Watership Down. Now this is one of those, I... I don't really get why people want me to review it. I saw it when I was younger and I thought it was good. I thought that for a book this grim and this dark I thought the movie captured it relatively well! The animation is good, I love the voice acting, John Hurt is in it, you know, anything he touches I think is gold. So... I don't know why so many people want me to review it. Because it's really dark? Is it because it's marketed as a kids' film and yet rabbits getting drowned in dirt and blood everywhere and stuff like that? I mean it's... I guess that could be a little funny... okay, that doesn't sound funny. But, you know, maybe the idea that this is supposed to be this very fluffy, innocent film, I mean there's two cute little rabbits on the front, and that there's just constant death and constant killing all throughout. So, I don't know. I don't think it's enough to hold up for a review. You know, like I said, I think it's good, I think it's a decent movie. I don't know exactly why so many people want me to review it, but it is one of those requests I keep getting over and over. So, I'm definitely not doing it, I like the movie, next one!
A Goofy Movie.
Spider-Man: The Animated Series.
Attack of the Killer Tomatoes/Killer Klowns from Outer Space.
Care Bears Nutcracker Suite.
Cats Don't Dance.
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles III.
The Brave Little Toaster.
Anything Sonic related.
Star Wars Episode I: the Phantom Menace
Doug would later go on to review the Care Bears Nutcracker Suite in 2014 and he reviewed A Goofy Movie and The Brave Little Toaster as a part of Disneycember, but as himself instead of the Nostalgia Critic.