Nostalgia Critic/Funny/2009 Episodes
- The beginning where he says "It's January ! You know what that means..." and then says
"No you don't cuz I just made it up!"
- The extreme close-up on what is eventually revealed to be Spike's tongue when the Critic mentions Rugrats' weird episode openers.
- The Great War of Australian Stereotypes. It is...it is so very much a visual.
- The decreasing power of "Adventure Ho!" as the show goes on.
- "A boot, about, a boot, about, a boot, about, GET IT RIGHT!"
- "What is it with these 90s shows and having all the lyrics be nothing but 'doo's, 'da's and 'na's?"
- The beginning:
Nostalgia Critic: Hello, I’m the Nostalgia Critic. I remember it so you don’t have to. Hey, kids! It’s Saturday night!
- NC explaining the premise of Roundhouse, where there's improv and you have to imagine certain situations.
Nostalgia Critic: Now imagine that I am changing the channel. Oh, wait. I don’t. (holds up remote) That’s why we have concrete matter. (deep, demonic voice) USE IT!!
- And when he makes fun of the Midnight Society from Are You Afraid of the Dark?, including this part:
Gary: But one thing draws us together.
- "SCREAMING IN EVERY OTHER SENTENCE IS NOT FUNNY! IT IS LOUD AND ANNOYING! AND ANYONE WHO DOES IT SHOULD BE SHOT..." (bang) "Unshot..." (bang) "And given a bag of money." (N.C. receives a bag of money to his surprise) "How about some lounge music?" (lounge music plays)
- Chester A. Bum's cameo.
- The entire "Grape Nose Boy" scene from the Good Burger review, which ends with the Critic describing the actually non-existent Eleventh Level Of Hell
And lo and behold, an obnoxious douchebag with unconvincing dreads will put grapes in his nose and constantly shout 'Bloobity bloobity bloobity bloobity', and it will be called the Eleventh Level of Hell. Dante then wet himself and cried in fear.
- The end:
Ed: Welcome to the Good Burger, home of the Good Burger, can I take your order?
- Abe Vigoda. "Will someone please give Abe some direction? He's the funniest thing in this movie, and I don't even think he's supposed to be in it!"
- Ed: Why don't you want a partnership? Is it cause I'm black?
Nostalgia Critic: AAGH! A FUNNY JOKE!
- His reaction to Ed's dream in the beginning. He finally has to yell for it to stop, because he needs a minute.
- The clips of Hitler with subtitles like "And don't forget the fries with that! God HELP you if you forget the fries with that!"
Fern Gully: The Last Rainforest
- The Nostalgia Critic singing Sweet Transvestite while the Nostalgia Chick randomly plays the accordion in the background during the review of Fern Gully is just hilarious.
Chick: Now you're pregnant.
- Especially funny if you're a Trekkie.
- Don't you ever try to bring logic into this movie again! This is FERN GULLY, BITCH!
- (after a scene with two very small-brained birds asking for a password:) "Welcome to hell?" (awkward smile) "Don't eat shrooms?" (awkward smile)
- "Isn't that right Jasmin - I mean Crysta. Maybe we should consult The Genie - I mean Batty. After all, that is why I'm Sultan - I mean king!...Which animated movie am I in again?"
- The following exchange:
- "Hooray! I'm back to normal! Except...(looks down pants) NOOOO!
- The montage of clips of the Chick and Critic fighting. There's a fucking pillow fight in it!
- Every time they snap back to the looks on the Critic and Chick's faces.
- "TOO SUBTLE!"
- The Critic and Chick imitating fighting cats after the cock contest.
A Kid in King Arthur's Court
- During The Nostalgia Critic's review of A Kid in King Arthur's Court, upon seeing someone who, despite pretending to have no ill intentions, is quite obviously going to be the villain introduced, the Critic says,"By the way, did I mention that I'm the villain in this movie? No, because I don't have to!"
- GO! BACK! TO THE LESBIANS!
- "What kind of sexual subtext could these two have?"
- GO! BACK! TO THE LESBIANS!
Arthur: So you should never swallow it?
- "'Ha! Did you see what I just did there? I made fun of your acting! Ha ha ha! Because I'm the one who's going to have a career after this movie! I was the villain in True Lies! When will you ever be in a James Cameron movie? Ah, ha ha ha!' Oh, God, I'm funny." Yeah, actually, you are.
- "My only hope is that I can knock out all memory of this movie by hitting myself on the head repeatedly with the complete works of Shakespeare."
- "I'm the Nostalgia Critic. I remember it so you don't Blue's Clues."
- "Don't mind me, I'm just a moving hunk of armour with a kid's face for a crotch!"
- Quiet, I think I hear my daughter pussing out.
- The running gag with the kid being scared of baseballs.
Critic As Calvin: Be careful, I think there might be a baseball in there! It'll kill your family!
- When he comments on how he can't hear the girl getting kidnapped.
- Critic mentioning that Calvin plays baseball so bad he deserves to be mocked by everyone. Even stating that the land hates him (referring to the earthquake that kicks off the plot).
The Good Son
- The entire review for The Good Son was a piece of genius, as the Critic did it entirely silently.
- The psychiatrist scene.
Psychiatrist: Please Henry, tell me everything.
- "I love how a friggin' CHILD PSYCHIATRIST can't tell that a kid talking like a damn robot is lying!"
- When Culkin offers Wood a cigarette, and a PSA showing the ninja turtles talking to a class is shown. When Wood takes the cigarette the turtles respond with shock.
- When the camera hangs on to the scene of Culkin offering Wood his own Michael Meyers mask, the Critic holds up a sign saying, "CUT???".
Adventures of Sonic the Hedgehog/Sonic Sat AM
- "This is torture! This is madness!!"
