If you like that sort of thing. I’m not here to judge soloseries.tv/entrevista-a-hiroyuki-sanada-dogen-en-lost/ movie quality, I’m here to count sins. Ocean’s 12, the sequel to Ocean’s 11, goes to Europe. And it’s not as clever, it’s a little more cheeky, and ultimately it’s probably the worst of the trilogy.
It’s got lots of sins. Lethal Weapon is an all-time classic action film and a pioneer in the buddy-cop genre. But, like all movies, it has sins, and today is the day we decided to count them. Midsommar is a movie that some people loved, some other people loved even more, and then a whole lot of people didn’t watch it because a friend told them it wasn’t for them.
And we’re still duty-bound to list them for you. And so ends our sinning of the Twilight series. And just in time, since this video did, indeed, nearly kill us.
And it’s Happy Gilmore, an early zany-era Adam Sandler movie that is stupid and funny and sinful as hell. 10 Things I Hate About You was pretty well-received when it came out. And I’m sure lots of folks still love it. But it has sins, man. Wonder Woman 1984.
And it’s got sins like you wouldn’t believe. Pixar’s Soul was well-received and it’s pretty creative and charming. But it has sins just like any other movie, so we counted ’em.
Last Action Hero is known as a relative flop, commercially and critically, but the movie’s actually pretty fun. Far from perfect though… Raiders of the Lost Ark has sins just like any other movie, and so, yeah, we did.
Best Picture status has never stopped us from sinning a movie before, and it’s not going to stop us now. Here are the sins of The Shape of Water. Read a strange pop-up book with your kid… End up with a haunting.