“It’s the stuff that’s organic, and the stuff that’s not. It’s the cars that won’t fit in the parking lot.” If you’ve ever shopped at a Trader Joe’s, you will immediately relate to every single word in carlsfinefilms‘ little ditty that dates all the way back to 2009.
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“Lorraine is a combination of Dr. Strange and Jean Grey, while Ed is… also there.” The Conjuring movies are legit scary, but there’s a lot to laugh about them as well. Screen Junkies points out the franchise’s love for children’s toys, expository dialogue and more.
Screen Junkies finally takes on the mega movie of the year, and they only needed one part to do it. Watch and look back on Avengers: Infinity War, a movie about Thanos the color-changing rock collector, who’s also on a quest to erase blockbuster movie franchises.
Yeah, after watching the latest trailer for Venom, we have no idea how he sees without pupils and irises either. The guys at Evil Ice Cream Pictures did their best “there, I fixed it” job on the Marvel anti-hero by giving him the gift of sight. Well, it’s better than googly eyes.
“It’s every dad’s paradise, where a father of three children can finally get some peace and quiet…” John Krasinski’s intense horror was a great movie – if nothing else for it’s ability to make audiences be completely silent. Screen Junkies couldn’t resist roasting it anyhow.
“I wanna alleviate it to the next level.” Naptime Comedy pokes fun at the stylish and serious Netflix series Chef’s Table, replacing the show’s talented cooks with a pothead, and its gourmet dishes with the kinds of junk foods that are best enjoyed shortly after 420.
(PG-13: Language) Diamonds are supposed to be a girl’s best friend, but we also know that they have no real value. Extremely Decent parodies Domino’s Pizza Tracker app to reveal exactly what sort of horrible stuff is going on when you order a diamond for your girlfriend.
“…Trix are for cereal. And this is the truth.” A jilted lover chastises his girl. But not before doing some regrettable things. Saturday Night Live and Donald Glover do a perfect parody of Oran “Juice” Jones’ classic The Rain, which was really asking to be made fun of.
“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.
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