Everything that's wrong with your favorite movies.
Once a month we release a limited edition t-shirt commemorating a fan-favorite sin. You can buy it here: http://districtlines.com/cinemasins Suggest a sin you'd like to see on a limited edition shirt in the comments below. We typically look through the popular suggestions on the previous month's video when choosing the new shirt.
Mostly we wanted to continue celebrating the release of the new Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles movie coming up, but we also thought we'd go ahead and knock out another one of those animated movies you guys don't think we do enough of. The result? Everything Wrong With TMNT, the 2007 animated ninja turtles film. It's pretty much as sinful as the live-action ones. Thursday: Sins to make you move your feet. Remember, no movie is without sin. Which movie's sins do YOU want to see recounted? Tweet us: http://twitter.com/cinemasins Tumble us: http://cinema-sins.tumblr.com Call us: 405-459-7466 Reddit with us: http://reddit.com/r/cinemasins
Sometimes people call our hotline in so much excitement, they end up losing their train of thought. We stitched together some of our favorite "outtake" calls so far. Once again: don't call the CinemaSins Hotline if you're not interested in having your call used. We have received a few decent actual movie-sin calls, but still tend to get mostly fans saying hello, rambling, telling us jokes, etc. And we love it. Our hotline callers are awesome. You are all welcome to call anytime. Tweet us: http://twitter.com/cinemasins Tumble us: http://cinema-sins.tumblr.com Call us: 405-459-7466 Reddit with us: http://reddit.com/r/cinemasins
As we look ahead to the Michael Bay-produced version of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, we thought it wise to look back at the original.
After Fantastic Four, the studio and all the stars somehow decided a sequel was a good idea. t's arguably even worse than the first one.
Here's a caller to our CinemaSins hotline with some very strong opinions about the movie, Stuart Little. I think we all know that movie has sins, but maybe we're just not all as worked up about it as this guy. Also, for the record: Calling the hotline gives us permission to use your call. So... if you don't want that... just don't call. Otherwise... carry on.
Before Spider-Man 3, Green Lantern, or most of the modern "bad" superhero films... there was Fantastic Four. And its badness still holds up well to this day.
Today we return to the Harry Potter franchise. In the fifth Potter film, we see continued Hogwarts ineptitude, some teenage hormones, a bad teacher, and magic somehow gets even more confusing.
After the massive success of the critically-acclaimed first Matrix film, you just knew they were going to make a couple quick sequels. And you just knew they were going to find a way to f*ck it up.
Eight years after the Assault on Precinct 13 remake, the director and star naturally got together for a sequel. But after a few script rewrites, they decided to just market it as a completely new standalone film, called The Purge.