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Jingle all the Way – Nostalgia Critic

October 16, 2019


Hello, I’m the Nostalgia Critic. I remember it so you don’t have to. Well… Christmas is over, Santa has come, and… I guess I got a little bit of a post-Christmas blues. I mean… 12 months waiting, weeks upon weeks of hoping for the world’s greatest Christmas gifts, and what did I get? A Nintendo Wii entertainment system, two fully-functional controllers, the latest edition of Super Smash Bros. Brawl… and no Mario Kart? Suck my candy cane, Santa! That was the cream of the yuletide crop, and you knew it! Instead, what did I get in my stocking? A holly, jolly dose of BULLSHIT known as “Jingle All the Way”‘. The first and, thank God, only Christmas film to star international punch line Arnold Schwarzenegger. And since I got the post-Christmas blues, you’re gonna share this hunk of stinking yellow snow with me. So! Grab your vomit bags and get ready to find out oh what fun it is to ride in a horse-shit-spewing fuck ride like this one! Let’s take a look. So, it starts out with a show called “Turbo Man”. I’d say it’s like Power Rangers for younger kids, but it’s more like Power Rangers for retarded kids. I mean, I think this is the film’s first big hole: No normal, functioning kid would actually watch this intergalactic space crap. I mean, seriously, what kid would watch a show with a flying, hunchback saber tooth Care Bear in it? Well, apparently, this kid would: a little boy named Jamie played by Jake Lloyd. Jake Lloyd. Hmm. Now, where do I know that name? [Dun dun DUNNN!!!] Oh! Ah! AHHH!!! [Glass breaks]
[Critic screams while falling] [Thud] My god, what a tall building! He’s upset because his father is a workaholic played by Arnold Schwarzenegger. I’d just be upset if my father was Arnold Schwarzenegger. The last straw is when Arnold misses his son’s karate graduation. Arnold tries to make it but is caught in traffic and is also stopped by the world’s oldest policeman. {Look, sir, I’m in kind of a hurry.} Oh, well, if you’re in a [thick accent] “hur-ray”. Arnold tries to “hur-ray” up but ultimately misses the ceremony. {I didn’t make it.} Thanks… Arnold. I never would have figured that out if you didn’t say something. What is this? Movies for the blind? [As Arnold Schwarzenegger]
“I’m walking down the hallway. I stop to catch my breath. “I look into an empty room with a janitor to emphasize what a douche bag I am.” {I didn’t make it.} Things don’t get much better when his next-door-neighbor, played by Phil Hartman, starts becoming more fatherly than he does. {Sorry you missed the karate class today, but don’t worry. I got it all on video for ya.} [As Phil Hartman]
“Hi. I’m Troy McClure! “You may remember me from such horrible Christmas classics as ‘Here Comes Stephen Segal’… ‘Frosty the Van Damme’, and ‘The Stalone Who Stole Christmas’!” Arnold tries to apologize to his son, but Jamie’s heart has been broken too many times for him to listen. {Jamie! Don’t walk away from your father!} [As Arnold Schwarzenegger]
“You will come to me, Jaime! Or I will destroy you! “BLAAAGH!” {Is this it? Wow!} {THIS… is really cool. What do you think, Jamie?} [Karate yells] And this guy was a multi-million-dollar action star. Life is stupid. But Arnold, still feeling bad, tries to find a way to make it up to his son. {If there’s something really important you’ve been wanting for Christmas…} [As Jake Lloyd]
“Well, I’ve always wanted to ruin a Star Wars Movie.” {I want the Turbo Man action figure with the arms and legs that move, and the boomerang shooter, and the rockin’, roaring jetpack…} {You’ll shoot your eye out, kid!} {Johnny’s gonna get one, and so is everybody else I know! Whoever doesn’t is gonna be a real loser.} {Well, it definitely won’t be you.} {Thanks, Dad! I love you.} Aw! Materialism brings everybody together. That’s what Christmas is all about! There’s only one problem, though: Arnold doesn’t have the doll. {Which reminds me: You got the doll, right?} {The doll!} I love how the wife isn’t even really acting here. She’s just preparing for the world’s most unconvincing head duck for the camera. She does it so fast, I wonder if she hits her head on the sink. {You got the doll, right?} [BAM!] [Forceful exhale]
That’s gonna hurt. I also love this over-the-top expression that Arnold gives that looks like the cliff hanger of a horrible 80s sitcom. {Because, at this point, they’d probably be impossible to find.} “Uh oh! How’s Arnold gonna get out of this one? “Will he have time to get the gift? Or will the most unpractical and implausible of hi-jinks ensue? “Tune in next time when Master-Piece-Of-Shit Theater continues!” We find out, though, that while Arnold has to get the doll, he might miss the Christmas parade that they always go to. But Arnold reassures his son. {I’ll be there. I promise.} Am I the only one who thinks this touching moment looks relatively threatening? {I’ll be there.} [Deep, demonic voice]
