Cinema SIns appeals to the aggressive stupidity of people who instead of actually wanting to engage with a work on a critical or even basic level would prefer to discuss things with hot takes or worse yet, would rather not watch the film at all but it's highly rated so they need some sort of personal validation that everyone else is wrong.
Movie is excellent and both critics and audiences agreed with that sentiment. I trust myself and those more than I would a garbage insincere YouTube comedy channel that has to pad their videos out with useless "criticism" to make themselves more money.
Yep film was shite. As if you'd have to shush your kids and tell them to keep quiet after living in near total silence for 5+ years. Probably best to pitch up a tent by a waterfall than live in a creaky old ass house as well. Oh yeah, and that whiteboard. Made worse by Krasinski's posturing like he's above the horror genre.
Honest Trailers isn't what it was before, but they at least make some good jokes and you generaly feel their love for movies. If a movie is good, they won't shy away of saying it. Cinema Sins is just nitpicking for nitpicking's sake (often not even justified), and fits in a culture where people over-analyse movies to the point they are barely able to suspend their disbelief anymore. It's the kind of 'but bombs don't fall in space' argument that might seem like solid critisism, but doesn't say a thing about the actual quality of a movie (which, if done good, sets out it's own rules)
You're allowed to think that Honest Trailers is trash, but there's a very big difference between them and CinemaSins.
Honest Trailers is obviously satire, if you watch other ScreenJunkies stuff or listen to the Q&A's with the writers of Honest Trailers they sometimes do, you clearly see that they love movies and purely see the Honest Trailers as jokes. A lot of the directors they joke about like them as well and some have even collaborated with them on Honest Trailers, or watch the Honest Trailers with the writers and comment on them.
Meanwhile, CinemaSins is some guy genuinely thinking he's criticizing a movie for its flaws while in reality offering nothing but shallow criticism that often completely misunderstands the movie he's "criticizing" and just contributes to the awful nitpicky amateur "critics" culture that's big on social media.
Fuck Cinemasins but this movie is way overrated. It’s a clever idea stretched twice as long as it can sustain and it’s full of plot holes and you can see the ending coming from miles away. 6/10 at best.