This is our narrator’s 2nd favorite movie of all time, and it hurt him a little to read these sins. But no movie is without sin, so we soldier on. In honor of the upcoming Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit, we bring you the sins of the very first cinematic Jack Ryan adventure, The Hunt For Red October. Yes, there were sins… no, not as many as usual.
Turning the damage-counter on another 80’s classic, Ghostbusters. You’ve probably seen it a hundred times, but have you ever counted up the monetary value of all the damage? No? Well, then, allow us to save you the trouble.
Yes, it’s time to revisit the Harry Potter franchise once again, this time for the third entry in the series, Harry Potter & The Prisoner Of Azkaban. It’s got a new Dumbledore, a horse bird, and time travel, so you know there will be plenty of sins.
Well it seems only right that, after doing the first two Lord of the Rings movies, we return for the third and final installment. If you like 3.5 hour movies that are 80% CGI battle scenes… then this is probably our favorite of the trilogy.
The Two Towers is probably our favorite film of the Lord of the Rings trilogy, but that doesn’t make it sin-free or anything. At least there aren’t any eagles.