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In honor of Halloween, which apparently occurs at some point in the near future, we thought we'd go back to one of the classic horror films, A Nightmare on Elm Street.
We're going the Hollywood route and releasing this video in two parts. You can give us a sin for that, but frankly, we had no choice.
Part 2, the exciting conclusion to our two-part Transformers: Age of Extinction sins video.
New channel, with Jess, a new host, using a new format to discuss the sins of brands and industries all over the world. Watch: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q7chsbXVWpw&list=PLNvfLRJAF7jI6ZrpCOB6BtKVCA6IYhsJk Subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/user/BrandSins Tweet: http://twitter.com/jeswhitton Yes, a sins video is coming out today as well. It's pretty huge.
We won't even beat around the bush with this one. Resident Evil: Apocalypse is a terrible movie.
Underworld: Evolution. A movie so boringly bad you probably forgot about it entirely. But we didn't.
Two kids with cancer fall in love; what could possibly go wrong?
Godzilla (2014) was a much better film than the last Godzilla we got (back in 1998), but it's still full of sins, beginning with its misleading title.
Let's go back to the 1980s today, shall we? To a time when a possessed doll dominated the horror landscape... kind of.
This month's limited edition CinemaSins t-shirt is a frequent request, and goes back to our very first video ever to commemorate a Bing-related sin: Dr. Curt Cockings. Shirts here: http://districtlines.com/cinemasins Let us know in the comments what sin you'd like to see on next month's limited shirt.
Many of you have been asking for this for a while, so... hope you're happy. Like most movies, even Fight Club has some sins. We thought we'd list them for you.
With a new Liam Neeson ass-kicking adventure headed to theaters, we thought it was time to take out Taken 2, dust it off, and see how many more sins it has than the first Taken. Answer: A few more.
Submarine movies are almost always good -- well, except for Down Periscope. And movies with Denzel Washington are also almost always good. So a submarine movie with Denzel Washington ought to be pretty awesome, right?
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.