- The clip shown from A Clockwork Orange, making it so that Alex is being subjected to watching the show, especially since it sounds eerily like Alex is screaming "STOP IT, STOP IT, PLEASE I BEG YOU !"
- Regarding Robotnik in SatAM:
"But surely you can't take something as silly-looking as Robotnik and have him be the least bit intimida-- [SatAM Robotnik pops up]''JESUS!
- The moment Nostalgia Critic's mind finally snaps under the madness of Adventures of Sonic the Hedgehog:
Sonic: "Even you can learn something from a sloth!"
- It snaps further "What!? What!? Buh... Pumpkin!? What!? Pumpkin?! What!? I don't care what drug-induced land you're in, you cannot blow in your hand and come up with a pumpkin."
- "How did you even come to that conclusion?!
- "How can you blow into your hand and make a WOMAN? WHY would you even be chasing hedgehogs if you can blow into your hand and make a WOMAN?! It does not! Add! Up!"
- Regarding SatAM: Honest to goodness effort, unlike (argh!) That. OTHER. SHOW!!!
- His attempt at retiring "Of Course!" gag with Bison constantly interrupting him ending with his panel flattening the Critic.
- The Critic talking about how Scratch and Grounder's voices sound like ones you use when you make fun of somebody.
- Comparing the two shows to two class projects
Critic: It literally took nothing and turned it into something. Unlike...THAT OTHER FUCKING SHOW! They took nothing and turned it into even less than nothing! In fact, you know what it's like? It's like two students who turn in two separate projects for a class.
== Top 11 Nostalgic Mindfucks ==
- The Critic saying "Yes.", with two other Critics then leaning onscreen and also going "Yes."
- "Well, if it isn't Mr. Puppy! Hello, Mr. PuppyOH MY GOD, A GORILLA!!" GRRRAAAAAHHHHHHRRRRRR!!
- His little kid reactions to "Halloween is Grinch Night" and "Pink Elephants on Parade".
- "The best damn hallucination EVER!" *rocks out with Satan horns*
- "I'm already having problems with the 2D, I don't need THREE dimensions to tell me how fucked up this thing is!"
- When the Critic notes how strange it is that Mickey Mouse and Bugs Bunny are on-screen together:
Bugs: Ehh, so how's Pixar saving your ass this time, Mickey?
- PORCUPINES ARE GOD.
Nostalgia Critic: I'm a carrot. *Nostalgia Critic turns into carrot and does Evil Laugh*
- In a meta-CMOF, Doug revealed that shortly after shooting this, he came down with a high fever and hallucinated that the carrot was coming to kill him and Rob.
- At one point, the Critic ends up upside-down over a looping animation of a man slipping on a banana and a giant walking banana slipping on the man, looks around, and announces "Wait, this isn't right." So he fixes his tie.
Critic: None other than that swirling menace known as...Twister!!
- Also from The Twister review:
Rabbit: "Funnel's getting thicker! It's moving to-"
- What happens whenever Jonas appears.
Critic: Let's talk about disaster movies! *shows a picture of Tom and Jerry: The Movie* No, no, no...not that kind of disaster movie...
- His attempt to end the overlapping music scene by summoning the Burger King. Who gets scared by it and runs and hides.
- Look out, it's the Sears Tower! *Sears Tower crashes into the scene courtesy of clipart* The Titanic! *Titanic crashes into scene* OZZY OSBOURNE! *Ozzy Osbourne in the middle of the road*
What's all this I hear about a tornado the- AIEE! *is run over by tornado chasers*
- The ending where he attempts to comfort the Burger King, who has apparently been traumatized by the movie. Then offers to get him some McDonalds food.
Garbage Pail Kids
- When Greaser Greg pulls out a switchblade:
- "Well, you know what they say; If at first you don't succeed, try try try try try trytrytrytrytry [video speeds up] TRYTRYTRYTRYTRYTRYTRYTRYTRYTRYTRYTRY [back to normal speed] UNTIL YOUR FUCKING LITTLE MIND CAN'T TAKE IT ANY MORE!!!"
- The entire end of the Garbage Pail Kids review.
"My god. The movie has turned me into what it always was. A dirty piece of crap."
Older critic: A movie so bad it actually ages you as you watch it.
- The Critic's scenario of how Christopher Plummer was forced into playing the Duke.
Now if you'll excuse me, I'm off to get Abe Vigoda for Good Burger.
- His boggling over Edmund's line "I'm a fuwwy!" as well as to the Non Sequitur Scene later on.
- The arguing narrators bit.
Narrator #1: And so the little boy looked out from his window, and (then he-)
- His theory for the Plot Hole:
"You know, fuck it. I'm going to come up with my own theory. God got bored and wanted to fuck with the rooster, so he played yo-yo with the sun. There, now I'm happy."
- It's also referenced later:
God: God hears you Chanticleer! I didn't mean to put the rotation of the planets out of order, I was just fucking with ya!
- His thought concerning why there are also animals in the city while there are animals from the farm where the heroes came from.
"Well thank you Mr. Pig, this frying pan well really help us out when we're cooking up some baco-uuuuuuuuhhhh-on that note, how about them bears? The team, not the ones that own the hardware store down the street.
- This bit also:
Goldie: What's he (Chanticleer) got that I ain't got?
- I'm talk-ing, I'm talk-ing, I'm drin-king my coff-ee and then I'm going to SLEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEP!
- "Aha! I'm going to waste all of their (phone) minutes! Mwahahahahaha!
- "No song that begins with the lyrics 'Tweedley-dee' can possibly be good. Go back and try again!!!"
- "Hey, look. She kissed him on the pecker..." (really long Beat) "...Next scene."