“I promise.” [As Arnold Schwarzenegger]
“I will eat you, Jamie!” [Vicious growling] While waiting in line at the toy store, he comes across a mailman who’s looking for the same toy, played by the thankfully underappreciated Sinbad. {They spend billions of dollars on TV advertisement,} {and then they sit there and use subliminal messages to suck your children’s minds out!} If you were somehow blessed with not remembering this early-90s rape of comedy, consider that your own personal Chrstimas gift. Oh, okay, he’s not that bad, but he does seem to have this unique talent of just sucking the comedy out of a scene. Even if there’s no comedy to be found. {And then, they sit there and make your kid feel like garbage if you, the father, who’s workin’ 24/7 delivering mail} {so you can make an alimony payment to a woman that slept with everybody at the post office but me!} You hear that lack of joy and laughter that most people hear when certain comedians are around? THAT… is the power of Sinbad. They try to go and get the doll, but it turns out the store is all out. {I’m trying to find a Turbo Man doll.} [Wheezing laughter] {These guy are looking for a… Turbo Man?}
{A Turbo Man doll.} [Loud laughter] {Turbo Man is only the hottest-selling Christmas toy, ever! Duh!} “And I think I’m having a psychotic episode. Duh!” [Goofy chuckling] {Where is your Christmas spirit?} That’s the Arnold we all know and love! Now squash their heads like grapefruit! Pussy! He spots someone driving away with it, but, unfortunately, the driver recognizes Schwarzenegger and correctly steps on the gas. Arnold goes from store to store, trying to find a Turbo Man, but comes out empty-handed. He takes his frustration out on a cardboard cutout as it’s the only performance that’s more wooden than his. [As Arnold Schwarzenegger]
“I will destroy you, cardboard!” [Growling and yelling] As if we didn’t have enough annoying performances, Phil Hartman comes in again to put the moves on Arnold’s wife. {It’s Christmas Eve and you’re slaving over a hot stove. Is this the Mom of the Year or what?} {It’s no big deal.}
{And modest, too.} [As Phil Hartman]
“You know I’m the antagonist in this picture because “all poorly-written antagonists always talk in a slimy, over-the-top voice.” [Creepy groaning] Things get even worse when Arnold tries to call his wife and instead gets Nasty McJackass on the line. {Ted, I need to speak to my wife.} {I think she’s in the shower, Howard. You want me to go check?} {NO!} [As Arnold Schwarzenegger]
“You stay away from my wife! Or I’ll eat you!” {Your wife’s cookies are out of this world!} {Who told you you could eat my cookies?} “You stay away from my cookies!” {OH, THESE COOKIES! I gotta get the recipe from Liz.} {PUT THAT COOKIE DOWN!} “Stay away from my wife, stay way from my cookies, and stay away from my wife’s cookies! “OR I DESTROY YOU!” {There’s the next batch. Gotta go, Howard.} [Stammers]
[Dial tone] “COOKIIIIIIIES!!!” {Hey! Hey! Hey! look who it is!} Oh, good! For a second there, I started tolerating the art of film-making. {You and I, we’re the same kind of person.} [Laughing]
Yeah, except, uh, he’s successful and you’re not. {Late delivery of Turbo Men at Toy Horse!} God! At the store, unfortunately, they hand out colored balls that will take place in a drawing that will decide who gets the toy and who doesn’t. {If you’re not one of the lucky few, we have PLENTY of Turbo Man’s faithful pet tiger, Booster, in stock.} [As Arnold Schwarzenegger]
“Fuck Booster! Give me the Turbo Man, you girly man!” Things get ugly when the mob breaks out and Sinbad steals the ball away from Arnold. {HE GOT TWO! HE GOT TWO!}
{GET THE MAILMAN!} [As Arnold Schwarzenegger]
“Destroy him! Destroy him then eat him!” Unfortunately, the ball moves a lot like Flubber as it keeps getting higher and higher the more times it bounces around. It falls into the hands of a… genderly undefinable child… as Arnold roams through the mall’s playground to get it back. [As Arnold Schwarzenegger]
“Out of my way, children! Or I eat you! I eat you all!” {Hi, little girl!} Girl! That’s what it was. {No! Give me the ball!} Fortunately, more people recognize Arnold and give him the proper greeting that he’s used to… which still means no Turbo man, but hope comes in the shape of a Belushi. {You want a Turbo Man for Christmas?} {Forget it. I’m not gonna sit in YOUR lap!} {That’s not my bag.} Oh, hey! A gay joke in a children’s film. Merry Christmas. He tells him where he can get a Turbo Man at this sort of underground, disgruntled Santa workshop where they sell hard-to-find toys at outrageous prices. But Arnold is given a false product as he tries to escape the workshop without paying. But this is harder than it seems as Arnold’s confronted by dozens of Santas, killer elves, and even a ninja that uses candy canes as nunchucks. Ladies and gentlemen, welcome to Idiot Land! Where nothing is too ridiculous or too insulting to anyone’s intelligence. Want to see Arnold fight homicidal Santa Clauses with a candy cane? Nothing is too hard for us in Idiot Land. Want to see a musclebound giant hit a little person across the room? In the realms of Idiot Land, anything is possible. Idiot Land. It’s full of… IDIOTS! So Arnold finally escapes and calls his son to let him know the bad news that not only did he not get the doll, but he probably won’t be able to make it to the parade. {When someone makes a promise, they definitely should keep it.} {You know, it’s like what Turbo Man says.} {“Always keep your promises if you want to keep your friends.”} [As Jake Lloyd]
