Gravity and more like The 3 Stooges In Orbit.
  • "It really is incredible to see Gerard Butler's Scottish and American accents battling in real time."
  • When Rio freezes over, Jeremy hopes that Dominic Toretto got frozen to death while street racing there and ponders if "he gets frozen a quarter-mile at a time".
    • One of the stingers plays Frogger music and sound effects over said scene.
  • This bit:
  • When the DNC meeting is destroyed by lightning:

  • "Dramatic film hires Airplane! director and then expects me to take it seriously."
  • "Bad guys hire an assassin with ZERO stealth points."
  • Sam Wheat has been killed, and is offered a portal into a bright realm:
    Jeremy: God has room for bankers in Heaven.
  • Willie Lopez has been killed and is taken to the underworld by phantoms:
    Jeremy: Jerry Zucker couldn't resist throwing a little comedy into the film.
  • Carl Bruner has been killed and is taken to the underworld by phantoms:
    Jeremy: Jerry Zucker couldn't resist throwing a little comedy into the film.

    Ghostbusters (2016) 
  • Jeremy refusing to call Bill Murray's character anything but Dr. Peter Venkman.
  • When Slimer shows up:
    Jeremy: Worthless Slimer cameo is worthless. I can't believe they managed to get him off of his ranch in Montana to film this scene.
  • One of the stingers at the end of the video syncs up a living mannequin chasing Patty with "Nothing's Gonna Stop Us Now".

    Ghost in the Shell (1995) 

    Ghost in the Shell (2017) 

    The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo (2011) 
  • The first sin of the video:
  • At a shot of the Millenium building:
    Jeremy: Oh, cool, Mikael works at that short-lived 90's FOX show that starred Lance Hendriksen!
  • This bit:
    Henrik: And what do you know about me?
    Jeremy: I'd remove all the sins from this movie is Mikael asked him if Kevin Spacey previously played him.
  • "Fjordshadowing".
    • Which is immediately followed up by "Swedesposition".
  • This:
    Mikael: I'm losing track of everything here!
    Jeremy: Mikael speaks for the audience and the movie immediately raises two giant middle fingers in response.
  • When Mikael discovers an evidence photo of a subject hiding behind a balloon, Jeremy immediately jumps to the conclusion that its [[Literature/IT Pennywise the Dancing Clown]].
  • This:
    Martin: Funny. I never had a man in here note  before.

     Gnomeo and Juliet 

    The Golden Compass 
  • At the appearance of Lord Asriel with his familiar:
    Jeremy: See, now I'd rather be watching a movie where James Bond fights crime alongside a leopard.
  • Jeremy makes an unexpected reference to EPCOT's Spaceship Earth during the long opening narration of the movie:
  • This bit:
    Coulter: In fact, I took audience with the great polar bear king!
    Jeremy: I offered him a Coca-Cola but he and his family wanted Pepsi. Guess you can't believe everything on TV.
  • Jeremy's questions about how the daemons work turns into a Running Gag making it seem like a textbook.
  • Despite all of the supernatural events in this movie, the thing that confuses Jeremy the most is the fact that people still use dirigibles in this world.
  • Jeremy gets pissed off at 3 Roll Credits moments in the first half hour and adds 33 sins for this.
  • At the colorful character introductions:
    Jeremy: I am Cinema Sinfliggia, head of the "go f*ck yourself, movie" clan!
  • "How much do you wanna bet Sam Elliot thought he was doing a Lonesome Dove sequel?"
  • Jeremy begins comparing the movie to Star Trek: Voyager, then, after talking about an episode at length comes to the conclusion that the scene's meaning is that Captain Janeway is a psychopath.
  • Jeremy is shocked at the violent conclusion to the climatic fight and adds a sin not for the movie but for "the MPAA's hypocrisy when it comes to these things."
  • This bit:
    Serefina: This girl will be of great assistance in the upcoming wars.
    Jeremy: You mean like in the sequels-ahahahahahahhahahah! This movie! Sequels! Hahahahahahaha!

    The Great Wall 
  • At the beginning of the movie, we get this:
    Jeremy: Movie should have given my 7th grade paper entitled "The Great Wall of China: The Mystery, the Majesty and the Legend" a partial writing credit. Maybe IT will ALSO get a C minus from my social studies teacher.

    The Greatest Showman 
  • "19th century dabbing."
  • Right at the beginning, we get:
    P.T. Barnum: Ladies and gentlemen, it's the moment you've been waiting for!
  • "F*ck! Even the flashbacks have musical numbers!"
  • The Running Gag about P.T. Barnum's real life compared to the film; virtually every sin gets a dig in at the awful things the actual man did.
  • Jeremy's rundown of the circus freaks:
    Jeremy: Let's see. We've got Teen Wolf, Slender-Man, fatter Jon Lovitz, Glenn Close with a sh*tty perm, Daniel Day Dracula, Lucy Who, a tattooed Colonel Mustard...
  • "Dog Boy Milk! Get your Dog Boy Milk here! Everyone loves milk named after a dog boy!"
  • The final sin:
    Title card: The noblest art is that of making others happy. - P.T. Barnum
    Jeremy: Also, "there's a sucker born every minute" but tomato, tom-ato, right?

  • At the very beginning, a young Atticus Shaffer makes a cameo.
    Jeremy: Apparently, before he was Brick, this kid who should probably be at school or something walks around sarcastically waking up superheroes. (whispers) waking up superheroes.
  • In honor of a random extra being excellent at CinemaSins, Jeremy proceeds to list several alternative ways Hancock could have stopped a train accident and counts them as sins.
  • "Non-buffering HD YouTube in 2008."
  • Some Self-Deprecation:
    Ray: It's not a crime to be an asshole, but it's very counterproductive.
    Jeremy: We beg to differ.
  • Jeremy throws up after a shot rotates too many times in a row.
  • This:
    • At one point, Jeremy refers to Mary as "Mary Mary Quite Expositionary".

     The Happening 

     Happy Death Day 

     Happy Feet 
  • Even though Jeremy thinks the movie is OK, he immediately adds a sin for this movie and its sequel delaying Mad Max: Fury Road from being made.
  • The Running Gag of Jeremy pointing out how blatantly dirty a lot of the jokes in this 'family movie' really are thanks to the music, starting with penguins courting to Prince's Kiss and... somehow only getting worse from there. "Let's talk about eggs, baby!"
  • "Hahahahaha, remember back in 2006 when we had polar ice? Good times..."
  • When Jeremy removes a sin for the musical numbers, he throws in a dig in at Website/YouTube's strict copyright policies forbidding him for playing them.
  • Between the famous voice cast, the numerous famous songs and the rights acquiring, Jeremy calculates that the movie must have cost "at least 72 billion dollars".
  • Several minutes into the sins video:
    Narrator: His mom and dad met in the usual way...
    Jeremy: Penguinarration!
  • This:
    Narrator: The mothers left for the fishing season while the dads stayed behind with the eggs!
    Jeremy: Ah, a reverse The Shape of Water.
  • This bit:
    Falcon: What are you doing here, flipper boy?!
    Jeremy: That's flipper-ist!
  • When Mumble and Gloria wind up in uncomfortable positions, Jeremy lets the puns fly:
    'Jeremy: Summer of 69. Doggiefish. Journey to the South Pole...
  • Jeremy cracks up when he finds out that Fat Joe voices a main character in the movie.
  • When the movie plays Queen's Somebody to Love, Jeremy hopes that "they aren't going to play the full Live-Aid setlist."
  • At Lovelace leaving with a flock of female penguins:
    Jeremy: Great, so now I have to explain group sex to the kids, too. Who produced this thing, Larry Flynt?!
  • When Mumble and Gloria dance:
    Penguin Elder: Now we have this...uprising!
    Jeremy: Movie somehow thought it could become webbed-Footloose without me noticing. Movie is way wrong.
  • This:
    Mumble: None of this makes any sense!
    Jeremy: Script margin note somehow made it into the final cut of the movie.
  • At a shot of a snow covered mountain-top:
    Jeremy: Get your Paramount out of my Warner Brothers!
  • This epic tongue-twister:
    Jeremy: Humble Mumble bumbles and stumbles then tumbles and fumbles through the propeller as it rumbles but somehow doesn't get jumbled or crumble and so, I shall grumble.
  • At the end, when all of the penguins are dancing:
    Jeremy: I don't care if they won 2 Stanley Cups in a row, this is way too much celebration.
  • One of the outtakes:
    Mumble: I'm a very particular kind of guy. I need my own space!
    Pee-Wee Herman: I'm a loner, Dottie! A rebel!

     The Hateful 8 
  • The "Racial Slur Bonus Round", where Jeremy sins each use of the n-word while dubbing over random words (usually words with "-er" at the end) in its place (climbers, loggers, etc.), using different inflections and Mario music in the background.
    John Ritter in Sling Blade: Well, that's a very offensive way to put it; you shouldn't say that.




  • In a scene where the kids are sent to bed before eight:
    Jeremy: Is it not even 8 O'clock yet? Why is a kid this age going to bed before the next episode of "Dinosaurs" comes on?
  • Jeremy attempts to say "Roll Credits" only to keep getting interupted by Toodles repeating Hook.
    Jeremy: Damn. Well, you get the idea.
  • "Hook hookers".
  • "Slutty Scuba Mermaids". This wasn't a sin. Jeremy just wanted to say "Slutty Scuba Mermaids".
  • When Peter calls himself "Pan the Avenger".
    Jeremy: Oh Jesus, not another Avenger. We've already got way too many.

    House of the Dead 
  • The first sin of the video:
    Jeremy: Jesus, I can feel my face getting boxed in right now. *ding*
  • An colorful invitation to "Gathering" is displayed on a post card.
    Jeremy: This either a rave or an invitation into a volcano cult. 50/50 chance, but like I said, these people really love acid.

