Passion Post #5- Passion Movie- The Death Of Parody | Black Panther Thoughts
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According to his rules, he deems the correct pronunciation of any film title with an exclamation point at the end to be shouting the title. Does one accompanied by a drumroll in his Sucker Punch review when a mission to retrieve a knife is represented through another mission to disarm a bomb that is only related to the real mission because the bomb is given the silly codename "Kitchen Knife". He calls the sex scenes in Fifty Shades of Grey unerotic. Makes a visual note of scenes invoking this trope throughout the Twilight Saga.
Unsurprisingly, Jacob supplies most of them. This is his initial response to the final battle in Breaking Dawn Part 2 turning out to be the vision Alice shows Aro. Similarly, he refers to the infamous X-Men Origins: When reviewing The Hosthis "Soul" makes him punch himself in the groin after he tried to stop her.
I Need a Freaking Drink: He tends to pull out a flask when things get to be too much for him. And for his review of Ballistic: Sever Episode 43he replaces his usual sign-off with "I need a shot of whatever Banderas was drinking on set".
At the end of his review of Kiara the Brave, instead of his usual Signing-Off Catchphrasehe signs off the review by saying "I need a stiff drink In The Amityville Haunting, a son tries justifying filming his distraught mother who has just witnessed a mover fall down the stairs to his death by claiming he's making a documentary, which immediately pisses Smeghead off and makes him wish that whatever paranormal presence is haunting the house roughs the son up a bit.
I Was Just Joking: When he made the joke that Jamie was having sex with her own brother in That's My Boy. He is rightfully disgusted by this once he's proven right. His reaction to Carlisle's death in Breaking Dawn: Part 2, considering it didn't happen in the books. His reaction to his joking about Jamie having an affair with her brother actually being proven true in That's My Boy.
Jerkass Has a Point: Jesus in the Spider-Man 3 review. While he shows absolutely no sympathy for Eddie, he does tell him that angsting and killing Peter will not change the fact that Gwen was never interested in him in the first place. He also points out that there are plenty of other women on the planet for Eddie to date if he wishes. His anger-fueled reaction to a completely pointless and obnoxious recreation of the Budweiser "Whassup?
In his Norm of the North review, he points out that the characters pointing out the ridiculousness of the film doesn't make it any less ridiculous. Like Is, Like, a Comma: In-Universe ; in his Twilight: In this example, James Nguyen replicating iconic scenes and elements from the first movie makes it hard to tell which scenes are meant to be funny and which ones are unintentionally funny, killing the joke.
Occasionally, he would drop subtle references to heavy metal songs in his reviews and even referred to Krull as the "most metal movie" he's ever reviewed. Sean's dad is a Navy veteran.
In-Universe ; Smeghead uses "it's a dream, it's not supposed to make sense" throughout the Sucker Punch review to cope with the more nonsensical parts of the film. At one point, he has a Freudian Slip moment, accidentally says "lazy writing" instead of "a dream", and quickly corrects himself.
In his Breaking Dawn - Part 1 review, he tries to add excitement to a padding scene where Bella gets her wedding makeup applied by replacing all audio with the Indiana Jones theme. In Birdemicthe hilariously bewigged nature nut becomes "Wiggy McTreehugger".
Also there's "Toothy McJackass" from 3 Ninjas: High Noon at Mega Mountain, to which Smeghead said was his favorite character despite the name. Never Live It Down: No-one Could Survive That! When a character gets into a predicament that would certainly result in their death, Smeghead often says something along the lines of " Character dies, the end! Episode 97 is a quick overview of Sean's thoughts on Found Footage films in general.
The Fantastic Four Review: Invoked when he gives James Nguyen props for taking the high road and not doing this when Birdemic became infamous for being So Bad, It's Good. Unlike The Roomhe respects Nguyen more for sticking by his original vision of what the project was, and even when it became a laughingstock, he didn't try and pretend it was intended all along.
