Here’s 3 minutes of boredom-busting fun: lots and lots of familiar movie clips (295 to be exact) spliced together to recreate Sir Mix-A-Lot’s ubiquitous ditty Baby Got Back. (Thanks everyone!)
File under fun: this silky smooth combination of Eurythmics Sweet Dreams and The White Stripes Seven Nation Army might be the best mashup our ears have ever experienced. (Thanks Dale!)
Sure, The Dark Knight and The Hangover are a bit passÃ©, but that doesn’t make this unlikely mashup of the two any less amusing. Warning: Zach Galifianakis and Ken Jeong butt-shots ahead.
There’s something just so wrong about this mashup of a 1950s teen-dating educational film with footage from Star Wars – especially when you remember that Luke and Leia are siblings.
AC/DC is in your neighborhood. Wax Audio mashes the Ghostbusters theme with the classic rock song Thunderstruck. Except for making Brian Johnson sound even funnier, the two are a perfect fit.
(NSFW) Mashing up the trailer for TRON:Legacy with the audio from The Big Lebowski doesn’t sound like something that should work. The Dude heads into the uncanny valley and never gets out.
The title pretty much says it all. Keanu, Alex and George take on the subconscious security business in this most triumphant mashup of one trippy, Excellent Adventure with another. Whoa!
The ladies of proper society take a punch to the face in what we’re almost certain is the first and only Jane Austen – Chuck Palahniuk mashup we’ve ever seen. No corsets, no hat pins, no crying.
In her first live-action motion picture, Dora The Explorer provides her trademark multi-lingual explanation of the tangly, twisty, and downright confusing world of Christopher Nolan’s Inception.
Looks like Cameron is struggling with his inner Tyler Durden in this disturbing, but amusing mashup of Ferris Bueller’s Day Off and Fight Club. Nice touch with the subliminal image flashes.
NSFW Language: It was an inevitable mashup. The two biggest hotheads on tape go off on each other in this obscenity-filled rant, filled with more F-bombs than an entire season of The Sopranos.
We had no idea how Inception’s James Bond meets The Matrix storyline would play out with puppets, but somehow it does. Bonus points for working in the “Matt Damon” line.
Go figure how well Back To The Future works when set to Ke$ha’s annoyingly catchy Tik Tok. We’re not sure that Mick Jagger looks too much like Doc Brown though. At least not yet.
We always thought that Ed Asner was the perfect voice for Up’s Carl Fredriksen. That is, until we heard Clint Eastwood. Don’t mess with the grumpy old man, and most definitely stay off of his lawn.