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  1. BChricton78

    Sooo... Nostalgia Critic's "review" of the Doom movie.

    Well, if he wasn't a madman who, in real life, gave hard working conditions, made stupid decisions for his company, makes strawmen in his videos and once tried to hide a sexual predator, This hate wouldn't be happening to him.
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    Good Things About the Doom Movie

    The best thing about it for me is the acting, from the movie's two leads: Karl Urban and Dwayne Johnson. Karl does great with what he's given, perfectly giving the impression that he's a gruff, but heroic soldier, whilst Johnson goes from sensible to deliciously hammy as the film's Superior-turned-Villain. Plus, during the climax, he gets a pretty good line to taunt Karl's character with.
  3. BChricton78

    Sooo... Nostalgia Critic's "review" of the Doom movie.

    AGREED. Doug's going to Hell, or the Dimension of the Doomed (Really, who cares?) for his crimes against entertainment.
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    Sooo... Nostalgia Critic's "review" of the Doom movie.

    Umm... What about the Other questions I asked (What's the worst bit of this flaming pile and What do you think is the WORST video Doug made)?
  5. BChricton78

    Sooo... Nostalgia Critic's "review" of the Doom movie.

    Here are a few questions for the people reading this thread: What do you think is the worst part of his review? If you've seen any of the Devil Critic's videos, what do you think is the worst? And, on an unrelated note, what way should I play Doom 3 (The game which the movie is based) on modern systems, nowadays? BFG Edition or Dhewm3?
  6. BChricton78

    Do You Like Doom 3?

    I love Doom 3. As someone who is a fan of the more Horror-focused approach the post-Doom II/Pre-Doom '16 games (Aside from Final Doom) took, I believe the darker approach taken by Doom 3 was the natural course for the series at that point. And it works pretty well. In fact, in terms of plot, it's much better than the 2005 movie based on THIS game. When it comes to Doom, though, You can't beat Doom 64.
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    Doom 64 for Doom II

    Umm... From the brief snippet I played, I'd definitely give them an A for effort... But this just feels... wrong to me. I'm sorry but playing Doom 64, without the lighting, atmosphere, redone sprites and ambient music? No thanks. It just takes away the things that make Doom 64 so special. Still a nice little attempt at recapturing Doom 64, but I'm better off with Doom 64 EX, for my fix.
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    Sooo... Nostalgia Critic's "review" of the Doom movie.

    Yes. It seems like all those years of being the Critic had taken a toll on his mental health... Nowadays, he's insane, very insane. And not in a good way.
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    Sooo... Nostalgia Critic's "review" of the Doom movie.

    FUCK YOU PORTMA- (Static) -Marcus "Pinkie" Penzerowski (This is one of the movie's intentionally funny scenes, BTW)
  10. BChricton78

    Sooo... Nostalgia Critic's "review" of the Doom movie.

    Yep. He sure does. In fact, once you've watched the Doom "review" by Dumbass Critic, why don't you watch a proper review of the movie: Notice how KrimsonRogue (Or NPC in this case) has a better knowledge of the game, and is much better when it comes to both the sketches and actual critique. In other words, it's a proper review. Who'd have thunk it?
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    Sooo... Nostalgia Critic's "review" of the Doom movie.

    But here, he ignored key scenes, and, regarding that stupid gag where he impersonates Sam Grimm to hurl needless obscenities, It's pretty much him ignoring the infamous 24th chromosome origin for the Demons/Mutants. Y'know, the thing most people remember and criticise about the movie?
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    Sooo... Nostalgia Critic's "review" of the Doom movie.

    Gee... Ya THINK?!
  13. Look. The Doom movie is a bad film. It barely resembles the games (Notably Doom 3, the game it takes its cues from), the writing comes off as a cliched zombie movie with a nonsensical plot device (the 24th Chromosome), the effects are bad, some of the characters are unlikable (Notably Portman, the film's attempt at an Unpopular Popular Character), and it can get pretty slow. But it is perfect for reviewing. There are plenty of moments to critique about it, such as the scene where John Grimm (the movie's resident Doomguy) and Goat send a Zombieman flying into the set, causing it to collapse on-camera. So naturally, what does Doug Walker/The Nostalgia Critic do with it? I'll tell you. Right from the word "Go", he forgets about the rest of the series from Doom II onwards, and acts as if the film was based on The Ultimate Doom. This act comes into play A LOT during the video, notably his complaining about how the movie is "action-less" and "too dark to see", and more notably when he states that Marcus Penzerowski's mutant form is meant to be the Pinkie Demon from Ultimate Doom, and that the same Pinkies are similar to/clones of Marcus... Even though Marcus's mutant form is clearly based on how the Pinkie appears in DOOM 3. Making matters worse (Yes, it gets worse), Doug makes several OTHER transgressions to both the fans of the games and YOU, the viewer. Namely, He ignores critical, plot relevant scenes (such as Portman trying to call for backup under the guise of taking a dump, a Mutant Knight taking out Marcus so he can get mutated, and Grimm trying to find Sam in The First-Person scene) and the film's redeeming qualities (Namely the acting and some of the action scenes), in favour of stupid, unfunny and sometimes tasteless gags that only a Racist COD player will find funny, such as a sketch of characters playing "Doom: The Movie: The Game" (which doubles as an unintentional dig at the more horror-focused entries in the series, notably DOOM 3!), a Donkey Kong 64 reference (even though DK64 has NOTHING to do with Doom aside from being a game), a stupid gag where he misinteprets the witty banter between Sam and John as "Sibling bickering" and throughout the video proceeds to imitate Sam as someone who needlessly hurls profanity at people for no reason at all, and worst of all, A CHILD ABUSE JOKE! Needless to say, this has to be the worst movie review I've ever seen. It's so bad, it makes the actual movie look like a cakewalk by comparison. It fails as both a "serious, analytical review", and a sketch comedy video. And with a complete lack of knowledge of the games demonstrated, it's an insult to the Doom franchise, and its fans. But you don't have to take my word for it. Just see this trainwreck for yourself: Just don't say I didn't warn you...