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Anything Nice to Say: National Treasure

For years, the world had no idea that the founding of America wasn’t based on principles, but was actually just a bunch of dude’s burying treasure. In this Jerry Bruckheimer-produced movie, we run through real and apocryphal US history. What started out as a heist movie turned unto a treasure hunt. Can we hunt down […]

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Anything Nice to Say: The Last Witch Hunter

Is Vin Diesel a box office draw? He’s mostly known for popcorn movies, so it’s no surprise the critics didn’t like The Last Witch Hunter. We see if we can find anything nice to say about this D&D inspired passion project.

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Anything Nice to Say: The Cat in the Hat

The Mike Myers fronted live action version of The Cat in the Hat was so poorly received, the Geisel estate wouldn’t allow anymore live action adaptations of Dr. Seuss books. Can we find anything nice to say? Follow: Twitter: @KateCornell https://twitter.com/KateCornell Facebook: Kate Cornell https://www.facebook.com/k8cornell/ Instagram: K8Cornell https://www.instagram.com/k8cornell/ P atreon: https://www.patreon.com/katecornell Order Live Like Legends: […]

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Anything Nice to Say: Hulk (2003)

It was a dark time. Before Robert Downey, Jr. took his place as Iron Man, Universal tried to bring us the hero we wanted. The Jolly Green Giant. Of course, I’m talking about Ang Lee’s Hulk. Despite an amazing cast, 2003’s Hulk was derided by critics. To this day, Marvel pretends it never happened. Let’s […]

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Anything Nice to Say: Olympus Has Fallen

Gerard Butler is known for his flops. One movie, though, stands out as a film that kicked off a franchise that’s still going strong. We take a look at Olympus Has Fallen. Spoiler alert: Angela Bassett is a national treasure.

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The Story Behind Anything Nice to Say

In 2020, I started a YouTube channel called Anything Nice to Say. The idea was to watch the movies that no one liked, the movies everyone thought were bad, but had never actually seen. I’m a pretty critical person. The origin story for quite a few writers is that they, once upon a time, read […]

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