Power Pack – The Cinema Snob

Brad reviews the live action TV pilot for Power Pack!

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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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6 Comments on "Power Pack – The Cinema Snob"

Zoey Posthuman
Guest

Wow, of all the things to adapt.

MightyDavidson
Guest

Having read the original comic, I can totally see why it was adapted. It was really well done and it had a fairly dedicated fanbase. The comic was only cancelled due to a change in the art and writing team, resulting in a severe downturn in the comic’s last dozen issues.

TragicGuineaPig
Guest

7:23 – Actually, I would have gone with: “Uuuh Huh-Huh! Huh-Huh! Huhuhuh!”

The MegaNerd
Guest

I’ve seen this: I kind of liked it, even though the effects stink and the dad is grating and all the kid school cliches are boring. I dunno, it was kind of endearing…especially the creepy little girl…

Still, this review was great: will you ever do Who’s Afraid of Diane Prince? Wonder Woman in that is apparently played by the girlfriend in Plant of the Apes.

SpeedyEric
Guest

This pilot is cheaper than the 1997 Justice League movie.

They used Danny Elfman’s music from Beetlejuice and Edward Scissorhands, because the music from Batman would have been too obvious.

9:53- I caught the quick frame of Beetlejuice.

PotatoOni
Guest

02:05 That narrator should talk to the wizard Shazam. I bet they’d get along well with both of them giving random kids super powers and stuff.

03:45 Isn’t that a bit too early to teach the kids how to use the Genkidama?

06:00 I blame Scooby Doo. That show has a bad influence on kids.

08:35 But what’s with the Phantom Starnger? He’s technically a good guy… sort of.

If Wolverine was in this movie it would’ve basicly been The Babynator with super powers.

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