This skier was speeding down a slope when he came across a marker, hitting him where it hurts most. But that’s not funny enough for the Internet. Fortunately the commentator stepped up.
Movie pirate masterpieces. Featuring typos, horrible translation, quotes from bad movie reviews and pictures of actors that are not in the movie. Anyone have a copy of Pepe Likes Tacos?
This is all you need to transform into a gambler, scoundrel and all around savvy rogue – Billy Dee Williams’ formidable mustache. Can be repackaged and sold as a Magnum P.I. Disguise Kit.
The Noun Project was founded to collect, create and celebrate the universal symbols, icons and pictures that we often take for granted. All the symbols on their site are free to download and use.
BASE jumper Valery Rozov climbs to the top of a 9616 foot-tall mountain, then jumps in his wingsuit, skirting along its jagged surface as he dives to its snowy base. Oh yeah, it was -22°F when he did it.
Add a casual touch to your cuffed shirts with these quirky cufflinks. The checkered pattern is etched and then inked by hand. Also detailed with a pocket, collar, buttons, and their own cuffs.
This book offers an auditory history of Ben Burtt’s famed sound design from the classic films, along with a digital player which lets you hear over 250 samples of the sounds referenced in the book.
YouTube user Genrocks mashes up a whopping 270 movies from 2010, stringing lines and sequences together to make it seem like you’re watching a trailer for the most awesome movie ever made.
The mid-weight Orion jacket from Mission Workshop keeps you comfy with its temperature-reactive fabric, which blocks the most severe weather while breathing to regulate body heat.
The Mushroom Kingdom meets Liberty City in The Brothers Mario, as Mario and Luigi whip out the big guns to take down Bowser and his minions. A piece of advice: never bring a hammer to a gunfight.
We see more plot reveal in the second trailer for Gore Verbinskiâ€™s Rango, an animated tale of a chameleon with an identity crisis, featuring Johnny Depp and Isla Fisher. Coming March 2011.
A set of officially licensed Star Wars headphones from Coloud. Judging from their price, these cans won’t sound like they’re powered by the Force, but they still make for great gifts.
Current glasses-free displays have poor viewing angles. Toshiba’s concept display solves the problem by turning the tables: the display will be the one moved, while user’s head stays still.
It’s Minifigs blowing up Minifigs in this action-packed Lego stop motion by YouTube user Keshen8. There’s so much going on from start to finish that you’ll barely have time to blink.
You can get this T-800 skeleton used in Terminator 2, an Iron Man glove worn by RDJ, Sulu uniform worn by George Takei and more at Profiles in History’s 43rd Hollywood Memorabilia auction.
Steve Carrell’s supervillian Gru gets help from three bonus short films starring his army of wacky Minions in this Blu-ray/DVD/Digital combo pack. While it’s no Pixar flick, it’s still a crowdpleaser.
Star Wars-loving fathers who want to have an open and healthy conversation about Jar Jar and the differences between a “good trilogy” and an “uh-oh trilogy” with their kids: watch this. (Thanks Brian!)
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