“Yay! I’m acting!” {What would you know about keeping your promises?! You never keep your promises!} {You never do ANYTHING you say you’re gonna do! EVER!} [As Jake Lloyd]
“Well, that just puckers my lips!” [Calmly]
{Damn you, Howard.} Gee, that wasn’t over-dramatic. {Damn you, Howard.} [As Rita Wilson]
“Damn you.” “Damn you.” [Phone rings] “Hello?” “My pizza’s gonna be late?” “Damn you.” Because the pits of Hell decided we haven’t suffered enough, we get ANOTHER appearance by Sinbad as he tries to patch things up with Arnold once more. {I remember one Christmas, I wanted this one, special toy: Johnny Seven OMA gun.} {You remember those, don’t you?}
{No.} {I still remember the commercial like it was yesterday.} Gee, would you be so kind as to, uh, NOT reenact it for us? {“Johnny to Peter, Johnny to Peter. Enemies sighted.”} {“Roger that!”} Oh… God, I hate you. {… one-man-army gun.} [As Rita Wilson]
“Damn you. Damn you!” Wondering how much he’s getting paid for this movie, Arnold suddenly looks over and imagines his son having a very similar future. {Here’s to you, Dad.} [As Arnold Schwarzenegger]
“Dear God! My son is going to grow up to be an unsuccessful, unfunny black man!” But the chase continues as they rush into a radio station that apparently gives out the Turbo Man to anyone who can answer a holiday question. But that turns out to be bogus, too. So the police come in, thank God, to try and take him away. But Sinbad tries to get out of it by taking one of his packages and pretending it’s a bomb. {Ciao, baby.} {You shouldn’t mess with that.} [Gentlemen… we’ve been duped.} [Sighs of relief] [Explosion] {That was really a bomb? This is a SICK world we’re living in! SICK people!} [Chuckling]
That was actually kinda funny. [Laughing]
This movie actually had a funny moment in it! Look! I’m smiling! I’m actually smiling! [Laughing harder]
This movie actually had a really funny scene! [Laughing] [Cops coughing] {How many years in the bomb squad?} [Forced laughter] No. No, you’re ruining the joke! Don’t ruin the one funny scene you have in this movie! [Insane laughter turns into yelling] You did it! You actually did it! You ruined the only funny joke in the movie, you jingle balls of ass! DAMN YOU! DAMN YOU ALL TO HELL!
[Sobbing] Arnold stoops to the ultimate low as he tries to steal a Turbo Man from Phil Hartman’s house. But, luckily, a psychotic, blood-hungry reindeer hunts him down to make sure he doesn’t get away with it. Hey, don’t look at me! I didn’t write it. His wife finally decides to take her son to the parade, leaving Arnold behind. {Ted, would you drive us?}
{Of course.} {You can’t bench press your way out of this one.} Arnold searches for the appropriate response. {Fuck you, asshole.} Oh, it turns out the reindeer is still hungry for Austrian meat. [Groans in pain] Oh, good. What do you think the big, witty Schwarzenegger line is gonna be? {You started it.} [Stammers]
What? That’s all you got? Come on! You’re Arnold Schwarzenegger! You’re a professional at this! Come on! There’s a million better witty lines you could say, like… Or… Or, if you’re really desperate… Just show us that you’re trying! So they show up to the parade of the only affordable copyrighted characters they could get, where Arnold tries one more time to set things right. Here, he’s mistaken for a stuntman/actor. Isn’t he already? Where he’s slipped into – here’s a big shocker – a Turbo Man outfit. I guess it figures. Arnold already resembles an inanimate object that shouts nothing but corny catchphrases. [Arnold]
{I know you! You’re Booster!} [Man in Booster suit]
{Yeah! And who the hell do you think you are? Mary Poppins?!} Eww. That’s an image: Arnold Schwarzenegger as Mary Poppins. Eww! Deleted! Arnold also partakes in, get this, a special part of the parade where he hands out a Turbo Man doll to a special child in the audience. Gee. I wonder who it could be. [Amplified]
{JAMIE!} {He knows my name.} [As Jake Lloyd]
“And he has a thick, Austrian accent for some reason.” So Jamie marches up there and collects his prize and has the greatest Christmas Day ever. Right. Yeah. I know the routine. Yeah. I’m gonna say something like, “Well, that wasn’t as bad as I thought it would be. “I mean it was bad, but it wasn’t horrible.” And then? The movie’s gonna surprise me with the shittiest part of the entire film! Well, I’m not gonna fall for it. Nope. I’m betting you anything that this is not the end of the movie. {Merry Christmas, Jamie.} Nope. Nope. Not the end. Not the end. {Liza, I think Turbo Man has selected a winner.} Really? No surprises, or anything? No last-minute climax? No cheasy, over-the-top special effects? Really? Okay. Alright. I mean… It’s true. It wasn’t as bad as I thought it would be. I mean it was bad, but not nearly as horrible as– [Female host]
