Stop! Or My Mom Will Shoot – The Cinema Snob

Remember that time Sylvester Stallone and Estelle Getty teamed up to stop a group of illegal arms dealers?

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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. I remember seeing this at a friend’s birthday party as a kid, it’s definitely an odd one.

  2. I’ve been waiting for you to review this movie. It even makes sense that this movie was written by the same guy who later wrote Fat Slags. I thankfully haven’t seen that movie, but I’ve seen Bastard Film Brain’s review on it.

    0:39 & 16:08- Pretty much the Razzies in a nutshell. Fuck ’em

    Now I know why Stallone and Schwarzenegger had that kinda/sorta/ feud.

    2:34- At least he still doesn’t look like a bitch.

    5:53- I’m just thankful that MY mom never showed MY baby pictures to random strangers.

    6:55- What mental ward did Stallone’s mother break out of!?

    8:07- Oh my god, I wish this WAS Mannequin. And when are you gonna get to reviewing Mannequin Too?

    8:56- Aw crap, I’m getting Cop and a Half flashbacks.

    11:33- That music sounds like it should end with episodes of a really shitty buddy cop show with a group laugh freeze frame.

    12:13- Why didn’t the car explode after it crashed into the garbage? WHY!?

    I was hoping for a Top Dog reference. Thanks, Brad.

    14:43- (Cut to black and role credits with the theme of Different Strokes playing)

    15:01- Please tell me you’ll review Rhinestone in Musical March (In September).


    Good job, Arnold, for giving possibly one of the best pranks in Hollywood history. But seriously, this movie sucks and blows.


  3. I remember this era. Arnold had a string of successful comedies like Kindergarten Cop, Jingle all the Way, and Twins, and Sly wanted in. I never saw this movie, but I remember it getting panned at the time.

    As for the rivalry and their range as actors, Schwarzenegger was never able to pull off Drama, and Stallone could never do comedy.

  4. This one is definitely a guilty pleasure for me.

  5. Wow! Great review! I had never heard that Arnold Schwarzenegger had pranked Stallone into starring in this film! Classic! Btw, you missed out on commenting about how awful Stallone’s shirts are throughout this film. Regardless, keep up the great work!

  6. Apparently, someone watched this review and then decided to interview Ah-nuld about his “master plan”.
    I never thought the day would come in which Brad Jones would “control” what “the masses” would perceive as news.

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