    The House with a Clock in its Walls 
  • At the beginning of the film:
    Johnathan: I look forward to meeting you.
    Jeremy: What is up with Jack Black's accent here? He's a warlock that lives in Michigan, not some gun-toting Buster Scruggs wannabe.
  • Jeremy points out a subtle reference to Back to the Future with a movie marquee showing "Spaceman from Pluto" before sinning it because "it just makes me want to watch Back to the Future instead."
  • A sin is added for Eli Roth's directorial credit without any explanation or even stopping the video.
  • During Johnathan and Florence's conversation, Jeremy adds a sin for "banter." When their conversation leads to them insulting each other, Jeremy sins it for "SEXY banter."
  • At a shot of the house:
    Jeremy: You could tell me that this shot is from this movie, Goosebumps or Miss Peregrine's Hogwarts for Gifted Youngsters and I would literally not be able to tell them apart. This sh*t really does roll all together, doesn't it?
  • When Selena shows up:
  • This bit:
    Lewis: Brave, brave, brave...
  • Jeremy refers to a scene of hanging portrait characters as being too PG: "and not the 80's PG, when you could get away with some serious sh*t."
  • This bit:
    Johnathan: The house likes you.
    Lewis: The house can't like anything! It's a house!
  • Jeremy refers to the titular house as "if Pee-Wee's Playhouse f*cked The Haunted Mansion" and isn't sure if that should count as a sin.
  • This:
    Johnathan: This house was once owned by another warlock, Isaac Izzard and his wife Selena.
    Jeremy: What about his son, Eddie?
  • This bit:
    Johnathan: He passed away and left a magical clock in the walls.
  • Jeremy sins a toilet humor joke twice, one for the joke itself and another for the effects department having to work on that joke.
    • Jeremy later recalls that "there was 100% less jokes about sh*t in the book".
  • This:
    Johnathan: Let me show you what a little bit of WEIRD can do...
    Jeremy: File this one under "things you do not want to hear from your uncle who you still barely know."
  • At a shot of Johnathan suspended in the air:
  • When Johnathan inspects a room with a stethoscope:
    Jeremy: Dude, it's not called "The House with a Clock in its Furniture".
  • "F*cking Tarby."
    • Later, Jeremy refers to Tarby as "Frank Underwood: Origins".
      • Later still:
  • Jeremy almost removes a sin for a badass gravestone before wondering who would order something like that:
    Jeremy: Maybe Lemmy?
  • This:
    Florence: Something is wrong. VERY wrong.
    Jeremy: Sorry, Cate, even though you and everyone else in the cast and crew said this to Eli Roth, we still got this movie.
  • Jeremy points out that a transforming effect "somehow looks worse than Men In Black, a movie made more than 20 years ago!
  • One of the outtakes:
    Johnathan: Isaac!
  • Another outtake:
    Lewis: I'm going to need some Ovaltine.

     How the Grinch Stole Christmas 
  • The Nostalgia Critic comes back one more time, to co-host this review in Seussian rhyme.
  • The Critic tells Jeremy that rhyming is easy, but at the very end, he admits that it was not easy at all, and agrees never to do it again.
  • At the beginning, when they learn that Anthony Hopkins is narrating, Jeremy and the Critic each take a swipe at him:
    Jeremy: Hopkins is in this? That wasn't too bright, his role's as phoned in as the one in The Rite.
    Critic: Also, is this such a holiday specter, your kids being soothed by Hannibal Lecter?
    • This is referenced later on, when the narrator says, "All the Whos were all dreaming sweet dreams without care."
      Jeremy: Did I mention that Hannibal Lecter's still scary? 'Cause he is, almost as much as Jim Carrey.
  • Two separate moments Jeremy and the Critic think are so long that they ask if anyone is in favor of skipping it. Cue a bunch of raised hands, followed by them saying, "Thank you!" and skipping it.
  • Throughout the review, the reviewers call out the film for deviating from the book and the cartoon so much.
  • As Cindy Lou Who falls through the trash tube, she is giggling, which prompts this remark:
    Jeremy: I'm not sure why falling to her death makes her giggle. Eh, maybe she's thinking...
    Critic: "Hehe, dying tickles!"
  • When the Grinch goes to the Who-bilation...
    Critic: How is it the Grinch hasn't blown up this town? I'd Who-nuke this Who-fest to the goddamn Who-ground!
  • In response to the Grinch's mistletoe-butt scene...
    Critic: Off to this family film you and your kids flew, but Jim Carrey's in this, so you knew it'd go blue!
  • When the Grinch is refused a ride in a taxicab, because he is green...
    Critic: A race joke, really? We're going there, folks? Actually, f*ck it, that was a pretty funny joke.
  • The only part in the entire review that isn't said in rhyme is Jeremy's response to the Grinch's heart growing three sizes, which is a blunt...
    Jeremy: Me? I'm still pissed.
  • During the Grinch's backstory, when he is shown as a child in school, the Critic spoofs the Muppet Babies theme song: "Grinchy babies, they make nightmares come truuuuuuuue!"
    • One clip in the post-review stinger replays the aforementioned scene, this time with the actual Muppet Babies theme playing.
  • This line:
    The Grinch: They'll crash on jang-jinglers and bounce on boing bounders!
    Critic: Against a green screen snorting uppers and downers.
  • The Critic's response to the Grinch "speaking in rhyme":
    Critic: Tricky, we know, and you can see why, but at least we're attempting. You didn't even try.
  • As the Grinch goes down to Whoville in his rocket-powered sled...
    Grinch: I'm going to throw up! AND THEN I'M GONNA DIE!!
    Critic: If that would mean ending this movie, please try! *ding*

    I Am Legend 
  • Two Spider-Man jokes in a row:
    Jeremy: (at a shot with the Flatiron Building in view) PARKER! Why is the city so empty?! *ding*
    Jeremy: (at a plastic-wrap covered building) What the hell is this supposed to be? Did Spider-Man orgasm his webbing all over this entire skyscraper?! *ding*
  • In a possible Take That! towards the studios' decision to change the film's ending (the film had been building up to The Reveal that the Darkseekers still retained some humanity), Jeremy acts confused at the Darkseekers' signs of intelligence and organization when Neville claimed the virus took away all traces of "typical human behavior" from victims.
  • "There is no God."
    Jeremy: Will Smith plays a Discount The Mole from the South Park movie.
  • In the outtakes, when the Darkseeker Alpha Male smashes against the glass door:
    Will Smith: Welcome to Earth!

    Ice Age 
  • Jeremy sinning four instances in a row where Scrat should have died in the opening.
    (When Scrat is forced through the crevice, with his eyes about to pop out...)
    Jeremy Scrat is dead. *ding*
    (Scrat screams as he falls...)
    Jeremy Scrat is dead. *ding*
    (Scrat repeatedly hits the mountain's rocky slope...)
    Jeremy No really, Scrat is dead. *ding*
    (As Scrat makes it to the bottom and is about to leave, a mammoth's foot crushes him...)
    Jeremy I mean... that's totally the end of Scrat, right? *ding*
    • Immediately, this sin afterwards makes those four instances even funnier:
    "I mean... Jesus... I guess I don't have to ever worry about Scrat. I saw a dead squirrel once. May god have mercy on my soul if I figure out whatever monster or Toyota Camry did it." *ding*
  • After Manny tosses the two rhinos away using his tusks and trunk:
    Jeremy: Some bullsh*t. *ding*
  • As the baby stares blankly at the camera:
    Jeremy: Disney famously animates their characters as cutely as possible. Fox on the other hand is like, "nah". *ding*
  • "Yeah, stop! He's just making a dramatic reveal of my baby! WE ARE FOOLS. " *ding*

    Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull 
  • "Indy makes a casual reference to an adventure that would easily have made a better movie than this one."
  • Jeremy has Mutt's introduction be a sin without any explanation.
  • After Irina kicks Mutt off of the vehicle with the titular Crystal Skull and is getting away.
    Mutt: What are you looking at, daddy-o?!
  • After the monkeys attack the Russians but not the heroes.
    Jeremy: The monkeys of the Amazon are anti-communist by nature. *ding*
  • When a Soviet henchman gets eaten by the "big damn ants":
    Jeremy: If ants that could eat you this quickly actually existed, I'm pretty sure South America would be completely uninhabited. *ding*
    • Then, while Indy and another Soviet henchman are fighting:
    Jeremy: Thank god the killer ants have carved two separate paths around this fist fight so that Indy doesn't get eaten. I mean, I know Ox took out the skull and the ants scattered around him, but why do they continue to separate well after passing the skull? *ding*
  • Dubs Dr. Kimble's denial of murdering his wife from the interrogation scene from The Fugitive over Indy's interrogation, then dubs in Gerard's line of "He just did a goddamn Peter Pan off of this dam!" to the waterfall scene.
  • "Nobody does terrible aim like Indiana Jones bad guys." *ding*
  • Having survived the nuclear blast, Indy sees a prairie dog staring at him, which prompts this remark:
    Jeremy: Indy, meet this prairie dog. Prairie dog, meet Indy. ONE of you... is the star of this movie, I'm sure of it. *ding*
  • This exchange:
    Indiana: What exactly am I being accused of, besides surviving a "nucular" blast?
    Jeremy: Did PROFESSOR Jones just say "Nu-Cu-Lar"? *ding*
  • As Indy and Mutt ride a motorcycle through a library, they almost run into one student who sees them and lets loose with a Wilhelm Scream.
    Jeremy: This is the first of the Wilhelm clan to go to college, I believe. *ding*
  • This exchange:
    Indiana: (to Spalko suggesting that the skull came from aliens) Come on!
    Jeremy: Indy's reaction is exactly what the filmmakers should have thought before making this movie. *ding*

  • Jeremy keeps trying to sin certain physics-related things, only to be foiled by Neil deGrasse Tyson.

