The Nostalgia Critic

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The Nostalgia Critic is an internet character created by Douglas Darien Walker, focusing on reviewing various movies and TV shows in a comical manner.

Recurring lines[edit]

  • Hello, I'm the Nostalgia Critic. I remember it so you don't have to!
First line spoken in each video
  • I'm the Nostalgia Critic. I remember it so you don't have to!
Final line spoken in each video
  • Why top 11? Because I like to go one step beyond.
Said in Top 11 videos
  • And the #1 ___ is...
Revealing the #1 spot of the Top 11.
  • The Apocalypse has begun, Satan is on his way to Earth...
Whenever something really ridiculous happens in a film
  • Get a load of this!
Whenever an impossible or incredible event happens
  • Is it me or ___?
Recurring Line
  • Big Lipped Alligator Moment!
Pointing out a bizarre pointless scene in a movie
  • Of course!
A recurring clip with Raul Julia from the Street Fighter:The Movie, indicating the villain is trying to take over the world
  • You know, for kids!
Said whenever a scene in a children's film shows a particularly gruesome or adult sequence
Said whenever a character over-acts or under-acts his line in a movie; the Critic saying it in the tone of the criticized actor
  • Alright... ELEPHANT!
Said whenever a movie runs into a chaotic or bizarre situation, tempting the Critic's patience. As this is invoked, the face of Burger King bursts in, in heavenly choir, and everything calms down.
  • Fe-tish mo-vie.
When a kid's movie suddenly gets erotic adult content and the Critic is confused why it's even in a kid's film.
  • This calls for another "S-C-A-R-Y S-L-O-M-O"!
Whenever a creepy-looking scene appears and the Critic slows down the scene and audio
  • Catherine Zeta Jones! I don't care if you (Do something awkward in real life or a bad movie), ONE DAY YOU WILL BE MINE!
The Critic's reaction every time he sees Catherine Zeta Jones in a movie, in which seductive music plays and he falls for it, saying the last words in a deep tone.

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