In the midst of tearing apart Guardians of the Galaxy for its regular "Everything Wrong With" series, Cinema Sins discovers why none of the movies' obvious issues really mattered. He is Groot.
I avoided seeing Transformers: Age of Extinction in theaters or on Blu-ray specifically so my first taste of the film would be CinemaSins' "Everything Wrong With" take. I am not disappointed.
Toy Story is a great movie. But like any great movie about toys that magically come to life when people aren't around to see them, some things about it just don't stand up to scrutiny. Be warned: you're about to have your childhood ruined.
One of the most beloved first-person shooters ever to grace a Nintendo console was born of a movie that was not James Bond's finest outing. One would think the greatest secret agent in the world would take less time to kill Sean Bean, for one.
With Leonardo off on a character-building mission in another country, the remaining turtles are forced to get day jobs. Meanwhile, April O'Neil has made the jump from journalist to ninja archaeologist for hire. Cinema Sins has its hands full with this one.
There are a lot of things wrong with Snow White & The Huntsman — like how Kristen Stewart is imprisoned for years and then suddenly armors up and leads a battle — but the greatest sin is probably wasting an appearance by Nick Frost.
The only film in the X-Men saga I didn't see in theaters might not have been had I known about the heavy reliance of Jean Grey hallucinations. Let's see what else The Wolverine messed up, courtesy of Cinema Sins.
When the final movie in the first Spider-Man trilogy changed Peter Parker's motivational motto from "With great power comes great responsibility" to "shit happens" was the perfect moment to call for a do-over. Let's see what other Cinema Sins Spider-Man 3 committed.