    Into the Woods 
  • The YouTube title reads the video as running for "fairy tale minutes".
    • The video titles themselves read the video as running for "fairy f*ck me minutes".
  • Jeremy keeps trying to "Roll Credits" during the opening song whenever the song Title Drop, becoming increasingly frustrated.
    Jeremy: 42% of this movie is the words "into the woods"!
  • When Cinderella sings to the birds to tell them to fly away...
    Jeremy: If only you could use that beautiful singing voice to get them to peck your stepmother and stepsisters' eyes out. Seems reasonable. Who's going to convict you for that? "Well, yes, Your Honor, Cinderella has the power to make birds murder people. Prosecution rests!"
  • Throughout the video, Jeremy calls out the disembodied narration. It all begins with the second sin, in which Cinderella, played by Anna Kendrick, first appears and the narrator talks about her:
    Jeremy: Narrator commits a couple of sins here, which we are going to duly count because f*ck that guy. First off, and most importantly, he interrupts Anna Kendrick. Nobody puts baby in a corner, f*ckface! *ding* Second off, narration in general, f*ckface! *ding*
    • When the narration returns later on, there's this...
      Jeremy: Why does this movie, where 80% of the information is doled out in expositional songs, even bother with a f*cking narrator?!
  • As Jeremy watches Jack milk the cow in the opening, Jack sings about the cow giving cheese, to which Jeremy replies...
    "If the cow gives you some milk, then you can get the cheese. The cow can't just straight-up give you cheese. What kind of a wish is that? You might as well wish for a million dollars while you're at it."
  • "This movie simply doesn't trust the imaginations or intelligence of children. We're force-fed every action and feeling through narration, dialogue, and singing. It's just like that time I was kicked out of my first college orgy." *ding*
  • The Running Gag about the narrator stalking Anna Kendrick.
  • This...
    Baker's wife: ♫ This is ridiculous, what am I doing here? I'm in the wrong story... ♫
    Jeremy: The Baker's wife would be amazing at CinemaSins. *ding* Also, babe, it's worse than you think. There isn't even a story here in this place. *ding*
    • Moments later, as the female giant is heard approaching...
      Baker's wife: (nervously) What was that?
      Jeremy: The Baker's wife would be amaz— oh, we just said that. Carry on!
  • When Little Red Riding Hood is first seen...
    Narrator: And then there was a hungry little girl who always wore a red cape.
    Jeremy: Probably a superhero, probably will be in the next Avengers movie. And let's be honest, Into the Woods is sort of an "Avengers for Fairy Tales", so no one will know the difference.
  • This:
    Jack's mother: (to Jack) Sometimes I wonder what's going on in that head of yours.
    (She then slaps him on the side of his head)
    Jeremy: But then my abusive nature takes over and I stop giving a sh*t.
  • Jeremy expressing incredulity at who plays the Wolf in this movie: "Is that Johnny goddamn Depp?!"
    • Moments later...
      Wolf: (observing Red Riding Hood) ♫ Look at that flesh, pink and plump... Helloooo, little girl... ♫
      Jeremy: Pedophilia song. *ding* Also, during the "Into the Woods" sing-a-long, I imagine they needed to do background checks on all the audience members before starting the show. *ding*
    • Criticizing the Wolf's temptation song to Red Riding Hood for being too sexual, Jeremy remarks, "It's like watching Jack Nicholson meet Hailee Steinfeld."
  • As part of her song "On the Steps of the Palace", Cinderella sings, "Everything's wrong", which Jeremy thinks is "close enough to make [Kendrick] our honorary fairy godmother forever and ever, amen!!!"
  • This:
    Baker: ♫ Anything can happen in the woods... ♫
    Jeremy: That was literally the entire pitch for this movie.
  • Jeremy's description of the song "Your Fault":
    "This is argue-singing. It's singuing. It's as bad and frustrating as it sounds."
  • Throughout the video, Jeremy blames Jack for all of the bad things happening in the movie ("Jack murders a giant for his golden coins, golden egg, and golden harp, and he's supposedly the good guy?"), culminating in this exchange in the climax, when they sing the aforementioned "Your Fault", blaming each other for all the bad things that happened:
    "Can't we all agree that Jack was at fault here?"
    • In the end, it leads to this:
      Jack: Maybe I shouldn't have stolen from the giant.
      Red Riding Hood: Maybe I shouldn't have strayed from the path.
      Cinderella: Maybe I shouldn't have attended the ball.
      Jeremy: Maybe Jack shouldn't have stolen from the giant.
  • "I've never seen a movie so allergic to story in my life."
  • As Cinderella asks the birds to help them in the battle against the Giant's wife, Jeremy chimes in...
    • Which is followed by...
      Cinderella: The birds will do their part.
      Jeremy: And that's all I have to say about that.

    It Follows 
  • Jeremy's reaction to the subverted Title Drop.
    Hugh: This thing, it's gonna follow you.
    Jeremy: Eh, close enough, let's roll some credits. *ding*
  • Two of the stingers:
    • A scene where one of the girls rides her bike in the playground is accompanied with "Couldn't We Ride".
    • When all the main characters are driving down the road with the most deadpan expressions, CinemaSins responds by playing the theme from That '70s Show.

    Jack Reacher 
  • When Jai Courtney appears on screen, Jeremy says, "Goddammit."
  • When Jack asks Helen, "Are you smart?"
    Jeremy: Dude, did you SEE Gone Girl?! *ding*

  • Jeremy immediately removes five sins when he realizes how much he and Chris are assholes for doing a video on Jaws. Because it's at the very start, with zero sins as yet, the resultant sin count is now -5.
  • "Someone's yelling 'Does anyone has a gun?' Amazingly, this is America and no one does!"
  • When he sees a kid crying in the midst of a shark attack:
  • When several characters are arguing that there might not be a shark.
    Jeremy: No doubt there are business owners and politicians that would deny the fact of a shark out in the water. But ignoring two deaths, including one that happened in front of a hundred people? I mean... Jesus, this is stupidity that only happens in movies and... real life, I guess. Damn. Sin for real life?

    Jupiter Ascending 
  • Jeremy's reaction to Eddie Redmayne's first sign of hamminess:
    Balem: GOOOOO!!!
    Jeremy: (calmly) Go. *ding*
  • Everytime a scene cuts to a new planet, the sin will be "Meanwhile, in <insert planet>"
  • Jeremy criticizes Eddie Redmayne's acting throughout the video.
  • "Discount Channing Tat-HOLY SH*T! What the f*ck did they do to him?!!"
  • "I just need to know what in the hell is going on!"
    Jeremy: Mila's initial table-read comment makes it into the shooting script.
  • "The Reaping."
  • Jeremy's first reaction to Jupiter's full name being revealed to be to assume that the film was in fact an adaptation of the Three Investigators books.
  • "Soylent Green?" note 
  • "Will you marry me?"
    Jeremy: Motherf*cker. *ding*
  • "Don't make this harder than it has to be."
    Jeremy: Hey, man. A boner's a boner. *ding*
  • Balem strikes again:
    Balem: I CREATE LIFE!
    Jeremy: That line reading. *ding*
  • Caine catches Jupiter after a fall of several hundred feet..
    Jeremy: I'm adding 25 sins for this. (+25 sins) [Beat] No, 50. (+25 MORE sins)

     Justin Bieber: Never Say Never 
  • "This hand-heart gesture is worth 20 sins on its own." (+20 sins)
  • "Justin Bieber." "*ding*" "And Chris Brown." *ding*
  • "Film partially shares its title with that bullsh*t James Bond movie that was a remake of Thunderball." *ding* "Also, Bieber and Bond don't quite go together. Shaken, but not quite stirred, am I right?" *ding*
  • "Bieber's dad's name is Jeremy." *ding*
    • Made extra-funny when you realize the CinemaSins narrator's name is Jeremy.
  • When Bieber holds a microphone out to the audience:
    "Hey asshole, I paid $125 on StubHub to watch this sh*tty concert — you f*cking sing." *ding*
  • "Duke sucks." *ding*
  • One of the stingers merges Bieber concert footage with the military blowing up Madison Square Garden from Godzilla (1998).
  • Miley Cyrus being called out, three times in a row:
    Jeremy: Miley Cyrus isn't embarrassing herself in this scene. *ding* Also, Miley Cyrus. *ding again*
    Miley: We both worked really hard.
    Jeremy: Having a dad in the business didn't hurt you, either. *ding*
  • At least three Running Gags in this video, all of which show criticism on Jeremy's part of this film:
    • First, he continuously makes fun of Scooter Braun being the producer of this film.
      "I would write sins about this movie if Scooter Braun would stop sucking his own d*ck for five seconds."
    • Second, he continuously questions how amazed everyone is that Bieber is playing a sold-out concert at Madison Square Garden.
      "It ain't that hard if you're a little bit famous."
    • Third, Jeremy remarks, at least twice, "Bieber seems like such a cool dude here, but why do I still want to punch him in the face?"
  • Jeremy criticizes Boyz II Men backing up Bieber.
    Jeremy: The day I see Boyz II Men backing up Bieber, that will be the saddest day of my life.
    (cuts to shot of Boyz II Men backing up Bieber)
    Jeremy: Sh*t.
    • This is followed by...
      Bieber: (to audience) Make some noise for Boyz II Men, everybody!
      Jeremy: And all the preteen girls in the audience said, "Who?" *ding*
  • Jeremy calls out one person for wearing a T-shirt with a cat on it wearing sunglasses and a baseball cap reading "Brooklyn".
    "I don't care if he's being ironic, f*ck that shirt!" *ding*
  • "Snoop Dogg isn't smoking weed in this scene." *ding*
  • A picture of a young Justin is shown, with him in a hockey outfit:
    Jeremy: No way. Justin grew up in Canada and played hockey? Now this movie is just a fantasyland.
  • One young girl says that she thinks about Bieber "99% percent of [her] life."
    Jeremy: That's not even abnormal.
  • "Five out of six Bieber fans have braces. Make of that whatever you will." *ding*
  • On Bieber wearing his pants really low, Jeremy remarks, "I refuse to believe that anyone in Bieber's entourage is a decent person as long as Bieber continues to wear his pants like this."
  • L.A. Reid describes Bieber as "the Macaulay Culkin of music".
  • One guy wears a white T-shirt that has the words "Bieber Rox" written on it in art paint, prompting Jeremy to remark that he lost a bet.
  • Manager/Director Scooter Braun says "Ninety percent of my job is helping him become a good man."
    Jeremy: Then you, sir, have failed. (cue photo of Bieber puking off a hotel balcony and video of him throwing a profanity-filled public tantrum)
  • At the end, there are two Bonus Rounds that raise the original sin tally from the initial 98 sins accrued thus far. The first round involves a shirtless Bieber, with each shot of such multiplying the tally of sins by two. Then, the second round involves shots of "possible creepers", multiplying the sin tally by three. In the end, the sin count comes out to over 13 billion!

     The Karate Kid (2010) 
  • Jeremy almost cracks up at the movie pulling the "dead parents" cliche not even a minute into the film.
  • When Dre and his friend say goodbye:
    Jeremy: Man, this is some Bucky/Captain America bullsh*t. FRIENDS! FRIEEEENDS! note 
  • "Well, now we know why this movie takes place in China. They funded this movie!"
  • This bit:
    Dre: Ni hao ma?
    Passenger: Kid. I'm from Detroit.
  • Jeremy gleefully points out that both Will Smith and Jada-Pinkett Smith were executive producers on the film.
  • When Dre lands on his back trying to fight:
    Jeremy: His spine survives this.
  • At one point, the dialogue is so terrible, Jeremy doesn't say a word or stop the movie to sin it.
  • "Creativity does not in exist in this dojo!" "NO SENSEI!" Originality does not exist in this dojo!" "NO SENSEI!"
  • This:
    Dre: It's not karate, mom!
  • Jeremy is shocked that Jackie Chan manages to be less charming than Pat Mortia in the original.
  • As Dre is skateboarding:
  • This:
    Dre: If you have a car, why are we on a train?
    Han: Be quiet.
    Jeremy: I think they just filmed B-roll footage of the actors and spliced it into the movie.
  • When Dre and Han walk up a long flight of stairs, Jeremy hopes there's a "crazy-awesome water slide" at the end of it.
  • The final sin of the video:


     King Kong (2005) 
  • "The ship and film crew all survive the annual running of the dinosaurs." *ding* "Also, running of the dinosaurs." *ding again*
  • The last sin:
    Carl Denham: It wasn't the airplanes. It was beauty killed the beast.
    Jeremy: Or the runtime of this movie. Did you ever consider Kong died of old age?
  • Jeremy calls out the Wilhelm Scream that is uttered by a sailor when a brontosaurus accidentally knocks him off a cliff.
    "There goes that scurvy dog, Jimmy Wilhelm, dying another height-related death."
  • Jeremy calls out Andy Serkis not once but twice, one for each of his two roles in the film. First, when he is seen as Lumpy:
    "Andy Serkis is playing a human being in this scene." *ding*
    • Then when King Kong is seen...
    "Andy Serkis isn't getting nominated for an Oscar in this scene." *ding*
  • "So many f*cking dinosaurs! King Kong is a secondary character in his own movie." *ding* "Also, Dr. Grant, my dear Dr. Sattler, welcome... to Jurassic Park." *ding again*
  • The profusion of CGI giant bugs causes Jeremy to quip, "If it weren't for the quality actors and the director's pedigree, this would basically be one of those Brendan Fraser Journey to the Center of the Earth movies, right?"

