Take one part Muppet movie footage, and mix with one part audio from Tarantino movies. The result? Hilarious foul-mouthed Muppet recreations of your favorite Tarantino moments!
The folks at Cinema Sins have taken the audio from the new Star Wars VII: The Force Awakens trailer, and laid video from The Phantom Menace over the top of it. The result is a surprisingly good trailer for The Phantom Menace, which should serve as a caution for for those already hopping on the hype train.
Cinema Sins, notorious YouTube movie nitpickers, have a little fun doing their sin-finding thing on one of the in-game movies you can watch inside GTA V. It’s called The Loneliest Robot In Great Britain.
I would totally eat this.
Now You See Me was one of 2013’s surprise hits at the box office, but it divided audiences dramatically. But whether you liked it or disliked it, you can bet that Cinema Sins has a few things to say about the magicians-and-heists thriller.
If they turned the Anthony Weiner scandal into a movie—which they totally will eventually—who would make up the dream cast? Cinema Sins has done the work for you, putting together a teaser trailer for “Weiner”, a sure Oscar contender come awards time.
Cinema Sins has been causing laughs with their nitpicking movie-sin videos for months, but sticks pretty close to a once-a-week schedule. This week, in apparent observation of The Wolverine, the comedy critics have taken aim at not one, not two, but all three original films in the X-Men trilogy.
Everybody wants to be a rock star. After months of nitpicking movies, Cinema Sins has released a music video. It’s maybe the most random thing you’ll see all week.
The Men In Black series is beloved by moviegoers everywhere—well, except for that third one. Cinema Sins takes aim at Men In Black 3, and, surprise surprise, they found some sins.
With Lone Ranger about to hit theaters, Cinema Sins takes a look at the original Johnny Depp & Gore Verbinski team-up, Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl.
Cinema Sins celebrates The 4th of July by nitpicking the beloved action classic, Independence Day.
Most known for being movie nitpickers, the folks at Cinema Sins are branching out with a new “cooking” show that promises dishes that taste exactly like various movies. First up: The Great Gatsby Cocktail. Some of the ingredients may surprise you, or disgust you.
They’ve nitpicked The Avengers, The Dark Knight, Harry Potter, and more. But today, the guys at Cinema Sins turn the sin counter on themselves to deliver Everything Wrong With Cinema Sins.
Before Man of Steel, Warner Brothers tried to reboot the Superman franchise in 2006 with Superman Returns. There’s probably a reason they’re rebooting it again now, don’t you think?
Enter Cinema Sins, doing what they do best by nitpicking Superman Returns from start to finish.
Cinema Sins takes aim at one of the more infamous comic book movies, and one Ryan Reynolds might want to take back: Green Lantern. As you can imagine, they found some issues.
The Cinema Sins guys have started taking on some classics, this week pointing their sin cannon at the beloved 90’s adventure film, Jurassic Park. They found some sins, as usual, but nowhere near as many as they find in most films.
In anticipation of the upcoming Star Trek Into Darkness, CinemaSins has taken a look at the reboot that started it all, 2009’s Star Trek. As usual, they found a lot of sins.
Some people believe there’s not a single thing wrong with Tarantino’s Django Unchained. Then there’s Cinema Sins, who are on an apparent mission to find things wrong with every movie. Here’s their list of “sins” for Django Unchained
Cinema Sins doubles down this week in advance of Iron Man 3’s U.S. release by listing the sins of both previous Iron Man movies. Today’s release: the sins of Iron Man 2. And if you saw Iron Man 2, you probably remember how sinful it was.
With Iron Man 3 due in theaters any day, the folks at Cinema Sins have decided to turn their sin goggles on the first film in the Iron Man franchise.