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To Boldly Flee (2012)

Unrated | | Action, Adventure, Comedy | Video 20 October 2012
While the Nostalgia Critic continues to blame himself for Ma-Ti's death, a series of mysterious events begin to unfold, which could shake the very fabric of internet critics as we know it.


Doug Walker


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Doug Walker ... Nostalgia Critic / General Zodd / Chester A. Bum / Ask That Guy With the Glasses / Soldier / Ships WI system (voice) / Weapons WI system (voice) / Himself - The Writer
Lindsay Ellis Lindsay Ellis ... Nostalgia Chick
Lewis Lovhaug Lewis Lovhaug ... Linkara / Mechakara
Noah Antwiler Noah Antwiler ... The Spoony One / Turrell / Dr. Insano
Brad Jones Brad Jones ... Cinema Snob / Darth Snob
Todd Nathanson Todd Nathanson ... Todd in the Shadows / RoboTodd
Joe Vargas Joe Vargas ... Angry Joe
Mathew Buck Mathew Buck ... Film Brain
Phelan Porteous ... Phelous
Allison Pregler Allison Pregler ... Obscurus Lupa
Jacob Hope Chapman Jacob Hope Chapman ... JesuOtaku / Edward Wong Hau Pepelu Tivruski IV (as Hope Chapman)
Bennett White Bennett White ... Bennett the Sage
Kinley Mochrie Kinley Mochrie ... Luke Mochrie (as Luke Mochrie)
Paul Schuler Paul Schuler ... Paw
Justin Carmical Justin Carmical ... JewWario


When the Nostalgia Critic can't stop blaming himself for the loss of Ma-Ti, a weird string of events begins to unfold that could shake the very fabric of internet reviewing as we know it. The evil Psychlo, Terl, under orders from a mysterious bureaucrat, is out for revenge against the Critic and convinces the government to arrest him, while Mechakara is reprogrammed to incapacitate Linkara and take his place. Meanwhile, Paw and his friends discover some weird signals emitting from space and Spoony seems to be the key to it all. Finally, they discover that this force is Ma-Ti, whose spirits inhabits The Plot Hole, in which no life can be sustained...without horrific mishaps. In order to try and right his wrongs and find purpose within his life, the Critic summons his colleagues NChick, Paw, Cinema Snob, 8-Bit Mickey, Bennett the Sage, Luke Mochrie, Film Brain, Phelous, Todd, Lupa, "Linkara", C.R., JesuOtaku, Angry Joe, JewWario, Sad Panda and MarzGurl for help. They steal equipment ... Written by explorerds6789

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Release Date:

20 October 2012 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Troll 4 See more »

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1.78 : 1
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The blue Honda Prius driven by Paw towards the beginning of the film is owned by line producer Holly Christine Brown. See more »


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The Spoony One: Help me, Critic! Take me home!
The Nostalgia Critic: Spoony. Spoony, we are home. My home. Get out.
The Spoony One: Then there's still time. Search for my body. Find the hole.
The Nostalgia Critic: OK, there is no way I am reaching for your hole.
The Spoony One: The hole. It's coming!
The Nostalgia Critic: Please say no more about your coming hole.
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Featured in Atop the Fourth Wall: Tales of Suspense #39 (2012) See more »


Written by Doug Walker
Performed by Lindsay Ellis, Doug Walker, and Kyle Kallgren
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This movie made me boldly flee
23 August 2018 | by darthMisaskernewSee all my reviews

I'm so, so sorry for writing a negative review of the AVGN movie. Although that film is heavily flawed, it at least has decent direction, cinematography, and acting, and even if the plot isn't good, it at least had a plot. It was a competent film at least. Compared to this train wreck, the AVGN movie is a freaking masterpiece. Seriously this movie is awful. I was a massive fan of Doug Walker and the NC when this film was first released, but even then I remember thinking it was bad. Now that I'm not even a fan of Walker any more, I can truly see just how atrocious this film is. Like, oh my god, this is one of the worst things ever. The plot is very unfocused and confusing, and revolves around resurrecting MaTi, a character nobody cares about. He doesn't have a show on CA, is rarely seen, and is mostly known for a bit part in one single episode of NC. The film acts like he's extremely important to the site, but the entire time I kept asking myself "who is MaTi and am I the only one who wishes this film were about someone else?" As a director, Doug Walker has about as much integrity as a 10 year old making a backyard flick with his friends using his mom's camera. Every shot in this movie is grainy, shaky, and just looks cheap, like it was recorded with an iPad. Could they not acquire a better camera for this massive extravaganza of an anneversery? Or is Doug just that bad of a cinematographer? Also, you'd think there'd be at least one funny joke in 209 minute torture sequence, but no. This film really only needed to be 90 minutes max and could easily be edited down because every scene goes on for about six minutes too long. 90% of this movie should've been left on the cutting room floor but it seems like Doug's massive ego tricked him into thinking every moment of footage was absolutely hilarious, which NONE of it is. Every joke in this movie is either boring, cliche, cringeworthy, or like a rejected joke from Family Guy. In fact, every scene in this movie feels like an unfunny extended Family Guy cutaway gag and it's excruciating. Another minor complaint for people who are familiar with the site (then again how many regular folk would stumble upon this movie without knowing CA?) is that every reviewer featured in this movie acts nothing like they do in their shows. For example, Film Brain is intelligent, snarky, and complains a lot, but this movie portrays him as an easily confused doofus. Linkara is a very well spoken individual with high morals and respects for all people, but this movie has him written as an easily confused (and rapey) doofus. In fact, everyone in this movie is portrayed as an easily confused doofus and it's very inconsistent to their actual characters. Overall, this movie is atrocious in every regard: the jokes are awful, the plot sucks, the direction is ameteur, the writing is embarrassing, most of the acting is terrible, and it's excruciatingly boring. 209 minutes, are you freaking kidding me??? I didn't like the AVGN movie but I'd watch that 100 times before even sitting through 10 minutes of this. Even for diehard NC fans, avoid this!

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