Nostalgia Critic Real Thoughts On – Balto

The Nostalgia Crtic made fun of it, but do Rob and Doug actually not like the animated nostalgic classic, Balto?

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6 comments

  1. Wait I thought Bad movie Beatdown had the top spot when it came out on Fridays. Why does a real thoughts vlog video outrank the 2016 best to worst BMB exactly?

  2. Braveheart: it takes on a whole new meaning when you find out that the Princess he supposedly committed adultery with was about 8-years-old when William Wallace died. *JIBBLY JIBBLY JIBBLY!*

    “BACONBACONBACON IT’S BACOOOOON!!”

  3. AmbrosiusAurelianus

    Man, it’s been ages since I’ve seen “Balto.” My animal-crazy cousin loved the movie and I remember seeing it with her at least once, and maybe some other time in my childhood. I remember vaguely liking it — wolves have always been my favorite animal — but never remembered much about it. I wouldn’t have considered checking it out again, but your love for the things it does well means that I’ll keep my eye out for it. Thanks!

  4. Devil's Advocate

    I actually don’t know of anything really wrong with the film’s sequels. for one, they don’t even try to say it was a true story witch you guys might like and Kodi in the third movie was clearly conflicted about weather to help Balto and didn’t just suddenly make a face turn. and if you look at it from his point of view, it’s a bit understandable why he at first wanted to leave Duke to die.

    and I don’t think Steele needed any fleshing out. not everyone in real life has even the tiniest bit of good in them, there are monsters out there that have literally no personality outside of being evil. like the guy I have mentioned before a lot lately, H. H. Homes who said “I was born with the devil inside me. I could not help being a murder any more then a poet can help the inspiration to sing. I was born with the evil one as my sponsor beside the bed were I was ushered into the world and he has been with me since.” and he said all this as a matter of pride and never regretted the 200 murders he committed.

  5. Please do a The LEGO Batman Movie vlog

  6. I watched this movie as a kid a few times. However, I didn’t see it often because I saw it as depressing. Heck, I think I saw We’re Back more and I DEFINTELY saw Road to El Dorado more. Although, Doug thinks Pocahontas is a bad movie? Wha-?

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