    La La Land 
  • This, as Mia and Sebastian dance together in a starry room at the Griffith Observatory:
    Jeremy: Hey, movie, your WALL•E is showing!
  • Jeremy scolding Mia that she should send her e-mail (to all her clients) BCC, not CC.

    The Last Airbender 
  • "Wait, this movie's about white people?"
    • Later: "I don't really have any personal need for the Avatar to be played by an Asian kid... I just kinda thought he was going to be."
  • "I don't want to say anything bad about child actors, but I will: they suck."

    Les Miserables (2012) 
  • This:
    Cosette: ♫ It's too soon, too soon to say goodbye ♫
    Jeremy: I don't know, I think the audience already said goodbye two hours ago.
  • Jeremy calls out Gavroche's Cockney accent:
    "I didn't know so many French people spoke with an English accent."
    • Later, Jeremy questions how so many French adult males are "so easily swayed by an orphan with more Cockney in his accent than Oliver Twist."
    • Immediately after this, Gavroche gets shot and killed:
  • The moment leading up to Javert's suicide:
    Javert: ♫ Shall his sins be forgiven? ♫
    Jeremy: I know this movie's sins won't be forgiven.
    • Then when Javert finally commits suicide, and crashes against some flowing precipices doing so:
    Jeremy: MASH was wrong: suicide is not painless.
  • At the end, there is a Bonus Round involving "the notes that made us cringe". From the original 62 sins accrued thus far, the notes in question add on one point, then two points, then five points, then ten points, and then multiplies by two, then three, then five, until ultimately, the number of sins totals over 14 billion in all!
    • During one of Cosette's sections in "In My Life," the counter dings a dozen notes in a row.
  • In the one stinger...
    Fantine: ♫ I dreamed a dream in time gone by... ♫
    Jeremy: Hey, they totally stole this song from Susan Boyle!

     Life of Pi 
  • Jeremy points out that there are several instances where Richard Parker should have been seen, but wasn't.
  • Jeremy overlaps the scene of Pi screaming at the sea with audio from Forest Gump of Forrest narrating the storm scene.
  • He also notes that the meerkats are pretty cool with Richard Parker eating their own.
  • This bit:
    Pi: What are you looking at?
    —>Jeremy (as Richard Parker): My father told me that the stars were the kings of the past.
  • At the end, with the Jump Scare with the angler fish abomination.

     The Lone Ranger 
  • At a shot of Johnny Depp as Tonto:
    Jeremy: "Johnny Depp in a stupid outfit with a wacky hat" cliche.
  • "There are so many storylines crammed into the first 12 minutes of this movie that it's hard to know if I should care about any of them!"
  • When the train goes off the rails:
  • As a group of cowboys litter the ground:
    Jeremy: Hey, they left out the crying Native American out of this shot!
  • This bit:
    Little Kid: He's the Lone Ranger?
    Jeremy: Hi-Ho, credits! Away!
  • This:
    Tonto: Stupid half-wit white man!
    Jeremy: That's racist!
  • At a shot of a horse relieving itself:
  • At one point, the movie's storyline is so muddled, Jeremy can't even finish his sin and instead is resigned to simply stating "This movie's really dumb."
  • This:
    Maid: Drink this. You'll feel better.
  • This bit:
    Little Kid: But wait. Where'd you get the explosives from anyway?
    Jeremy: This annoying little kid would be excellent at Cinemasins.
  • At one point, the sin counter removes a sin. Jeremy gets upset that even the sin counter wasn't paying attention to the movie and forces it to add 5 more sins.
  • The final sin:
    Little Kid: I guess I should go home now.
    Jeremy: Yeah, because you've been cooped up in this tent with a crazy old man for 2 hours without your parents noticing.

  • The ending, where Jeremy gets so fed up with the paradoxical nature of the film's finale that he actually storms away from the microphone in frustration.
    Jeremy (in the distance): Jesus Christ!

    Mad Max: Fury Road 
  • This gem at the beginning:
    Max: It was hard to know who was more crazy... me... or everyone else.
    Jeremy: If Max was still Mel Gibson, the answer would be fairly easy to figure out.
  • When the Doof Warrior first shows up on the scene, rocking his flamethrower guitar... a sin is removed with absolutely no comment on this.
  • As much as Jeremy loved this movie, even he will not defend the scene where Nux randomly eats a bug crawling up his arm. He was suitably grossed out and the sinning came quickly.


    The Martian 
  • Jeremy sins botany. Hilarity Ensues:
    Jeremy: Movie attempts to make botany cool.
    Neil deGrasse Tyson: The Martian, where you learn all the ways that being scientifically literate can save your life.
    Jeremy: But... But... Dr. Tyson. I mean come on. Botany?!
    Neil deGrasse Tyson: The Martian, where fluency in science, technology, engineering, and math... rule all decisions of survival.
    Jeremy: But maybe you should think of it this way, Dr.—
    Neil deGrasse Tyson: The Martian, where science, not human emotion, drives the plot's humor, interpersonal relations, tension, and suspense.
    Jeremy: This is what you get when you argue—
    Neil deGrasse Tyson: The Martian, where you experience love, hate, envy, anxiety, pride, and heroism... all through the lens of science.
    [Jeremy takes a sin off without further complaint]
  • "Movie thinks self-surgery on Mars isn't going to make me pass ou..." (thud)
  • "Evidence that the Martian movie is fantasy: all who make important decisions are scientifically literate".

    The Meg 

    Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers: The Movie 
  • When Billy and Aisha worry that the Oozemen are too many and too strong, Jeremy just busts a gut.
  • He gives three sins for the creation of the Tengu Warriors - one for Ooze hocking a loogie to do so, one for making him writing down and one for making him say it.
  • Jeremy adds 100 sins for Billy's "Talk about a splitting headache" pun.
  • The Stingers for the movie:
    • Ivan Ooze's growl of "Smells like... teenagersssss... is followed by Nirvana's "Smells Like Teen Spirit"
    • The night shot of the Command Center has the ominous castle music from Aqua Teen Hunger Force playing.
    • The Rangers racing off to Phaedos side by side as streaks of light has the Reading Rainbow theme playing.
    • The Ninja Megazord's transformation is joined with "Let's go, Voltron Force!"

    Miss Peregrine's Home For Peculiar Children 
  • The opening credits reveals that this is a Tim Burton film, prompting Jeremy to remark, "This used to mean something."
    • Also, when Samuel L. Jackson's name pops up in the credits, Jeremy exclaims, "Goddamn, Sam, take a movie off! You don't have to appear in EVERYTHING!!!"
  • This:
    Jake Portman: (narrating) Do you feel like nothing you do matters?
    Jeremy: All the time, given Hollywood's remake/sequel machine. Thanks for asking! *ding* Also... peculiarration. *ding*
  • "This movie is giving me way more John Carter flashbacks than I think it should be. Maybe I just have John Carter PTSD or something."
  • Jeremy thinks that younger Jake's bedroom is "the exact opposite of an orgy of evidence that this is a boy's room". After pointing out some examples of the contents of this room to prove his point (i.e., dinosaurs on the lamp base, a detailed world map), he concludes:
    "This kid either hates sports or is literally Niles Crane. Or both!!"

    Mortal Engines 
  • At the beginning of the movie, we get:
    Narrator: 60 minutes was all it took.
    • Immediately after this, Jeremy notes that the narration is taking place over the opening logos and wonders what to call such a phenomenon: "Logoration? Narra-Logos?".
  • Later:
    Narrator: The weaker perished and the stronger became ever more powerful.
    Jeremy: America.
  • "WOW! Hugo Weaving turned down Infinity War to do THIS instead?!"
  • "I've honestly seen better CGI in the Civilisation games."
  • Jeremy's reaction to the "deity" joke:
    Jeremy: Honestly, there's so many different ways I can go with this sin but the fact that these little Minion f*ckers probably coughed up the money to get this sh*tpile made, the deity comment is actually accurate.
  • This:
    Vambrace: You're a skivy from the lower side.
    Jeremy: Hey, "skivy from the lower side" was my college girlfriend's favourite sex position!
  • This:
    Thaddeus: This is a fusion conversion cell.
    Jeremy: Ohhh.
  • "She survives these chainsaws galore!"
    • Immediately followed with:
    Jeremy: Also, "chainsaws galore" is also A) the name of my Tim "The Tool Man" Taylor themed 90's metal band, B) the only sex move I could ever get my college girlfriend off with, C) A spicy Albanian cola drink or D) the in-store name for the Home Depot hardware section.
  • "Hester survives SO MUCH BULLSH*T that I'm just adding 45 sins."
  • At one point, Jeremy gets so sick of the movie's terminology:
    Jeremy: Yay, even more sh*t that we don't understand a thing about. Oh well, I'm sure they'll explain it in the sequels. Hahahahahhahaha. Sequels.
  • When Hester and Tom narrowly avoid a moving city:
  • When Tom catches a falling knife in midair, Jeremy makes a coughing noise while the caption reads: >Allergic to bullsh*t< .
  • "The ship's still intact! It's a miracle...of screenplay writing!
  • This:
    Katherine: NILS! NOOOOOO!
    Jeremy: Nils. No.
  • This bit:
    Hester: I will kill you.
  • The last sin of the video:
    Jeremy: Great! Who the f*ck were you again?

    Moulin Rouge 
  • At the 20th Century Fox logo, which is featured on the opening curtains while the opening fanfare is being conducted...
    Jeremy: This guy, like most of the cast in this movie, thinks enthusiasm is all that matters.
  • This:
    Narcoleptic Argentinian: (singing) Rooooooooxanne...
    Jeremy: Movie says, "F*ck The Police."
  • This moment during the "Elephant Love Medley" segment:
    Christine: (singing) All you need is love...
    Satine: (singing) Love is just a game.
    Jeremy: Love song rap battle.
  • "We interrupt this lavish musical to bring you..."
    • " episode of Frasier." (at the scene involving mistaken identity)
    • "...When Harry Met Sally..." (when Satine demands Christian tell her some poetry while rolling around in her bed erotically)
    • "...Hamlet, apparently." (about the old "play within a play has the same basic plot as the main play" routine)
    • "...Encino Man." (when Zidler tells Satine of Christian, "Hurt him to save him.")
  • As Christian says what he is typing on his typewriter, Jeremy deadpans, "If I'm going to read what he's singing, don't I deserve a little bouncy ball on the words?"
  • When Christian types, "The woman I loved is dead," Jeremy exclaims, "Well, damn! Spoiler alert! Why should I even watch this movie now?"
    • This is referenced again later on, when Satine sings softly, "If I should die...":
      Jeremy: Well, I'd call this a sin of cheesy foreshadowing, except that the movie already told us in the first three minutes that she was gonna die, so I think it's just a sin of... boring.
  • At the very end of the movie, there is a message that reads: "This story is about... TRUTH... BEAUTY...", to which Jeremy remarks, "Is this a message for the people who walked in late?"
  • In response to the Duke attempting to assassinate Christian while he's on the stage...
    "Because you can't wait until after the show to do this. The bouncers at the after-parties are really strict."
  • Jeremy makes fun of Satine's name, which is only "one letter away from being named after a cracker."
  • Jeremy snarking the introduction of the Moulin Rouge:
    Zidler: Outside it may be raining, but in here it's entertaining!
    Jeremy: And still raining! The Moulin Rouge doesn't have a roof.
  • Two moments that are longer than they should be: first, Christian hides from the Duke...
    Jeremy: The "Christian hides from the Duke" scene lasts about three minutes, which doesn't sound long until you endure Satine's overacting all the way through it.
    • Then during the elephant scene...
      Jeremy: The entire Elephant sequence lasts nearly 20 minutes, which doesn't sound so long until... no, wait, that's actually pretty damn long.
  • In response to Satine being excited to be a real actress while being dressed by Marie, her dresser...
    Jeremy: (strained voice) Urge... to... make snarky remark... so strong right now...

