I wasn't really thinking about covering these video's since I mostly cover the primary stuff on the Cinema Snob but I'll take a crack at it for the time being. Because what you see in these video's in their true personalities shining through, and I intend to expose it. I'll post my thoughts about each video under different headings as to make it easier to read.
Fury with Ryan and Brad
This video was mildly annoying as Brad kept interrupting Ryan when he was talking about WW2 stuff, this is both rude and disrespectful as he was actually adding to the conversation unlike Brad, who was just saying random stuff like this movies awesome and the like. Though at least they talked about the movie unlike most of the time where Brad talks about random shit because that's supposed to be funny. It was nice to see Ryan again but since he is actually going places where Brad is just wallowing in his own puke.
The Best of Me with Brian and Dave
As usual Brian and Dave are just great to listen to, they are both funny and have great chemistry. They hit all the right points that a midnight screening / vlog should be, they are both funny and are genuinely interesting to listen to. I recommend you check out the video's with them.
The Book of Life with Jake and Brad
For me this video was just annoying, just like every children's movie they go to see. The tools on the Cinema Snob think it's "hilarious" to see two grown men jack off to children's movie's in the Cinema. Oh, I mean rant about children's movie's, though I'm pretty sure that's what they do because they can't honestly be paying attention to that kinda stuff. Not unless they're retarded. Back the their video, they basically rant they're way through the entire thing, and the weird thing is that seem to care about what each other think about it. Whatever, all you need to know it that the video sucked and they didn't attempt to make the video watchable.
Let's take a look at the comments section:
Though it was nice to see the WW2 enthusiasts chat amongst themselves in the comments section, though the sudden appearance of