CinemaSins Shows You Why the Blockbuster Movies You Love Suck

The CinemaSins YouTube channel came to my attention three weeks ago when they posted a hilarious take down of The Amazing Spiderman. The general idea is a witty, rapid-fire narration pointing out all the inconsistencies, lazy plot devices and general crappiness of a given movie. At the end each flick is invariably sentenced to eternal filmic damnation for its crimes. Fun, right?

The video above is their most recent effort, titled “Everything Wrong With Prometheus In 4 Minutes Or Less”. I’m surprised it only takes four minutes because that movie was an atrocious piece of shit, at once offensive to Alien enthusiasts and incomprehensible to neophytes. Truth be told, the Prometheus vid is the weakest offering the group has put out so far (Seriously, no one realized the two finger salute is the UK equivalent of the middle finger?) but it has its moments. If you enjoy this one, I definitely recommend checking out the videos for Spider Man, The Dark Knight Rises and (my personal fave) The Avengers. Who knew 2012’s best genre movies were so full of holes?

(Answer: everyone who watched them.)

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2 thoughts on “CinemaSins Shows You Why the Blockbuster Movies You Love Suck

  1. I’m not a fan either but then I’ve never been entirely on board with the Nolan/Bale series. I’m sorry, dude is four feet tall and does the most obvious and irritating Batman voice imaginable. And the combination of Bale’s frowny face and that weird furrowed brow mask turn the Dark Knight into an evil mime that is either cross-eyed or constipated.

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