- "Auntie Em! Auntie Em! It's a crappy movie! It's a crappy movie!"
- "Screw this movie, i'ma goin' home."
- His imitations of the main voice actor, eventually culminating in an enraged outburst.
- The Kick The Grill moment.
Titanic: The Animated Movie
- The entire rapping dog segment
Mouse: If it hadn't been for you I would have been in someone else's digestion!
- Also, earlier when it starts and he begins getting progressively larger bottles of booze to make it bareable, ending with one nearly as big as him!
- This Bit:
- During the ball scene:
- Luti stan pudicho! this plot is muy stupido! It makes absolute no sense-o, this song is muy racist-o! ARIBA!!!!
- Now, I know what you're thinking: What's taking that iceberg so long anyway?
- Hey everybody, it's a SPLASH FIGHT! ooh, I'm gonna get you wet! woo hoo! splishy splashy!
- "Oh, that's nice, you ripped through pure metal like it was a waffle!"
- His reply after two of the people who got off the ship are laughing:
- "Good lord! The movie's trying to drag him down with it!"
- "Don't worry, everything's gonna be fine now that Flipper's on the case!"
[in a deep, grovelly voice] "Take a look, it's in a book...READING RAINBOOOOOOW!"
- The "Zuul" gaf
"Zuul! ZUUL! ZUUL, MOTHERFUCKER, ZUUL!"
- This part:
- And a few seconds later:
Nostalgia Critic: Even the dragon is boring! Do something! DO SOMETHING!
- During the storm scene, when everything seems to be trying to kill Richie.
Critic As God: God is not pleased with you Culkin, I will smite you before you make the Nutcracker movie! *Telephone pole falls* Getting Even with Dad? I'm getting even with you! *Tree falls right in front of him* Good Son? Good bye! *He crashes into something and falls off the bike* Hahaha, I've got a million of them, I am god you know.
- The Critic's face during the creepy librarian scene always crack me up, as well as what happens at the end of the scene.
Libarian: You mean you don't need... I see.
- Although considering what happened a month or so later, there certainly are a couple amusing moments in the Nostalgia Critc's review of Moonwalker.
Nostalgia Critic: *impersonating Jackson's voice* That's right, I don't care what you think...as this incredibly expensive musical representation of a middle finger clearly shows.
Nostalgia Critic: It's like they're at an orgy....but they forgot the sex....
- "Oh no! The plot!"
- With regards to the mixed-media career retrospective montage: "Michael Jackson's Flying Circus!"
- "This... is cwack."
- "When you wish upon a star... You turn into a fucking Transformer!"
Top 11 Dumbest Superman Movie moments
- "What can you say about the Superman movies? I love all of them. Well, most of them. Well, some of them. Two of them."
- "Ah great, ya blew up the Wah Wah Machine!"
- Rescuing the dumb kid playing on the rails over Niagra Falls:
[Critic as] Kid: Remember me as a cloooood!
Old vs New: Batman vs The Dark Knight
- "Now, to be fair, Christian Bale has a lot to act through. He has to play Bruce Wayne the college student, Bruce Wayne the outcast, Bruce Wayne the warrior, Bruce Wayne the drunken millionaire, and Bruce Wayne as Batman. Thank God they didn't ask him to do Bruce Wayne the transvestite. That would've destroyed him!"
- Christian Bale's Batman as a school teacher.
- At the end of the Nostalgia Critic's comparison of Batman and The Dark Knight, he gets a call from a spazzed out Christian Bale yelling at him about his comments on his voice-acting.
- This line:
Critic: You don't mess with Mr. Mom.
- From the Red Sonja review: "Are you over thewe? Or over thewe?"
- "I guess I should stab her again. I guess I should stab her again. I guess I should stab her again."
- The Critic's reaction to the topless dancing woman (now with added Censor Box!), when the wizard is showing who the intruders are.
- His Arnold Schwarzenegger impression, particularly the part where he dubs Arnold's character riding the sea serpent with "WHEEEEEEEHEHEHEHEEEE!!!!"
- The Nostalgia Critic comments on some of the fan mail he got from irate Mako fans for making fun of Splinter's voice in the TMNT movie the previous week:
""You don't mess with Mako, motherfucker," "Leave Mako alone, he is the Man," and "You should crucify your privates for making fun of Mako!" Well, there goes the one-year anniversary surprise...."
- And then saying "Sheesh, you guys are all acting like the guy died or someth--" (A memorial picture of Mako appears, showing that he did indeed die) "GOD DAMMIT!"
- Oh, a singing sword, great. It's the ancient mythology of a Bugs Bunny Cartoon!
Short Circuit 1 & 2
- "I, ROBOT! YOU, DEAD!"
- His reaction to the beating Johnny 5 gets toward the end of Short Circuit 2.
"NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO! JOOOOOOHNY FIIIIIIIIIIVE!"
- And the cuts between Johnny being mangled and:
- Doug's reaction to Ben saying "fucking" (though I'd swear he's saying "backing"). "Dude, Ben, watch the potty mouth, it's a kid's movie!" as well as the ensuing swear fest afterward.
- There is no God, there is only... FIVE!!!!!
- CRASH! ROAD RAGE! VEHICULAR MANSLAUGHTER! DISASSEMBLE THE WORLD!!!
- The very end of the Nostalgia Critic's review of Full House, where every time he begins to say his Catch Phrase, the Olsen twins attack him:
Nostalgia Critic: You know what I do and you know why I do it (runs like hell)
- "The cash cow goes? MOOOO!"
- "Off you go, bitch!"
- "Oh my god, the Olsen twins are mutant alien robots bent on world domination! I knew it all along!"
