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The WORST Movies Nostalgia Critic's Reviewed

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Doug (vo): Number seven...''Baby Geniuses''. How could the motherfucking director of ''A Christmas Story'' have made this ass?
 
Doug (vo): Number seven...''Baby Geniuses''. How could the motherfucking director of ''A Christmas Story'' have made this ass?
   
Doug: Even ''[[Baby Geniuses 2]]'', I can understand a little bit more 'cause there was SOME creativity. So-It was terrible, but there was a little something to it, a little imagination, this was, again, it's almost like they just discovered CG technology so they really think we're gonna be fooled by this, even children are gonna be fooled by this. And just this idea that they can just throw this crap at us a-and poop jokes and diaper jokes and-and wide-angle lens where (leans towards the camera) people are up to it like this (pulls back) I mean are not avant-garde. Danny DeVito did that a lot by the way. I'm sorry. I'm getting sidetracked. Um, as a director is what I mean. But wide-angle lens are great. I totally, you know, exploit the wide-angle lens. I'm using a wide-angle lens right now. Uh, and I love it and it's, it can create so much. But when you're just - (leans towards the camera) when you're this close and the person's talking, you know, and it's like this the whole time. (pulls back) And there's just no point! Why? Why? Why? You know, it doesn't make us uncomfortable, it's not avant-garde, it's just silly, stupid, and dated! Everybody was doing it in like in the 90's and the early 2000's. Eh, mostly 90's, not really the early 2000's. Uh, early 2000's was the tilted angle which I also very much exploit but (chuckles) I...(grunts) I try to get some variation, but it's not about me, it's about ''Baby Geniuses''. Fuck ''Baby Geniuses''! I...what bothers me about this movie is not only how STUPID the premise is, you know, that these babies can talk and everything, or if you're gonna do it, make it kind of smart. You know, but it's just poop jokes and pee jokes. That's really about it. Um, it's the fact that film obviously looks very rushed. It probably was. Um, and they're-they're using editing effects that I use. You know, I don't have much - I don't have the budget that ''Baby Geniuses'' has, okay? And they're - I'm recognizing these editing effects, I'm like "Dude, I do that for like my crummy reviews.", you know, and how...how it...why is it you guys get to get away with that? It's like I can notice it, I...no. Um, and, you know, the editing effects of the babies talking, when obviously, they couldn't afford to put the mouth-talking, so they...or they couldn't afford to actually spend the time to have the babies learn their lines, which...understandable. They're babies. That's the other huge problem. They're fucking babies! I don't want to see children put to that much work in this, I mean, it's like I feel dirty watching it! I don't know what they did to them or maybe they were fine to them, but it's like - it's fucking babies! You can't create a character in a baby that's, like, supposed to be an adult unless you really take the time to make them talk or act. You ever seen ''Babe: Pig in the City''? That was fucking ...I believe those animals were talking! It was unbelievable! I felt for that fucking ape when the clown was taken away and he's by the window and he's just hanging like "Good God, what happened?". That was...and that's fucking animals! These are human beings! And somehow, they pulled that off! So...I'm really getting sidetracked on this one. Uh, the big thing I was saying before is that not only is it really lame and really stupid and technically, it's not well put together, uh, and the camera effects are really weird, it's like they're trying to scare us half the time. Why? I don't know. It's in scenes where it's not even supposed to be scary. Um, but it's so boring. It's ungodly boring. This is like one of the movies where we just...my brother and I, when we were watching it, we were just looking at our watch over and over and over. It's just...I think it's only like an hour and half long, it feels like five! It just feels like such a fucking long movie. And big hit at the box office. Made a sequel. Surprisingly better. I guess they learned some lessons. Um, still stupid. But...it was really tough, it was tough doing the review because I'm just like, "What the hell can I say about this?". But luckily, it's one of the few times where it's like, "Oh, I'm going to a con. Maybe I can work that in.". That really helped out. But it was a tough one, it was tough to sit through, it was tough to write for. It was a godawful, really...(growls in frustration) ''Baby Geniuses''!
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Doug: Even ''[[Baby Geniuses 2]]'', I can understand a little bit more 'cause there was SOME creativity. So-It was terrible, but there was a little something to it, a little imagination, this was, again, it's almost like they just discovered CG technology so they really think we're gonna be fooled by this, even children are gonna be fooled by this. And just this idea that they can just throw this crap at us a-and poop jokes and diaper jokes and-and wide-angle lens where (leans towards the camera) people are up to it like this (pulls back) I mean are not avant-garde. Danny DeVito did that a lot by the way. I'm sorry. I'm getting sidetracked. Um, as a director is what I mean. But wide-angle lens are great. I totally, you know, exploit the wide-angle lens. I'm using a wide-angle lens right now. Uh, and I love it and it's, it can create so much but when you're just - (leans towards the camera) when you're this close and the person's talking, you know, and it's like this the whole time. (pulls back) And there's just no point! Why? Why? Why? You know, it doesn't make us uncomfortable, it's not avant-garde, it's just silly, stupid, and dated! Everybody was doing it in like in the 90's and the early 2000's. Eh, mostly 90's, not really the early 2000's. Uh, early 2000's was the tilted angle which I also very much exploit but (chuckles) I...(grunts) I try to get some variation, but it's not about me, it's about ''Baby Geniuses''. Fuck ''Baby Geniuses''! I...what bothers me about this movie is not only how STUPID the premise is, you know, that these babies can talk and everything, or if you're gonna do it, make it kind of smart. You know, but it's just poop jokes and pee jokes. That's really about it. Um, it's the fact that film obviously looks very rushed. It probably was. Um, and they're-they're using editing effects that I use. You know, I don't have much - I don't have the budget that ''Baby Geniuses'' has, okay? And they're - I'm recognizing these editing effects, I'm like "Dude, I do that for like my crummy reviews.", you know, and how...how it...why is it you guys get to get away with that? It's like I can notice it, I...no. Um, and, you know, the editing effects of the babies talking when obviously they couldn't afford to put the mouth-talking so they...or they couldn't afford to actually spend the time to have the babies learn their lines which...understandable. They're babies. That's the other huge problem. They're fucking babies! I don't want to see children put to that much work in this, I mean it's like I feel dirty watching it! I don't know what they did to them or maybe they were fine to them but it's like - it's fucking babies! You can't create a character in a baby that's like supposed to be an adult unless you really take the time to make them talk or act. You ever seen ''Babe: Pig in the City''? That was fucking ...I believe those animals were talking! It was unbelievable! I fell for that fucking ape when the clown was taken away and he's by the window and he's just hanging like "Good God, what happened?". That was...and that's fucking animals! These are human beings! And somehow, they pulled that off! So...I'm really getting sidetracked on this one. Uh, the big thing I was saying before is that not only is it really lame and really stupid and technically it's not well put together, uh, and the camera effects are really weird, it's like they're trying to scare us half the time. Why I don't know. It's in scenes where it's not even supposed to be scary. Um, but it's so boring. It's ungodly boring. This is like one of the movies where we just...my brother and I when we were watching it, we were just looking at our watch over and over and over. It's just...I think it's only like an hour and half long, it feels like five! It just feels like such a fucking long movie. And big hit at the box office. Made a sequel. Surprisingly better. I guess they learned some lessons. Um, still stupid. But...it was really tough, it was tough doing the review because I'm just like "What the hell can I say about this?" but luckily it's one of the few times where it's like "Oh, I'm going to a con. Maybe I can work that in.". That really helped out. But it was a tough one, it was tough to sit through, it was tough to write for. It was a God awful, really...(growls in frustration) ''Baby Geniuses''!
   
 
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