Everything that's wrong with your favorite movies.
In 2010, they made an A-Team movie. Most of us have forgotten about it -- or tried to. Today, we all remember, whether we want to or not, as we recount all the sins we found. There were many.
Two new t-shirts for the apparel-inclined among you. A new limited-edition sin shirt, commemorating the "Uhhh... no" sin from our 2012 video. And a new permanent shirt: "______ Ex Machina." Get 'em while they're hot! http://districtlines.com/cinemasins Don't worry, if the Ex Machina shirt sells out, we'll order more!
We didn't see Divergent when it was in theaters, but the critical and audience reception was... mixed, to put it mildly. We found it to be pretty terrible, actually, regardless of its sin count.
We've traded formats with Screen Junkies for the day. So they're doing the Everything Wrong With video, and we did the Honest Trailer. The target: The Amazing Spider-Man 2.
Many of you have been requesting this for a long time. Is it a fun movie? Yeah, for most. Is it full of sins? Hell yeah it is!
With a name like "Sin City," it was only a matter of time before we went looking for sins, especially with the sequel coming out soon. So here you go... everything we found wrong in Sin City. Next week: British sins and Bay sins. 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
Back in late June, Roger Corman -- Hollywood legend and movie-producing god -- challenged us to sin one of his infamous movies. Today, we accept that challenge.
Hey, you know what people love? Sequels to movies they didn't really love. Which is why we end up with Expendables 3 in theaters soon, and why we decided to go looking for sins in The Expendables 2.
With Into The Storm coming out soon, we figured it was time to go back to one of the most popular weather-action movies of all time, Twister.
Every few years, Hollywood puts out a movie designed to remind us of one thing: Dance fixes everything.