Chris Stuckmann Movie Reviews (2011– )

TV Series   |  Comedy, Talk-Show


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A boy named Chris Stuckmann uses a letter grading system to review most movies that come out in cinemas.


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31 December 2017 | Foreverisacastironmess123
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| The most overrated movie reviewer on Youtube, quantity does not equal quality Mr. Stuckmann.
Okay so I'm not particularly a fan here obviously, but I'd just like to make it clear that I'm not dissing him as a person, I don't know him, but as reviewer all bets are off and I strongly feel that this guy is a hack, as there's nothing remotely exceptional or entertaining about his reviews or the way he tells them, all he does in every single one is speak in a flat monotone as he describes a movie's plot while offering one or two vague observations and opinions until he mercifully wraps the thing up with a crowd-pleasing "..and get Stuckmannized!" I'm just stating a fact here, there's really nothing to his show but a long series of flat duds that give virtually nothing, and his style really hasn't changed or altered significantly in seven years of doing this! His success and popularity as a reviewer are very much undeserved in my opinion, and I cannot believe that some actually consider him to be some kind of great legit film critic and talk about him like he's one of the best, when he isn't even on the cusp of being one of the best, I've seen real amateurs who were more informative and fun to watch. The only reason he even has a million subscribers is because he puts out about three episodes a week and you can't really help but bump into one of his bleh little reviews if you're looking up reviews on a specific movie. I find him contemptible and I haven't learned a solitary thing in watching many of his tiny non-threatening and easy-listening vanilla sandwich reviews- a vanilla sandwich being something that's neither too offensively horrible but definitely not quite good either but something that nestles comfortably in a unsatisfying grey zone that never goes anywhere.. He's always raving about what a great passion for cinema he has and I'm sure he does, but the fact is that passion certainly doesn't translate to his dull as dishwater show. I'd like to hopefully enlighten some people to how fun and interesting a movie reviewer can actually be by naming ten movie reviewers or shows with movie reviewers, who are all very much superior in the medium of film reviewing than Chris Stuckmann is. 1: James Rolfe, aka The Angry Video Game Nerd. 2: The former Nostalgia Chick, Lindsey Ellis. 3: I Hate Everything's Alex Beltman. 4: The Cinema Snob. 5: All the guys from Half in the Bag. 6: Good Bad Flicks. 7: Decker Shado. 8: Otoobach. 9: Mike of OCP Communications. 10: Ghostbait1. As a reviewer, Stuckmann is an underwhelming stiff and a bore, one who is vastly overrated, unrewarding, and just very mediocre and painfully average! I'm definitely not a fan, I think he's insincere and quietly smug and a liar, there are countless more talented and interested reviewers out there, but you know what to each his own, all the negativity in the world won't change anyone's mind so whatever :P


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Genres

Comedy | Talk-Show

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Release Date:

7 June 2011

Language

English


Country of Origin

USA

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