| Started out as funny, later turned into a spiteful mess.
This used to be one of my favourite YouTube series, no joke. It was a unique concept of pointing out little mistakes in a movie or things you really shouldn't notice and getting some great comedy out of it. It started out fine, it was funny and a little intriguing. I instantly became a fan and followed CinemaSins' "Everything Wrong with" series for a long time. Fast forward to today and most of what made it great is gone. Ever since 2016 they've been showing a gradual decline. They keep trying to tell everyone that everything they say in their videos shouldn't be taken seriously as it's all a joke and all said by their character that they put on which just so happens to be a massive ***hole. And for a while it was just like what they said, but after a while they started to point things out in movies that just seemed spiteful or really unnecessary. It could have been personal bias towards a certain actor/actress or something so insignificant and small that it really doesn't matter, pretty much past the points of nitpicks. And sometimes they just sinned things that didn't need to be sinned and also made a bunch of mistakes themselves. And the problem with some of the things they started to sin? They were their ACTUAL CRITICISMS of the movie they were talking about. This is all proven from their vlogs that they make after seeing a movie where they talk about what they thought of it. There is a moment in their "Age Of Ultron" video where they talk about a flaw that wasn't actually a real flaw and was just them not understanding something. Then if you watch their vlog that they made after they watched "Age Of Ultron" they bring up this exact critique. And there are many other examples which you can all go find yourselves. Whilst they occasionally have moments that are similar to their old videos as well as some decent chuckles, they have fallen so far from grace, it's insane. Their old videos will always have a special place in my heart, but their new videos show me that this "movie fan ***hole" character that they keep saying they portray actually reflects their genuine thoughts on movies.