    The Mummy (2017) 

    Murder on the Orient Express 

    The Nightmare Before Christmas 
  • Apparently Jack Skellington is only known in England, France, and to just one guy in Kentucky.
  • Jeremy notices the other towns, including "Thanksgiving Town", where everyone wishes it was Christmas already, and "St Patrick's Day Town". Jeremy really wants to see what St. Patrick's Day Town looks like.
  • "You work once a year. F*ck you."
  • At the sight of the skeleton rooster on Jack's roof:
    Jeremy: Bone Cock! *ding*
  • This bit during Poor Jack. It's Jeremy holding his note during that whole line that sells it.
    Jack: Why does nothing ever turn out like it should?
    Jeremy: When I kidnap someone and steal a holiday?

    A Nightmare On Elm Street 

    Nine ½ Weeks 
  • Jeremy calls the male lead "Discount Mickey Rourke," but then he realizes that he's actually Mickey Rourke.
    Jeremy: Discount Mickey Rourke—oh sh*t!!! He looks so ... human!
  • During the Erotic Eating scene:
    Meanwhile, the watermelon goes shamefully unused.
  • "Oh, sure, Mickey Rourke follows a girl at a Jamaican street market and it's romantic prelude... I do and it's 'stalking.'"
  • "Good God, if I knew this kind of behavior could land a woman like Kim Basinger, I would have tried to be creepier when I was younger."
  • "No one would hear you if you called out."
    Jeremy: "Well, that's not rapey at all."
    • "Just goes to show you fellas, if you creep a girl out by implying you might sexually assault her, you can send her flowers and she'll immediately squeal in delight like a schoolgirl who forgot all about the implied sexual assault from earlier."
  • The sentence: "9 ½ Weeks (of Jury Duty)", followed by Darth Vader yelling, "NO!!!!!!!!"

    The Nun 
  • During the recap of Annabelle: Creation, Jeremy realises that he forgot how many movies there are in the Conjuring-Verse, listing titles such as Annabelle: 4Ever or The Amityville Conjuring.
  • Jeremy's comments on the set design:
    Jeremy: I want a bunch of crosses. I want so many of them so that the sisters will have to shimmer their way around them. Oh, and let's have a bunch of them hanging from the ceiling and TWELVE FOG MACHINES! Set them to the max setting! We're going to horror movie cliche this sh*t up right!
  • When Sister Victoria's hanging body appears out of nowhere:
    Jeremy: Boy, that corpse sure knows dramatic timing!
  • During a scene at the orphanage, Jeremy points out a scientific error:
    Jeremy: Boy, back in 1952, the periodic table was a lot smaller. Or maybe this Catholic school believed a lot of the elements like carbon and hydrogen was sinful. And don't even get me STARTED on sodium...
  • Jeremy quickly gets tired of the poor pacing:
    Jeremy: I'm pretty sure the first 20 minutes of this movie has been them delivering luggage.
  • When Father Burke approaches The Nun:
    Jeremy: You don't realise that's a DEMON?! THAT'S THE ONE F*CKING THING YOU'RE SUPPOSED TO BE GOOD AT! The Vatican needs to vet its supernatural enforcer applicants a little closer in the future.
    • Later, Jeremy is dumbfounded by Burke's decision to follow a mysterious nun after being kidnapped and buried alive only hours earlier.
  • When The Nun swoops down to attack Frenchie:
  • When the radio turns on by itself:
    Jeremy: "I'm a demonic entity that can do anything I want. Should I rip out Father Burke's and Sister Irene's throats in the middle of the night? Nah, I'll just make them wonder how the radio went on! That sounds like way more fun!"
  • Jeremy loses it at yet another scene of the characters wandering a hallway:
  • When The Nun grabs Sister Irene's shoulder and screeches:
    Jeremy: And that's what happens when you take your vows of celebacy.
  • This:
    Father Burke: Maybe the books will help us shine a light on our answer.
    Jeremy: Or you could GET THE F*CK OUT OF THERE!
  • At one point Jeremy combines two running gags:
    Jeremy: Inverting crosses! Sudden nuns! Ex-SKIP-Ment?!
  • When Frenchie shows up to decapitate a zombie:
    Jeremy: Frenchie Ex Machina, in one of the ex-machina-iest ex machinas ever machinaed.
  • When a demon carves a pentagram in skin:
    Jeremy: This nun demon prefers arts and crafts to killing.
  • At one point, Jeremy suggests a sequel "The Nun 3: Nuns on the Run!" and excitingly says that he's got ideas to incorporate Eric Idle and Robbie Coltrane into the franchise.
  • This:
    Father Burke: Now is the time for action!
  • Jeremy notes that Maralyn Manson should have sued for copyright infringement based on the appearance of Irene's possessed form.
  • This bit:
  • One of the outtakes has the Nun accompanied by "I'll swallow your soul! I'll swallow your soul!

    The Nut Job 
  • Jeremy makes it very clear every other scene that he hates this movie.
  • At the beginning of the movie credits, an animated version of Psy appears. Jeremy's reaction:
  • The beginning where the protagonist kicks pigeons off the telephone wire. Apparently it reminded Jeremy of one of his friends, a band member in college, and one of their lyrics (He's not making this up) was "Someone kicked a pigeon, someone kicked a pigeon, someone kicked a pigeon."
    Jeremy: I swear to Holy Moses I'm not making this up!

    Ocean's Eleven (2001) 
  • This:
    Parole Officer: While this is your first conviction, you have been implicated, though never caught, in at least a dozen other confidence schemes and frauds.
  • Jeremy points out that, aside being from George Clooney, there is no way that Danny should have been paroled due to his dickish behaviour.
  • Jeremy silently adds 10 sins to a shot of the Trump Plaza. Even better, the moment the shot comes up, the video appears to freeze for a second (with the ding from the previous sin stopping) before the ten sins roll up.
  • Jeremy notes a club literally called "Club Boobs" in the background and gets disappointed that the movie never shows what it looks like.
  • During Basher's break in scheme, Jeremy is horrified that no one brings up the fact he built a car bomb.
  • This bit:
    Danny Ocean: Which one's the Amazing Yen?
    Rusty: The little Chinese guy.
  • At Saul's introduction scene:
  • This:
    Danny Ocean: This building's security rivals that of most nuclear silos.
    Jeremy: That says more about the security of nuclear silos than casinos.
  • This:
    Jeremy: This fictional gambler is flanked by two Matrix agents and its definitely fun to laugh at them in this getup. :)
    • Yes, he actually says "Smiley emotion".
  • This bit:
    Rusty: You can't split Tess eleven ways!
    Jeremy: But isn't just a matter of who's going first?
  • At one point, Jeremy theorises that Julia Roberts character is a continuation of Pretty Woman.
  • When the group abandon their waiter disguises in an elevator:
    Jeremy: And no one ever found these disguises or reported them to anyone. The end.
  • Jeremy points out that, by jamming the 911 phone lines, Ocean and his crew may have killed thousands.

  • "Wait, maybe Debbie isn't dead. She's just stuck in the Upside Down."
  • When the main characters move the planchette and it stops in "D":
    Jeremy: Laine is presumptuous in assuming the D is for Debbie. It could be David, or Doris, or Da Ghost. You don't know.
  • "Are we sure this ghost isn't Casper? Or at least a Deadmau5 fan?"

  • Jeremy calls the foghorn gag the most clever fart joke he's ever seen. But sins it anyways because it's still a fart joke.
  • Jeremy adds five sins for The Weinstein Company getting credited in the film.
  • Notes that the presence of Peter Capaldi and Matt Lucas makes this seem like a Doctor Who episode.

    Pet Sematary (1989) 

    Pitch Perfect 
  • (When Beca strips in the bathroom, it was obscured by a blurred glass pane) "Cameraman fails at his job right now!" *ding*
  • (During the same scene, a naked Chloe sneaks behind a naked Beca while she is singing) "Scene does not contain a lap dance." *ding*
  • "Female A Cappella group actually thought that singing Ace of Base would not end in at least one of their singers vomiting on stage."

  • Jeremy doesn't even bother being professional with the title: "Everything Wrong With Pixels in 'It's An Adam Sandler Movie' minutes."
  • Two "No" jokes in a row after Lady Lisa disappears along with the other aliens:
    Ludlow: LADY LISA!!
    Jeremy: Lady Lisa. *ding*
    Ludlow: NOOOOO!
    Jeremy: No. *ding*

    Point Break (1991) 
  • "Ex-Presidents robbery gang is clearly biased against all things Gerald Ford."

    Power Rangers 
  • Right off the bat, we get this:
    Subtitle: I'm sorry.
    Jeremy: Movie waits 1:35 too long to apologise for its awfulness!
  • When the Power Rangers meet Alpha 5:
    Alpha 5: You can trust me, I'm a talking robot.
    Jeremy: Tell that to HAL 9000.
  • Jeremy's repeated annoyance at the Krispy Kreme product placement, eventually adding 20 sins.
  • One of the stingers replaces Alpha 5's dialogue with The Robot from Lost in Space.

    Premium Rush 

     A Quiet Place 
  • "Please notice the hearing aid. NO, SERIOUSLY. PLEASE NOTICE IT."
  • At a child performing sign language:
    Jeremy: ...I presume that was something racist.
  • Jeremy comes up with many alternate titles for a newspaper headline, including "President Sounds Off: Turn Your Sound Off", "Simon Says: No One Dare Disturb The Sound of Silence" and "Sound Found to Compound the Frowns!"
  • At Beau playing with a rocket:
    Jeremy: F*cking kid.
  • Jeremy questions how Evelyn got pregnant because "all men perform loud sobbing after performing sex! ...Or So I Heard."
  • Whenever the kids do something stupid throughout the movie:
  • Jeremy's understated response to Evelyn stepping on a nail:
    Jeremy: Gah! F*ck you, movie!
  • The Running Gag about Jeremy questioning how people in this universe do anything, particularly bodily functions, without making noise.
  • "Fun fact: this movie was almost about killer corn. This scene is the only remains of that original film."
  • Jeremy gives the aliens some extra character motivation:
    Jeremy (in a silly Bullwinkle impression): Hey, guys. I'm a big dumb alien creature. I've got these big teeth and claws but I'd rather just sneak up on you when the movie needs suspense.


