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When Are Critics Wrong? 

Sometimes audiences love a movie the critics hate, and visa versa. Some movies started out as failures and later became successes. On the flip side, a movie hated upon release later becomes... See full summary »

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Doug Walker

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Doug Walker (review), Doug Walker

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Episode credited cast:
Jim Carrey ... Ace Ventura (archive footage)
Jackie Chan ... Lee (archive footage)
Macaulay Culkin ... Kevin McCallister (archive footage)
Tate Donovan ... Hercules (archive sound)
Roger Ebert ... Himself (archive footage)
Armie Hammer ... The Lone Ranger (archive footage)
Tom Hanks ... Forrest Gump / Captain Miller (archive footage)
Michael Keaton ... Riggan (archive footage)
Ewan McGregor ... Obi-Wan Kenobi (archive footage)
Liam Neeson ... Qui-Gon Jin (archive footage)
Natalie Portman ... Padmé (archive footage)
Peter Serafinowicz ... Darth Maul (archive footage)
Gene Siskel ... Himself (archive footage)
Emma Stone ... Sam (archive footage)
Chris Tucker ... Carter (archive footage)
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Sometimes audiences love a movie the critics hate, and visa versa. Some movies started out as failures and later became successes. On the flip side, a movie hated upon release later becomes a classic. What's the deal here? Well, there is no one better to analyze the minds of audiences and critics alike, being the best of both worlds, than the Nostalgia Critic himself.

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Comedy | Talk-Show

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26 April 2016 (USA) See more »

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Channel Awesome See more »
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Nostalgia Critic: Odd for me to say, I know, but the idea of critics is kind of a strange one. It's so often that we compare our thoughts to the critics, and probably more than once, you've disagreed with them. You either liked something they hated, or hated something they liked. This usually forces people to form into one or two categories: someone that says, "Screw the critics, they don't speak for the people and are a bunch of stuck-up eggheads!", or the people that say, "Screw the masses, they wouldn't know ...
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References There's Something About Mary (1998) See more »

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