How do you make Jurassic World even better? That’s not a rhetorical question, homes. The answer is: Remix every shot of its MFin’ trailer!
With Disney making a new live-action version of their classic animated film, Beauty and the Beast, now is exactly the time to share this… er, remix.
Let’s just say it takes the subtext of the beloved musical story and makes it very, very explicit.
If their are small children near you, you may want to cover their ears. After plugging them with wax. And then imprison them in a sound-proof booth.
Or not. I don’t know. Maybe you’re one of those permissive, anything goes parents. In which case, go ahead and rock out with your beast c— out.
Be our guest!
You know how some fans get upset when tiny details about their favorite fantasy world gets mis-reported…?
This is so so dumb. And yet, there’s a genius to the dumbness. Flicka! Legalize greenleaf!
What are your favorite name botches in the video? What are the obvious ones that creator Neil Cicierega missed?
Remember kids, “Every mouse has a wee wee.”
Truly, one of the best Star Wars remixes I’ve seen in a long time. Like Episodes 1-3, it is entirely unsafe for children.
Here’s the Reddit thread where it surfaced. The genius of the creator is to extend the comedy with reaction shots and showing the footage from multiple angles.
As one commenter put it: “Judge me by my size, do you? Hmm? Hmm.”
It’s not a good tribute to the classic sci-fi show Star Trek, nor is it a clever spoof. Unless you think that show was only about the catchphrases, I suppose.
And what is up with the claymation? This is like the Birdemic of stop motion animation. “It’s life, Jim, but not as we know it.”
This song was actually played on commercial radio in the 1980’s. It’s proof that in the good ole days, broadcasters would actually play anything. Can you imagine Apple’s Beats One network giving time to a Game of Thrones novelty song?
Someone needs to make a sequel to this song. Because, as we know, in the Star Trek universe, the even-numbered releases are the good ones.
No bare skin, but plenty of foul language. You have been warned.
Side note: I actually do find this mediatative. Is that weird?
Minipigs were a fad after the movie Babe so it’s no surprise that dinosaurs are the latest fad pets, given the success of the film Jurassic World. What that movie fails to show is just how much of a — pardon the language — how much of a dick dino pets can be.
Take this dude’s velociraptor, for instance. All he wanted was to have a nice breakfast.
This is why dino pet owners can’t have nice things. Or why they can’t have cereal bowls. Or, at least, why they shouldn’t leave them on a counter where… just watch the video.
What do you think? Dick dino move, right?
The Wire is what The Wire is, ya feel me?
Via John Hodgman, #38 in a series of hilarious re-cuts of the classic sci-fi TV show, Star Trek: The Next Generation. It helps if you know the show. The character of Commander Riker, a.k.a. “Number One”, was played by the actor Jonathan Frakes.
Frakes and his (after-season-one) debonair beard assumed the personal of galactic ladies man. Just like Captain James T. Kirk in the original series (TOS), Riker was known to bed down with whatever foxy alien lady the plot might require. As you can see from Captain Picard’s look at the end of the video, maybe he sometimes takes it to a little of an extreme.
Hats off to the graphics artist for going above and beyond with some Riker-face CGI!