|84 85%||John Adams (2008) - Apr 23, 2019
"I'm a sucker for historical period pieces, doubly so when it comes to the founding fathers of America. This is a great version of one of those. Everything is well-acted, produced, and, at least to my understanding, very historically accurate."
|63 62%||Mr. Plinkett's the Star Wars Awakens Review (2016) - Apr 22, 2019
"This is unfocused in a way that the older reviews never were, boy is that a weird sentence to type seriously. The Hollywood business aspects of this review work and some of the fanbase analysis/reaction really does not. The concept of Plinkett taking on less film-oriented criticisms of Hollywood productions and more Hollywood as a business is a clever concept but it needs to be done more thoroughly than in this. Still very entertaining at the least."
|59 58%||Mr. Plinkett's Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull Review (2011) - Apr 22, 2019
"Still very funny but the insights are not as sharp and the character is not tailor-made for this particular material the same way that Plinkett seemed razor-honed to take on the Star Wars audience."
|85 86%||Attack of the Clones Review (2010) - Apr 22, 2019
"The second time around Plinkett is still funny (I know he existed before the Prequel reviews) and still insightful. The real-world bits are not always funny but when they work, they are some of the best Plinkett content ever produced."
|75 73%||re:View (2016) - Apr 22, 2019
"Some of the film choices on here are bizarre but that is both par for the course and a testament to how great, and I would even say important, RedLetterMedia is to modern film criticism in the YouTube era."
|85 86%||Best of the Worst (2013) - Apr 22, 2019
"One of the best shows about bad b-movies you will ever see. It is the most consistently entertaining show on RedLetterMedia which is high praise considering how many solid shows that channel has."
|17 13%||ESPN First Take (2007) - Apr 22, 2019
"I hope you like moronic, bombastic talking-head sports personalities yelling over each other on the hottest sports topics of the day pretending its an important discussion. I love sports as much as the next guy but this takes itself as seriously as Fox News or CNN without any of the relevant social issues."
|60 59%||The Daily Show (1996) - Apr 22, 2019
"A very inconsistent show, which is to be expected given its nature as a satire with multiple hosts, writers, and performers. It is funny but far less so when its clear bias is allowed to shine and the jokes become less funny and more pandering."
|79 78%||The Colbert Report (2005) - Apr 22, 2019
"Colbert is a master of satire. This might not be as politically astute as other shows of its era but it was always the funniest."
|23 19%||Home Improvement (1991) - Apr 22, 2019
"Did all generic 90's sitcoms come together to spawn this monstrosity? It is just the most network-friendly crap ever, this could have been made by a computer program but a series of 1's and 0's might actually have some semblance of emotional weight which this lacks."