{It’s Turbo Man’s archenemy!} FUCK YOU, MOVIE! FUCK YOU! FUCK YOU! FUCK YOU! FUCK YOU! FUCK YOU! FUCK YOU! So Sinbad comes in, dressed up as Turbo Man’s arch nemesis, the Green Dildo. {Come on, Myron. You’re taking this too far.} Yes, listen to the person dressed up as Turbo Man. He’s not taking anything too far. So the boy runs away with the doll as Sinbad tries to get it from him. Everybody just applauds as they assume this is all just part of the act. {This could be the end of civilization as we know it.} No argument here. [What’ya gonna do now, kid?!} [As Arnold Schwarzenegger]
“That’s right, Jamie! Kick him in the balls! They are man’s greatest design flaw!” So Jamie actually climbs up a tall building all because he can’t give away his beloved, fucking Turbo Man. {Alright, kid. End of the line! Just give me the doll!}
{Never!} [As Jake Lloyd]
“I would sooner die than part with my commercial piece of plastic!” Okay, kid. There’s liking a toy, and then there’s insanely obsessing over a toy! I mean, your life isn’t worth it. Just give him the damn plushie, you little moron! By the way, has anyone noticed that this is the longest stopped-parade stunt in the history of implausibility? “Well, at the rate this parade is going, Santa should float by in roughly… “12 hours.” {Fly, Turbo Man! Use your jetpack!} {It’s Turbo Ti-}
[Screaming] {Wow!} So let me get this straight… A parade that can barely afford what looks like two balloons and only a few copyrighted characters can afford a fully-functional rocket pack that even NASA couldn’t perfect yet? Is there a name for all that’s wrong with these writers?! So he’s flying through the city and… uh… uh… I… uh… [Stammering]
Okay. Alright. Ladies and gentlemen… the film just gave up. It clearly doesn’t care about the story narrative or making any semblance of logical sense, so they just said… “Fuck it”, and started showing amusing images that will hopefully entertain your kids. Well, you know what they say: “If you can’t beat ’em, join ’em.” [Nonsensical music starts] Uh oh! It looks like Jamie is slipping! {Turbo Man! HELP!} {JAMIE!!!} [As Arnold Schwarzenegger]
“Jamie! No! I will have no one to eat for later!” [Snarling] So, of course, Arnold rescues the boy and saves the day. {Thanks, Turbo Man. I knew you’d save me.} [As Jake Lloyd]
“You’re much better than that other overbuilt, Austrian guy that I look up to!” {Oh. Thank you, sir. I don’t think you know how much he means to me.} {Oh, I think I have an idea.} {I wish that Dad could have been here, ya know. See me fly and all. But he didn’t come.} {Your daddy’s not mad at you.}
{How do you know all that?} [As Jake Lloyd]
“Yes! Do tell, strange, musclebound, big-teethed, “square-jawed, Austrian-accented He Man who isn’t in any way my father!” {Well, who would know better than… me.} {Dad?!}
{Howard?!} [Stammering]
WHAAA-? I haven’t been this shocked since I found out the secret to living a long-lasting life… was breathing! But wait. What’s little Jamie up to? {Merry Christmas!} {Wow… This is gonna make my son really happy.} [As Sinbad]
“As soon as I’m done serving five to twenty.” [Chuckles] {I’m sorry about that, uh, little tension we had on the roof up there.} {Hey, it’s cool.} [As Jake Lloyd]
“I don’t care that you tried to savagely kill me “just to get your hands on a children’s possession to satisfy your own sense of self worth.” “For me, that’s what Christmas is all about!” {But, Jaime… I thought you wanted this doll more than anything.} {What do I need the doll for? I got the REAL Turbo Man at home!} [As Jake Lloyd]
“A Turbo Man who neglects me and puts his work before anything else!” {That’s my dad! That’s my dad!} [As Arnold Schwarzenegger]
“So long, Jaime. I’m off to neglect you some more.” Wow… I can safely say that we’ve all learned absolutely nothing. Well, maybe one thing: “JINGLE ALL THE WAY” CAN JINGLE ALL THE WAY TO HELL! THIS IS THE WORST CHRISTMAS GIFT SINCE DONALD TRUMP’S TOUPEE! It goes against everything that Christmas is about, gets soaked up in a festering ball of commercialism, and actually has the balls to somehow get Arnold Schwarzenegger and Sinbad in there! So, Santa, for giving me such a good gift this year, I have just one thing to say to you: You better watch out. You better not cry. You better not pout. I’m telling you why. THE NOSTALGIC CRITIC IS COMING TO YOUR HOME, BITCH! I’M RIP-ROARING PISSED! I REMEMBER IT SO YOU DON’T HAVE TO! [Bell ringing]
Ho ho ho! [Knock at door, door opens]
Ho, ho… HOOOOO!!!
[Gunshot] AND A HAPPY NEW YEAR! Reviewed by donald piper. ENJOY!!