- He points out that one of the side roles is being played by the same guy who did Aladdin's voice.
Nostalgia Critic: In fact, I ran into the actor and asked why he agreed to do the role
- The "Loosen his pants" line from North was (unintentionally) funny in and of itself, but the Critic moved it to a whole new level with his David Letterman-style "Nostalgia Critic's Top 10 Jokes for This Scene".
- North carries the dubious honor of having the worst joke he has ever heard in his life. He reacts accordingly.
- "Iiit's time to play... Spot The Joke!" *Jeopardy Thinking Music*
- When Governor Ho is talking about how his wife is infertile:
Governor Ho: Hawaii is a very fertile land. In fact there is only one barren spot on the whole island. Unfortunately, it's Mrs. Ho.
- When North is leaving the last family:
- His rundown of the Once-Acceptable Targets cumulate in...
- The "climax" of the movie.
Nostalgia Critic: So North rushes towards his parents, the henchman gets out his gun, pulls the trigger AND.... it was all a dream. WWWWWWHAT!?! You actually went to the lowest common denominator and made it all a dream?!! YOU ASS OF SHIT!!!
- And then there's the ending to the movie
Nostalgia Critic: I hope you enjoyed this journey of racist insensitivity. Allow us to replace the credits with the word "WE'RE SORRY" 100 TIMES!!!
- This gem
Bruce Willis: ...that a bird in the hand is always greener then the grass on the other guy's bushes.
- During Bruce Willis' first appearance:
Bruce Willis:Look kid, just because I'm in a bunny suit doesn't mean I...
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Making of the Coming out of Their Shells Tour
- The Nostalgia Critic and the Angry Video Game Nerd's team-up to review Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Making of Coming Out Of Our Shells is wall to wall hilarity, especially the repeated gags with the coffee mugs and both critics' emotional breakdown when the "concert" continues well, well, well after the credits have ended.
- WHAT THE FUCK DOES THAT MEAN?!
Nostalgia Critic: I remember it, so you don't have to.
- And their reaction when Raphael says that he 'was banging on some pipes'.
Critic and Nerd: *recoiling in disgust* Woahhhhh!
- The Critic and Nerd making fun of the Turtles' awful animatronics/lip-synching.
- The Nerd proving that the turtles' terrible lip-synching could be combined with any song...by synching a performance clip with Raining Blood.
- "They don't even look like the Ninja Turtles! They look like Ninja Frogs! You're listening to FROGS! IT'S ALL A LIE!"
- In the wake of the controversy over his Mako bashing, the review of Sidekicks makes the Critic's desperate attempts to resist making jokes about Mako's character funnier than any actual jokes could have been. And then it ends in a gleeful Crossing the Line Twice moment that leaves you completely unsure how offended to be.
- The massive implied mockery of Mako's Fan Dumb.
- "A-CHUCK A-NOOOORIIIIIIIIS!" Later repeated in the Captain America review. It still doesn't disappoint. And again in his Alone in the Dark review. It never gets old!
- His impersonation of Mako and the main protagonist in one scene is downright hilarious.
- (Off screen) *Splat* "Stop throwing dough at me!" "Next, we throw bottles!" *Glass shatters*
- "Chuck Norris will cure the disabled!"
- When he was criticizing the Smoking Man's horrible acting?
"How do you think he'd react if he got shot? [a gunshot is heard] Gunshot? Gunshot? Gunshot?! I've been gunshot! R2-D2, where are you?"
- "Get HIIIIIIIIIIM!"
- "I'm actIIIIIIIIIING!"
- From his review of Gargoyles:
"Do they ever freeze in an embarrassing pose? *demonstrates* Like one of them's just standing there, taking a whizz, and then suddenly 'Oh, shit, the sun! Motherf-! *freezes*"
Spork: The lineage of the sporks goes on for several eons. In fact we predate the dinosaurs.
- His description of "Future Tense" and its various plot twists:
"[...] where Goliath arrives in the future, and all hell broke loose as Xanatos has apparently taken over. Trying to set things right, all the Gargoyles get killed and slaughtered by Xanatos's army. But then it turns out that Xanatos is a computer with all the memories of the original person. But then it turns out it wasn't Xanatos at all, it was Lexington, who's become overtaken by madness. But then it turns out that it was all an illusion by Puck to try and get a mythical emblem [the Phoenix Gate] from Goliath. And then it turns out that it may or may not have been a dream. And then it turns out that Goliath is a woman! * cue fan art of female!Goliath* Okay, that didn't happen, but you get the idea!"
- Some creative editing makes it appear that in the pilot, Elisa goes over the side of the roof again after Goliath carries her back up and Bronx surprises her.
- His joke about how Lexington should have been named "Queens" serves as being Hilarious in Hindsight when one learns that Lexington was indeed gay.
- Goliath: "Those of your kind call me Goliath."
Critic: "... But my friends call me......... Go."
- His setting part of Goliath's dialogue to '70s porno music, stating that his wife must have married him just for the voice.
Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen
- His review of Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen is a hilarious homage to his review of the first live-action Transformers movie...and is several minutes of pure Nerd-gasming. The icing on the cake of hilarity, however, is a cameo by none other than Chester A Bum
- "Dude, did he just steal my act?"
- Chester A. Bum's cameo in Steel. "Oh my god, they're filming a Shaq movie! I'm outta here!"
- Best summed up by a comment on Youtube.
"Steel - The only movie Chester A. Bum does not think is the greatest movie he's ever seen in his life."
- "It could have been worse. He could have played Wonder Woman. (pause) And I'm going to spare you that image. I'm the Nostalgia Critic, I remember it HA!" (cue image of Shaq dressed up as Wonder Woman) "Let it haunt your nightmares!" Aa-ha-ha-ha-ha-ha-ha-ha!
