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  • Best of the Worst is one of their new series that is quickly becoming a fan favorite
  • They take a trio of films and determine which is the best of the three, and the film selected as the worst gets dismantled
  • Notable films they judged included Hard Ticket to Hawaii, Santa Claus (the Mexican cult classic), Xtro, Thunderpants, and The Amazing Bulk


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      If you’re a regular visitor of YouTube over the past few years, chances are you’ve come across the world renowned critical deconstruction of Star Wars Episode One: The Phantom Menace. Clocking in at 70 minutes, it features a film school grade examination presented by a narrator, who is a psychotic killer. While many Lucas apologists and fanboys in denial have come to the defense of Phantom Menace, there is no denying that particular trilogy were filled with inconsistencies and visual effects overindulgence.

      To the surprise of many, these critiques by the character, Mr. Plinkett, got their start with the Star Trek films featuring the Next Generation cast. Along with both Star Trek and Star Wars


      films, Plinkett would review other films, notable selections include Baby’s Day Out, Avatar, Cop Dog, and Titanic. Fans have repeated hounded the group, eagerly awaiting the next review from Plinkett.

      For myself, as well as others, Red Letter Media creator Mike Stoklasa performs the review version of Plinkett. This is the version most people are familiar with. Credit for creating the character goes to Rich Evans, who plays the Plinkett character for the Half in the Bag reviews. While Stoklasa gets the glory as Plinkett, Evans has his moments where he shines as his take on the character.

      In addition to the Plinkett reviews, Red Letter Media offers a great deal of programs. Half

      in the Bag is an episodic movie review series featuring Stoklasa and co-member Jay Bauman, as well as Evans as Plinkett. For the majority of the episodes, Mike and Jay offer much insight and analysis of the films they review. One of their best reviews is their tearing apart of the Adam Sandler disaster, Jack & Jill. Here, they basically lay out how Sandler made such a cheap-looking movie with such a ridiculous budget. Their reviews for Movie 43, Pain & Gain, and Step Up Revolution are worthy viewing as well.

      Best of the Worst is one of their new series that is quickly becoming a fan favorite. Mike and Jay are joined ...


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      by Evans, Jessi, Jack and Josh (aka The Wizard). They take a trio of films and determine which is the best of the three, and the film selected as the worst gets dismantled. Notable films they judged included Hard Ticket to Hawaii, Santa Claus (the Mexican cult classic), Xtro, Thunderpants, and The Amazing Bulk.

      One series that has fallen on the wayside is Game Station 2.0. Here, Rich Evans is forced to play video games and provides entertaining reviews of them. Evans works great with group comedy and the few episodes there are for Game Station 2.0, they show he can keep the attention of the viewer.

      While there is a lot of content featured

      on their web page, their YouTube channel features other content. Some of the offerings are editing old video with new audio, often humorous in nature. There are a few videos featuring Evans, Stoklasa, and Bauman either plugging their website or just watching random videos that are sublime in their humor. Other YouTube viewers have taken their videos and re-uploaded them with subtitles in foreign languages, which only expands their fan base further.

      Red Letter Media is an internet haven for those who love movies and can appreciate off-kilter humor. They offer a nice range of content that anyone can enjoy. You can catch their work at www.redlettermedia.com as well as their channel on YouTube.




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