Notes how gratuitous and unapologetically blatant it is in Meet the Spartans to the point that he suggests it should be called Meet the Sellouts.
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He finds this to be the case when, after Bella uses a rock to draw just enough blood from her arm to distract a vampire in Eclipse, he says that she did something intelligent. Also in Meet the Spartans when he says that Seltzer and Friedberg made a somewhat intelligent joke by having a character named Councilman Traitorolampooning for having characters that are very obviously villains from the moment you see them. In The Amityville Haunting, he notes what is supposed to be the scene of a mover dead after falling down the stairs, although his head is nowhere near the puddle of ketchup-blood that apparently came from his head.
But neither can excuse this level of incompetence! All the actor had to do was place his head in the ketchup. Jacob has invited Charlie to come see his daughter, Bella, who has recently been turned into a vampire. Edward is, of course, outraged, and starts laying into Jacob, asking him if he even considered the physical pain being in Charlie's presence will put Bella through, since being in a human's presence will only increase her vampiric thirst - like having 'a red hot poker shoved down her throat', in Edward's words.
In any other setting with any other characters, we might just be on Bella and Edward's side.
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Oh oh, you glittery douche nozzle!!! The pain he's already been through? Did you ever think of that, you diseased heap of rat rectum??? This man has loved and cared for his daughter ever since she arrived in Forks; sure, he's not a perfect father - I don't think there is such a thing - but given the circumstances, I'd say he's done a damn good job.
Not once have I doubted that he truly loves Bella and would do anything for her.
And in exchange for his love, Bella has done nothing but treat him like absolute shit. Remember the time she up and left him with little warning in the first movie? Or the time she up and left him with no warning in the second?
And now, after the last few weeks of putting the poor bastard through hell, while he worried about his daughter's health and well being: And not just him; what about Bella's mother?
You think they may just be a bit broken up by her passing? They're apparently not the ones we should be concerned with. We should only be concerned with Bella. We should care about Bella's pain. Because that's pretty much been the theme for this entire saga, hasn't it?
It's all about what Bella wants, it's all about what Bella thinks, Bella Bella Bella Bella can kiss my hairy white ass!!! After four movies unchange of this self-absorbed twat-waffleconstantly looking out for herself and ''screw'' anyone elsewhining and bitching and moaning until she gets her way - and she always gets her way, because oh, god forbid the heroine should ever not get exactly what she wants without consequence, no, can't have that - after all of this, you, sir, have the balls, the BALLS, to suggest we should consider Bella's pain?
Let me show you something. Take a look at this. Shows empty hands What you see, right here, in my hands, is all the fucks I give about 'Bella's pain'! After everything she's done in this series, maybe that bitch could use a hot branding iron down the throat; I'll shove it down there myself if you let me!
I think I almost burst a blood vessel.
These two movies will always have their place in the movie world. The Jason Friedberg and Aaron Seltzer unholy tetralogy and now pentalogy however, are the real deal. Christ are they horrible. The rest of the film consisted of fat jokes and celebrity pandering that was irrelevant at best. Next was Epic Movie, which was essentially a weaker Date Movie. After Meet the Spartans, the names Friedberg and Seltzer struck fear in the hearts of every critic, film buff and average movie goer. And for all intents and purposes the two jesters were done with making movies.
Passion Post #5- Passion Movie- The Death Of Parody
Either that or people grabbed them by the necks, shook the celebrity gossip jokes and nut kick jokes out of them and forced them to actually try.
Then not to long after Disaster Movie left theaters, a little project called Twilight emerged and it became the new thing everyone including me loved to hate.
Its disregard for vampire lore, profoundly melodramatic storyline and borderline psychotic fanbase made it pretty easy to loathe.
I watched online yup it leaked online, so if your curious you can watch it now. You see, youtube videos are minutes long, give you a good laugh and by the time the joke gets old, it ends.
Sure it may be a slight improvement from their other films slight improvement but it still has all their basic styles of humor: