With terminology like Bene Gesserit, Gom Jabbar, and Kwisatz Haderach, the dialogue in Dune already sounds a bit like gibberish. But that didn’t stop Bad Lip Reading from putting their comedic spin on Denis Villeneuve’s Dune. Be sure to check out the full music video for Heaven Drips.
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After tickling our ears with songs like “Bushes of Love“, “It’s Not a Moon“, and “Seagulls (Stop It Now)“, Bad Lip Reading has bestowed another silly Star Wars song upon us, featuring Jedi master Yoda schooling Luke Skywalker with his special Force-powered stick as they sit by a roaring campfire.
Bad Lip Reading couldn’t fit enough weirdness into its previous Stranger Things video, so they made a sequel. This one plays out like a bad 1980s after school special, complete with questionable moral decisions, fighting parents, bullying, emotional manipulation, and conflict for days. Also, has anybody seen Marm?
“So when I have The Facebook, do I also have the Internet?” Bad Lip Reading pokes fun at the congressional hearings of Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, replacing the often uncomfortable and uninformed interrogation with an similarly awkward series of questions and answers.
Netflix teamed up with the guys at Bad Lip Reading to kick off the third season of their drama Narcos, as the DEA cooks up a scheme to replace Pablo Escobar with his slightly less intimidating doppelganger. Basically, it’s the piss boy bit from History of the World Pt. 1.
Bad Lip Reading not only made us laugh our asses off with their take on Episode VII, they managed to get Mark Hamill himself to play the voice of Han Solo. Admiral Ackbar made us spit out our coffee, and “I like monkeeeee… You’re the monkey” is the new “I love you. I know.”
“My friends all congratulated me on my cool hallway stance while I waited outside the classroom.” See how Chorky met Lumpkinella in this retelling of High School Musical‘s first episode, courtesy of Bad Lip Reading and Disney XD. Yep, Disney signed off on this.
Bad Lip Reading jumps on the Star Wars bandwagon with not one, but three videos, one each for A New Hope, The Empire Strikes Back, and Return of the Jedi, turned into nonsense with the help of Bill Hader, Jack Black and Maya Rudolph. At least Han still shot first.