    Ready Player One 

    Real Steel 
  • During the scene where Atom stares into the mirror:
    Jeremy: Robot existentialism. *ding*

    The Revenant 
  • "Sushi." *ding*
  • When Glass carves up a horse and sleeps in it:
    • When Glass crawls out of the horse carcass:
      Jeremy: Actual footage of Leonardo DiCaprio's birth.
  • The video has a Bonus Round for low-angle shots of trees, adding another 19 sins to the tally. The funnier part is the porno music they set it to.


    Robin Hood: Prince Of Thieves 

  • In the What's The Damage video of this film, "Three Jars of Mush" (Baby Food) is worth "$0.00".
  • Jeremy points out the huge violation of safe firearm handling, wondering why Omni-Consumer Products would allow the Ed-209 police bot, to be demonstrated with real bullets.
  • This:
    Alex Murphy: "Dead or alive, you are coming with me."
    Jeremy: It's too bad this guy doesn't have his dick out so that he can escape the situation.

    The Rock 
  • Jeremy gets tired of the car chase cliches awfully fast.
    Jeremy: Slow old lady crossing the street clic- you know what, f*ck you, movie. *ding*

    The Room 
  • The father (Written by Tommy Wiseau), The son (Produced by Tommy Wiseau) and the holy ghost (Directed by Tommy Wiseau).
  • "You are tearing me apart, Lisa!"
    Jeremy: There's nothing wrong with this scene, this is gold. (no ding)
  • "Tommy Wiseau reads lines HE WROTE like he doesn't understand them." (plays a clip of Tommy Wiseau delivering his lines poorly)
  • "Navel f*cking."
  • "Lisa grows a vagina in her hip."
  • Repeatedly "Lisa has a vagina on/in her [insert some place on body]" (see entry above). Culminating in that when the verdict for the movie is given, it is "Lisa's Vagina".
  • Concerning Denny.
    Denny: ...Can I kiss you? (talking to Lisa)
    Jeremy: Holy sh*t, Denny is a creepy bastard. (ding)
    Denny: I was just kidding! I love you and Johnny!
    Jeremy: HOLY SH*T, Denny is a creepy bastard! (ding)
  • This line between Denny and Lisa's mom
    Denny: I also need a cup of flour and a half-a-stick of butter.
    Lisa's Mom: Doesn't your home have a kitchen?
    Jeremy: Don't your breasts have cancer?
  • This gold:
    A guy we haven't seen before in the film enters the scene.
    Jeremy: Who the f*ck is this guy? (ding)
    Michelle: You have got to be honest with Johnny.
    Same guy from previous sin: I agree with that.
    Jeremy: Who THE F*CK is this guy?!
  • When Johnny kills himself: "This should have been done before the script was written".
  • The movie prompted 3 Bonus Rounds during the sins video: All the "Oh, Hi"'s, every-time Lisa stated "She's in love with Mark, not Johnny" and every time the characters tossed a football. Before the sentence was revealed, another one for Johnny laughing appeared. And the sentence was "A black hole caused by a parallel universe (Lisa's vagina)".
  • The very fact that the movie reached 1 billion sins (the first to do so).

    The Running Man 
  • As Amber and her coworker Amy are standing in the hall, they spot the believed-to-be-dangerous Ben Richards walking by with several police guards.
    Amy: Lucky he didn't kill you too.
    Amy: Or kill you and rape you.
    Amy: Or rape you and kill you.
    • It's the actress' off-putting delivery that sells it. Throughout the whole thing she seems to grow increasingly interested in the idea of her coworker, or anyone else for that matter, being a part of this rape/murder fantasy.
    Jeremy: This woman seems to find rape appealing.

    San Andreas 
  • Jeremy calls out a guy for thinking holding The Rock at gunpoint is a good idea.
  • "Objects in mirror may be more divorced than they appear."
  • In response to an establishing shot of a skyscraper.
    Jeremy: Trump. (ding)
  • Jeremy makes a Running Gag out of denouncing that The Rock's character (a Los Angeles rescue operator that was ordered to go to Nevada to help with the damages of an earlier earthquake but decides to go help his family instead when the disaster becomes worse) is pretty much a horrible character for his Protagonist-Centered Morality.
    • In fact, he also notes this later on with this exchange:
    Emma: Everything okay?
    Jeremy: Just thinking about all those dying Los Angeles citizens I abandoned — with city property — to come save your ass. I really made a moral misstep!! (ding)
  • Jeremy continuously criticizing how electricity, mobile phones and WiFi are still working perfectly during and after huge earthquakes.
  • "Look at the heels! Claire Dearing can't hold a candle to Emma Gaines."
  • "Die, humans... DIE, ha ha ha ha ha."
  • "This movie should have been called "It's so Goddamn Lucky Any of Our Main Characters Survive This Biblical Sh*t.""

    The Santa Clause 
  • At the Walt Disney Pictures logo:
    Jeremy: Ah, remember when Disney didn't try to blow themselves during each opening logo? Nowadays, they'd put the castle in the North Pole with hot rods and calenders of women in bikinis to appeal to Tim Allen's demographic.
  • At the opening credits sequence:
    Jeremy: Just in case the TITLE OF THE FILM didn't give it away, movie hits the audience over the head with Christmas so hard, we're all gonna need eggnog ice packs.
  • "Just three years prior, Judge Reinhold would have probably been the lead in this film. Now he's playing second fiddle to the f*cking guy from Home Improvement. And THAT is the inspiration juice behind this sarcastic wave."
  • This bit:
    Scott: Ah, yes, Christmas at the pound!
    Jeremy: Remember how charming Tim Allen was back in the day? Aside from Buzz Lightyear, this was literally every f*cking character he played: a crass dickhead who said what he wanted and thinks he's super funny and eventually turns out to have a heart.
  • "I really want to say that Liar Liar was a ripoff of this movie, but Liar Liar is a much better film than this. So I choose to believe that Liar Liar was in development for many years and this movie ripped it off."
  • Jeremy points out a Denny's product placement and then hopes that they didn't cater the set:
    Jeremy: Moons Over My Hammy is literally the gift that keeps on giving.
  • After Scott kills Santa Claus, Jeremy is disappointed to find out that the movie doesn't become a horror film instead.
  • This:
    Charlie: You got him!
    Jeremy: Man, Charlie is showing some disturbing bloodlust at such an early age!
  • At a fart joke:
    Jeremy: Twas the night before Christmas, and the Man Standing Last/Was convinced to play Santa by a rogue reindeer's gas.
    • Jeremy later adds 15 sins as a penalty for a second fart joke.
  • "What the f*ck is up with these effects?! You might say, "hey, it's 1994" but I'll retaliate by saying that Jurassic Park and T2 both came out earlier than this movie so f*ck off."
  • Jeremy notices a "save the rainforest" poster, leading to:
    Jeremy: Hey, remember all the "save the rainforest" thing in the 90's? Do we still have a rainforest? Did Ferngully and Medicine Man make it all good?
  • The Running Gag about Scott never delivering all of the Christmas presents on his first night as Santa, with the list of countries skipped over getting longer and longer each time.
  • This:
    Scott: Ho ho ho!
  • Jeremy questions what would happen if a woman or a child killed Santa, then realises that he's "spending more time thinking about this movie than anybody working on it, who were probably busy handling their giant cocaine piles".
  • When Scott puts on a toolbelt:
  • Jeremy almost removes a sin for Mary Gross's performance as the schoolteacher, but then he claims "I don't want to be the guy that removed a sin off F*CKING SANTA CLAUSE."
  • "Was this look ultra-popular in 1994, or is it pure coincidence that Wendy Crewman is dressed exactly like Uma Thurman in Pulp Fiction?" Made even funnier by the video showing a clip of Mia Wallace snorting cocaine side-by-side with the movie.
  • He's making his boss pissed, he's checking his price, he's gonna find out who's the fraudulent type, Santa Scott, he sucks with this croooooooooooowd!
  • This:
    Mr. Whittle: You look like the Pilsbury Doughboy!
  • "This scene could best be described by "peak 90's jeans"."
  • Hey, you know what I love with my Christmas movies?! Child custody drama! That's why I always play my copy of Kramer Vs. Kramer every December!
  • This bit:
    Neal: Charlie! HE! IS NOT! SANTA!
  • During a montage of Scott delivering toys to houses:
  • This:
    Laura: I want you to come and see Charlie as often as you can. *burns court papers*
    Jeremy: Because THAT'S how the legal system works.
  • The sentence? "Santa Clause 4: Krampus VS. Belsnickle".
  • One of the outtakes plays Statler and Waldorf over a shot of a Punch and Judy show.

    School of Rock 


  • The Running Gag about the constant rain throughout the movie.
  • Jeremy somehow manages to compare John Doe's "We see a sin on every street corner" rant to the Fast and the Furious movies.

    Shaft (2000) 

    The Shallows 

    The Shape of Water 
  • During the opening narration, we get:
    Giles: And the monster who tried destroying it all.
    Jeremy: Let me guess, the monster is Michael Shannon, because his name showed up when you said that.
  • When Michael Shannon first shows up:
    Jeremy: Gah! Sudden General Zod!
  • When Richard Strickland zips/unzips his pants in the urinal while Elisa and Zelda observe:
  • This exchange:
    Zelda: Elisa! What were you doing in there?!
    Jeremy: Maybe this is sign language for "Oh, you know, just casually interacting with an incredibly valuable, violent and otherwise unguarded fish god. How are you?"
  • Jeremy is completely dumbfounded at the idea of using a South American fish man to win the Space Race against the USSR.
  • When Strickland is hitting on Elisa:
    Strickland: I don't mind that you can't speak, either. It kind of gets me going.
    Jeremy: James Toback.
  • When Zelda asks Elisa about the Fish-Man's anatomy:
    Zelda: Does he have a...?
    Jeremy: Meanwhile...speaking of Free Willy...
  • This bit:
    Dimitri: We don't need to learn. We need Americans not to learn.
    Jeremy: Betsy DeVos.
  • Jeremy comes up with a conspiracy theory that, ever since Gone With The Wind, Hollywood has been trying to get a amphibian-human romance on screen and have it win Best Picture. This movie is the result.
    • He also notes that the sex scenes are exactly the same as Color of Night.
  • During Elisa's fantasy of dancing with the Fish-Man:
    Jeremy: Back in the 60s, Broadway was not ready for "Big Dick Fish Man" and it closed after one performance. Those Philistines.
  • Jeremy notes that the police do nothing upon seeing a violent murder "just like in the real Baltimore!"

