The Langoliers – Nostalgia Critic

The Nostalgia Critic reviews 1995’s The Langoliers.

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5 comments

  1. Star Trek IS badass

  2. Fright Night a silly movie? Fright Night? Made in 1985? Directed by Tom Holland? THAT Fright Night?
    If you’ll pardon my asking Mr Nostalgia Critic (NOT Doug Walker) how far up your own rear are you exactly?

  3. Actually I find it totally believable the pilot didn’t notice everyone was gone. He had just woken up by the girl’s screaming and immediately went to her, not only was he not really looking at the seats theres a fair amount of disorientation/distraction keeping him from noticing it (kinda like “lost in plain sight” kinda situations)
    okay, well that was longer than expected, but whatever. Also as Lizzie Quill says Star Trek totally is badass

  4. -This is a strange one that has some bad stuff but it is still a good one
    -The girl knows that there is something wrong that is why she douse not want to go around
    -He is the one who proves why parents must not be assholes to there children or they will be like him
    -The dad is not that overacting much
    -Captain Ginyu dance of joy is better
    -Why would they let her get close to her
    -What did you expected the Langoliers to look like
    -I agree why are they happy even after they return

  5. Okay, I know that this is absolutely silly, but this movie scared the *crap* outta me as a child. Granted I was very young when I saw it, only saw from the point where the writer is trying to figure out what’s going on (the part with nine pauses) and never actually finished the film (we left before it was over), but there was something that just absolutely scarred my five-year-old psyche about it.

    Probably didn’t help that when I saw it, it was playing *just before* I was going to get on a plane to Florida.

    Yeah, that was probably it.

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