- "But one question remains! DID GRANDMA EVER FINISH HER SOUFFLÉ?!"
- This joke:
Sparky:"How do you read?" (referring to a wireless earpiece)
== Top 11 Cereal Mascots ==
- Two words: Cocoa Puffs. Crosses the line so many times yet it finally just loops back to being hysterical again.
- The Critic smashing Lucky.
Nostalgia Critic: Now you're dead, how do you like that? (spits on the mangled Lucky)
Last Action Hero
- The Critic flipping out at all the "random" cameos from Last Action Hero.
Old vs New: LOTR Animated vs LOTR
- CAPTAIN N: THE GAY MASTER!
- "It ain't easy being g-g-g-green!"
- "Link! And you brought your friends for my coming-out party!" *DOO-DOO-DOO-DOOOOOOO!*
- "Now, [my whip's] sexual preference I can't speak for!"
- Mario as Isildur. "Suck my big fat meatballs!"
- And at the end
Critic: As for me, I'm still waiting for half the cast to turn up on Video Game Confessions!
- "The ruler of the Palace is Princess Lana. Oh yeah, from the game...*Shrugs* '80's Fashion Vomit'?"
- His comments on the voices of Mega Man and Kid Icarus.
(as Mega Man) It's like if Popeye smoked an entire Marlboro factory!
- The commentary also features Doug and Rob impersonating Mega Man, expressing their distaste for his voice.
- Concerning Simon Belmont, with the image of Simon in Simon's Quest:
Nostalgia Critic: "I mean, where did they even get the idea to gay him up so much? I mean the original hero has long hair, wears leather, carries a whip, jumps around in a skirt, I think I just answered my own question."
- Then you remember that Captain N Simon is wearing an aviator outfit, complete with goggles. A medieval vampire hunter dressed as a 1930's pilot. And Mr. Forehead meets Mr. Hand for the fifteenth time.
- Commenting on just how bad the animation can be at times, showing a couple of scenes from one episode showing Simon with the world's biggest duh face.
We're Back: A Dinosaur's Story
- "WHAT! NO! YOU'RE RAPING SPIDERMAN, YOU FUCKING DINOSAUR FASCIST! LEAVE THAT AMERICAN ICON ALONE!"
- This moment.
- "A Big Lipped-" (startled) "JESUS God!"
- "I don't like the slutty girl. She has kind of a Lolita thing going on. It seems unnatural."
- The scene with the hat landing on a little girl's head. After a few repeats of "A child is looking at the same hat..."
- "Kid! You're on a raft with fucking dinosaurs! How bout a little acknowledgement of this miracle huh!?
- "The rex turns into a drowningsaur as Louie manages to pick him up with some heavy machinery."
Warriors of Virtue
- Komodo from Warriors of Virtue is a CMOF all by himself, but the Critic declaring him the missing Looney Tunes character really puts it over the top.
- The Linkara cameo, as well as:
Oh no, he's in Fern Gully! *screams*
- "The kitchen is on fire! Stop telling the kid the stupid story and help us!" Somehow, offscreen voices in Chinese restaurants are always comedy gold on this site.
- "The Monarch is not pleased."
- "Oh, Dance time." *cue music*
- "By all your powers combined, I am Captain Planet!"
- "I'm trying to do every Johnny Depp performance I've ever seen...." Particularly funny considering his previous review was an impersonation of Depp impersonating Hunter S. Thompson.
- "Now allow me to continue SHOUTING AT RANDOM!!!"
- "IT WAS A LIFE!"
- The Captain America (comics) review: On how the Critic plays out the Batman Lemony Narrator describing the peril of Cap.
How will Captain America get out of this one???? Will he turn the White House into rubble? Or will he escape to have his American ass beaten once more???? Tune in next time... which is... Right now!
- The entire section about the "Psyche-Hitler".
- "I just decapitated a hot chick! Truly, I am the great American hero!"
- "Why don't we just label everything?!"
- The cover of the Vogue magazine, with the captions...
Take Our Test: Does he love you or will he get frozen in ice for 50 years?
- "We just unthawed a basketball mascot!"
Top 11 Nostalgic F*ckups
Critic: Douchy! Where'd you get that?!
- "I've watched every single one of your videos 37 times and discovered a shitload of mistakes that you should be hanged for! HANGED FOR!"
Nostalgia Critic: So, every once in a while, I make one or two little mistakes...
- "If I can't trust an Internet celebrity who watches cartoons and shouts obscenities, who can I trust?!"
- The gag in the credits about Doug's less-than-stellar spelling.
Douchy: "Made" is spelled wron-
Alone in the Dark
- The Critic, Spoony, and Linkara acting like the
Three StoogesThree Schmuckheads. Enough said.
- Any time the trio (or at least Spoony and Linkara) break into song:
- The review is a CMOF. Especially the "randomly shooting in the dark which includes cameo appearances by-
90s Kid: Dude, what's with all the flashing lights? (Is shot) Not radical (Collapses)
- Spoony making the Nostalgia Critic say I like to wear woman's clothing was just hilarious. Even funnier was the Critic's reaction. And the Brick Joke.
(The Critic poses dramatically while Spoony types for him)
- "No, no, honey..."
- Linkara's introduction, particularly the deadpan Critic's response: "Oh, Jesus. No."
- The Nostalgia Signal.
- Linkara's introduction, particularly the deadpan Critic's response: "Oh, Jesus. No."
Why did I install that?
- The crew calling out a soliders name as he falls to his death. "Marco! Marco!" Critic: "Polo."
- "Mmm, that's good MacGuffin!"
