How It Should Have Ended takes on the inconsistencies and illogical sequences in Marvel Studios’ Ant-Man and The Wasp, such as the Wasp forgetting that she can fly, how Janet survived all this time, and of course ignoring the Infinity War.
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“Yeah so the artist put the frame on as well.” The enigmatic urban artist Banksy made world news yet again when an artwork of his shred itself after being sold at an auction. In this video, Banksy shows how it was triggered, and that it was supposed to shred itself all the way.
Funny or Die knocked it out of the park with their mashup of Halloween and Pee-Wee’s Big Adventure, in which everyone’s favorite bowtied goofball really loses his mind and starts stalking Jamie Lee Curtis. We always thought there was a little something “off” about the guy.
(Flashing images) Tom Scott went to great lengths to have a bit of fun at the expense of music videos. In this clip, he breaks down the often incoherent and artificial nature of music videos, while demonstrating said aspects at the same time. It’s the silence that gets us.
(PG-13: Language) “Someday this will be over.” Jack Black and Kyle Gass talk about rocking hard enough to start an earthquake, their worst live performance, Kanye West, ’80s metal music, famous Tenacious D lyrics, and more while trying to defeat increasingly hotter wings.
Now that individual humans don’t need to forage or hunt for food, or build their own shelter, we really don’t need to do much to survive. Casually Explained goes over modern humankind’s general lack of motivation, along with some of our other wonderful traits.
Wisecrack’s Garyx Wormuloid breaks down the themes explored by the Marvel mega movie Avengers: Infinity War. It’s about the perils of power unchecked – making decisions that decide the fate of billions of lives, while no one dares tell you about your weird get up.
Getting from place to place in video game worlds can be a drag. Hence the inclusion of overview maps and teleportation to zip your character over long distances quickly. Nukazooka envisions same tech applied to the real world. We’d just use it to skip traffic jams.
“Equipped with a sonic screwdriver and a psychic paper – two devices with the power to speed up the plot.” Screen Junkies takes on the long-running BBC sci-fi series with two Honest Trailers. The first one pokes fun at the modern day version, while the second roasts the classic.
If there’s one thing we learned from the NBC hit comedy The Office, it’s that Michael Scott is a BIG baby. The Office US YouTube channel put together this 10-minute compilation of some of the World’s Best Boss’ worst outbursts, huffs, whines, and hissy fits.
The world’s most stoic pianist Lord Vinheteiro tickles the ivories in an attempt to get his equally expression-free friend Laura Kassab to crack a smile. He plays tunes in a wide variety of moods to try and break through, but with little luck. In the end, he made us smile too.