Old Fashioned – Cinema Snob

The Cinema Snob sits through truly one of the worst romance films ever made, Old Fashioned.

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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. I'm a big guy. For you.


  1. Oh my god, I actually made an account just to comment. Clay is just like a guy who was interested in me years ago in high school, when I attended church regularly. Like, this was a horror movie to me, because they are so similar (the only difference is that he sought me out instead of the other way around). The first day we met, the FIRST question he asked me if I was interested in having kids and if so, how many would I have. He was not interested in me as a person, he wanted a Christian baby-making machine. We were in a church play together and he wouldn’t leave me alone. It was creepy. Meanwhile, everyone was ignoring how I felt and were saying how sweet and “old-fashioned” he was. To get him off my back, I stopped attending church regularly and lo-and-behold, he wasn’t interested anymore. His mom was still interested in hooking us up, for YEARS (a whole ‘nother story).

    Point is, this behavior is not charming at all. There is a reason why it’s old-fashioned and it disturbs me that this movie is romanticizing it. It disturbs me that Christian families are probably showing this to their daughters as an example to follow.

  2. You know the scariest thing is, I am Christian, do prefer more traditional romances, AND MY LAST NAME IS CLAY!

    This movie is like a warning to me. I don’t what the warning is, but I pray that I don’t come off half as creepy as that character.

  3. HermioneHotpants

    As if religion isn’t insane enough already, they make films like this that make it look even more idiotic.

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