Spooney: So lets go back the way we just came!
- The whole flickering lights sequence.
- "Unless of course that man was... CHUCK NORRIS? A-CHUCK-A-NO...no, not even him."
- The Critic spends the entire video using his computer's monotone text-to-speech voice to speak for him - which makes it even funnier when it says something completely insane.
- The random yelling sequence. Bonus points for Linkara slipping in a small reference to Metal Gear Solid 2.
- The Blank Check review has the Critic repeatedly, ahem, bumping the bottom of his desk whenever the movie's resident hot woman appears. Later, during the scene where she ends up running through a fountain and getting soaking wet, he snatches up a hammer and starts pounding the, er, little Critic back down.
- The end of the review features the Critic turning off his 'pleasant' mode.
"FUCK YOU ALLLL!!!"
Old vs New: Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory (1971) vs. Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (2005)
- The end of his Old vs New, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory review, where the annoying Ear Worm from the newest adaptation plays, and when the Critic yells for something else, first "It's A Small World", then the DuckTales (1987) theme song, and finally the Doug theme song play. Quoting "Duck Amuck," the Critic angrily insists that the person messing with the sound show himself, at which point the camera pans out and we find Douchey McNitpick pulling the strings.
- From the same video, his kindergarten drawing of what a monster from the original novel looks like: a giant monster with the heads of his parents ripping the Critic in half. The Critic's response? I had issues.
- When he's talking about how the Charlie from Charlie in the Chocolate Factory is so perfect he could try out for Jesus. He shows the part where he breaks his candy bar to share with his family:
Critic As Charlie: Do this, in memory of me.
Cool as Ice
- The Critic's review of Cool as Ice starts off with him simply laughing uncontrollably at the movie to the point where he can't even say his Catch Phrase, and just gets funnier from there, especially when he keeps making fun of Vanilla Ice's ridiculous outfits and dance moves.
"There's His Whiteness! ....why does he have a Post-It Note on the side of his head?"
- Some of the greatest and lamest puns ever.
"Wow. What an icehole."
- And the White-O-Meter, which tops out at "Conan O'Brien" and "Invisible."
- There's also the whole 'fast-forwarding' through the house scene, which the Critic calls 'A demented version of the cleaning-the-room scene from Mary Poppins.' And this line...
"Oh yeah Kat, words of wisdom. Drop dat zero, and get with the hero." "Yeah, got that off The Disney Channel."
- Oh, and the 'interesting' dance moves used at the end.
Nostalgia Critic: Aw, no no no no nononononono! That's like three pages of the Kama Sutra!
- When Ice saves Cathy, and later when he battles the thugs, NC parodies the 60's Batman music:
- "Oh, those horrid rapscallions!"
- Go dumbass, go dumbass, go! Go dumbass, go dumbass, go!
- "Luckily, Max Headroomache comes along..."
- The sequence where the movie constantly shift between Ice talking to Cathy, and the two "frolicking", to NC's annoyance, When he demands the movie to pick a scene and stick with it, we get... frolicking with talking voiceover.
- This joke:
Ice: You need a psychiatrist!
- Even better is the Critic's expression throughout this argument.
- The very first line.
"Do wrestlers star in movies? This is the question that has plagued mankind for centuries. On the one hand, it seems ideal; I mean, they're already sort of acting, aren't they? I mean they're wrestlers. They know how to play to the crowd, they know how to make everything look thematic--it's practically in their blood. On the other hand, Suburban Commando."
- Also, IT'S AFTERBURNER!!!
- Four words: "I was frozen today!"
- Also, his use of that clip directly after this line:
"I almost kissed you, but I wouldn't."
- The NC combining three of his running gags together to form Non Sequitur Scene-Elephant-Chuck Norris.
- His deadpan reaction to the villain losing his hand because of a flying envelope is also hilarious.
- Rip-off/This is a rip-off/This is a rip-off/Are you kidding??
- His reaction to Shelley Duvall trying to seduce Christopher Lloyd.
The Next Karate Kid
- The Next Karate Kid: : "Cockroach killer." "Whore." "Slut." "I do not know you."
- MIYAGI WINS. BLOWALITY.
- This part:
Julie: My name is Julie! My mother's name was Susan! She was killed in a car accident with my father, and they're both dead!
- All the Star Wars references. I love that muppet.
- "I JUST SHIT MYSELF"
- "'cus this is filler, filling up the time..."
- The end of the review , in which the critic, dressed as a Ghostbuster, chases Casper right into GMX (with him getting a whole panel room involved in his chase while also running into a Chester A. Bum cosplayer).
- When he runs into a Chester A. Bum cosplayer:
NC: Hey, don't I know you from somewhere?
- "Oh, not that late." "I already had an abortion." Casper's facial reaction was priceless and then: "Okay that was a little disturbing" "WOW!" "Just a little dark humor, I mean it's nothing about--" "WOW!" "Alright let's just move on!" "...you sicken me."
- The DVD shows the raw footage of the Casper chase which continues running as Doug returns to his hotel room and plays up his removing the costume as stripping. On the commentary, Doug suddenly realizes that someone is probably masturbating to the scene, maybe even with the commentary on. "I hope it's a woman, but let's face it, it's probably a man."
- "There, I did a kids film, ya happy?
- "You can see him smiling cause we're actually waving the check at him off screen."
- "EXPOSITION, EXPOSITION!!"
- Just to mention one joke and let Wiki Magic do the rest:
NC: ...[The movie has] mediocre special effects that you're more likely to see in one of Linkara's videos!
- "A BAT CREDIT CARD? JEE-YAAAAAAY-ZUS!!!"
- Linkara's reaction to Non Sequitur Scene is nothing short of priceless.