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  1. I think this movie is how my father learned how to be a father… oh how I wish I could meet him even once…. fucken deadbeat

  2. They actually do have movies for the blind. It's called English Descriptive Audio Track, and it can be found on most DVDs.

  3. Nostalgia Critic: "I'M RIP ROARIN' PISSED! I REMEMBER IT SO YOU DON'T HAVE TO!"
    Me: I wish that was his catchphrase after a bad movie review.

  4. Fun fact, that actor at 5:51 played the White Rabbit in Disney's live action Adventures in Wonderland series in the '90s.

  5. 2:28 haha, great Simpson reference. I used to love that character (before Phil Hartman died that is).

  6. 9:52–10:02 Even though Jakey gave a “meh” performance as Anakin when he was a kid, this part is heartwarming for a reason. Video game companies should keep their promise of giving the Masses a sequel to a Mario & Luigi game they like (https://youtu.be/JxPca0O-KYU)

  7. Jingle All The Way – ''The Worst Christmas Gift since Donald Trump's Toupee'' (Nostalgia Critic)

    Now I would like to see that on the poster

  8. Would you really be disappointed if your father was Arnie? If you ever got kidnapped your obducters would be too incompetent to just kill you and Daddy would rescue you

  9. I watched the film for the first time yesterday. And I remember years back I never watched this review. Old nostalgia critic just seemed to have more spirit than his new episodes

  10. It actually kinda makes sense that Jaime wouldn’t care much that someone tried to kill him over a toy when you consider that he would be willing to do the same thing.

