Top 10 Movies the Nostalgia Critic Should ReviewThis list is a personal recommendation to Doug Walker.
Only a useless hoarding hag of a grandmother would be gullible enough to buy this crap for their grandkids on DVD.
All copies of this worthless movie should be trampled by a wildebeest stampede.
Everyone watch the 60s/70s version to understand the Jack-In-A-Box.
No pop culture, no farting moose.
This "movie" looks like it was made by third-world monkeys.
This movie is not only bad, it's embarrassingly bad. The animation is half-assed, the story's dumb, the songs are mediocre. It's a waste of talent, too. James Woods and Nancy Kerrigan are wasted, while poor old Eli Wallach does his very best to try in vain to draw you into the story with his narration.
If JelloApocalypse really thinks that all of Rankin/Bass' Easter specials are bad, wait till you see the look on his face once he stumbles upon this atrocity!
This should also be higher than Elf Bowling!
No wonder The Great Movie Ride at Disney World closed down! One of its scenes depicted this horribly dated movie.
This movie's depiction of Native Americans is far worse than what Peter Pan has.
This should be higher than Elf Bowling because he already just reviewed Elf Bowling!
This movie is so pretentious and blatantly allegorical that it slows the movie down.
Only Kang-ho Song saves the movie.
I still have a hard time believing that people such as Hugh Jackman, Kate Winslet, Emma Stone, Chris Pratt, and Gerard Butler were dragged into this hot mess of a movie.
And speaking of terrible movies that poor Emma Stone had the misfortune of being dragged into, Critic should also tear apart Marmaduke one day!
Still better than InAPPropriate Comedy, because at least this movie has a much more talented/bearable cast.
Even Spongebob Seasons 6-8 did Tom Kenny's career more justice than this movie did!
Elf Bowling? More like Elf Trolling, or even more fittingly yet, Elf Blowing.
Makes Shark Tale look like The Prince of Egypt.
Makes Shrek the Third look like How to Train Your Dragon 2.
Makes Cars 2 look like WALL•E.
Makes Home on the Range look like The Hunchback of Notre Dame.
Makes Chicken Little look like Zootopia.
Makes The Pebble and the Penguin look like The Land Before Time.
And it even makes A Troll in Central Park look like The Secret of NIMH!
He already reviewed this movie!
I would have much rather taken my kids to see The Hunger Games in theaters than this movie back in 2012.
I personally feel sorry for everyone who actually saw this in theaters.
This makes Dora the Explorer look like Game of Thrones.
Those things are still not as ugly or disgusting as Momo.
This movie is so bad that it will even give you nightmares for life in certain parts!
It would be fantastic if Doug Walker reviewed a parody film for a change.
A movie that sucks so badly that Kim Kardashian is apparently in it!
The worst parody that they have is Alvin and the Chipmunks.
A totally confused movie. Featuring robots glitching and getting mutilated. A FAMILY picture!
This movie as well as The Brave Little Toaster to the Rescue both turned The Brave Little Toaster into a joke.
A movie as utterly strange as it sounds.
I know he used to like this film, but it should be reviewed, just so it points out the problems they didn't learn from in the god-awful abomination that is the sequel.
This movie's most fatal mistake is that it tried to make Kevin the main character again, especially since it was so obvious that they couldn't get his original actor back.
YES! Someone else who cherishes The Rescuers Down Under and deplores the Home Alone sequels and The Secret of Nimh 2: Rimmy to the Rescue!
The people behind this movie should be deported to North Korea.
Nostalgia Chick did this one already.
This movie appears to be a screwball comedy, and it looks as if it could go in that direction. But it has a much nastier tone than that. Tom Cruise doesn't come of age, he comes of pimp thanks to a hooker who nicks his stuff! What would be funny, is if he didn't get away with all he's done.
On the plus side, Bronson Pinchot is in this movie!
What else can I say, but... Pie?