He rips apart bad movies, but his particular shtick is giving analyses of gaming culture and the industry, in a style closely reminiscent of college-lit-class style "close reading", overlaid with appropriate (and sometimes humorous) images.
evil" narratives in blockbuster action movies without running into the pesky moral gray zones that would result from trying to make films about real wars and the people who fought in them.
He started out as an in films like despite being one of the shortest leading men in Hollywood, then took on meatier roles in films like and once people started writing him off as a pretty boy, and now is returning to action movies like and the sequels as he enters middle age.
But the worse of it was that the movie was so bad to him, he talked of rejecting the Spider-Man series and his own film reviewing gig just because.
They include monster movies, a about geek/Comic-Con culture, a - spoof of the War on Drugs, and an with a protagonist; looking back, Bob regards all of them as at best.
His movie reviews usually fall under silly, with him giving his opinion in a easy-going tone, but can be more serious when going into complexity about the film.
He feels that the solution to the problem of "how to make a great video game movie" isn't to adapt the story of a game, but to try and adapt its gameplay mechanics — for example, a movie filmed entirely in first-person, or a movie that's built around the main character exploring the alien world around her.