- The opening with Linkara doing NC's lines, and NC finding out.
- "It's time to play International Politics!"
Linkara: Alright, Nostalgia Critic! You're Israel, a country surrounded on all sides by enemies who would happily see you wiped off the map! However, the only thing keeping them at bay is your nuclear arsenal! Now Superman comes in and says he's gonna take that arsenal away! What do you do???
- Then there's his use of the Super Mario Bros 3 "falling from airship" music to accompany Superman and Nuclear Man falling through the clouds.
- Any of the movie's lame attempts at comic relief actually do manage to become hilarious in this review. Clark Kent "goofily" working out is perfectly accented by Linkara's "It's time for some COMEDY!...Wasn't there an impending nuclear war?", and the scene where Supes needs to be in two places at once is underscored by "The Entertainer" and topped off with Critic's goofy face and arm motions.
- "OH NO YOU DON'T! You started this review, we're going to finish it!"
Nostalgia Critic: What are we reviewing again?
- NC's reaction to Jeremy's voice:
Jeremy: I'll tell you who we should write a letter to that would do some good!
- This exchange:
Linkara:"The film begins proper with Russians...IN SPAAAAAAACE!!!"
- Tickle Me Amy.
- "Hungry Hungry Hippos! Hungry Hungry Hippos!"
- The NC's impersonation of Tim Curry's bad accent in the film.
"The diamonds are here!"
- Likewise, using a Laugh Track whenever Tim Curry speaks in the movie.
- And the line used as The Stinger: STOP! EA-ting my SESAME! CAKE!
Three Wild Gorillas: (Beat) (deadpan) Whatever.
Nyaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa! This movie sucks! You should get a refund! Go see Toy Story next time. It's in the theater next door.
Siskel & Ebert Tribute
- From his tribute to Siskel And Ebert-"Why would you think that?"
- "So, besides me, what do you think of when you hear the word critic. (Image of The Angry Video Game Nerd shows up) "NO! Get that picture out of here!"
- The third answer to that question, which makes him stare at the viewer with an expression of "What the hell is wrong with you?"
- Blink and you'll miss it, but the list of religion's he's prejiduced against include "Whatever religion the Oompa Loompas practice."
- Ma-Ti at the hospital. That is all.
- "So, besides me, what do you think of when you hear the word critic. (Image of The Angry Video Game Nerd shows up) "NO! Get that picture out of here!"
NC: So hey, why are you in the hospital, anyway?
- The text scroll read by James Earl Jones
NC James Earl Jones is talking about an elite FORCE huh?... Okay lets look through the Star Wars jokes here. (plays a Darth Vader quote)
- "And now, since I'm unbelievably immature, the Judge Dredd Blow Dance."
- The multi-function gun. "Armor piercing. Rapid fire. Back massage. Lounge music (Music plays)."
- Two bottles o' beer on the wall, two bottles o'... Oh hey Dredd got any beer?
- "Well, I can't turn back now, that was way too good of an exit. ... I guess I'll just stay here for a while. ... Damn it, I forgot my iPod. ... 100 bottles of beer on the wall, 100 bottles of beer..."
- Judge Judy, the most feared of all.
- The NC pointing out how no one can seem to pronounce
the lawThe LAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAW!
- Which accumulates to the point where the NC sings the word
lawLAAAAAAAAAAAW over and over again to the tune of the Can-Can. Complete with Judge Dredd kick-line.
- Judge Dredd: The Musical.
- The metaphorical-turned-literal Cat Fight.
- Which accumulates to the point where the NC sings the word
- "I'm alive! Oh, so are you." (cue Seinfeld music)
- "O-okay, this movie just went up a notch. Or... at least... SOMETHING went up a notch."
- "NOOO!!! NOT THE YAK!!! IT WAS MY FAVOURITE CHARACTER!!!" *cue Yakkity Yak*
- Also this:
Tank Girl's Producer: Alright Ice-T, I know you got a lot of projects in the works, but just listen to this movie role.
- "NOW BRING ME MORE THINGS TO SMASH!!!" *throws glass on the floor*
- "AQUAFINA IS PEEEEEEOPLE!!"
- "Ohhh, my Clockwork Oranges!"
- "Happy Happy, Joy Joy! Happy Happy, Joy Joy!"
- This bit:
- His expressions of revulsion at the horrible music number.
- "Ha ha! Baywatch! It's funny because it existed!"
- The "hard rock" version of I'm A Little Teapot.
- NC editing a scene into the mother telling Jack all the affairs she had, complete with scare chord.
- "I'm the Nostalgia Christmas. I Christmas so Christmas Christmas. *beat* CHRISTMAS!!!"
- "Good Lord, that was terrible! What, are they tring to brush off death like one of those old awkward Disney films? (Jack's car crashes, then cuts to "Lets Sing a Gay Happy Spring Song" from Bambi)
- His reaction to the snowman. Take your pick.
"I think I'm gonna hurl!"
- After Jack Frost rejects the idea of using two snowballs as breasts, and throws them back at the kid who threw them:
Critic: Wow, I didn't think anything could top DuckTits, but that came pretty damn close.
- This bit:
Jack Frost: You know, the nice thing about having these big balls, excuse me...
- The Critic saying snowman Jack standing still looks like he's trying to take a dump.
He-Man and She-Ra Christmas Special
- "My god, those TRANSFORMING robots are TRANSFORMING into some kind of TRANSFORMED evil! I think they're called ……Care Bears Bears!"
- The NC's surprise over how Swift Wind sounds.
- "Yeah, maybe you could find a cell phone...maybe call someone who can come up here and rescue us. Oh, by the way....WHAT THE FUCK ARE YOU!?"