  • The various reactions to the Les Yay.
    Jeremy: Please god say yes.
    • For the final scene where Cristal requests a kiss from Nomi, Jeremy is baffled that it actually happened, so he deducts a sin.
  • During some of the more explicit scenes, they have to resort to putting a picture of the Easter Bunny over the frame so they can even talk about it. They even lampshade this later.
    Nomi: I didn't f*ck anybody...
    Jeremy: Um... our Easter Bunny disagrees. *ding*


    Sin City 
  • The narrator takes off several sins for Carla Gugino strutting around naked, then sins the movie for trying to distract him.
  • This part.
    Roark, Jr. (planning to kill Nancy): Here it's gonna hurt...
    Jeremy: DO IT ALREADY!
  • The opening of That Yellow Bastard.
    Hartigan: Just one hour to go. I'm on the last day of the job.
    Jeremy: Someone recorded Bruce Willis saying this in his dressing room and it made the final cut.
  • When Marv saws off Kevin's arms and legs.
    Man, Elijah Wood took the method acting way too far to become Frodo.
  • "Shot and Cut by Robert Rodriguez."
    Somewhere there's a murder victim who could claim the same thing, probably from some other Robert Rodriguez.


  • Even the video description rips on the movie:
    Video Description You know how sometimes you see a movie that is so bad you think there could never be a worse movie? Well you're wrong, because Skyscraper exists, and it's the worst worse movie I ever worsed.
  • When a hostage turns around to reveal he's holding a kid:
    Jeremy: How the f*ck did no one see this kid before this guy turned around like that? Was he tiny and grew really quickly? Is he part sea monkey? IS HE PART SEA MONKEY?!
  • This:
    Kidnapper: Do you really want it to end like this?!
    Jeremy: I do!
  • Jeremy immediately calls out the titular skyscraper's design, referring to it as "a snake eating a tennis ball."
  • Jeremy nearly loses it over the "30-story park" in the movie several times throughout the video.
  • "This may be the dumbest thing I've watched all year and I saw a f*cking garden gnome movie!"
  • This bit:
    Sawyer: I haven't touched a gun in 10 years.
  • "F*cking Henry."
  • When Sawyer beats a goon with his prostethic leg:
  • Jeremy eventually gives up after Xia shoots one of her henchmen:
    Jeremy: Man, I don't even know anymore if this movie even wants to make sense and I'd like to leave now.
  • This:
    Sarah: Come on, keep up! Don't stop!
  • Jeremy notes that the henchmen have such bad aim, even the Stormtroopers would laugh at them.
  • Screwdrivers! Hammers! Vodka! TAPE!!
  • This bit:
    Sawyer: I need you to be brave for me. Can you do that?
  • Jeremy gets so sick of Sawyer surviving all of the impossible stunts, he decides to sin them all in a row. So sins 100 to 116 is "This works." *ding* "This works." *ding* "This works." *ding*
  • This:
    Zhao: What can we do now?
    Sawyer: Got any duct tape?
    Jeremy: Oh, you!
  • This bit:
    Policeman: GO! GO! GO!
    Jeremy: Go. Go. Go.
  • Jeremy is so pissed off at the climax of the film, he ends up giving a sin for "every floor of this motherf*cking building" and adds 225 sins.
  • At the end of the movie:
    Jeremy: I'd remove all the sins if one of the EM Ts turned out to be Vin Diesel. OK, I wouldn't do that. But it'll still be better than anything else in this movie!

     Slumdog Millonaire 
  • Jeremy sins the unique opening title card twice, once for reading and a second time for "INQUIZATIVE reading".
  • "Man, this movie Dutch Angles so hard, it might as well be an Aerosmith video."
  • This bit:
    Gangster: What the hell would a slumdog know?
    Jeremy: Is it...yes, I am being told that this is close enough for a Roll Credits! Congratulations!
  • Jeremy's reaction to the scene where Jamal is thrown into a filthy outhouse:
    Jeremy: No. No. No. Please don't. Oh God. Hell no! No. No. NO! NOOOOOOOO!
    • He then gives the movie 40 sins for subjecting the audience to that.
  • "This movie is 40% running. They should have hired Tom Cruise to direct."
  • Jeremy's reaction to Maman:
    Jeremy: Has there EVER been a villian this obvious that they tried painting as a good guy?! Well, except for [[IT Pennywise}}.
  • When the other kids taunt Jamal in the shower:
    Jeremy: Coincidentally, "Chillies on his willy" was the name of my Ska/Trash/Steampunk band in college!
  • When Jamal makes his escape:
    Kids: Run, Jamal, run!
    Jeremy: Thank God! It'd been 15 minutes since the last running scene and you know how much I like my running!
  • Some of the most biting sarcasm from Jeremy yet over the bleak tone of the movie:
    Jeremy: Because this train montage HAS to end in tragedy. God forbid we don't feel joy for more than, like, 6 minutes.
  • Jeremy sins the Taj Mahal, then realises he sinned the Taj Mahal.
  • When a American tourist couple gives Jamal money, Jeremy is so baffled by the intention of the scene that he neither adds nor subtracts sins from it.
  • This bit:
    Mamal: You thought you could take my prize FROM ME?!
    Jeremy: This evil, child-abuse asshole is sadly correct. We would say he'd be excellent at CinemaSins but even we aren't evil, child-abusing assholes like this prick.
    • Later, Jeremy notes that Laitka would be excellent at Cinemasins and "we'd be glad to have her!"
  • Jeremy refers to a character throwing water at a TV set as:
  • This bit:
    Jamal: This is bizarrely probable.
  • Jeremy loses it that, after all of the other exposition, the movie never explained ''how'' Jamal got on the game show in the first place.
  • During the ending dance sequence:
    Jeremy: Jai-NO.


     The Snowman 

    Snow White and the Huntsman 
  • The narrator constantly making references to Kristen Stewart's affair with the director, sinning the points in the movie where it's obvious he was just trying to get her more screen time.
  • "Unnecessary orders."
  • "I have something for what ails you." "Haha, GROSS."
  • "Movie asks us to compare the beauty of Kristin Stewart to Charliza freakin' Theron!"
  • "Guacamole is not a suitable medical ointment."
  • "I'm all out of f*cks to give for that dwarf that danced with Snow white that one time."

  • The YouTube description gets in on the fun:
    Description: Even Satan himself is on record saying Spawn has too many sins.
  • The first sin of the video?
    Jeremy: AHH! Hell!
  • At a location title:
    Subtitle: Military Air Base: Hong Kong
    Jeremy: You know, it's on Main Street in Genericsville somewhere near the Unspecific Ocean.
  • During the unique opening credit sequence:
    Jeremy: The Fire Tornado Metal Opening Credits of Hate made me throw up three times but it's ALSO the new name of my band so...
  • Casual tarantula fun.
  • After The Violator makes a fart joke, Jeremy is so pissed that he adds more than 2500 sins.
  • This bit:
    The Violator: Just think of me as a guardian angel.
    Jeremy: OK, as long as we don't have to think of you as Luigi.
  • One of the funniest sins ever:
  • This bit:
    Jeremy: Movie subliminally advertises Jason Goes to Hell 4 years after it came out.
    • Much later, we get:
  • This:
    Satan: When you defeat Spawn, the virus will be released, allowing my armies to rule over the world!
    Jeremy: True or false: did you or did you not overly complicate this plan?!
  • When The Violator and Spawn have a fight scene:
    The Violator: I'm gonna cut you into 50 pieces! Then, I'm gonna mail each piece to every state!
  • This bit:
    Spawn: PUT DOWN MY DOG! NOW!
    Jeremy: Movie unintentionally inspires the John Wick series.
  • At The Violator doing pelvic thrusts:
    Jeremy: How the f*ck did John Leguzamo's career survive both this AND The Pest in 1997?
  • Jeremy adds 10,000 sins for the awful CGI.

    The Strangers 
  • At the beginning, we get this:
    Title Card: According to the FBI, there are an estimated 1.4 million violent crimes committed in America each year.
    Jeremy: And at least 37% of them are mask based, as you are about to see here.
  • "How do these assholes NOT know they're in a horror movie? Having sex in a secluded location with no security system?!"
  • The Running Gag about how the couple leaves the ice cream out to melt, to Jeremy's dismay.
  • "Movie answers the important question about whatever happened to The Unknown Comic."

    Super 8 

    Super Mario Bros. 
  • "WHAT THE F*CK GODDAMN PIECE OF SH*T FEVER DREAM OF A MOVIE AM I WATCHING?!?! *bang!* Sorry, I just shot my television. Can someone tell me now this thing ends?" *ding*
  • The Running Gag about how it's the most infamous Hollywood Box Office Bomb of summer 1993 and how it had next to no audience, culminating in a crack about "a stupid-ass end-credits scene with Iggy and Spike that absolutely no one saw in the pre-Marvel Studios era. Hell, I doubt even the ushers saw this because they were able to clean the auditorium so quickly."
  • The narrator constantly yelling about the movie's stupidity.
  • During the scene when Mario and Luigi get arrested:
    Mario: I'm getting arrested for being a plumber!
    Jeremy: That's plumbist. *ding*
  • When Koopa grabs a de-evolution (or "Devo" gun for short) gun from one of his Goomba minions to try to de-evolve Mario into a monkey, but due to Mario dodging out of the way, he ends up de-evolving Scapelli instead...
    Koopa: Give me that devo gun!
    Jeremy: Devo guns turn humans into apes, instead of making them "whip it".

    Titanic (1997) 
  • After Old Rose drops the Heart of the Ocean into the sea:
    Now this is a great way to end a story. But in real life? F*ck that old lady. If she doesn't want the money, surely her granddaughter could have used it. Or starving children in Africa. Or me. *ding*
  • "Even in death, this guy is a doorman." *ding*
  • The April Fools "What's The Damage" bonus. Lasts 22 seconds, the remaining ten and a half minutes is just filler.
  • On the infamous nude drawing scene:
    Scene contained nudity, but no lap dance.
  • The video featured a bonus round consisting of Jack and Rose say either their name or the other's name. The funny comes from the backing music: the music used in the underwater levels in Super Mario Bros.
  • When Jack and Fabrizio win their tickets:
    Fabrizio: I'm going to America.
    Jeremy: Discount Actual Italian Person. *ding* Also, I can only assume that somewhere in the deleted scenes is the rest of this clip, because he surely followed that up with "That's a spicy meat-a-ball-a". *ding*

    Tomb Raider (2018) 
  • Jeremy is annoyed that the treasure is buried in a mountain and wishes that it would be buried "in a more fun location- like a Texan brothel." He then suggests a crossover between this movie and Best Little Whorehouse of Texas.
  • This bit:
    Richard: I have to get there before anyone else does.
  • During a boxing scene:
    Jeremy: Million Dollar Baby 2: The Lara Croft-ening.
  • During a scene where Lara rides a bike, Jeremy wonders if they started the Premium Rush expanded universe.
  • Jeremy refers to Lara during the bike race as "Cheater, cheater, apple eater."
  • "A good alternate title for the movie would be "Tomb Raider: First World Problems."
  • During a shot of islanders, Jeremy gives them an alternate backstory:
    Jeremy: Hi. We're the island crew who stands here in the middle of the island in case someone washes ashore so we can conk them on the head. We just love to conk. We almost changed our name to the "Conking Crew" but Jerry here thought it was stupid. F*ck you, Jerry!