  11. If I may say something, I don't really think this kid ruined the Star Wars movie. I actually liked him there. But I'm also not a huge critic of Star Wars Episode I. I still like it despite some problems. Just saying Anakin wasn't one of the problems in my opinion.

  12. this guy has issues. This is the funniest movie of Arnolds career. The Rock doesn't have a movie as funny as this. Plus all comedies are dumb and over the top. Based on this guys opinion. The Ace Ventura movies are some of the worst movies of all time. Because its dumb, corny, and over the top.

  13. Hi I’m Troy McClure, you may remember me from such films & TV shows, such as The Simpsons, Godzilla & Jingle all the way, today I’m here to talk about my poor performance as a Percy owner

  14. I got a Nintendo Wii with motion plus with Super Mario Galaxy, Mario and Sonic and the Olympic games 2008, Wii Sports and Resorts, and Super Smash Bros. Brawl 8 years ago and yet no Mario Kart! Until 2 years

  15. 6:44
    That tongue thing was the perfect touch . . .
    (slams hands on table ; camera zooms into my face)
    How do we know you're not an antagonist?!

  16. At least good comedy from the late Phil Hartman is here. RIP to a hilarious guy & not someone who is sometimes unintentionally hilarious

  17. It's a shame his son didn't ask for Anakin Skywalker doll Swarzineger would of found one in the first store and got a free Jar Jar Binks doll free

  18. "This is the worst Christmas gift since Donald Trump's toupee" – that joke aged incredibly well. Like, it has layers now.

  19. Sadly, this movie mirrors real life… the Cabbage Patch craze, the Tickle-Me-Elmo craze, and most recently, the Walmart employee who was trampled to death upon opening on Black Friday.

  20. 3:02 life istupid3:38 materialistism4:02 that's gotta hurt4:05 over the top expression4:40am I the only one who thinks this touching moment looks relatively threatening4:55 by the thankfully underappreciated sinbat5:13 sucking the comedy out of a scene5:30 you hear that lack of joy and laughter but it turns out the store is all out5:53 looks confused , having a psychotic episode6:09 pussy , rightfully steps on the gas6:30 as if we didn't have enough for annoying performances6:50 creepy groaning 6:55 instead gets nasty [email protected]$$7:29 cookies7:30 oh good for a second there I started tolerating the art of filmaking7:37 yeah except he's successful and your not8:00 things get ugly when the mob8:10 destroy him , flubber bounces higher and higher8:50 gay joke9:20 welcome to idiot land10:01 yay I'm acting10:16 gee that wasn't over dramatic ,because the pits of hell decided we haven't suffered enough we get another appearance by sinbad who tries to patch things up with Arnold once more10:47 g would you be so kind as to not reenact for us? 11:15but the chase continues as a rush into a radio station that apparently gives out the11:45 sick world we're living in that was actually kind of funny12:10 don't ruin the one funny seeing you had in this12:30 damn you all to hell12:30 a psychotic blood-hungry , hey don't look at me I didn't write it13:00 searches for the appropriate response13:17 what that's all you got?13:30 or if you're really desperate , just show us that you're trying13:35 to set things right here he's mistaken for a stuntman/actor. Isn't he already , here's a big shocker14:07 ew that's an image , eww deleted14:19 gee I wonder who it could be14:40I know the routine I'm going to say something like well that wasn't as bad as I thought it would be , well I'm not going to fall for it nope , nothend15:37 FUCK YOU15:50 he's not taking anything too far15:54 everyone just applause as they assume this is all part of the act16:01 no argument here16:20 I would sooner die than part with my commercial piece of plastic16:40 in the history of implausibility?16:59 so let me gethistraight , is there a name for what's wrong with these writers?17:10it doesn't care about the story narrative for making any sense Baltic of logical sense so they just said , if you can't beat them join them18:12 so of course Arnold rescues the boy and saves the day18:52 wha19:34 neglect me and puts his work before anything else19:50 I can safely say we learned absolutely nothing20:02it goes against everything that Christmas is about gets soaked up in festering ball of commercialism

  21. This was a classic bad 90s movie & this is a classic Nostalgia Critic review, so many great one liners
    6:19 "I will DESTROY you, cardboard!"

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