Screen Junkies takes on one of the longest, yet most beloved movie commercials of all time – the one that had MJ casually endorsing performance-enhancing drugs, introduced a sexy bunny to kids, and doesn’t take place in outer space but is called Space Jam.
Jimmy Fallon and Kevin Bacon channel Ray and Dave Davies with their interpretation the hit track Lola might have sounded like before they worked out all the kinks. Oh yea, we went there. Whaddya want? It’s Friday here.
(PG-13: Language) “Don’t you understand?! This is how the Hunger Games start!” With a new US administration on the horizon, Key & Peele imagine outgoing President Barack Obama and his anger translator Luther’s farewell address.
“Do you people know how money works?” The guy playing George sounds more like Jerry Seinfeld than James Stewart, but this parody by Above Average is still amusing, as the town attempts to pool their resources to save the old Building and Loan, and fails miserably.
Screen Junkies takes on the The Empire Strikes Back of movie sequels. Don’t worry – they didn’t find much to complain about Star Wars’ greatest episode. Except for the incest vibes. And Yoda’s weak-ass training routine. And Boba Fett’s screen time. And Luke’s IQ.
Screen Junkies immolates one of the most disappointing movies of the year. Watch as they hilariously comment on its incredibly apt title, expose the script written for people with short term memory loss, and come up with the best name for Jared Leto’s joke of a performance.
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