An Ode To My Contemporaries: Part 7

Last week on Kaycee And The Forefront, I mentioned The Nostalgia Critic sequentially being my second influence in reviewing both movies and TV shows, as I started to watch his content after I watched the content of the Angry Video Game Nerd. And of course, that wasn’t the only thing that I mentioned last week because in addition, I mentioned his (The Nostalgia Critic’s) snarky style in his reviews, such as The Pest and Suburban Commando, helping me shape the snarky style that I utilized in my review of SEAL Patrol, along with it being a bit of an influence in my review of the Bruce Willis movie “Hostage”.

Alright, so now that I’ve established the recap of last week’s Kaycee And The Forefront entry, the question you all are probably asking is, “What will the topic of this entry be?”

Well given that I have a little bit more ground to cover about The Nostalgia Critic, the topic of this entry will obviously be him again.

Of course, I did cite both The Pest and Suburban Commando, as well as Gordy, being three of the video reviews of his that I saw. However, those three video reviews were just the tip of that iceberg, as I watched countless others multiple times. And since I don’t want to jam up this paragraph with countless others, I’ll cite some of them via the bullet points below:

  • Little Nemo: Adventures In Slumberland
  • The Garbage Pail Kids Movie
  • Felix The Cat: The Movie
  • Doug’s 1st Movie
  • Once Upon A Forest
  • Jack (1996 Movie)
  • Flubber
  • Patch Adams
  • Mr. Magoo
  • Captain N: The Game Master
  • FernGully: The Last Forest
  • FernGully 2: The Magical Rescue
  • The Secret Of NIMH 2
  • Saved By The Bell

Of course, The Nostalgia Critic was mostly harsh about all of that cited source material above. And other than the facts that I both have a tattoo of Mega Man and that I find Princess Lana to be one of the hottest cartoon women ever, I agree with the rest of that harshness, except with one slight subsequent change, which is that his review of Saved By The Bell made me do jot down sessions (52 now) of that show. And as to why that slight subsequent change, well A) I find that Zack Morris was/is a character that was/is relatable to me in a way, B) Watching that show brings back a whole lot of childhood memories, C) Kelly Kapowski was hands down my childhood celebrity crush when I was 10 years old and D) Doing all of these jot down sessions has re-reminded me of Point C. So with the previous sentence being said, I obviously moved Saved By The Bell to the “disagree” category, along with holding it in much higher regard than the aforementioned Captain N: The Game Master. But all the other stuff via those bullet points? Well, those are all fair game, so no complaints from me.

To be continued.