Captain America – The Cinema Snob

The Cinema Snob is back with a look at the early 90s version of Captain America!

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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.

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25 Comments on "Captain America – The Cinema Snob"

Bathory67
Guest

Man I remember renting this movie when I was younger.I bought the Collector’s Edition blue ray that came out a couple of years ago.It looked good but now knowing there is a directors cut I wish they put that in the Collector’s Edition.

Shinigami
Guest

Well in comics Red Skull has daughter so it’s not far fetched that some one was willing to not only fuck him but also give birth to his offspring.

MightyDavidson
Guest

Of course in the comics, the Red Skull’s namesake was just a mask until sometime in the 90s.

RockmanX3
Guest

I remember seeing this on VHS as a kid and still thinking it was cheesy back then. Even the arcade game was less cheesy and that was the ultimate cheeseball superhero fest.

Cheese.

mbellardini
Guest

Ned Beatty and Ronny Cox were in Deliverance.

TragicGuineaPig
Guest

I just want to know one thing: Is REB BROWN finally going to get his much-deserved MCU cameo?

SpeedyEric
Guest

HELL. FUCKIN’. NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!

SpeedyEric
Guest
They failed to make Captain America awesome in 1944, 1979, and 1990. Thank God Marvel came to their senses around 2011 with their Cinematic Universe. Also, I watched the first half of this movie on YouTube less that a month before the first Iron Man movie came out; I stopped watching, because it was fuckin’ boring. 4:35- One, I like “Hail Hydra!” better, thank you very much. Two, we have ourselves an internet meme. Three, nice Indiana Jones joke. Does anyone else notice that while Steve is in the Cap suit, his ears are made of rubber? 10:16- That music… Read more »
Rezro
Guest

What are you talking about? For the 90’ties superhero/action movie it was quite decent. It was definitely far from Superman IV standard.

SpeedyEric
Guest

Like I said, I found this movie to be really, really booooooooooooooooooooooooring.

Animikean
Guest

But…it has Action President, so awesome he rescues himself

Chicken Puppet
Guest

I see you’re getting rusty Mr. Cinemas Snob!

At 1:20 Bill Mumy’s name flashes up on the screen and you don’t make a comment about wishing this movie into a cornfield?

I shall let it slide this time due to your recent physical injury as surely I shall be less lenient the next time you scroll up cinemas!

Eyeshot
Guest

Hey, Snob, did you know that that actress was … oh … well, dammit.

Arwijn
Guest

Does nobody remember Spoony reviewing this?

The MegaNerd
Guest

Did he? I thopught he decided not to since the NC did, instead reviewing the Reb Brown ones

Arwijn
Guest

Wait, you’re right. It’s not the same movie! 🙂

The MegaNerd
Guest

Well since those Red Browns are so lacking in impact and a lot of people find this film dull, getting them confised is not suprising at all

The only way to seperate the two is that one has this bitter dissappointment connected to it because it had that really big guy from Space Mutany but was really dull.

And it had a sequel: problem solved 🙂

TragicGuineaPig
Guest

“He’s no mad dog killer! He’s up to something!”

The MegaNerd
Guest

🙂

The MegaNerd
Guest

I liked this movie: slow and poor production levels but it’s pretty decent

6:17 is that real?

Oh puleeeeeeeeeeeaze do a crossover with Nash, Linkara and Filmbrain to review Death of the Incredibly Hulk; that would be amazing. Or Generation X: you’s squirm for monthes

Glad you’re better 🙂

Rezro
Guest

Yes, we shouldn’t forget that Cinema Snob don’t review always bad movies.

The MegaNerd
Guest

Yeah, like…like…like…I’m sorry, I’m drawing a blank

Warp
Guest

The 2011 remake was better.

ladydiskette
Guest

Ladies and gentlemen, THE RETURN OF THE SYK HITLER! 😀

CaptainRoland
Guest

You know the Nostalgia Critic already reviewed this “Pysche Hitler Picture” on August 25, 2009 right?

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