He's been out of it for a while, but he did do a good job on the Wonder Woman movie.
Not to mention some of the silly "faith" epics that sneaked into empty theaters in '20 during the pandemic.
(I watch a lot of YT bad-culture critics, most of them just doing bored/hostile fan-paeans to MST3K's Mike Nelson, and either you love Walker's deliberately over-the-top imitation Weird Al Yankovic delivery, or you don't...)
Oh. You were never (I'm guessing) on Usenet in the 00's, when the movie was about to open, and TimBoiz were straining at their leashes.
Lots, and lots, and lots, and LOTS of strategically cherry-picked and mis-reported legends of how much Roald Dahl "hated" the Gene Wilder film (which, actually, was because his script had been changed, and Dahl had written his screenplay on the assumption Spike Milligan was going to get the part), and how that historically justified the earlier version to be "fixed" for posterity.
You would think Gene Wilder was an escaped Nazi war criminal, or that the original movie was a combination of the Care Bears Movie and Return to Oz, from the tone of the pro-Tim historical revisionism, and that was on nothing but a trailer and wishful thinking.