- The "Gay Jokes I Could Have Made" counter
- He breaks his moratorium on gay jokes briefly to point out how phallic one of the vehicles looks, wondering how it could possibly have been accidental. This is followed shortly by a giant metal hand grasping it. Tightly.
- Him imitating Orko during the end of the special.
- "Christmastime?! I'm JEWISH! I get eight candles, a dreidle and a new pair of slacks every year, I'll be as fucking grouchy as I please, you little Hitler Youths!"
- The Critic pointing out that no one seems to notice or care about the Transformation Sequence.
He-Man: Hey sis. I have the power.
- "Who are your friends? I'm the gay son of Casey Kasem and Jerry Seinfeld. Nyeaaah."
- The Critic misconstruing Hordak's name
- "Just look at Skeletor's face. Clearly, not even he can understand Horde Prime"
- (As Skeletor) "You need to enunciate! I have no lips, and even I can enunciate!"
- "*imitating Swift Wind* "OH, GOD! Every time this happens, I feel unbelievable pain! God, I hate sprouting these wings! Aaaaah, sweet Jesus, it hurts!"
- *After Swift Wind talks in an incredible raspy and deep voice* What girl wants their unicorn to talk like "C'mon She-Ra! Let's go fight some evil doers! Maybe we can stop by the cigar store on the way there!"
- Bo being frozen with the "I WAS FROZEN TODAY" sound clip
- "Dude you shot him in the Skelenads!"
Hordak: Time to take this goodie goods.
She-Ra: The beast-monster!
- The Critic projectile vomiting into a paper bag at the sound of the kids' Christmas song.
The Top 11 Next Best Christmas Specials
- Two words: Die Hard.
- More specifically, five words; "Fuck you, it's Die Hard!"
- His reaction to recieving the Star Wars Holiday Special.
- Also, "Bitch, you pregnant! Bye!!"
- When he talks about things most films related to the birth of Christ leave out - such as how Joseph is about to stone Mary to death for her apparent infidelity:
NOSTALGIA CRITIC: *as Joseph* Oh, really? Immaculate conception, huh? *beat* Oh, the son of God, yeah, the Lord of all, no kidding? *fake laughter* Well, I'm gonna give the Archangel two seconds before I *raises fist* POUND THE LIVING SHIT OUT OF YA-!
ANGEL: Don't, Joseph, it's cool.
NOSTALGIA CRITIC: You got lucky.
The Star Wars Holiday Special
- "Hello, I'm the Nostalgia Critic. I remember it -- (gets up, tries to make a break for it)
- "There goes my ability to control my bowels. Yup, I'm stupid now...don't care anymore."
- Santa Christ!
- Wookiee Christmas Carols...'nuff said.
- Darth Vader and Emperor Palpatine discussing the need to close down Bea Arthur's bar on Tatooine.
- The Critic's horrified reaction to the "Grandpa Wookiee" watching some strange holographic video.
- "Ve hear you've been hiding Jewish Evoks"
- "Well that just perms my hair."
- "Santa Christ, Santa Christ. We all love Santa Christ!"
- "He played bass for Aerosmith! Reads to sick orphans, too! He goes surfing in space and makes really good fondue!"
- All the wookie growling making his ears bleed.
- The Critic being baffled at a Stormtrooper tripping over his own gun: "Imagine someone like this in a real combat situation. Oh look, some rebels! " *takes out gun pointing it upwards, mistakenly shoots himself in the head and falls over*
- The commentary by Doug and Rob has some, too. E.g. the Wookie version of the Brady Bunch theme song.
- "They show you every. Single. Solitary. STEP!!!"
- "Gawd! They sound like humpback whales GETTING THEIR DICKS CHOPPED OFF!!"
- "A big lipped—" "Don't—don't use that. If you point them all out, we're gonna be here all night."
- The Critic saying that he feels like he's getting stupider while watching the part with the instruction video:
- "Is that Greedo? Hmm. I guess he did shoot first."
- DO SOMETHING!!!
- "So we see Han Solo and Chewbacca fighting the stock footage from the first movie..."
- Him comparing the animated sequence with the cutscenes in the CD-i Zelda games.
- "GAH! When did Han Solo turn into Richard Gere's chewed-up caricature?"
- The entire "Stir, whip, stir, whip" sequence.
Ernest Saves Christmas
- Santa Claus in Dr. Ho
- "M, V, M, V, M, V, M, V..." * cuts to Clip of Star Wars Holiday Special* "Stir, whip, stir, whip, whip, whip... "NO! NO! WE'RE NOT GOING BACK TO THAT!"
- Any line making Douglas Seale the most badass Santa ever. "It's time to open a can!"
- "Wassup, my niggaz?"
- The Crazy Taxi gag. 'Nuff said.
- 100 Mugging Points!
- "Don't forget to hit the Asians!"
- Ernest in Santa's sled crashing into Superman. "That's one messy Christmas."
- The Running Gag involving Santa's...erm...sack.
- "QUIT CALLING IT THAT!"
- "Aw great, ya blew up the......Santa Pun-O-Meter? Why do I have one of those?"
- "Call the police!"
- "Ernest, You Need to Get Laid."
- "You Missed! But you can still get Jack Skellington."
- The Running Gag about Santa's list
Santa: I had a list of names. There were several hundred, but for one reason or another, they were eliminated until you were the only one left.
- "We represent the Lollipop Guild, the Lollipop Guild..."
- "We're here to shoot a David Lynch film!"
- The Christmas Slay routine.
Santa: Joe, I thought this motion picture was called Christmas Sleigh?
- Any lines of NC saying anything in the Santa voice;
Lying girl co-star: That's my mean uncle, he works me like a slave and locks me in the basement-