Everybody loves The Princess Bride, although as the Honest Trailer notes, most probably never saw it in the movie theater. The film, which was directed by Rob Reiner, has become a classic of repeated viewings on VHS, DVD, cable, and through the Internet. I cannot even count how many times I have seen it.
So, sit back and enjoy a little fun being poked at The Princess Bride.
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Billy Eichner of the truTV show Billy on the Street recently hosted his first-ever Thanksgiving Day parade. And what would be a Thanksgiving day parade without giant balloons, floats, and Katie Couric?
The segment does a nice job of parodying the cultural icons often selected for such parades. And every parade needs a giant Sean Penn balloon. Check out the funny video.
Happy Thanksgiving! What is your favorite part of Billy’s parade? Leave your two cents in the comments.
Cinemash recently re-imagined the upcoming Batman versus Superman movie as being made with an old-school Superman (Christopher Reeve) and Batman (Adam West). While like everyone else I am eagerly anticipating Batman vs. Superman: Dawn of Justice (2016) with Henry Cavill and Ben Affleck, it would be pretty cool to see the full movie version of this trailer too.
It is also interesting to contemplate how dark our superhero movies have become in the recent decade and why. Seeing this trailer really highlights the differences from an earlier time. Check out the trailer for Batman v Superman (Retro Version).
If you like spoilers, for a recently revealed synopsis of the real Batman vs. Superman: Dawn of Justice, head over to Collider.
Voice artist Brian Hull has put together a video of him doing quick impressions of one hundred cartoon and film characters all in one take. And he does it in less than four minutes.
Hull put together the video to celebrate reaching 100,000 subscribers on YouTube. The impressions include characters from Disney, Lord of the Rings, SpongeBob SquarePants, The Jetsons, and Dirty Harry. Check it out.
AOL has a new web series hosted by Kevin Nealon where famous comedians teach kids how to do comedy. In episode one of Laugh Lessons, Adam Sandler discusses making funny noises with a group of kids. Not surprisingly, at one point, the conversation turns to the best ways to make fart noises. Check it out.