The Notebook is the latest movie to fall victim to Cinema Sins.
The Ryan Gosling romantic drama, which is based on the novel by Nicholas Sparks, is awarded 85 'sins' for a variety of plot holes, uncanny coincidences and Hollywood clichés.
These include Noah (Gosling) conveniently finding estranged love interest Allie (Rachel McAdams) in the same location where he gives up looking for her, Allie's interfering mother inconceivably hoarding 365 letters for seven years, and accusations of ripping off film classics such as It's a Wonderful Life and The Princess Bride.
Cinema Sins also takes issue with the film's title, pointing out that at no point in the film is there any reference to a notebook.
The YouTube channel has previously mocked a number of blockbuster movies, including the Harry Potter series and last year's Man of Steel.