Blooper Reel: The Cinema Snob & The Nostalgia Critic’s Passion of the Christ

A collection of outtakes from The Cinema Snob and The Nostalgia Critic’s crossover on The Passion of the Christ.

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Brad Jones portrays The Cinema Snob, a pretentious film snob who is stuck with reviewing Z-Grade exploitation flicks of the past. I'm a big guy. For you.

6 comments

  1. Good segment.

    All I got to say is if this was filmed when the movie was new, you guys would have been crucified. LOL.

  2. I love the following sentences:
    “Who brought the portable children?”
    “We come together for leprechauns, sharks, and Jesus.”
    “I shot a man.”

    The first time Brad did the fake subtitles was way back in his review of Salo in 2008 or 2009.

    I stated in the comments on the review that Jesus DOES fall 3 times, and I knew that since I was in the 2nd grade.

    RIP original Santa Christ costume.

  3. See, this is funny. I “like” the Passion, as much as anyone can. But you never made fun of me. Even the irreverent line about Jesus being fictional made me laugh–even though I disagree there.

    • And Santa Christ, who makes fun of Jesus is one of your most awesome characters. Hell, I love South Park (though this season isn’t as great). At no point do I feel like you think poorly of your audience.

  4. What? Your original Passion of the Christ review had a Nostalgia Critic crossover? Why wasn’t that included in the description, like most crossover videos? I probably would watch it if that were the case… maybe. It seemed a little disrespectful in some parts though from what I saw. Although, more Mamma Mia jokes? What, what, what? LOL, why?

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