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Bad Marriage Movie Reviews - Don Jon

This week it's a very special episode of Bad Marriage Movie Reviews where John and Jessi discuss the merits of porn.

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You keep doing that one hand-gesture, guy.

Also, I'm not sure what you bring to the table that moviebob doesn't, other than it being a different movie.

Houseman:
You keep doing that one hand-gesture, guy.

Also, I'm not sure what you bring to the table that moviebob doesn't, other than it being a different movie.

Two different opinions about the same movie in one review, an actual woman's opinion, politeness and most importantly lack of judging people by what movies they like and lack of constantly bashing one movie that some people may actually have liked(eg. I loved the Andrew Garfield Spiderman, have no hate for Man Of Steel, did not love but did like Avengers) and lack of bashing movies about topics that one person doesn't like or constantly praising movies that one person likes.

Overall, the most important thing this brings is two opinions from two demographics instead of one opinion trying to cater to all demographics and messing it up by keeping in mind only those movies that are made for his demographic.

shephardjhon:

Houseman:
You keep doing that one hand-gesture, guy.

Also, I'm not sure what you bring to the table that moviebob doesn't, other than it being a different movie.

Two different opinions about the same movie in one review, an actual woman's opinion, politeness and most importantly lack of judging people by what movies they like and lack of constantly bashing one movie that some people may actually have liked(eg. I loved the Andrew Garfield Spiderman, have no hate for Man Of Steel, did not love but did like Avengers) and lack of bashing movies about topics that one person doesn't like or constantly praising movies that one person likes.

Overall, the most important thing this brings is two opinions from two demographics instead of one opinion trying to cater to all demographics and messing it up by keeping in mind only those movies that are made for his demographic.

So you disagree with someone else's opinion on a movie you liked, that's fair. So is them stating how much they disliked the film. Problem is these two are wooden. Seriously wooden. I don't think these two have what it takes to be movie reviewers. There's no colour, and while they tried to give more insight this time around the cheiestry between the two is ... like lead.

The ones where they bicker is like watching two married people bicker when neither of them have the witty barbs to make it funny or interesting; which is to say, boring and painful. When they're not bickering. It's merely boring. Maybe this is one of those instances a fake married couple would work better. There'd probably be more interesting barbs if one wasn't worried about having to sleep on the couch.

BigTuk:

shephardjhon:

Houseman:
You keep doing that one hand-gesture, guy.

Also, I'm not sure what you bring to the table that moviebob doesn't, other than it being a different movie.

Two different opinions about the same movie in one review, an actual woman's opinion, politeness and most importantly lack of judging people by what movies they like and lack of constantly bashing one movie that some people may actually have liked(eg. I loved the Andrew Garfield Spiderman, have no hate for Man Of Steel, did not love but did like Avengers) and lack of bashing movies about topics that one person doesn't like or constantly praising movies that one person likes.

Overall, the most important thing this brings is two opinions from two demographics instead of one opinion trying to cater to all demographics and messing it up by keeping in mind only those movies that are made for his demographic.

So you disagree with someone else's opinion on a movie you liked, that's fair. So is them stating how much they disliked the film. Problem is these two are wooden. Seriously wooden. I don't think these two have what it takes to be movie reviewers. There's no colour, and while they tried to give more insight this time around the cheiestry between the two is ... like lead.

The ones where they bicker is like watching two married people bicker when neither of them have the witty barbs to make it funny or interesting; which is to say, boring and painful. When they're not bickering. It's merely boring. Maybe this is one of those instances a fake married couple would work better. There'd probably be more interesting barbs if one wasn't worried about having to sleep on the couch.

So you think politeness and comedy can't coexist?
Its fine if you don't like it but politeness is refreshing for me against Movie Bob.
Nostalgia Critic can do something like they do while being more interesting and funny and still kind of tolerant and sensitive to others' openions.

 

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