The list author says: "From: http://thatguywiththeglasses.com
Nostalgia Critic(Doug Walker) a short-tempered and easily aggravated character who mostly reviews entertainment from the 1970s, 1980s and 1990s, though he has reviewed 4 movies from the 2000s: Alone in the Dark, Battlefield Earth, The Room, and TMNT. Walker stated that he based the Nostalgia Critic on Jack Lemmon's over the top portrayal of Professor Fate from the 1965 film The Great Race. He has also stated that he drew a lot of inspiration from the Looney Tunes, particularly Daffy Duck. His catch-phrase, "Hello, I'm the Nostalgia Critic. I remember it, so you don't have to", usually opens and ends each video. Not all reviews are negative, such as the reviews of Double Dare, Sonic The Hedgehog, Commando, Hook, Gargoyles and Animaniacs. He also does "Top 11 Countdowns" and "Old vs. New" comparisons between two movies that share source material. The show is written by Doug and Rob Walker."
"The Critic comments on the film's blatant attempts to cash in on Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and Home Alone, the inconsistency in appearance of the character Grandpa Mori, and the stereotypical Ninja enemies."
"He criticizes the film's scientific inaccuracy, including the odd behavior of the tornadoes (which usually seem to follow the main characters and disappear after encountering them, as well as appearing to roar)."
"He marks this as the start of Don Bluth's decline in animated films. He also states that the movie's script was probably written during a game of Mad Libs and that the main characters have numerous chances to die, but never do."
"He criticizes both Brigitte Nielsen and Arnold Schwarzenegger's performances as lackluster. He also notes that the film does not have a well developed story. He concludes that although it is not the worst Schwarzenegger film, it is still a bad film."
"He concludes that while they technically are bad movies, both Johnny 5 and Benjamin are likable characters, and he calls the films "a guilty pleasure". He however believes that the character of Benjamin is racist because his actor is a white man yet the character is Indian."