Freddie Wong

The Greatest One Shot Fight Scene

The Greatest One Shot Fight Scene

In RocketJump’s short film, Freddie Wong contacts his best super agent to retrieve his movie tickets, leading to an absolutely and undeniably “one shot” fight scene that parodies action movie moves. It’s technically true though.

TactiCOOL Reloads

TactiCOOL Reloads

Freddie Wong goes up against the guys from Corridor in this action short about a pair of FBI agents who do their darnedest to impress a woman with their handgun handling skills. It’s shallow and silly, but entertaining nonetheless.

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Five Nights at Freddie’s

Five Nights at Freddie’s

RocketJump’s Freddie Wong spends five nights at home while reading increasingly specific news updates about a serial killer. Aside from giving us blue (eye)balls, we think Freddie just made this video to show off his gadgets and toys. How many PCs must a man have?!

Hero of the Storm

Hero of the Storm

RocketJump’s latest clip drops Freddie “Buff AF” Wong smackdab in the middle of Heroes of the Storm’s Heroes Brawl, as the mild-mannered VFX artist must take on a group of deadly fighters. We’d like to see Freddie take on some Punishers.

Pool Fart!

Pool Fart!

A teenager outdoes his friends’ swimming pool stunts by letting one rip in the water. The buildup of RocketJump’s short film could’ve been way shorter, but the payoff is worth it. You could even say its special.

Walk and Talk

Walk and Talk

(PG-13 Language) RocketJump takes on the TV and movie trope in which people skip the conference room and one spews out a detailed situation report while in motion. The end result is like Too Many Cooks, but on foot.

London Brawling

London Brawling

RocketJump’s Freddie Wong returns to his action and weapon- umbrella-filled roots with this short action romp, inspired by the Matthew Vaughn’s new spy flick Kingsman. Sure, it’s a shameless plug for the film, but it’s still a blast.

Tie Fighters

Tie Fighters

Nope, this isn’t another Star Wars video clip. Freddie Wong runs into Jimmy Kimmel in the men’s room, and get into an argument about who knows how to tie a tie better. Things escalate quickly from there.

The Whirlwind Technique

The Whirlwind Technique

An oldie but a goodie from Freddie Wong, in which he shows off his impressive rapid-fire baseball batting technique. Given who it is in the video, we’re gonna guess it was VFX, not talent or luck, that helped him hit all those balls.

Close Call

Close Call

Freddie Wong walks around like a total self-absorbed Glasshole, doing what many of us already do when using our smartphones and walking. We’re not worried. We’re going to wait for the direct optical implant version anyhow.

Knife Guyz

Knife Guyz

Freddie Wong and the guys from RocketJump are usually seen playing with guns and rocket launchers, but in this clip, they demonstrate their knife skills – with the help of a heaping helping of CGI, of course.

Gorilla Wayfare

Gorilla Wayfare

Freddie Wong got together with Hey Ash, Whatcha Playin’? to replicate technology found in the Donkey Kong Country franchise. Perhaps it’s the thick coat of gorilla fur that protects them from the explosive barrels in the game.

The Wong Way

The Wong Way

The guys from Sneaky Zebra find themselves under siege from a team of hostile enemies. Fortunately, Freddie Wong is on the task – back in top gun-totin’ form, ready to blow away every baddie in his path.

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Every Fighting Game, Ever.

Every Fighting Game, Ever.

…also known as “Tekken with Friends.” Rocket Jump visualizes some of the dick moves that we pull off when playing fighting video games. Here’s a tip from Uncle Sensei: download Divekick. Problem solved.

Mobile Squad

Mobile Squad

Freddie Wong and his “elite fighting force” must save the President. Only one problem – they seem to have forgotten how to properly aim their weapons. We won’t spoil the punchline, but it’s classic FreddieW – humor and gunplay.

Mexican Standoff

Mexican Standoff

(NSFW: Language) Two cops catch up to their target but quickly find themselves at an impasse. Freddie Wong and crew combine their visual effects comedy with Key & Peele’s punchline-stretching humor.

Skyhook

Skyhook

Freddie Wong tends to make a mess of his dates. He wants a sure fire way of getting out in case he screws up again. He turns to Lucius Fox for help. He should have taken dating tips from Bruce Wayne instead.

Metal Gear Sunrising

Metal Gear Sunrising

What do you get when you combine Raiden, his Fruit Ninja-like morning routines and a common household appliance? Freddie Wong shows his true devotion to Metal Gear in this amusing vid.

Hitman

Hitman

(NSFW) Agent 47 is asked to take down an adult film director in this kick-ass short film by Freddie Wong. Stupid bodyguards aside, we almost can’t believe how good Freddie has become.

R/C Car Chase

R/C Car Chase

Freddie Wong and friends bust out the remote-controlled cars, and replicate the best of big-budget car chases in this thrilling car chase loaded with drifts and Blues Brothers-worthy cop take-downs.

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Old School vs. New School

Old School vs. New School

Freddie Wong orchestrates the ultimate battle between today’s most popular video game characters and a massive invasion of primitive 8-bit pixelated foes as they invade the city.

Freddiew and the Last Crusade

Freddiew and the Last Crusade

Freddie Wong and Brandon Laatsch do their best impressions of Harrison Ford and Sean Connery, recreating the best scene from the worst Indiana Jones movie, thanks to director Devin Supertramp.

1st Person World War II

1st Person World War II

If you liked Freddie Wong’s Battlefield 4 videos, check out his latest video. It’s a seemingly straightforward sequence, but the magic lies in the seamless transition between perspectives.

Camera Warfare

Camera Warfare

While it’s a bit derivative of F-Stop Ridge, we’re still entertained by Devin Supertramp and Freddie Wong’s explosive collaboration, filled with cameras in place of weapons. Of course, they’re Canons.

Snowball Fight

Snowball Fight

It might be warm out today, but Devin Supertramp and Freddie Wong still got together for a snowball fight of epic proportions to keep us feeling nice and cool. Video courtesy of Vooray. (Thanks Adam!)

Skyrim Badass

Skyrim Badass

Freddie Wong’s latest video doesn’t have a story, not even a semblance of a plot. Just a warrior rampaging through Skyrim, as skilled as he is insane, with enough power to stop a meme.

Don’t F With My Cream

Don’t F With My Cream

It’s been a while since Freddie Wong busted out his weapons. Apparently, it’s just that you have to mess with something near and dear to his heart to make him bring out the big guns.

Pimp My Horse

Pimp My Horse

Freddie Wong aka F Wong aka F to the W aka Weezy F is back to use his team’s visual effects chops to freshen up a busted up horse, west coast style. The reveal and reaction scenes are spot on.

An Inconvenient Truth

An Inconvenient Truth

Freddie Wong travels back in time to warn his younger self about the dark ages ahead. He’s not worried about the environment. He’s talking about a dream gone wrong. And something about apples.

Magic Bucket Prank

Magic Bucket Prank

Some of you might be familiar with the bucket prank, in which an unsuspecting victim is forced to hold a bucket of water to the ceiling and ends up soaked. This is not that version.

Alarmageddon

Alarmageddon

Judging from the antics in his latest video, it looks like Freddie Wong has a simple action movie hero morning wake-up routine he enjoys every morning. And it’s probably best if you don’t get in the way.

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