Nostalgia Critic's "The Wall"
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Nostalgia Critic's "The Wall" refers to The Nostalgia Critic's review/parody of the Pink Floyd movie "The Wall", which was panned by fans and viewers for its poor quality, unfunny humor, and weak critiques of the film.
On September 18th, 2019, Channel Awesome uploaded a 40 minute review of the film version of Pink Floyd's The Wall. The video, unlike most Nostalgia Critic videos, is an outright parody of the film instead of a straightforward, humorous critique. The parody co-stars Corey Taylor of Slipknot. It gained over 430,000 views in a week.
Viewers quickly expressed their distaste for the video in the comments of the video and on Twitter. User @krycklund tweeted, "I watched remastered, stabilized video of John F Kennedy getting shot with his brains splattering all over the car and the Nostalgia Critic review of The Wall is without a doubt the worst thing i have ever seen" (shown below, left). User @cam_sh wrote "Nostalgia Critic's review of The Wall is the worst thing I've ever seen in my life. Genuinely embarrassed at my teenage self for lapping this shite up" (shown below, right).
Meanwhile, on YouTube, the video inspired several reactions and critiques. Anthony Fantano uploaded a review completely panning the video's soundtrack album, gaining over 321,000 views (shown below, left). JAR Media uploaded an hour long podcast discussing and mocking the video, gaining over 123,000 views (shown below, right).
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