The first song off the soundtrack of PopStar: Never Stop Never Stopping features Andy Samberg and Adam Levine telling us just how modest and self-effacing they are – by singing a song about themselves. We love when a parody is even better than the thing it mocks.
This cheeky Japanese commercial for Kirin Beer features a modern retelling of Aesop’s fable, The North Wind and the Sun, in which two of nature’s greatest forces compete to make a traveler remove his cloak. Only this time, the traveler is two scantily clad women in bikinis.
(PG-13) The only thing that can defeat the evil Nazis, their army of genetically modified flying sharks, and their super-human undead riders, is an elite U.S. military task force made from reanimated corpses, known as the “Dead Flesh Four.” Yup.
A man with a pathological fear of dirt and germs is horrified when he accidentally touches a wad of gum under a chair in his office’s common kitchen. But he’s a new employee, so he tries his best to look calm.
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