YouTube’s 8th birthday is marked today, as the site was launched in 2005. The crew of the famous website promises even better service from now on! Go Innovators! So they hired “The Gregory Brothers” to show the true good-hearted classy comedy they have to offer. Pay your respects.
All your favorite films and TV shows imitated in the name of parody and satire. Here you will find a selection of the best spoof videos from around the web.
While “Jimmy Kimmel Live” isn’t necessarily known for its sweet approach to babies or children (Kimmel routinely exhorts parents to prank their kids and capture it on camera for yuks), on Thursday night he managed to blend a spoof of “The Bachelor/The Bachelorette” with a clutch of toddler actors that was, well, downright adorable. Or sick. Whichever you prefer.
A Lego remake of the opening scene from Casino Royale. Carefully and painstakingly remade, frame for frame! More Lego videos at http://www.bricktease.com
This is all about the facts and worse case scenario in chicks borrowing your clothes. Why are there so many double standards? Maybe because guys look terrible in skirts…
Wanna see a tale of what it feels like when facebook comes and changes things around again? Then look no further cuz these guys know what it’s all about. They must be facebook junkies.
With Star Trek Intro Darkness coming out next week, they thought they’d lay Into JJ Abrams’ Original… So put your phasers on laugh and boldly go to where no Trekkie has gone before: a cool Star Trek movie.
Oh this is too much! You wanna see a lip sync show down between two of cheasiest mofos ever? Well, they’re comedians so go with it and enjoy some wholesome fun. Plus, John Krasinski does a mean Katy Perry!
This country legend has decided, he’s got something new to offer the hit science/fantasy movie “The Hobbit.” But more importantly, this hippie guy makes a really good pitch to that old fart, Peter Jackson!
Kevin Spacey spoofs his own show, “House of Cards”, in a sketch for the White House Correspondents’ Dinner. I never knew this man could be so naturally comedic! But then again, he was a perfect pick for the movie “Horrible Bosses.”
“This summer, get ready for the poorly directed movie adaptation of the young adult phenomenon that ISN’T about vampires! In a distopian future, where society dresses like 2nd rate Lady Gagas….” and kids learn how to frost cakes? Don
‘t forget the Cheap looking CGI fire, and completely emotionless line delivery.