A woman patiently assists an elderly mother, who insists on sending a text message to her child even though she barely knows how to use a mobile phone. Stellar acting brings the humor and drama in this simple short film. Also on iTunes.
Back in the ’60s kids could still play with toy guns without worry about being shot by the police or being told they would become sociopathic killers. And the Johnny Seven OMA (One Man Army) was quite possibly the greatest toy gun of all time.
On paper it seems so obvious. Of course a successful actor should be able to fake emotions. But seeing it in action is another thing altogether, especially since Bryce pulled it off while Conan droned on about the importance of Home Depot.
Students from Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University shine a light on the not-so-flattering impression foreigners have of Americans. So what did we learn here? We’re all lazy, fat, slovenly, cocky, loud drunks. And friendly.
We’re equally perplexed and enthralled by this video of a plethora of Pikachu dancing at a rave in what amounts to the most satisfying costumed choreography we’ve seen since Left Shark appeared at the Super Bowl.
A trio of bored construction workers does their best Three Stooges impression as one of them tries to whack the other two on the head with a mallet. We’re surprised he didn’t get any prize redemption tickets at the end.