French Mario and Luigi can play Mario Kart without a video game console. Or karts. Olivier Bolduc and Simon Lachapelle made this smooth live action stop-motion short based on Nintendo’s racing game.
NBA welcomes its aging superstar back to the fold, the future hall of famer and five-time champ Kobe Bryant, who just recovered from a career-threatening injury. The tribute is worth watching even if you’re not a fan of the Black Mamba.
When we play soccer around here, we use our feet or heads to move the ball. Not so in Slovenia, where they practice goalkeeping using something with a bit more firepower. Kids, don’t try this at home, especially if you like your teeth.
“When people say their baby is at home safe, and she’s not in an actual safe, is she really safe?” That’s the premise behind this ridiculous fake product from The Pete Holmes Show. It’ll definitely cut back on all that annoying crying though.
This silly CGI animated film follows the misadventures of a knight who’s convinced he’ll achieve fame and fortune by rescuing the first captive princess he can find. But he must first slay a dragon and find the invincible sword.
Animator Timor Barshtman pays tribute to director Quentin Tarantino by illustrating the connections between his films through the transformation of the actors who played a multiplicity of roles in them.
Meatball is a jaunty little Pembroke Welsh Corgi who likes his daily run. But he prefers to spin endlessly in a circle on the playground carousel over other methods of locomotion. Guess it beats buying a treadmill.
The Muppets decide to go check out some food trucks, when they find The Swedish Chef has set up shop too. Unfortunately, his tables are parked in Gordon Ramsay’s spot, and they must fight it out to see who will reign supreme.