Second Glance – Cinema Snob

Hey Scotty? New Cinema Snob episode, man.

About thecinemasnob

Brad Jones portrays The Cinema Snob, a pretentious film snob who is stuck with reviewing Z-Grade exploitation flicks of the past.

14 comments

  1. MidnightScreeningsman2014

    That was such a fake ending i don’t know why but probably because of the trailer. Yeah that Jesus man clip is awesome and I even know where the oh my God clip is from(its troll 2). Another great review and great ending(love the middle one) :()

  2. Is Snobby a new character? I don’t remember him from any of the snob’s other reviews.

  3. Snorgatch Pandalume

    So the only thing that was preventing his parents from divorcing, his teacher from quitting, and his friend from committing suicide was him being a Christian? If things were that fragile for them, it suggests there was a lot more going on that this movie didn’t show us, because it’s promoting the idea that complex problems have simple answers, and it’s always the same answer: Jesus!

    Also, yeah, he sure was broken up about his sister (an innocent child who had done nothing wrong) being zapped out of existence because of what he did. He sure did act guilty. Sure showed a lot of Christian love for her well-being. Oh well, she was only a girl, and the movie makes it very clear that women are whores. After all, one comes along every ten minutes.

  4. God save us all from these pseudo-Christian moviemakers and especially David AR White.

  5. These movies are just sad.

  6. I thought Kevin Nealon was great as the creepy angel…

  7. Hey, Scotty. …Sparkle, sparkle, sparkle!

  8. This is an outstanding remake of A Case of Spring Fever.

    “Noooooo faith! *whistle*”

  9. I know who David A.R White!!! I once got a coupon for a local Christian book store that gave 10-25% off certain Christian movies in the store: his film, Brother White, was going for 25% and some of his other films, like Me Again and Marriage Retreat, were advertised for. Surprisingly not only did I not spend the coupon but also, of all the films on offer, these included, I wanted to get the movie about a disabled, fatherless girl who is healed through the power of horse back riding. I have subsequently watch this film (called Second Chances) and discovered that this film was awful and had nothing to with religion (so being sold in a christian book store is baffling) and yet, I do not regret wanting to get it over any of this guy’s films: producer of God’s Not Dead; the moment I heard that I face-palmed

    1:13 CROSS-OVER!! CROSS-OVER!! CROSS-OVER!! CROSS-OVER!!
    1:35 wait, is Romans mis-spelled (correct me if I’m wrong)
    8:07 sweet
    8:24 love this guy; can’t help it
    16:18 thank you, thank you, thank you!
    23:11 you remember VeggieTales?!?! Sweet
    24:39 yep…and we wouldn’t have you any other way
    24:42 the face of someone who should never be allowed in 100 feet of sharp implements and telephones

    You know, maybe our protagonist is lonely, not because of whatever he says, but because of his wonderful personality and completely normal, non-psycho tendencies. This is also under the belief that all the people in his life are very nice and kind, only Christians are clean and kind and pigs make regular trips to the moon. God, this movie…

    Y’know, at the beginning of this review, I thought I saw the glimmer of good intentions, saying something about persevering in faith even when it’s not most convenient or something like that: then the film got going and any idea of good intentions went flying out the window. This movie is so passive aggressively ugly, being really poisonous about….everything!! It’s really bloody annoying: to all who watched this movie who are not Christian, I’m truly sorry: we’re really don’t hate you guys.

    All of these movies are just depressing as their basically ‘How to Stuff-Up Christianity in under an hour’

    Great review Snob: how long are you going to be reviewing Christian films? Just curious;

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