    The Transformers: The Movie 
  • This bit:
    Narrator: It is the year 2005. The treacherous Decepticons have conquered the Autobots' home planet-
    Jeremy: There's also this fellow named 50 Cent on the radio who can't stop talking about how many times he's been shot.
  • Jeremy's snarking about the title being "The Transformers: The Movie", culminating in:
    Jeremy: At one point, this movie's title was "The Transformers: The Movie: The Electric Boogaloo: The, Bart, The."
  • Jeremy's rising irritation at all-powerful Unicron's long-distance reliance on minions instead of just getting things done himself. Also, for being a blatant Death Star ripoff.
  • His reactions to the Dare to be Stupid scene.
  • The final sin, when Unicron's head floats in outer space:
    Jeremy (sounding like he's going to cry): like...when I found out that...the Iron Giant was still alive!

    Troll 2 
  • In honor of April Fools' Day, Jeremy spends the whole video knocking sins off of the tally. Until the nonsensical ending of the movie, which he finds so sinful he sins back the negative 10,000 sins he had withdrawn, ending the count at a nice and round zero. You'd be surprised that Jeremy even had it in him.
    • The movie still earns a "That's racist" sin for Elliot's line, "You trying to turn me into a homo?"
  • And then just to really drive it home, the sentence is "Trolled", with Rick Astley's "Never Gonna Give You Up" playing in background. Even better, the lines sung are "You know the rules, and so do I".

    TRON Legacy 
  • The first sin of the video:
    Flynn: The Grid.
    Jeremy: The Narration.
  • Followed by a Title Drop:
  • This:
    Flynn: There were disc battles and motorcycles made of light! It was amazing!
    Jeremy: Well, as amazing as 1982 could look anyway.
  • This bit:
    Newscaster: Flynn was best known for creating TRON, the world's greatest video game.
    Jeremy: This is a world where Cool Spot never existed.
  • Jeremy wondering if it's too soon to take sins off for the music.
    Jeremy: Is it too soon to take a sin off for the incredible Daft Punk score? Cause sweet damn, this is good stuff!
  • Jeremy calls out the movie for wasting Cillian Murphy.
  • "Sam is a disc to glass floors."
  • Upon seeing the older Flynn:
    Jeremy: The curious case of Benjamin Bridges.
  • This:
    Sam: What happened?
    Flynn: CLU happened.
  • Jeremy deducts a sin for the music, but adds a sin for the actual Daft Punk cameo:
    Jeremy: Ah, what a couple of punks.
  • "F*cking Jarvis."
  • This:
    Castor: But we're not here to relive the past!
  • When Sam tells Flynn about 2010, Jeremy calls out him not mentioning "Robert Patterson and Kristen Stewart's relationship, the beginning of One Direction or Lady Gaga's meat dress. Talk about the important stuff here, man!"
  • Jeremy's reaction to the question of what users are good for:
  • These 2 sins in succession:
    Flynn: TRON, what have you become?!
  • Followed with:
    Sam: It's over! It's all over!
  • One of the outtakes plays Magic Dance over Castor's dancing.



    Valentine's Day 
  • This moment:
    Kid: Valentine's Day was a massacre! A bunch of people got shot and then there was a curse placed on the Chicago Cubs.
  • "Ah, yes. Nothing quite shows today's young lust like playing a Foreigner song from 1984."
  • After the second obnoxious cheerleading scene in the movie:
    Jeremy: "Why is this movie over 2 hours long?", you may ask. Well, this scene says "f*ck you, that's why!".
  • Near the end:
  • "Ooh, look! This magical swing turns red wine into white wine!"
  • The "Valentine's Day" bonus round, where the clips of people saying "Valentine's Day" gets faster and faster until everyone sounds like chipmunks. It ends with George Lopez irritably saying "I know what day it is!"


    The Village 

  • The earthquake in the hospital:
    Nurse: I hate it when that happens.
    Jeremy: Not me, I love earthquakes, especially in hospitals. *ding*
  • During the scene where a worker gets burned badly by volcanic gas, albeit on only one side of his face, Jeremy compares this scene to "a supervillain origin story".
    • "Also, Tommy Lee Jones let someone else play Two-Face in this scene." *ding*
  • Jeremy thinks that Mike's Big Ol' Unibrow is uni.
  • Jeremy calls out Amy's lecture to Mike about geologic events and magma, when he asks what they both are:
    Amy: It takes a geologic event to heat a million gallons of water by six degrees in twelve hours.
    Mike: What is a geologic event?
    Jeremy: Amy uses the vague term "geologic event" so that Mike can ask what the hell it is, and we can get a lesson on plate tectonics and magma. *ding*
    Amy: Magma can find one of those fissures and rise up through it.
    Mike: What is magma?
    Jeremy: (incredulous) ARE YOU F*CKING SERIOUS?! *ding*
  • A sin about the noise level of a scene:
    Jeremy: Not one single person has a f*cking radio in all this mess. How do you coordinate a job like this by yelling, when there's all this hustle and bustle (the rest of this sentence is inaudible, but is captioned) and all these helicopters flying overhead? *ding*
  • Jeremy critiques part of the dialogue thusly:
    Kelly: Okay, rock beats scissors, and scissors beats paper.
    Tommy: I'm not paper, I'm lava. What beats that?
    Kelly: My dad.
    Jeremy: Normally, I'd just ding dialogue this bad and move on, but this is so exceptionally terrible that I think I'm gonna have to go the extra step of also saying WHAT THE F*CK IS WRONG WITH YOU, HOLLYWOOD?!?!?! *ding*

  • Jeremy wonders (apart from the portal being 200 feet high if only people the size of 8-10 feet are going to cross it) if Gul'dan needed anthropomorphic life, because he thinks perhaps breeding a few million orc mice for portal purposes would've been better…not that he condones mouse murder, but thinks it would've been easier. Or using plants, even.
  • This gem:
    Garona: ...For orcs, war solves everything!
    Jeremy: Even herpes?

    What Women Want 
  • The first sin of the video sets the tone:
    Jeremy: What the hell?!
  • Jeremy refers to Nick's upbringing as "something Oliver Twist would consider to be f*cked up."
  • When Nick spanks a girl who just left his bed:
  • At one point, Jeremy considers just letting the movie play without commentary to illustrate his points.
  • This bit:
    Darcy: What I learned was that any success I had was a direct result of the team of people that I work with.
    Jeremy: Regrettably, they did NOT teach me not to end my sentences with a preposition.
  • This bit:
    Darcy: I came up with the slogan "come see the softer side of Sears"!
    Jeremy: HAHAHAHAHAHA! Sears!] Ahahahahahahaha!
    • Later on, Jeremy also sins eBay for the same reason.
  • "This smug motherf*cker owns FIVE umbrellas!"
  • "A MAN WAXING HIS BODY HAIR?! How hilarious and original and original and hilarious and original and hilarious."
  • When Nick electrocutes himself in his bathtub:
    Jeremy: Unfortunately, Nick survives this.
    • Later on, when Nick gets struck by lightning:
    Jeremy: Unfortunately, Nick ALSO survives this.
  • Jeremy calls out the idea of people having insults in their head on the fly, citing George Costanza's Jerk Store line as evidence of the contrary.
  • The last sin of the movie has Jeremy throw up over Nick and Darcy getting together.
  • One of the outtakes:
    Nick: What do they want?!

    Who Framed Roger Rabbit 
  • Jeremy calls out the depiction of the oven in the opening cartoon.
    Jeremy: Irresponsible oven company sells a product with a setting of 'Volcano Heat'.
    • Moments later...
    Jeremy: This oven has a setting that, when reached, shoots the cooked food out into the kitchen like a missile. That's handy!
  • The "That's racist" line is uttered thrice, and all in response to Eddie Valiant's dismissive attitude about Toons. First, is in response to Valiant muttering "Toons" in response to Roger's failed attempts at producing stars for his cartoon.
    • Second, is when Valiant tells the gorilla bouncer at the Ink and Paint Club, "Nice monkey suit."
    • Third, is when the gorilla throws Valiant out and Valiant yells at him, "Ooga-booga!", which Jeremy says is "way racist."
  • When Mr. Maroon's secretary informs him that Mr. Valiant is here to see him...
    Jeremy: Mr. Maroon? Mr. Valiant? Soon to be joined, no doubt, by Mr. Brave, who killed Mr. Innocent in the Kitchen with Mr. Noble's wrench!
  • When Maroon tells Valiant that Toons like Dumbo work for peanuts and feeds the flying elephant some actual peanuts, there's this:
    Jeremy: Is this a 'wah-wah', or a 'WTF?', or an 'Oh my god I forgot my medication!'?!
  • When Betty Boop explains that work was slow since cartoons all went to color, Jeremy is amazed:
    Jeremy: "Mickey Mouse started out in black and white, too, didn't he? And he's color now... is that because of an operation? Why did Betty Boop get left out of the colorization?" *ding* "Also, this makes me wonder if there are multiple differently-drawn Bugs Bunny and Mickey Mouse characters running around in Toontown. Do they have stolen identity conflicts?" *ding*
  • And when Jessica Rabbit comes onstage for her performance, we get this Sin.
    Also, movie says it's OK to be attracted to cartoons and I am OK with that, I am NOT OK with that. Also, unrelated... I'm wondering if humans can have sex with toons? And what would that be like? Are your genitals covered in paint afterwards?
  • During the expositional pan across Valiant's desk, covered in newspaper clippings he had cut himself, Jeremy focuses on one newspaper in particular whose headline reads that Goofy has been cleared of spy charges: "GOOFY, of all people?!?!"
  • When the weasels are heard laughing, Jeremy remarks, "Annnd now we know where The Lion King got its hyenas."
  • In response to Jessica's famous line, "I'm not bad, I'm just drawn that way," there's this:
    "Apparently you weren't drawn at all — you just came to life and put thousands of animators out of work."
  • Sentence: Cool World.

    The VVitch 
  • Jeremy's inability to actually hear/understand what the characters are saying becomes a Running Gag.
  • In one of the outtakes, the scene of Thomasin's family travelling in their cart is cut short by the "you have died of dysentery" game over screen from Oregon Trail.

    The Wicker Man 

    The Wizard of Oz 

  • Jeremy's growing realization and horror that CinemaSins is actually Xander Cage as Cage repeatedly nitpicks and lampshades his situation.


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