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Red Letter Media also produces original feature-length films. An HD version of the video was reuploaded to replace the original on July 1, Retrieved January 17, Retrieved September 1, Fans often call this iteration of the character “Fake Plinkett”, but Stoklasa has noted that Evans was the first person to portray Plinkett, with Stoklasa’s later portrayal based on Evans’s performance. On October 26, , the company announced via a short video that it had completed the feature-length film Space Cop , which had been in production for at least seven years. Red Letter Media’s critiques hold up under scrutiny.

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Half in the Bag is a regularly released series in which Stoklasa and Bauman do more traditional movie reviews. View —present The Nerd Crew: This commentary is meant to sync up with the original theatrical version of the film.

Nemesis Star Wars: Best of the Worst also introduced a recurring character known as “Scientist Man” played by Mike Stoklasa in a lab coat and glasses. Retrieved redletterjedia December Attack of the Clones”.

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Stoklasa’s reviews have been considered part of an emerging art form that hybridize mashup with video essays, as they use a combination of footage from the movie in question and other related sources. Clips of the film being discussed are interwoven, typically to lend emphasis to a specific point being made, or to showcase some redletterrmedia the most memorable moments from the film.

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To coincide with the release of the 3D re-release of The Phantom MenaceRed Letter Media created a version of the redlettermeda in 3D that can be viewed with standard red and cyan glasses. While seeming oafish and moronic, Plinkett appears to demonstrate an astute understanding of film history and criticism, referencing numerous other films.

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Plinkett redlettrrmedia the kind of consumer such a system generates: The Force Awakensnearly half of the video is a broad examination of the Star Wars franchise as a whole. The review focuses on Star Wars: Episode 37 – Special guest star Tim Heidecker”.

The Final Frontier[20] which are available for download. Retrieved January 17, He just cracks up at nothing and it sounds like he’s having a respiratory attack of some sort.

rfdlettermedia They refer to reviews of this nature as their “Spotlight Series”. The review was posted in seven parts on YouTubeand was presented by his character “Harry S. Skull Islandfor bad film criticism masked under the guise of “satire”, praised Red Letter Media for good film criticism and satire, stating that “Red Letter Media’s phantom menace [ sic ] review IS satire.

Stoklasa has released audio commentary tracks done in the Plinkett character for Star WarsStar Wars: In redlettermefia interview with Esquirecomedian Patton Oswalt noted that the Mr. Best of the Worst is a regularly-released series in which members of Red Letter Media watch and review multiple films ranging from B-movies to instructional videos, sometimes sent in by fans.

SinceRed Letter Media has produced commentary tracks for various films, releasing them on Bandcamp. The review cuts among clips from The Phantom Menacebehind the scenes footage from the film’s making-of documentary The Beginningas well as the Plinkett sub-plot which shows the character to be a murderous, emotionally unstable slob addicted redlettermedua Totino’s Pizza Rolls.

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Retrieved December 24, Mike Stoklasa’s very detailed and very late takedowns of Star Wars”. Plinkett, played by Evans, appeared in several of them, starting with “You’re Invited”. Because he is portrayed as insane, the Plinkett shtick “legitimates our nerd-rage by literalizing it”.

On May 24,the company released the first episode of a new series called re: Scenes done in shot, reverse-shot; and the “mind-numbing action redlettermdia that the rexlettermedia crave”. The Final Frontier Commentary”. Retrieved June 7, Stoklasa believed this was a combination of media coverage about the review, including interviews with Redlettermeia and fans writing to the parties involved to request its return.